SEINSA Opening U.S. Office

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Source: SEINSA Group announcement

MADRID — The Navarrese company SEINSA has taken a giant leap by opening a headquarters in the U.S. and adding a new logistics and distribution center in the American market, Mexico and Canada.  

The Spanish company, which has two production plants in Spain and one in India, will give greater guarantee and speed of supply to the increasingly demanding market for American reconstruction parts.

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In America there is a sustainable reconstruction market much larger than in Europe, “car repair in the USA is aimed at replacing rebuilt elements, this means millions of small parts for Seinsa Corporation plants, both in Spain and India, in addition to the development of the range of products for the Aftermarket market that is key and complements our expansion there, “explained José Antonio Espinosa from the 2022 Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX) Show.

AAPEX is the most important in the automotive sector, where SEINSA is showing its strength to more than 2,500 brands in the automotive industry.

Seinsa Corporation has decided to establish an office in the metro-Cleveland area of the U.S. to guarantee the supply of its parts in record time. The Navarrese company, leader in innovation and with an award-winning people management model recognized worldwide, has incorporated Paul Schuck into its team as director of Seinsa North America. He is a renowned professional with 30 years of experience in this market, who will develop with native equipment, both the U. S. market, as well as Canada and Mexico.

The Navarrese firm, a leader since 2006 in the replacement of braking, suspension and transmission systems in the automotive sector in Europe, has the Automotive Quality certificate (IATF 16949.

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