BM Catalysts will be highlighting its commitment to meeting market demand in Europe at this year’s Automechanika Frankfurt, which takes place from 13 to 17 September.
The BM Catalysts team will be on hand to provide visitors with unique insight into the company’s latest product offerings and information on the significant investments made to continue to exceed expectations across Europe.
The aftermarket specialist will also be showcasing its latest product launch of Selective Catalyst Reduction (SCR) references to the international stage, as the company maintains its position as Europe’s leading supplier of aftermarket emissions control devices.
The company recognises that the demand for SCR systems within the automotive industry is set to rise, as many Euro 6 diesel vehicles feature this technology and will now be entering the aftermarket.
Visitors will also have the opportunity to learn more about trading with BM Catalysts’ dedicated European business, BMC EU, which has been formed in order to facilitate the smoothest possible trading with the continent.
BM Catalysts already has an established presence in Europe and has been trading and developing strong relationships with a number of key distributors in the region for many years and now exports to over 35 countries worldwide.
As another example of its re-investment plans, BM Catalysts recently opened its third manufacturing site to further increase its manufacturing capacity. This allows the company to maintain industry-leading availability to meet customer demand, with up to 65,000 parts kept in stock at all times.
And as this demand is expected to increase in the future, the additional manufacturing capabilities will enable BM Catalysts to expand its footprint to cope with market dynamics.
BM Catalysts is also working with European distributors to ensure the automotive aftermarket supply chain is better informed over type approval legislation and the important role they can play in its enforcement, for the benefit of the entire sector.
Mark Blinston, commercial director at BM Catalysts said: “We’re really looking forward to exhibiting at Automechanika Frankfurt once again and meeting with lots of new and familiar faces at this prestigious event.
“Despite the challenges we’ve all experienced over the past couple of years, we have continued to make key investments to ensure we can offer the same high level of service that customers have come to expect. This will be a fantastic opportunity for visitors to come and find out more about this and how BM Catalysts can work with them to help drive their business forward.”
BM Catalysts’ current range of catalysts, diesel particulate filters and front pipes boasts coverage of 95 percent of the European car parc, with up to 300 new-to-range parts developed each year.
Visitors will be able to meet the BM Catalysts team in Hall 3 on Stand E30, whereby the whole international sales and marketing team will be present for the duration of the event.Back