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Espar announces rebrand to Eberspaecher

Posted on March 24, 2015

Marking the 150 year anniversary for Eberspaecher, Espar announced it will officially assume the Eberspaecher name in the marketplace, while still maintaining “Espar” as a legal business entity.

Since 1973, Espar has delivered the state-of-the-art German technology that is the Eberspaecher brand of products, to the North American marketplace.

Based on user feedback and the company’s deep-rooted commitment to customer satisfaction, the rebranding of the company is a logical transition, enabling Espar to provide customers with 150 years of expertise, improved global support, and a greater investment in research and development that only a company as large as Eberspaecher can provide, according to the company’s press release.

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