ranjit | Feb 19, 2018 | 0
inmess increases global network
inmess, which is on a strong growing path since it was taken over by MKON in 2012, has announced two new partnerships. In Mexico, Puebla-based company Arce tools, a well-known supplier of fixtures and gages, joins the inmess family. MPT Inc, a consultancy company in Kuala-Lumpur, Malaysia, with strong links to the tyre industry, serves as the new partner for the Asean countries.
Andreas Herzog, owner of MKON and Managing Partner of inmess, set inmess on a path to global growth immediately after taking it over. “Global presence, strong partners and local support to our customers is key for global growth,” states Jan-Marc Köp, Sales Director (pictured). “We have put a strong emphasis on finding the right partners for us and are very happy to be able to announce that MPT Inc. and Arce tools will support us in our efforts to be available for our customers globally.”
Arce tool will not only handle the sales activities in Mexico, they also will be able to support inmess in service and maintenance activities for the growing number of inmess machines in Mexico. “We were able to sell a good number of machines in Mexico recently” says Jan-Marc, “and we want to offer our customers in Mexico the same speedy support they are used to from other locations. Arce tool, a well-known supplier to the automotive industry is the right partner for us.”
MPT Inc. combines the multi-year-experience in the Asian market and the tyre industry of the four founders with a broad understanding of the needs of the customers in Asia. “When we were asked by inmess to be their spearhead in the Asean countries we gladly accepted,” states Dato Ishak ”the inmess philosophy and our own approach to the market are very alike so we are convinced that we can offer added value to our customers”. To also be able to offer regioanl service and maintenance support, the two parties added an renown Malaysian Engineering company on boar d as well.
With the 2 new members of the inmess family, inmess now covers Argentina, the Asean countries, China, India, Iran, Mexico, Sri Lanka and the USA through local partners. Europe will be handled directly form the headquarters in Bremen, Germany.