Secodi Power Systems officially opens its Spanish headquarters

Secodi Power Systems officially opens its Spanish headquarters

Secodi Power Systems, the appointed distributor for Perkins engines in Spain, has officially opened its Spanish headquarters. The inauguration event was attended by representatives from Perkins and many Spanish original equipment manufacturers and local dignitaries.

The Perkins distributor in Spain since March 2016, Secodi Power Systems has been serving customers with Perkins’ complete engine range and aftermarket service and support.

Led by Damien Fetis, Secodi Chief Executive Officer, the inauguration was the perfect opportunity to reflect on Perkins’ history in the Spanish market and focus on its future engine and aftermarket service offering.

“We are very enthusiastic to offer our customers a high level of service and personalised products that would fulfil their expectations,” stated Damien.

The event also featured the Spanish launch of the Perkins® Syncro 3.6 and 2.8 litre range of engines, designed to meet the forthcoming EU Stage V emission standards.  

“Today, we are introducing our Perkins Syncro engine range as a symbol of our commitment to offer the best technology to our customers in Spain,” said Trevor Toulson, Perkins Regional Sales Director, EAME and CIS. “It can be adapted to all your business needs and integrated into any kind of off-highway equipment.”

Secodi Spanish headquarters opening
Trevor Toulson, Perkins Regional Sales Director, EAME and CIS (left) and Michael Wright, Perkins General Manager – Aftermarket (right), present Erwann Le Floc’h, General Manager of Secodi Power Systems Spain, with a plaque to commemorate the inauguration event.

Located in Alcalá de Henares, in the Madrid region of Spain, Secodi’s impressive facility includes a spacious workshop featuring the latest equipment to service an extensive range of Perkins powered equipment.

Francisco Javier Abajo Dávila, Industry General Director of the Comunidad de Madrid (Madrid region) added: “Having industrial companies like Secodi in the Comunidad de Madrid is something that is always welcome, as they bring innovation through knowledge and investment in new technologies as well as expert skills.”