Founded in Zürich, Switzerland, The Motor Chain was created to keep our cars’ history alive, we do this empowering the classic and collectable community with innovative and user-friendly technology. Our platform allows owners to authorize garages, certifiers, consultants, appraisers, mentors, and other trusted 3rd parties to participate in your car’s documentation, increasing the trust on vehicles history.
Preserving history, growing the value of classic and collectible vehicles and educate the community about the importance of vehicles’ documentation are part of our mission. In addition to our platform, we also provide documentation capabilities for those owners that need and value our expert services.
Julio Saiz. Founder & CEO.
Some people might say I am a car collector, but I prefer to describe myself as a driver who gets emotionally attached to his cars. I still own my very first car, an Alfa Romeo 147, which I bought with a bank loan in my early 20s. I am computer science engineer with circa 25 years’ experience, 3 years ago, I decided to merge my IT knowledge with my passion for driving and founded The Motor Chain. My mission is the preservation of classic vehicles. We want them on the road, driven with health and safety.
Matthew Kenigstein. Business Development
Growing up, I amassed a collection of Hot Wheels, Matchbox Cars and models. I grew up listening to stories of my father’s first car…a Ford Gran Torino he purchased as a recent immigrant to the USA. I couldn’t keep my eyes off 007’s Aston Martin on TV and watched the most impressive 70s muscle cars lined up at the train station car shows by my hometown. Those images and my appreciation for cars has never ended. Today, I have the pleasure of seeing those childhood fascinations come to life and live in The Motor Chain. I’ve spent my career combining the best elements of people and technology, working as an IT and HR executive in the consulting industry and for world class organizations. My passion for innovation led me to TMC, where I’ve had the privilege of introducing a new way of documenting classic history and a new award recognizing it to be debuted at the ZCCA.
Alejandro Cabral. CTO
If I were a part on TMC’s engine, I would surely be the block. If I were a car I would be a first generation Mustang (1973 and before), pure steel and power, not very subtle, but reliable.
I may be the least petrolhead of the team, but I vibrate with each release and new new feature.