Hawk Ridge Systems has expanded their SOLIDWORKS territory to include all of Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The move is a big step in the company’s effort to provide coast-to-coast manufacturing products and services.
“We’re pleased to extend our geographic focus to new territories within the Midwest,” states Dale Ford, president and CEO of Hawk Ridge Systems. “SOLIDWORKS is a global leader of powerful design software and we are excited to provide service and support to more areas of the Midwest manufacturing powerhouse.”
Hawk Ridge Systems has gradually increased their presence in the heart of the country the last few years, starting with their 2017 acquisition of Symmetry Solutions in Minnesota that strengthened their SOLIDWORKS training and 3D printing offerings. Their recent merge with Parsons Technology, Inc., added shop floor expertise with tools like Predator and CAMWorks to Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri and Iowa.
Gabe Rapisardo, Chief Revenue Officer, commented that “Hawk Ridge Systems is thrilled to expand our SOLIDWORKS capabilities. We look forward to helping more companies in the Midwest take advantage of the suite of software solutions and building a solid reputation for the support and services we are built on.”
The company offers the widest selection in 3D design and manufacturing solutions, and access to the most experienced team of professionals in the industry.
About Hawk Ridge Systems
Hawk Ridge Systems is your leading provider of 3D design, manufacturing and 3D printing solutions in the United States and Canada. Founded in 1996 and based in the Silicon Valley, Hawk Ridge Systems has 21 offices and 240 employees providing coast-to-coast coverage with SOLIDWORKS, CAMWorks, Markforged, HP 3D printers and Artec 3D scanners in North America. Learn more about 3D design, manufacturing and 3D printing solutions at www.hawkridgesys.com.