SAF-Holland opens Mexican distribution center

Aug. 21, 2013

As part of an expansion of its global aftermarket distribution and service network, SAF-Holland has opened a new parts distribution center in Queretaro, Mexico.

The ribbon-cutting ceremony, held on July 10, included SAF-Holland executives Detlef Borghardt, CEO; Alexander Geis, president, Aftermarket Business Unit; and Ken Hurst, executive vice president, Powered Vehicle Business Unit.

The facility, which is more than 12,000 sq. ft., will serve the Mexican market. Rodolfo Sanchez, director of sales and marketing, heads up the new Parts Distribution Center in Queretaro.

“Our customers appreciate our strong global network of service stations and product distribution centers. We thereby ensure the global supply of spare parts for them at all times”, said Geis.

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