Biot, France – July 07th, 2021 – Transvalor, leading software developer of manufacturing process simulation, is proud to announce the agreement with its new business partner ADVANCE ENGINEERING LLC, Russian provider of engineering solutions.
This cooperation allows Transvalor to enter Russian market via a renowned partner. The partnership aims to deliver best-in-class simulation solutions considering a holistic customer-centric experience to the future clients in the region.
Based in Ekaterinburg, ADVANCE ENGINEERING LLC is a Russian-based engineering company focusing on cutting-edge technology projects spanning from design to prototype, specifically in aerospace, nuclear, and ground transportation industries. Drawing on their long experience and expertise, ADVANCE ENGINEERING delivers complete and comprehensive solutions for its customers, matching their project specific needs.
Founded in 1984, Transvalor is a leading provider of engineering solutions that has developed an extensive suite of high-performance simulation software, which includes the engineers' favorite programs FORGE®. The French company addresses with its solutions a wide range and variety of forming processes, for metallic, solid and liquid materials as well as polymers serving more than 700 clients across the world.
"We are really excited to work with Advance Engineering, as this partnership will accelerate the business growth in Russia", says Robert BRUNCK, Chairman and CEO of Transvalor. "We are confident that this collaboration will be a successful journey, because we both put the client first and at the core of our business".
Dmitry MALTSEV, CEO of Advance Engineering: “We are glad to begin our partnership with Transvalor, the leading developer of industrial process simulation software. Complementing our simulation portfolio with metal forming, casting, welding, heat treatment and many other important solutions will allow us and our customers to perform even more comprehensive engineering studies and deliver high-quality products to the market more efficiently.”