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SoftInWay Expands Turbomachinery and Propulsion Operations in UK
Posted Wed December 01, 2021 @04:25PM
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News SoftInWay, an industry leader in turbomachinery and propulsion R&D, is proud to announce the opening of its new office in Bristol, UK. This is the company’s second European office and will provide its UK-based customers with localized support in the turbomachinery sector.

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For more than 2 decades, SoftInWay has been helping companies develop more efficient and reliable turbomachinery and propulsion systems for applications in power generation, aerospace, space exploration, automotive, and many more. With a new year on the horizon, engineering R&D kicking into high gear, and new-age technology at the top of everyone’s minds, having a team of dependable, well-versed industry experts is going to be a key factor in the success of these local companies.

“While we’ve been supporting local OEMs, start-ups, and research institutes since SoftInWay’s inception, it’s no secret that the UK technology sector has seen substantial growth over the past 10 years,” remarked Vasileios Pastrikakis, Managing Director of SoftInWay UK.

“Bristol is quickly becoming a technological hub, especially for the aerospace and defense industries. Combine that with our expanding UK-client base, and the decision to broaden our presence into the Bristol area seemed like the next logical step. The area is rich with diverse talent, large manufacturing companies, and emerging start-ups doing some very exciting projects. This new office will really give us the opportunity to grow our customer base both in new and existing markets and better support our current clients.”

The new office is located at 27-29 Baldwin St., Bristol BS1 1LT, United Kingdom and is headed by Dr. Vasileios Pastrikakis. The SoftInWay team is excited about this new development and looks forward to supporting innovation in the UK as well as other parts of Europe.

About SoftInWay, Inc.
SoftInWay, Inc. is a global R&D engineering company specializing in the development of efficient turbomachinery components and systems by offering its integrated and automated software platform, AxSTREAM® for all steps of the turbomachinery design, redesign, analysis, and optimization process (including complete 3D design, thermodynamic cycles, rotor dynamics, and secondary flow and cooling system simulation). SoftInWay also offers a number of engineering services and educational courses, available both online and in a classroom-style setting.

SoftInWay is ISO 9001:2015 and AS9100:2016 certified and committed to providing our customers with products and services that meet international quality standards.

SoftInWay supports more than 450 companies worldwide and works closely with universities, research laboratories, and government organizations. You can find more information at

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