Stratasys (Nasdaq: SSYS), headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota and Rehovot, Israel, has been a leader in the 3D printing industry for over thirty years. The company’s patented FDM® and PolyJet™ 3D printing technologies have a diverse range of applications, including rapid prototyping, production parts, tooling, and concept design. Stratasys offers additive manufacturing solutions in 13 countries, for industries including aerospace, automotive, healthcare, consumer goods, and education. The company operates Stratasys Direct, a digital parts manufacturing service, and Stratasys subsidiaries include MakerBot, Origin, RPS, and GrabCAD. With over 2,000 employees, over 1,200 patents globally, and more than 30 awards for technology and leadership, Stratasys is changing millions of lives with the power of innovation.
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Stratasys started its sustainability journey a little over a year ago, setting its Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) strategy and pillars under the concept of Mindful Manufacturing™, defining our UN Sustainable Development Goals, and ensuring the full engagement of our global teams and top management. Our initial efforts have taken form and the passion that powers our impact, day-to-day, fills me with pride. As the leading polymer 3D printing solutions provider, we have what it takes to make a real impact on the world’s most pressing challenges: from much-needed climate action to social impact. Our scope and scale of activity is broad. We are rallying our partners and customers around our purpose: to empower people to create unlimited for an economical, personalized and sustainable future. We are committed to partnerships that take real-life use cases from industries such as aerospace, automotive, healthcare, and consumer products, and redesign them more sustainably. There is more to do to demonstrate where additive manufacturing can have the most benefits, reducing carbon footprints and unnecessary waste. In particular, our industry needs more data. We’ve seen the benefits from our customers. Train operators are 3D printing spare parts instead of holding inventories that can become obsolete, reducing waste. Militaries are printing parts at the point of need, reducing the risks and carbon footprints of lengthy supply chains. Consumer goods manufacturers are printing final parts instead of creating molds and tools, reducing costs and waste.