DEM solutions extends distribution network

DEM Solutions, a provider of discrete element modeling (DEM) software and services, has expanded its global distribution network with new additions in South America and across Europe and Russia. The new distributors include Grupo SSC in Mexico, Process Flow covering Finland and Russia, Medeso covering Scandinavia and HEC in the Benelux region. The appointment of these new distributors will allow DEM Solutions to expand the reach of DEM technology and consulting across the globe.
EDEM is an advanced DEM simulation and analysis tool that predicts the flow of particulates in complex manufacturing processes. EDEM produces valuable information enabling engineers to investigate the effect of product characteristics and operating conditions without the need to build costly prototypes. 
'With these new distribution agreements, DEM Solutions will be able to continue to provide and extend the global reach of our particle simulation solution, EDEM, to the growing market worldwide,' said Ian Williamson, vice president of global sales at DEM Solutions. 'These distributors have been selected based upon their broad product and customer portfolio and represent a significant addition to our global distribution network, delivering the highest level of local technical support and training.'

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