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Angel Zepeda Joins Forte Universal De Mexico

Previously, Zepeda was functioning as commercial & operations director for TBC de México.


Forte Universal de Mexico has appointed Angel Zepeda Berrelleza as its new managing director. 

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Until Oct. 31, 2019, Zepeda was functioning as commercial & operations director for TBC de México, after joining the company 28 years ago.

“I feel proud and grateful for my professional development working for TBC de México, since this is where I started my carrier in the car industry in 1995. Afterward, I began my journey in the tire business, where I was able grow my experience not only in Mexico, but also internationally.

“Now in Forte Universal, I will be responsible for perpetuating the continuous growth the company has registered. Maintain the creation of customized solutions that meet the market needs and trends, using our product portfolio to ensure nationwide distribution,” he noted.

El Dr. Zepeda joined the company that turned into TBC de Mexico in 1992 as branch manager in Aguascalientes Mexico, to later become responsible for the commercial and operational areas as director for Mexico and Central America. Zepeda moved from Aguascalientes to Mexico City and after working in different positions, he grew to later become the head of sales, where he supervised the sales teams both locally and internationally.

Forte Universal is one of the leading tire importers and distributors in Mexico. With a history of more than 30 years, Forte Universal has a strong trajectory launching and positioning tire brands in the Mexican market participating in the most relevant market segments such as PCR and TBR throughout different distribution channels.


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