July 22, 2009
Largo, FL (RPRN)7/22/2009 - International designer and manufacturer Accenta Inc., a leader in the display industry, announced the opening of a new international office in Mexico City this week. The expansion was fueled by increasing demand for P.O.P and custom display products in Mexico, Central and South America. Accenta now has offices in New York, Toronto, Tampa and Mexico, with plans to open their fifth office this fall in Chicago.
Daniel Lopez Garibay, Director of Mexico Operations, has been appointed to run the operation, which includes production, sales and warehouse facilities. Garibay brings an in-depth knowledge of the display industry from serving in lead sales and purchasing roles at Wal-Mart, in Mexico, for seven years.
“Demand has increased significantly since we began serving Mexico ten years ago,” said Ulf Ernetoft, Founder & President of Accenta, Inc. “With this new location, Accenta can provide faster delivery and better service to Mexico and Latin America, plus offer cross-border services to our U.S. and Canadian megabrand customers as well. It’s a win-win for everyone involved.”
Accenta’s new office is located at Sierra Mojada No. 626-piso 3, Colonial Lomas de Barrilaco, Del. Miguel Hidalgo 11010 Mexico D.F. Phone: (52) 55 5520 7689, Fax: (044) 55 4342 5701
Since 1987, Accenta Inc. has been satisfying the display requirements of discerning organizations. A subsidiary of Accenta Display Corp. in Ontario, Canada, Accenta designs, manufactures, and distributes a broad range of portable and customized displays throughout the Americas. For more information, contact Accenta Inc. by calling 888-675-4500, e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or visiting www.Accenta.com.
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