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Motovicity Spins Off Importing Division and Creates New Company

Motovicity Distribution, a leader in the automotive performance aftermarket, has spun off a new company dedicated exclusively to importing and representing performance aftermarket brands in North America.

Motovicity Distribution, a leader in the automotive performance aftermarket, has spun off a new company dedicated exclusively to importing and representing performance aftermarket brands in North America. After successfully handling the importing and management of brands for over a decade, Motovicity has decided to separate these responsibilities into an independent business.

The new company, named Mport Group, is responsible for North American operations, sales, service, and marketing for brands for which it has agreements to be the exclusive North American importer. The additional requirements of providing such resources as technical support, warranty processing, outside sales, and an expanded network of distributors has created the need for this new company.

Mport Group now oversees all importing responsibility and Motovicity has now become an Mport Group customer. “With a first-class team and infrastructure in place, Mport Group offers international manufacturers a way to provide aftermarket sales, marketing, technical and customer support, and logistics services tailored for the North American market,” said Mport Group’s General Manager, Brian Patrias. “With the established success of brands like HKS, Kelford, Quaife, and Tokico, I look forward to providing similar opportunities for other performance brands around the globe.”

Within its 10,000 square foot location, Mport Group provides final assembly, packaging, R&D testing facilities, product data, customer and technical support, strategic planning, training, warranty, marketing, video and photography, social media, and sales for brands it represents. A more detailed list of services offered by Mport Group is available by contacting the company’s General Manager, Brian Patrias, at [email protected].

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