Analysts at Mckinsey & Company believe that the overall economic impact created by Additive Manufacturing could be close to $250 billion by 2025, if adoption across industries continues at today’s rate. Most of that potential will come from the aerospace and defense, automotive, medical, and consumer-goods industries.
For this Episode of AM Infocast we caught up with Dr Markus Simon, Partner at McKinsey & Company at the AMTC Conference in Aachen to have a conversation on the long term impact Additive Manufacturing will have on manufacturing and supply chain strategies globally.
Tune in to this episode to understand how Additive manufacturing will be a long-term game changer for manufacturers.
About Dr Markus Simon
Markus is a leader of McKinsey’s Advanced Electronics Practice and a co-leader of the firm’s machinery and industrial-automation work in Africa, Europe, and the Middle East. He advises machinery and industrial-automation, semiconductor, and high-tech clients on a range of issues, including procurement, contracting, performance transformation, and aftermarket services. He is also a coconvener of McKinsey’s Industrials Leaders’ Summit and CFO roundtable, which are platforms to convene, share, and debate topics affecting the industrial space and the broader ecosystem.
During a five-year leave from McKinsey, Markus was the managing director of a garage chain and a European champion in the automotive aftermarket. After that, he served as the managing director at a global market leader in photovoltaic machinery and plant engineering.
About AM Infocast
AM Infocast is a dedicated 3D printing podcast hosted by Aditya Chandavarkar, Co-Founder – AM Chronicle and Indian 3D Printing Network. AM Infocast features conversations with the best in the field of 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing sharing their insights on latest tech developments, ongoing research and industry developments.
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