Cardo Systems expands North American distribution with leading Canadian powersports distributor

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Motovan Partnership Continues Cardo’s Growth Across the Americas; 

Supports Global Expansion Strategy

Cardo Systems, the global market leader in wireless communication systems for powersports riders, today announced a strategic partnership with Motovan – advancing its growth across the Americas and supporting its overall global expansion strategy. As a leading Canadian powersports distributor, Motovan will distribute Cardo’s diverse lineup of wireless helmet communication systems and accessories throughout the Canadian market.

Driven by passion and innovation, Motovan has been a trusted Canadian distributor for the powersports industry for more than 40 years. With the partnership, Motovan will provide additional retail distribution coverage throughout Canada – with an emphasis on expanding Cardo’s reach across Eastern Canada. Motovan joins Cardo’s Canadian distributors – each playing a significant role in supporting Cardo as the industry leader in powersports communication.

“Over the last several years, we’ve made a number of strategic business moves that have all laddered up to our global growth strategy, including hiring industry professionals and executives who have spearheaded our expansion efforts across the Americas,” said Guy Weinberg, General Manager of Cardo Americas. “Motovan is a great addition to our existing Canadian partners, allowing us to expand our footprint in the Canadian powersports market.”

“Motovan is extremely excited to represent Cardo in the Canadian powersports market.” Mike Paladino, VP Motovan. “Cardo is very much in line with our strategy of offering our dealers premium products that are constantly evolving; our sales team and staff are looking forward to servicing our valued dealers with Cardo communication systems”

Cardo Systems specializes in the design, development, manufacturing and sale of state-of-the-art communication and entertainment systems for powersports helmets. Since pioneering the world’s first Bluetooth helmet communicator in 2004, Cardo has continued to drive innovation and blaze new trails for powersports communication. In fact, the vast majority of innovations for Bluetooth motorcycle communication systems were first introduced by Cardo, including the world’s first built-in radio, first rider-to-rider intercom, first mesh intercom, and several more.

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Source: Cardo Systems


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