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Comtec Driving Tru Tension’s International Sales

Comtec Driving Tru Tension's International Sales

Bristol-based manufacturing company Tru Tension is benefiting immensely from an increased export drive, thanks to a helping hand from UK translation agency Comtec Translations. Tru Tension was established in 2015 with a service offering spanning across the UK, America and Australia, and now due to this aggressive international export drive the company’s global reach has significantly expanded.

The company, which manufactures tools and care products for the motorcycle industry, has now increased its international reach by moving its distribution to France and Germany. Products such as the Wheel Monkey, PrimeShine Cleaning Products, BananaSlip Lubricants and the most recent addition Belt Monkey have been causing waves in the industry, and they are now being targeted at a wider audience with an increased overseas customer base.

Chris Frappell, the founder and director of Tru Tension, has commented, For us, working with a quality translation partner was vital if we were to fully maximise our international sales – we need to be able to demonstrate our understanding of both the language and culture in the countries where we sell our products and Comtec has been key in achieving this.

We commissioned Comtec because its values and commitment to excellence really resonated with us and we haven’t been disappointed. And with plans to substantially increase our international presence over the next two years we will certainly be calling on them to support us in our future growth.

According to the Comtec Translations managing director Sophie Howe, employing the services of qualified, experienced translations experts enables our clients to successfully increase international sales, and the company was delighted to have been given the opportunity to support Tru Tension from the very start of their export journey.

With the guidance of Comtec Translation, who knows how much further Tru Tension will be able to expand globally. One thing we know for sure is that things are looking up for the Bristolian business!

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