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Mexican Company Aprinsa Eyes Growth

: Apr 26, 2019 - : 6:06 am

Mexican company Aprinsa is showcasing its vast variety of non-lethal equipment at the ongoing FAMEX.

The 15-year company, a first timer at the event, supplies its products to the Mexican government as well as other countries in the region such as Honduras and Panama, Antonio Trewick, Operations Head of company, told Daily News.

“We are a national company that is looking to grow international; our principal market is Mexico,” Trewick said. “The country requires equipment to keep the people safe, to control riots and to make sure other such problems are kept under control. We have the perfect solutions for that.”

Most of the company’s products are designed in Mexico but some products are made in countries such as Switzerland. “We provide training to all customers who buy our products; safety is our number one objective,” Trewick said.

“We believe our products are good enough to capture the international market and are working to make it happen,” added Trewick.

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