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Hamaton Inc. reports rapid growth since launching in 2016

20-07-2017

Following their official opening in November 2016, Michigan-based TPMS specialists, Hamaton Inc., have reported that they are pleased with the strong growth the business has achieved in its first year, which has accelerated rapidly in recent months following the acquisition of a number of new customers.

Their expanding customer base, which now includes some prominent names in the North American market, has meant that Hamaton Inc. has required a significant extension to their warehouse in order to store an increased amount of stock and accommodate plans for a new training facility. Due to this continued growth, new employees have also been hired to maintain the development of Hamaton Inc.’s sales and distribution center - enabling them to offer additional support to their growing number of customers.

Hamaton Inc. have also announced that they will be exhibiting for the second time at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas later this year. Held at the Las Vegas Convention Center from 31 October – 3 November 2017, the business plans to exhibit with a considerably larger stand than the one they had at their first show in 2016, reflecting the development achieved in their first year.

The recent growth of Hamaton Inc. is partly attributed to the increasing popularity of their new U-Pro Hybrid sensor, providing coverage of over 90% of TPMS-enabled vehicles and one of the fastest configuration times on the market. Additionally, with the support of their sophisticated B2B online ordering platform, Hamaton’s diagnostic tools manufactured by ATEQ (such as the H46), and their comprehensive range of service parts and valves have also been highly successful.

Enri Osmani, General Manager for Hamaton Inc., said: “We are thrilled with how things have progressed in the short amount of time since we opened last year, and with the exciting prospects we currently have in development. I’m looking forward to seeing how things progress in the lead up to the Sema show, which we’re aiming to make even bigger and better this year.”