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JD Group Looks to Grow European Spec

Published February 11, 2011

BAD NAUHEIM, Germany—The JD Group has expanded the role of its European headquarters to include sales of the TranzX brand of aluminum components.

The office in Bad Nauheim, Germany was set up in 2008 to provide JD’s customers with sales support, technical services and training for its electric bike drive system, TranzX PST. Now the company is expanding those services to European clients sourcing TranzX components.

The idea is to provide better customers service for OEMs and further expand the brand in Europe. One advantage is that JD’s OEM clients will now be able to source components directly through the European office.

“With the expansion of our sales network, we will be able to provide professional and customer-oriented service for each of our key European regions,” said TranzX Components product manager Lily Ding. “Clients and distributors can count on our local reliable staff, who have perfect knowledge of our product range, their particular region and can respond to all country-specific issues and demands.”

JD’s TranzX Components was introduced in 1992. It’s best known for an adjustable stem that allows modification to the height and positioning of the bicycle’s handlebars without the use of tools.

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