Temsa invests in France

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Temsa has set up an overseas company in France to serve what it says is its largest export market, with over 5,000 buses already on the road in the country.

Temsa CEO Aslan Uzun said: “In the 20th year of our presence in the French market, we are taking a step further with our new venture. Thus, we set up our third overseas company in France, following similar footsteps in the US and Germany. Based on this decision and shaped by our strategy to aim for even higher goals in the European market, we set up an organisation throughout France to handle sales, aftersales services, spare parts, and used vehicles business. With this structure, we will be able to offer faster service to our customers and introduce new products more effectively. Moreover, this organisation will provide us crucial advantages in our targets for other European countries as well, and growing our market share.”

Aslan Uzun highlighted Temsa’s expansion overseas, and that its investments will not only be limited to the French market. He continued: “Due to our extensive product range and particularly the steps we have taken for fully electric buses, we are confident that Temsa will take a substantially stronger position in Europe and North America.”