DentalTechTips Exclusive Press Release:
Core3DCentres, LLC is excited to announce that they have recently acquired Ivoclar Vivadent’s Troy, Michigan milling center and all of its associated business assets. The transition is to be finalized and new ownership to commence on February 1st, 2018. In the interim, Ivoclar Vivadent’s customer service team will continue to provide service and support to customers through January 31st, 2018.
Products offered through the Troy facility and web portal login credentials will remain the same with only cosmetic modifications to branding. Customers with existing mill/warranty and 3shape support services of the Troy facility should not expect any change or interruption in service. All future licensing, renewals and service will be offered through and supported by both Core3DCentres.
According to our source Mark Maier, President of Core3DCentres:
“The addition of the Troy, MI location to Core3DCentres’ Las Vegas facility will provide our existing and new customers with a diverse product offering and world-class service and support. We now can offer models , abutments and broad range of new materials to Troy’s existing portfolio.”
Core3DCentres has been an Ivoclar-authorized milling partner since 2010 and one of the premiere IPS e.max CAD milling centers worldwide. With the existing knowledge-base developed by the collaboration of 3shape and Ivoclar’s team in Troy; Core3DCentres hopes to leverage that already-established foundation of outstanding product quality, best in-class 3shape support and efficient operations.
“Our goal is to bring a broad portfolio of digital solutions aimed at meeting the ever-changing product and regulatory needs of dental laboratories.”
The acquisition of the Troy facility was in-line with Core3DCentres’ commitment to partnering-with and being a leader in materials, education, service, and quality control systems.
“Ivoclar and 3shape have developed a tremendous support, implementation and education team in Troy, MI. The opportunity to leverage one of the best 3shape support teams and one of the best materials companies was opportunity that Core3DCentres did not want to miss out on.”
For the time being, there is no need for existing customers to make any changes. Core3DCentres will reach out to customers with additional communications over the coming weeks.
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