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Altair expands Mediterranean presence

Altair is opening of two new offices: Altair Hellenic in Thessaloniki, Greece, and Altair Israel in Tel Aviv, Israel. The offices, which will serve customers including Hellenic Aerospace, EADE, Rafael, and Plasan, target manufacturers that can benefit from Altair’s HyperWorks suite of computer-aided engineering tools, in-house product design services, and cutting-edge business analytics technology.

These new offices will provide customers in Greece, Germany, Israel, Italy, and Turkey with multi-disciplinary computer-aided engineering (CAE) support for extrusion, stamping, forging, resin transfer molding (RTM), and crash simulations. In addition, Altair Hellenic will spearhead consulting and customer-support services throughout southeastern Europe. Altair Hellenic is led by Lazaros Tsioraklidis, formerly CTO of InterFEA Engineering. Altair Israel is led by Sergi Chanukaev.

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