Triscan is a 100% Danish owned company that has gained a strong position in the Scandinavian market and a strong increase in sales in the rest of Europe. All accomplished through production, concept development, marketing and distribution of auto parts for the professional free aftermarket. Triscan products are sold exclusively through distributors and wholesalers and all products are distributed from Triscan’s three distribution centres to 35 markets in Europe.
In addition to auto parts Triscan also offers a program of clamps and gas springs for companies in the industrial sector.
Triscan employs more than 100 employees in Denmark, France, Sweden and Germany.
We strive to make our customers just as dependent on us as we are of them. The dependency is created by providing the kind of support that our customers consider as a key reason to their success. We aim for mutual satisfaction in everything we do.
We are not only a fast supplier of spare parts. We help our clients to create satisfied and loyal customers, and to perform well in the competition in the market. We develop and continuously adapt our services to current market demands.
TOYOTA: 3 EGR-valves are often mistakenly consolidated to 1
A widespread catalog data error on EGR valves for Toyota, often leads to cause worry in the…Read more
Expansion in the programme of wheel hub with axle shaft for Crafter and Sprinter
We have seen a great demand for wheel hub with axle shaft for VW Crafter and Mercedes Benz Sprinter…Read more
BMW/MINI: New generation of C.V. joint
The new type of C.V. joint for BMW and MINI is now ready for delivery. The new generation of C.V…Read more
Drive shaft boot replacement: FORD FOCUS III 1.0 EcoBoost
Mechanics who have tried to replace the outer drive shaft boot on a FORD FOCUS III 1.0 EcoBoost…Read more
Expansion within oxygen sensors
Our comprehensive programme of Plug & Play vehicle specific oxygen sensors has just been…Read more
Gas springs - additional sales potential in the winter half-year
Cold has never been the gas spring's best friend. Low temperatures often cause older gas springs to…Read more