Frankfurt Event a Success for SEINSA

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Source: SEINSA announcement

FRANKFURT — The Navarrese Group SEINSA Corporation, a leader in the manufacture of brake products, produced a triumphant showing at the queen fair of aftermarket, the Automechanika Frankfurt, with an influx of more than 10,000 participants.

“We attended with fewer expectations due to the pandemic situation and the spirits of the sector, but we have been very surprised because many professionals have attended exclusively to meet us,”  reported José Antonio Espinosa, Managing Director of SEINSA Corporation.

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The hybrid format of the program has facilitated the virtual meeting with customers fromMexico, Turkey or Romania. The  experience of the Spanish group in this event in Germany  predicts the strength and resiliency of the European market in the coming months.

“Europe is gaining strength as a supplier of spare parts in the automotive sector,” added 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 a year ago, despite and against the forecasts of the automotive sector in general. 98 percent of the navarrese company’s sales correspond to exports to 85 brands from 85 countries.

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The company has established itself as a pioneer in Spain in the development of the European model of business excellence and makes available to the entire automotive sector, and other sectors that make up the Spanish business fabric, its anti-crisis management methodology.

In 2002, it won the EFQM European award for quality management and in 2005 it opened a factory in Chennai (India), which has allowed it to enter other markets, mainly in the U.S

Mike Geylin
Mike Geylin

Mike Geylin is the Editor-in-Chief at Hagman Media. Geylin has been in automotive communications for five decades working in all aspects of the industry from OEM to supplier to motorsports as well as reporting for both newspapers and magazines on the industry.