GSP Latin America Opens Warehouse in Mexico - aftermarketNews

GSP Latin America Opens Warehouse in Mexico

This move will enable GSP to maintain closer contact with its customers.

GSP Latin America celebrates the grand opening of its’ first distribution warehouse in Mexico. Located in Querétaro, GSP Latin America will now have a division office and warehouse fulfillment locally for customers. 

The move stems from GSP Latin America’s unprecedented growth in the last year and will enable GSP to maintain closer contact with its customers. 

“Everyone at GSP feels truly honored about the opening of our first distribution center in Latin America. We are excited not only about the new business opportunities this initiative will bring through current and future partners, but to confirm the confidence we have in the acceptance and recognition of high-quality products in the Mexico market,” said Alfonso Flores De la Mora, business development director for Mexico and Western LATAM. 

“It will be with persistence, high quality standards and by being customer oriented, that GSP will continue moving forward as a globally recognized brand,” said Alfonso. 

With a 48-hour lead time, over 1600 available sku’s and 24,000 pieces in stock, the new distribution will provide an efficient expansion of the GSP Supply chain. GSP LATAM’s distribution center will stock the current product lines: CV Axles and Joints, Wheel Hub and Bearings, and Rubber to Metal Parts. 

“I am truly excited at the launch of GSP’s Mexico Operations.  We have increased the GSP global footprint and added truly exceptional members to our team, “ said Michael Ceritano, COO of GSP North. “Congratulations to Alfonso Flores, Alejandra Acosta & Daniela Silva.  I look forward to working with them and growing the GSP presence in LATAM.”

For more information on the new GSP LATAM distribution warehouse, visit

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