American Automotive Window Film Manufacturer Adds New Global Distributors
Maxpro Window Films, a North Carolina-based window film manufacturer specializing in automotive window films and safety films, today announced the addition of two new global distribution partners – Tintlook and XWrap – in France and the Netherlands, respectively. The new distributors support Maxpro’s efforts to expand distribution channels throughout Europe, increasing its global footprint.
“Maxpro’s European expansion is on the heels of a solid year of growth for top-quality automotive film products,” said Joseph Cobbe, CEO and President of Maxpro Window Films. “In the last year, we have introduced and released two new product options, including the latest window film, XCL Pro, and our innovative Max Armor Paint Protection Film.”
Maxpro in France
Tintlook, based in Chambéry, France, has been in business for over ten years. Experts in detailed window tinting and film application, the company reports over 3,500 vehicles tinted and is well-known for its top-quality results. Tintlook is motivated by research, consistently evolving applications to balance beauty and performance. Maxpro is excited to be represented by Tintlook in the Franko Market.
Maxpro in the Netherlands
XWrap is a modern wrap, tint, and trade store based in Groningen, Netherlands. The company has over 20 years of wrap experience and 12 years in distributing window film, car wrapping film, and application tools. Equipped with a tailor-made facility, XWrap also provides wrapping training and invites customers to peek behind the scenes and learn. Maxpro is proud to partner with the creative minds at XWrap.
2021 Forecast: Europe & Beyond
Earlier this year, Maxpro secured distribution in Germany with STS Window Films and has since noted a significant rise in customer base beyond the States. “We are hoping for and anticipating similar results with our new distribution partners, Tintlook and XWrap,” said Cobbe. “As 2021 approaches, Maxpro intends to continue widening our global product reach by closing distribution channels in other countries.”