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TGI is exclusive Pro Comp supplier in Columbia

Posted on August 21, 2014

Tire Group International LLC (TGI) and Pro Comp USA announced that they have entered into a distribution agreement that will allow TGI to exclusively distribute Pro Comp branded tires and wheels in Colombia. TGI will offer both direct factory shipments as well as fill-in from its distribution center in Miami.

International Sales Manager Eileen Duran commented, "We are truly excited about this venture with Tire Group International. TGI is the type of company we look to partner with. It has a solid reputation for building brands in Latin America thru a dedicated dealer network and excellent customer service. We have no doubt that our Pro Comp brand will be well represented in Colombia."

“We are very excited to be able to expand our brand portfolio, adding one of the best quality light truck tire brands in the market. We feel this brand is a perfect complement to our existing product portfolio for the Colombian market and will further solidify our position as a leader in the distribution of quality tires in the country,” added Joaquin Gonzalez Jr., Tire Group International’s CMO.

For more information visit www.tiregroup.com.

Related Topics: Eileen Duran, Joaquin Gonzalez Jr., Pro Comp USA, Tire Group International, wheels

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