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MGI COUTIER AFTERMARKET

The MGI Coutier Group’s MISSION is to back up its customers in producing more reliable, environmentally friendly & fun to drive vehicles for specific markets with The Optimal Technical Solution (Creativity / Product Specialization) , The Greatest Manufacturing Choice (Raw Materials / Processes) , The Most appropriate Industrial Option (Worldwide / LCC) , The Alternative to Large System Integrators

Established in 1947, years before MGI COUTIER was born, SEIM was originally an OE Manufacturer supplying parts to most carmakers which recognized into SEIM its know-how in cables and Electrical parts development and production. SEIM was taken over by MGI COUTIER in 1995 and became at this time the IAM Brand of the group. 2013 Turnover is € 22 mio. Workforce is 69 pax.
SEIM product range features over 4200 p/ns splitted into 4 product groups and are sold to app 2500 IAM in 25 different countries

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Related activities :

Engineering industry, steel industry, defence

Export area :

C.E.I.

Europe outside E.U.

European Union

French overseas departments and territories

Near and Middle East

North Africa

Oceania

South America

Local presence :

Europe outside E.U.

European Union

North Africa

North America

North Asia

Oceania

South America

Target countries :

African countries of the Indian Ocean

C.E.I.

Europe outside E.U.

European Union

French overseas departments and territories

Near and Middle East

North Africa

North America

North Asia

Oceania

South America

South-east Asia

Sub-Saharan Africa

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