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Goldhofer boosts representation in Spain and Portugal

Goldhofer has appointed Mycsa Mulder y Co as its exclusive sales and service partner for Spain and Portugal.


Mycsa Mulder's marketing manager, Victor Uriel, said: "Goldhofer is already a well known player in the Spanish and Portuguese transport industry. 

"The overall economic situation - and also our customers' revenues - have shown positive developments in the last few financial years. We are expecting sales to increase in 2018 compared with previous years, as Spain and Portugal now appears to have emerged from the recent crisis."

Technical sales representatives, Jenaro Vilanova and Alejandro Martin of Mycsa Mulder, will coordinate sales and service activities with Goldhofer's area sales manager Raimund Löchle. 

With the agreement, signed at the beginning of this year, Goldhofer will utilise Mycsa Mulder's network of 18 service and sales locations. 

Last month, Goldhofer also expanded its representation in the USA with a distribution agreement with Trail King. As HLPFI reported here, the two companies will promote each other's range of trailers around the world. 

Trail King will act as the sole distributor of Goldhofer's products in the USA, while Goldhofer will be distributing Trail King products to the rest of the world.

 

www.goldhofer.com

www.mycsamulder.es

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