Lumileds Opens New Distribution Center in Tepotzotlán, Mexico

Lumileds Opens New Distribution Center in Tepotzotlán, Mexico

The new facility is designed to better accommodate Lumileds’ rapidly growing customer base in Mexico and meet the demand for Philips Automotive Lighting products, the company said.

Lumileds announced the opening of a new warehouse and distribution center in Tepotzotlán, Mexico State, Mexico.

The new facility is designed to better accommodate Lumileds’ rapidly growing customer base in Mexico and meet the demand for Philips Automotive Lighting products, the company said.

Dave Illes, Lumileds director of sales & marketing, North America aftermarket, announced the opening of the new distribution facility and noted that it would allow Lumileds to service customers in Mexico in a timelier fashion.

“In addition to providing some of the world’s best automotive lighting products, the key to our success in Mexico is efficient and timely customer service, and this new warehouse in Tepotzotlán is exactly what we need to get the job done,” Illes said. “We can now offer our customers a choice of more SKUs, a wider range of product application coverage and faster delivery.”

The new Tepotzotlán warehouse is located at Calle Libramiento Norte De Tepotzotlán S/N Edificio 1, Colonia Barrio Tlacateco Tepotzotlán, Edo. De Mexico. C.P 54605. The facility currently inventories a strong portfolio of popular SKUs focused on the Mexican market, according to Lumileds.

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