Source: SEINSA Corporation announcement
MADRID — SEINSA Corporation, the leading group in Europe in the manufacture of brake system products, will be participating in a much scaled-down Automechanika Sept. 14-16, one of the largest international trade shows covering the aftermarket.
“We released a new catalog, we have great news and we want to shake hands with the representatives of a booming sector, which is a lever for employment and growth of the economy,” said José Antonio Espinosa, CEO of SEINSA Corporation.
The Navarrese group, made up of three production plants in Spain and India, closed the first half of 2021 with an increase in sales of 45 percent and is currently experiencing a 60 percent increase in orders compared to the usual average.
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The company affirms that the Messe fairgrounds are the optimal showcase to share with the sector its integral model of innovation based on the development of people.
The Automechanika fair is the platform to publicize its new catalog, made up of 16,000 references and 650,000 applications for 85 European, Asian and American vehicle brands.
The Navarrese jewel of spare parts will also present its four new websites, including that of Grupo www.seinsacorporation.com, and the Apps Autofren SEINSA and ERT that puts 8,000 repair kits each in the pocket of professionals.
This year, the Automechanika has 94 percent fewer exhibitors: in 2018, the last date on which it was held, 4,800 companies attended. As a novelty, the Fair will be held in hybrid format, a new concept that combines a compressed physical exhibition and the possibility of presenting and interacting also digitally:
“At SEINSA Corporation we are clear that the best way to respond after the pandemic is to be at the Automechanika Frankfurt. We have a business commitment and this event is the prelude to the company’s 50th anniversary for 2022,” said Espinosa.
SEINSA Corporation has an expansion plan to grow by 40 percent during the next three years, multiplying its annual sales volume, which reached €30 million in 2020, despite and against the forecasts of the automotive sector in general. Some 98 percent of the Navarrese company’s sales correspond to exports for 85 brands from 85 countries.