Seinsa to Exhibit at Automechanika

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Source: Seinsa Group announcement

MADRID, — Seinsa Corporation, a leader in the aftermarket braking, suspension and transmission systems in the automotive sector in Europe since 2006, will be at the Automechanika in Frankfurt from September 13 to 17.

The Group will occupy a privileged place in the fair, the most important held in the aftermarket sector and this year resumes its in-person format.

“This edition of the Automechanika Frankfurt is an opportunity to reconnect with our customers and be able to continue with the policy of global expansion that we have been developing in recent years,” said José Antonio Espinosa, CEO of Seinsa.

The German trade fair, the most representative worldwide in the automotive components sector, is an important meeting point for manufacturers, distributors and professionals from all over the world.

This year it will have leading companies from 60 countries, which represents 80 percent of exhibitors from abroad

“For Seinsa, it is a good business opportunity since we export to 85 countries, have three production plants in Spain, a production plant in Chennai (India), a logistics warehouse in Poland and we plan to open two new warehouses in the U.S. and Mexico,” said Espinosa.

The Navarrese company will take advantage of its presence at the fair to exhibit the new products in its catalog, among which the Super Kit of calipers and the electric parking brake stand out.

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“The Super Brake Caliper Repair Kit is the most complete alternative on the market and this is a competitive advantage over our competitors,” he said.

The Seinsa Corporation stand at the Automechanika in Frankfurt will be located in Hall 3.1 and the stand number is the F91.

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