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10/10/2019

Brazilian companies represent the country at the K trade fair, one of the largest events in the plastics industry

BMS supports the presence of the Brazilian delegation at the event, which takes place in Germany

On October 16-23, the Fair K will be held in the city of Dusseldorf, Germany, bringing together over 3,000 producers and buyers of the plastics industry to learn about the main innovations in the market. The Brazil Machinery Solutions Program (BMS), the result of a partnership between the Brazilian Association of the Machinery and Equipment Industry (ABIMAQ) and the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil), will be present at the event.

In this edition, the Program will support the participation of three Brazilian companies: A. Carnevalli, Lakatos, and Mecalor Soluções. The machinery sector for the plastics industry is among the main sectors of activity of the project. In 2018, the Sectoral Chamber of Machinery and Accessories for the Plastic Industry achieved more than $45 million in exports.

For companies, this is an opportunity to show their products to the foreign market. According to Edson Favato, Carnevalli’s director, even with the participation in other editions of the fair, the support of BMS is paramount this time. “It is crucial, since it is the biggest fair in the industry. This partnership allows us to take the latest technologies we have produced, as well as our development engineering,” he explained.

This is the first time Lakatos, formerly Electro-Forming, participates in an international event with the new brand positioning. According to Roberto Lakatos, the company’s director, this will be a great opportunity to reaffirm the name in the market. “It is important to consolidate our trademark as one of the important players in the manufacture of machines, molding, and thermoforming solutions,” he explained.

Mecalor is the only Brazilian company in the refrigeration segment to participate in the event. “Our products have received excellent acceptance in demanding markets, such as the European and North American, which has increasingly motivated the expansion of the company’s operations around the world,” concluded the chief commercial director Marcelo Zimmaro.

About Apex-Brasil – The Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil) acts to promote Brazilian products and services overseas and attract foreign investment to strategic sectors of the Brazilian economy. Apex-Brasil coordinates efforts to attract foreign direct investment (FDI) to Brazil, focusing on strategic sectors for the development of competitiveness of Brazilian companies and of the country itself.

About ABIMAQ – The Brazilian Association of the Machinery and Equipment Industry (ABIMAQ) was founded in 1945 with the goal of strengthening the domestic industry, mobilizing the sector, taking actions with the political and economic spheres, stimulating trade and international cooperation, and contributing to improving its performance in terms of technology, human resources training, and managerial modernization. For more information, please visit: www.abimaq.org.br.

About Brazil Machinery Solutions – The result of the partnership between ABIMAQ (Brazilian Association of the Machinery and Equipment Industry) and Apex-Brasil (Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency), the Brazil Machinery Solutions Program aims to promote Brazilian machinery and equipment exports, as well as strengthening Brazil’s image as a manufacturer of mechanical capital goods. BMS currently has more than 400 members, including industries from various sectors, such as agriculture, textiles, mining, plastics, and packaging, among others. For more information, please visit: www.brazilmachinery.com.

24/10/2017

Brazilian Industry of Machinery and Equipment attends Plastimagen 2017, in Mexico

The major international forum of the plastic manufacturing industry in that region will receive 11 Brazilian companies, in the hall organized by the BMS Program.

From 7 to 10 of November, happens in the City of Mexico, Plastimagen 2017 that will count with a Brazilian hall, where 11 Brazilian manufacturers of machinery and equipment focus on plastic manufacturing industry will be present. The companies will attend the event organized by the Brazil Machinery Solutions Program, result from the partnership between the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil) and the Brazilian Machinery Builder´s Association (ABIMAQ), which aims to promote the Brazilian exports of machinery and equipment, as well as to fortify Brazil´s image as a manufacturer of mechanical capital goods.

The most of the manufacturers attending this edition were at the fair in 2016, when results between sealed and future deals have reached US$ 14.3 million, among outright sales and prospections for the following 12 months of the event, with buyers from countries such as Costa Rica, El Salvador, Ecuador, USA, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico and Peru.

 

According to the responsible for ABIMAQ´s Foreign Market Division and the manager of BMS Program, Patrícia Gomes, the Brazilian participation in Plastimagen is fundamental to increase the sector´s exports to Americas. “Aside from business with Latin-American importers, we increasingly solidify our input in Mexico, a country that buys our machinery and equipment for its domestic consumption, but also supplies the United States, the largest market of this industrial chain”, explains the executive.

 

In 2016, Mexico was the second main destination of Brazilian machinery and equipment for the plastic industry, with exports accumulating US$ 7.9 million, a growth of 33% relating to 2015, when sales of US$ 5.3 million were registered in the period.

Companies attending Plastimagen 2017 with the BMS Program

 

A.CARNEVALLI & CIA LTDA
ELETRO-FORMING EQUIPAMENTOS PARA EMBALAGENS LTDA
LGMT EQUIPAMENTOS INDUSTRIAIS LTDA
MECALOR SOLUÇÕES EM ENGENHARIA TÉRMICA LTDA
MEGA STEEL INDÚSTRIA MECÂNICA EIRELI
MH INDÚSTRIA DE MÁQUINAS E EQUIPAMENTOS ESPECIAIS EIRELI
MULTI PACK PLAS INDÚSTRIA COM. MÁQUINAS LTDA.EPP
POLIMÁQUINAS INDÚSTRIA E COMÉRCIO LTDA
RULLI STANDARD IND.COM. MÁQUINAS LTDA

SEIBT MÁQUINAS PARA PLÁSTICOS LTDA
VEMAX MAQUINAS S.A

More information on Andina-Pack in the website prepared by BMS: http://eventosbrazilmachinery.com/andinapack

About Apex-Brazil – The Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency
(Apex-Brasil) has the mission to develop the competitiveness of Brazilian companies, promoting the internalization of their business and the attraction of foreign direct investments. Jointly with sectorial entities, the Agency organizes commercial promotion actions, as prospection and trade missions, business rounds, support for the participation of Brazilian companies in international fairs and for the visits of foreign buyers to meet the Brazilian productive structure. It also coordinates the efforts to attract foreign direct investments (FDI) to Brazil by working to identify business opportunities and in the promotion of strategic events and lending support to the foreign investor during the entire process in Brazil. For more information, access: www.apexbrasil.com.br

 

About ABIMAQ – The Brazilian Machinery Builder´s Association (ABIMAQ) was founded in 1937, with the goal of acting for the strengthening of the domestic industry by mobilizing the sector, performing actions with the political and economic spheres, stimulating trade and international cooperation and contributing to enhance their performance in terms of technology, human resources training and management modernization. More information: www.abimaq.org.br

 

About Brazil Machinery Solutions Program – Result of a partnership between the Brazilian Machinery Builder´s Association (ABIMAQ) and the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brazil), Brazil Machinery Solutions Program focuses on the promotion of Brazilian exports of machinery and equipment, as well as the strengthening of Brazil´s image as a manufacturer of mechanical capital goods. BMS has currently over 400 member companies, that act in a number of sectors, as agricultural, textile, mining, plastic, packaging, machine tool, among others. For more information, access:www.brazilmachinery.com

 

Press and Media of BMS Program: Júlia Meriqui

Tel: +55 (11) 5582-5758 –  e-mail bmspress@abimaq.org.br

13/09/2017

Business Mission Brasil Tecnológico will have representatives from the machinery and equipment industry

The Mission, to be held in Mexico from September 25 to 29, is an initiative of Apex-Brasil. 

The participation of companies in the sector was organized by the BMS Program.

 

The Brazilian Agency for the Promotion of Exports and Investments (Apex-Brasil) will hold the Brasil Tecnológico 2017 Business Mission in Mexico, in which twelve Brazilian companies that manufacture machines and equipment will participate. The event, which will take place from September 25 to 29, aims to strengthen the image and promote business, with a view to positioning Brazil as a country that dominates technologies in several productive sectors, capable of offering solutions and creating business opportunities, with the offer of products with added technological value.

The companies of the sector present in this Mission are organized by the Brazil Machinery Solutions Program, a result of the partnership between Apex-Brasil and the Brazilian Association of the Machinery and Equipment Industry (ABIMAQ). The 2017 Technological Brasil programming includes panels on technology used in the various sectors present at the event, as well as the holding of a Seminar on Internationalization. The machinery and equipment sector will participate in the first panel, on the 25th, with the Industry 4.0: From trend to reality. There will also be the presentation of a successful case of a company of the sector.

Companies that will participate with the BMS Program of the Business Mission Technological Brazil

  • Andritz Separation
  • Kawamac  Ind. Com. Máquinas Ltda.
  • Hydronlubz  Ind. Com. Equipamentos Ltda.
  • Lavrita Engenharia Cons. Equipamentos Ind. Ltda.
  • Marchesan Imp. Máq. Agrícolas Tatu S/A
  • NB Máquinas Ltda.
  • Rossil Industrial Máquinas e Equipamentos
  • Tecnobor Tecnologia Ltda
  • Tecnotok Indústria de Maquinas Ltda
  • TGM Indústria de Turbinas
  • Thermoval Indústria de Válvulas LTDA.
  • Vulkan do Brasil Ltda.

 

About Apex-Brasil – The Brazilian Agency for the Promotion of Exports and Investments (Apex-Brasil) has the mission of developing the competitiveness of Brazilian companies, promoting the internationalization of their businesses and attracting foreign direct investments. In partnership with sectoral entities, the Agency organizes commercial promotion actions, such as prospective and commercial missions, business roundtables, support for the participation of Brazilian companies in international fairs and visits of foreign buyers to know the Brazilian productive structure. It also coordinates efforts to attract foreign direct investment (FDI) to the country by working on identifying business opportunities and promoting strategic events and ensuring support to foreign investors throughout the process in Brazil. For more information, access:  www.apexbrasil.com.br

 

About ABIMAQ – The Brazilian Association of the Machinery and Equipment Industry (ABIMAQ) was founded in 1937, with the objective of working to strengthen the national industry, mobilizing the sector, carrying out actions with the political and economic authorities, stimulating international trade and cooperation and contributing to improve its performance in terms of technology, human resources training and management modernization. For more information: www.abimaq.org.br

 

About the Brazil Machinery Solutions Program – As a result of the partnership between the Brazilian Agency for the Promotion of Exports and Investments (Apex-Brasil) and the Brazilian Association of Machinery and Equipment Industry (ABIMAQ), the Brazil Machinery Solutions Program aims to promote Brazilian exports of machinery and equipment, the image of Brazil as a manufacturer of mechanical capital goods. BMS currently has more than 300 member companies, which operate in several sectors, such as agriculture, textiles, mining, plastic, packaging, machine tools, among others. For more information, access: www.brazilmachinery.com

 

BMS Program Press and Communication: Júlia Meriqui

Tel: +55 (11) 5582-5758 –  e-mail bmspress@abimaq.org.br

07/09/2017

BMS Program takes Brazilian companies to Extemin 2017

Eight Brazilian manufacturers of machinery and equipment directed toward the mining industry leave for Peru, in September, to participate in the event which is held every two years

From September 18th to 21st, in Arequipa, Peru, Extemin 2017 will be held, as part of the program of activities of the 33rd Mining Convention – Perumin. Representatives from nine (sic) Brazilian companies of mining machinery and equipment will be present at the event, organized by the Brazil Machinery Solutions Program, which is the result of the partnership between the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex Brazil) and the Brazilian Machinery Builders’ Association (ABIMAQ)

In accordance with the person responsible for ABIMAQ’s External Market Division and BMS Program manager, Patricia Gomes, this will be another opportunity for the sector’s Brazilian industry to set its presence in a sufficiently consolidated market, “Peru is the fourth largest importer of Brazilian machinery and equipment for the mining industry, with 8,8% share in our exports, just behind the USA, Chile and Argentina,” she says. In the previous edition of Extemin, held in 2015, the Brazilian participants closed deals and prospecting works with countries like Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Honduras, Mexico and Peru.

Companies organized by the BMS Program that will take part in Extemin 2017

  • Arvos Brasil Equipamentos Ltda.
  • AZ Armaturen do Brasil Ltda.
  • Henfel Indústria Metalúrgica Ltda.
  • Netzsch do Brasil Ind. Com. Ltda.
  • PTI Indústria do Brasil S/A (SGI)
  • Steinert Latino-americana Tecnologia em Separação Ltda.
  • TKA Guindastes Ind. Com. Ltda.
  • Zollern Transmissões Mecânicas Ltda.

 

 

About Apex-Brazil – The Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex Brazil) has the mission of developing the competitiveness of Brazilian companies, by promoting the internationalization of their business and the attraction of direct foreign investments. In partnership with sectorial entities, the Agency organizes trade promotion actions, like prospective and trade missions, business conferences, support to participation of Brazilian companies in international expositions and visits of foreign buyers to get to know the Brazilian productive structure. It also coordinates efforts for attraction of direct foreign investments (DFI) to the Country, by working on the identification of business opportunities and on the promotion of strategic events and by ensuring support to the foreign investor throughout the entire process in Brazil. For further information, visit the site: www.apexbrasil.com.br

 

About ABIMAQ – The Brazilian Machinery Builders’ Association (ABIMAQ) was founded in 1937, with the objective of working for the strengthening of the national industry, by mobilizing the sector, performing actions along with political and economic instances, stimulating international trade and cooperation and contributing to improve its performance in terms of technology, human resource qualification and management modernization. Further information at the site: www.abimaq.org.br

 

About the Brazil Machinery Solutions Program – Result of a partnership between ABIMAQ (Brazilian Machinery Builders’ Association) and Apex-Brazil (Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency), the Brazil Machinery Solutions Program aims to promote Brazilian exports of machines and equipment, as well as to strengthen Brazil’s image as a mechanical capital goods manufacturer. BMS currently has more than 300 member-companies, which operate in various sectors, such as agriculture, textiles, mining, plastics, packaging, machine tools, among others. For more information, visit the site:www.brazilmachinery.com

 

BMS Program Press and Communication: Julia Meriqui

Tel: +55 (11) 5582-5758 –  e-mail bmspress@abimaq.org.br

19/06/2017

BMS program takes Brazilian industry of the sector to 2017 Agroexpo

The most important agricultural and livestock trade show held in Colombia every two years, will receive 22 machinery, agricultural implements and irrigation equipment manufacturers

An exclusive over 500m² pavilion installed in 2017 Agroexpo will receive 22 Brazilian manufacturers of machinery, agricultural implements, livestock and irrigation equipment presenting to the international market the technology and competitiveness of Brazilian industry. The event will be held in Bogota, Colombia, between July 13 and 23.  Companies participating in the trade show were organized by the Brazil Machinery Solutions program, the result of a partnership between Agência Brasileira de Promoção de Exportações e Investimentos [Brazilian Agency of Exportation and Investment Promotions] (Apex-Brasil) and Associação Brasileira da Indústria de Máquinas e Equipamentos [Brazilian Machinery’s Builders’ Association] (ABIMAQ).

With the Apex-Brasil’s support, the BMS Program has attended this event systematically in Colombia. In the latest edition of the Agroexpo held in 2015, 17 Brazilian companies were present, which have done business with countries such as Venezuela, Guatemala, Ecuador, Colombia, Peru, Dominican Republic and the USA. “Out of 22 participants this year, 70% have attended at least two previous editions of the Agroexpo, thus showing  that this is a very interesting and productive space for Brazilian exports and prospects”, highlights the person in charge  for the International Market Division of ABIMAQ and Manager of BMS Program, Patricia Garcia.

According to the executive officer, in 2016, Brazil exported USD 34.8 million in machinery, agricultural implements and irrigation equipment to the country. “Colombia is currently the sixth main destination of our exports in the Latin American market. The agribusiness segment has the higher percentage of exports to Colombia and represented last year, 16.4% of exports of machinery and equipment thereto “she points out.

Companies that will be attending 2017 Agroexpo along with the BMS Program

  • Agritech Lavrale S.A
  • Baldan Implementos Agrícolas
  • Brasélio Ind.Com. Máquinas
  • Eurolatte do Brasil
  • Fundição Mademil Ltda.
  • Guarany Ind. com. Ltda.
  • Hidro Metalúrgica ZM Ltda.
  • Imep Indústria Mecânica Pompéia Ltda.
  • Implementos Agrícolas Jan S/A
  • Indústria Agro Mecânica Pinheiro
  • Indústria Implementos Agrícolas Vence Tudo
  • Indústria de Máquina e Imp. Agrícolas KF Ltda.
  • Indústrias Reunidas Colombo
  • JF Máquinas Agrícolas Ltda.
  • K.O. Máquinas Agrícolas
  • Magnojet Indústria Ltda.
  • Marchesan Imp. Máq. Agrícolas Tatu S/A
  • NB Máquinas Ltda/Nogueira
  • Piccin Máquinas Agrícolas Ltda.
  • Refribrasil Indústria e Comércio Ltda.
  • Syl Ind.Com.Imp.Exp. Ltda. (Bristol)
  • Stara S/A Ind. de Máquinas Agrícolas

 

 

About Apex-Brasil – Agência Brasileira de Promoção de Exportações e Investimentos (Apex-Brasil)’s mission is to develop the competitiveness of Brazilian companies, promoting the internationalization of its business and attracting direct foreign investments. In partnership with industry entities, the Agency organizes commercial promotion activities such as prospective and commercial missions, trade rounds, support to the participation of Brazilian companies in international fairs and foreign purchasers’ visits in order to discover the Brazilian productive structure. It also coordinates the endeavors in the attraction of direct foreign investment (IED) to the country, working on identifying business opportunities and promoting strategic events and providing support to foreign investors throughout the process in Brazil. For more information, access:  www.apexbrasil.com.br

 

About ABIMAQ –  Associação Brasileira da Indústria de Máquinas e Equipamentos (ABIMAQ) was founded in 1937 with the purpose of strengthening the domestic industry, mobilizing the industry, performing actions at the political and economic levels, stimulating trade and international cooperation and contributing to improve its performance in  technology, training of human resources and management improvement. Further information: www.abimaq.org.br

 

About the Brazil Machinery Solutions Program –  The result of the partnership between the ABIMAQ Associação Brasileira da Indústria de Máquinas e Equipamentos) and Apex-Brasil (Agência Brasileira de Promoção de Exportações e Investimentos), the Brazil Machinery Solutions Program aims at the promotion of Brazilian machinery and equipment exports, as well as strengthen the Brazil’s image as a manufacturer of mechanical capital goods. BMS currently has more than 300 member-companies, which operate in several sectors, such as agricultural, textiles, mining, plastic, packaging, machine-tools, among others. For more information, access: www.brazilmachinery.com

 

BMS Program Press and Communication: Júlia Meriqui

Phone: +55 (11) 5582-5758 –  e-mail bmspress@abimaq.org.br

30/05/2017

Business Mission to Nampo Show consolidates Brazilian machinery and equipment presence in South Africa

Brazilian manufacturers of machinery and equipment register US$ 4.1 million in business in the largest and most traditional agricultural fair held in that country

Organized by the Brazil Machinery Solutions Program, partnership between the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil) and the Brazilian Machinery and Equipment Association (ABIMAQ), twelve Brazilian manufacturers of machinery, agricultural implements, livestock and irrigation equipment were, from May 16th to 19th, in South Africa on a Business Mission to Nampo Show 2017. “The result was very satisfactory, because in addition to consolidating contacts for future projects, the companies register business around US$ 4.1 million, between immediate sales and prospects for the next twelve months,” said the head of ABIMAQ’s External Market Division and manager of BMS Program, Patrícia Gomes.

Brazilian companies organized by the BMS Program had already participated as exhibitors in previous editions of the Nampo Show, but this is the first time that BMS has held a Business Mission with member companies in the scope of the fair, whose programming also included a Technical Seminar, developed In partnership with the Brazilian Embassy in South Africa and the South African consultancy International Trade Project (ITP).  “Brazil has paid a lot of attention to the agricultural market in several countries of the African continent, which, in turn, have been making strong investments in the area,” says Patrícia Gomes. According to the executive, the Brazilian exports of the sector to South Africa reached US$ 11 million in 2016.

The companies present in this Mission were Casale Equipamentos, Comil Silos e Secadores, Hidro Metalúrgica ZM, Marchesan Implementos e Máquinas Agrícolas Tatu, Metisa Metalúrgica Timboense, Piccin Máquinas Agrícolas and Rugeri MEC-Rul. The Food for All – SIMERS Consortium, in Rio Grande do Sul also participated in the Mission, which includes the companies Carmetal Implementos Agrícolas e Rodoviários, Marcher Brasil Agroindustrial, MV Indústria e Comércio de Milheiros, Roster Indústria de Máquinas e Equipamentos and São José Industrial.

 

About Apex-Brasil – The Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brazil) has the mission to develop competitiveness of Brazilian companies, promoting the internationalization of their business and attracting direct foreign investments. In partnership with industry organizations, the Agency organizes trade promotion actions, such as prospective and trade missions, business meetings, support to the participation of Brazilian companies in international expositions and foreign buyers’ visits to meet the Brazilian productive structure. It also coordinates the efforts of attracting foreign direct investment (FDI) to the Country, working to identify business opportunities and promoting strategic events and providing support to the foreign investor throughout the process in Brazil. For more information, visit:  www.apexbrasil.com.br

 

About ABIMAQ – The Brazilian Machinery and Equipment Association (ABIMAQ) was founded in 1937 aiming to act for the strengthening of the domestic industry, by mobilizing the sector, performing actions with the political and economic instances, encouraging business and international cooperation and contributing to improve its performance in terms of technology, human resources capacity and management modernization. More information: www.abimaq.org.br

 

About Brazil Machinery Solutions Program – Result of a partnership between ABIMAQ (Brazilian Machinery and Equipment Association) and Apex-Brazil (Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency), Brazil Machinery Solutions Program aims to promote Brazilian exports of machines and equipment, as well as to strengthen the image of Brazil as a mechanical capital goods manufacturer. BMS currently has more than 300 member companies, which operate in various sectors, such as agriculture, textiles, mining, plastics, packaging, machines-tools, among others. For more information, visit: www.brazilmachinery.com

 

Press and Communication of BMS Program: Júlia Meriqui

Telephone: +55 (11) 5582-5758 –  e-mail bmspress@abimaq.org.br

30/05/2017

Brazil registers sales of US$ 84 million at Exponor 2017

The result represents growth of almost 180% regarding the businesses registered in the last edition, held in 2015

The 18 Brazilian manufacturers of machinery and equipment for mining that participated of Exponor 2017, held in Chile from May 15th to 19th, came back excited to Brazil: the result registered in the largest event of the sector in Latin America reached US$ 84.3 million between closed sales and future business for the next 12 months, which corresponds to an increase of 184% in relation to the numbers of the previous edition occurred in 2015. The presence of Brazilian companies was, once again, organized by Brazil Machinery Solutions Program, result of the partnership between the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brazil) and the Brazilian Association of the Machine and Equipment Industry (ABIMAQ).

According to the head of the ABIMAQ External Market Division and manager of the BMS Program, Patrícia Gomes, the Brazilian industry focused on the mining sector is well known in Chile and other countries of the Americas for its competitiveness and technology. “Chile is the second leading destination for Brazilian exports of machinery and equipment focused on mining. US$ 21 million were exported to the country in 2016, which represents close to 13% of the total Brazilian exports of the sector, only behind the US, which represent 16% of Brazilian sales of this segment to the international market”, says the executive.

Exponor 2017 was held in the region of Antofagasta, a mining center of Chile, where more than 5% of the national production and 16% of the world copper production is extracted. The fair receives exhibitors and buyers from more than 30 countries. In this edition, the Brazilian companies present did business and prospects with Latin American countries, in their majority.

 

Brazilian companies that will participate with BMS Program of Exponor 2017

  • Arvos Brasil Equipamentos Ltda.
  • AZ Armaturen do Brasil Ltda.
  • BGL Bertoloto&Grotta Ltda.
  • Eirich Industrial Ltda.
  • Fresadora Santana Ltda.
  • Henfel Ind. Metalúrgica Ltda.
  • Icon Máquinas e Equipamentos S.A.
  • Mineral Technologies Com. Equip. Proc. de Minerais Ltda.
  • Netzsch do Brasil
  • Neuman&Esser América do Sul Ltda.
  • Reval Bombas e Válvulas Man.Com. Ind. Ltda.
  • Semco Tecnologia em Processos Ltda.
  • Steinert Latino-americana Tecnologia de Separação Ltda.
  • TKA Guindastes Ind. Com. Ltda.
  • TMSA Tecnologia em Movimentação S.A.
  • Utilinox Com. Ind. Ltda.
  • Vulkan do Brasil Ltda.
  • Zollern Transmissões Mecânicas Ltda.

 

About Apex-Brasil – The Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brazil) has the mission to develop competitiveness of Brazilian companies, promoting the internationalization of their business and attracting direct foreign investments. In partnership with industry organizations, the Agency organizes trade promotion actions, such as prospective and trade missions, business meetings, support to the participation of Brazilian companies in international expositions and foreign buyers’ visits to meet the Brazilian productive structure. It also coordinates the efforts of attracting foreign direct investment (FDI) to the Country, working to identify business opportunities and promoting strategic events and providing support to the foreign investor throughout the process in Brazil. For more information, visit:  www.apexbrasil.com.br

 

About ABIMAQ – The Brazilian Machinery and Equipment Association (ABIMAQ) was founded in 1937 aiming to act for the strengthening of the domestic industry, by mobilizing the sector, performing actions with the political and economic instances, encouraging business and international cooperation and contributing to improve its performance in terms of technology, human resources capacity and management modernization. More information: www.abimaq.org.br

 

About Brazil Machinery Solutions Program – Result of a partnership between ABIMAQ (Brazilian Machinery and Equipment Association) and Apex-Brazil (Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency), Brazil Machinery Solutions Program aims to promote Brazilian exports of machines and equipment, as well as to strengthen the image of Brazil as a mechanical capital goods manufacturer. BMS currently has more than 300 member companies, which operate in various sectors, such as agriculture, textiles, mining, plastics, packaging, machines-tools, among others. For more information, visit: www.brazilmachinery.com

 

Press and Communication of BMS Program: Júlia Meriqui

Telephone: +55 (11) 5582-5758 –  e-mail bmspress@abimaq.org.br

09/05/2017

International Business Meeting at Agrishow yields over US$ 17 million

The action, organized by BMS Program, supported by Apex-Brasil [Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency], brought to Brazil purchasers from several countries for meetings with Brazilian agricultural machinery and input, livestock and irrigation equipment manufacturers

The 18th International Business Meeting, held during Agrishow 2017, gathered Brazilian machinery, agricultural input, livestock and irrigation equipment manufacturers with purchasers (importers, distributors and representatives) particularly coming to Brazil for this purpose from Algeria, Chile, Colombia, Egypt, Ethiopia, USA, Nicaragua, Nigeria and Peru. 12 foreign purchasers attended the event and, over three days, met 38 Brazilian companies in a commercial marketing action resulting into over US$ 17 million in closed and future deals for the next 12 months, negotiated in about 300 meetings.

Named Projeto Comprador (Purchaser Project), which main purpose was to develop the contact and negotiations between Brazilian manufacturers and importers from several countries, the International Business Round was organized by Brazil Machinery Solutions Program, a partnership between the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil) and The Brazilian Machinery Builders´ Association (ABIMAQ).

 

According to the person in charge for the Foreign Market Division of ABIMAQ [The Brazilian Machinery Builders´ Association] and BMS Program manager, Patrícia Gomes, this 18th International Business Round was really positive: “we brought importers that were not familiar with Brazilian machinery and equipment industry yet, which, regardless of whether closing deals or not, allows the quality and competitiveness of our industry to be known and the presence of our products to increasingly consolidate in the international market”. According to the businesswoman, in 2016, the Brazilian exports in the agricultural machinery and input and irrigation equipment industry had an income of US$ 657.1 million.

 

Agrishow, considered as one of the three largest agricultural technology fairs worldwide and the largest in Latin America, received in this year’s edition foreign visitors from 62 countries from all continents. Apex-Brasil and ABIMAQ received two delegations with specific demands: the one from Nigeria, whose participants came to learn more about the Brazilian agricultural machinery and equipment industry competitiveness and technology, particularly in virtue of the Mais Alimentos International Program; and the one from Canada, coming focused on the prospection of partnerships and investments with Brazilian businesspeople of the industry.

 

About Apex-Brasil – The Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil) has the mission of developing the competitiveness of Brazilian companies by promoting the internationalization of their business and the attraction of foreign direct investments.  In partnership with sector entities, the Agency organizes commercial marketing actions, such as prospective and commercial missions, business rounds, support to the attendance of Brazilian companies in international fairs and visits of foreign purchasers to learn more about the Brazilian manufacturing structure. It also coordinates the efforts concerning the attraction of foreign direct investments (FDI) for Brazil by working to identify business opportunities and promoting strategic events, and assuring support to the foreign investor throughout the process in Brazil. For further information, visit:  www.apexbrasil.com.br

 

About ABIMAQ – The Brazilian Machinery Builders´ Association (ABIMAQ) was founded in 1937 in order to act in favor of the strengthening of the domestic industry, mobilizing the sector by holding actions with political and economic authorities, stimulating the international commerce and cooperation and contributing to enhance their performance in terms of technology, qualification of human resources and management modernization. More information at: www.abimaq.org.br

 

About Brazil Machinery Solutions Program – Result of the partnership between ABIMAQ (Brazilian Machinery Builders´ Association) and Apex-Brasil (Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency), Brazil Machinery Solutions Program aims at the promotion of Brazilian machinery and equipment exports, as well as the strengthening of Brazil’s image as a mechanical capital assets manufacturer. BMS currently has over 300 member companies acting in different industries, such as agricultural, textile, mining, plastic, packaging, machinery-tooling, among others. For further information, visit: www.brazilmachinery.com

 

BMS Program’s Press and Communication: Júlia Meriqui

Phone: +55 (11) 5582-5758 –  e-mail bmspress@abimaq.org.br

31/03/2017

Brazilian machinery and equipment industry consolidates its presence in Mexico with TECMA 2017

Organized by BMS Program, eight companies attended the exposition, a business mission with business rounds and a technical seminar, held during the largest Mexican event on machine-tools and alike

Brazilian manufacturers present in TECMA 2017 – one of the most recognized events in the machine-tool sector of the Americas – returned from event, which took place in the first half of March, with an expectation to increase the position of the Brazilian industry of machinery and equipment in the Mexican market. Organized by the Brazil Machinery Solutions Program, companies also participated in a Business Mission, which included a Technical Seminar and meetings of an International Business Round, which happened simultaneously with the event. The BMS Program is the result of the partnership between the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brazil) and the Brazilian Machinery and Equipment Association (ABIMAQ).

The exposition and the international business round during the event allowed companies to reach US$3.78 million in closed and future deals for the next twelve months. The turnover achieved during TECMA 2017 grew 50% compared to the previous edition held in 2015, as well as expanded the number of contacts and countries of origin of importers: besides the Mexicans, Brazilian companies have negotiated with buyers from the United States, Panama and Peru. Mexico is the 4th largest world importer of products marked at TECMA, behind China, USA and Germany only. The scenario for the foreign market of machine-tools and others between Brazil and Mexico has shown a relevant increase of Brazilian exports to that country, which in 2016 reached USD 90.6 million.

According to the general manager of Indústrias Romi – North America, Eduardo Paiva, the company is safe to expand its investments in Mexico. “The meetings and lectures organized by BMS Program were quite interesting and contributed to the better understanding of the Mexican market in the current context,” he said. “Our goal for the next twelve months is to keep consolidating the brand and expand our distribution network”, Paiva highlights, who made new contacts, especially with distributors. As for the company Prensso Máquinas, which participated for the first time for this event, TECMA was the possibility to establish new contacts and think about the company’s strategy to operate in Mexico. “Our goal is to develop a network of distributors”, says its business manager, Tiago Gatelli. To the Director of Development of Vulkan do Brasil, Josias Leal, the opportunity, especially during meetings of the Business Round, occurred with direct buyers. “We have a project to double our revenues in the country in 2017 and, to this end, we are establishing new partnerships in different regions, with the aim of working with them to set up a service center here”, he said.

According to the responsible for the External Market Division of ABIMAQ and BMS Program manager, Patrícia Gomes, “the objective of the Business Mission was to strengthen the companies’ business in the Mexican market, as well as support those interested on internationalizing in that country”. To this end, the Seminar “Business opportunities with the Mexican market” was organized, which was attended by the head of the Trade Promotion department (Secom) of the Embassy of Brazil in Mexico, secretary Lucas Frota; the executive director of the Development Agency for International Promotion ProMéxico, Armando Cortés; and a representative of Asociación Mexicana de Distribuidores de Maquinario. The Seminar was also attended by the manager of the Brazil Machinery Solutions along with Apex-Brazil, Anderson Dib, which addressed the objectives of the Agency and the BMS Program in strengthening the image of Brazil in the international market and the promotion of Brazilian exports.

Brazilian companies present in TECMA 2017 were: Brunitec Máquinas e Ferramentas de Brunir Ltda., Indústrias Romi S.A., Mantova Indústria de Tubos Plásticos Ltda., NZN Indústria e Comércio de Equipamentos Ltda., Prensa Jundiaí S.A., Prensso Máquinas Ltda., Smart Eletronicos Eirelli – EPP (Sitron) and Vulkan do Brasil Ltda..

 

About Apex-Brasil – The Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brazil) has the mission to develop competitiveness of Brazilian companies, promoting the internationalization of their business and attracting direct foreign investments. In partnership with industry organizations, the Agency organizes trade promotion actions, such as prospective and trade missions, business meetings, support to the participation of Brazilian companies in international expositions and foreign buyers visits to meet the Brazilian productive structure. It also coordinates the efforts of attracting foreign direct investment (FDI) to the Country, working to identify business opportunities and promoting strategic events and providing support to the foreign investor throughout the process in Brazil. For more information, visit:  www.apexbrasil.com.br

About ABIMAQ – The Brazilian Machinery and Equipment Association (ABIMAQ) was founded in 1937 aiming to act for the strengthening of the domestic industry, by mobilizing the sector, performing actions with the political and economic instances, encouraging business and international cooperation and contributing to improve its performance in terms of technology, human resources capacity and management modernization. More information: www.abimaq.org.br

About Brazil Machinery Solutions Program – Result of a partnership between ABIMAQ (Brazilian Machinery and Equipment Association) and Apex-Brazil (Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency), Brazil Machinery Solutions Program aims to promote Brazilian exports of machines and equipment, as well as to strengthen the image of Brazil as a mechanical capital goods manufacturer. BMS currently has more than 300 member companies, which operate in various sectors, such as agriculture, textiles, mining, plastics, packaging, machines-tools, among others. For more information, visit: www.brazilmachinery.com

 

Press and Communication of BMS Program: Júlia Meriqui

Telephone: +55 (11) 5582-5758 –  e-mail bmspress@abimaq.org.br

02/03/2017

Brazilian mining and equipment machinery industry participates in Exponor 2017

Organized by the BMS Program and with the support of Apex-Brazil, Brazilian manufacturers are getting ready for the most important mining fair in Latin America, to be held in Chile in May.

 

The most important mining fair in Latin America, to be held in Chile between May 15 thru 19, will receive Brazilian machinery and equipment manufacturers involved in that business segment. Likewise the previous edition held in 2015, when 20 Brazilian companies attended the event, this participation is being organized by the Brazil Machinery Solutions Program, a result of the partnership between the Brazilian Agency for the Promotion of Exports and Investments (Apex-Brazil) and the Brazilian Association of Machinery and Equipment (ABIMAQ).

 

Chile is the second export largest destination market for Brazilian machinery and equipment for cement and mining. In 2016, US $ 21 million were exported to the country, representing 12.89% of the total Brazilian exports of the sector, only behind the US, which represent 16.8% of the Brazilian sales of this segment to the international market. Other major destinations besides Chile and the US are Argentina (11.09%), Peru (9.13%), Mexico (7.88%) and Paraguay (5.28%). Exponor takes place in the region of Antofagasta, Chile’s mining center, where more than 5% of the national production and 16% of the world copper production is extracted. The fair receives exhibitors and buyers from more than 30 countries.

 

In the previous edition of Exponor in 2015, the presence of Brazilian companies in the event reached business value close to US $ 30 million among closed deals and prospection’s for the next 12 months. In 2016, the participation of 21 Brazilian machinery and equipment manufacturers in another major event of the sector also held in Chile – Expomin 2016 – recorded US $ 32.8 million among closed and future business for one year. “Our industry in Chile and other countries in the Americas is well known for its competitiveness and technology,” explains the head of ABIMAQ External Market Division and BMS Program Manager, Patricia Gomes.

 

In the past two editions of the fair, the companies organized by the BMS Program  carried out business with importers from countries such as South Africa, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, USA, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru and Portugal. “We are reference in mining machinery and equipment for the most diverse mining production stages. In this Exponor fair we intend to present to those international buyers the quality of our machines and equipment for application in all stages of mining, from ore extraction, processing and transportation, among others, “says the executive.

 

About Apex-Brazil – The Brazilian Agency for Promotion of Exports and Investments (Apex-Brazil) has the mission to develop the competitiveness of Brazilian companies, promoting the internationalization of their business and attracting foreign direct investment. In partnership with industry organizations, the Agency organizes trade promotion activities such as market surveys and trade missions, business meetings, also provides support to the participation of Brazilian companies in international exhibitions and visits of foreign buyers to become familiar with the Brazilian production structure. It also coordinates efforts to attract foreign direct investment (FDI) in the country, working to identify business opportunities and promoting strategic events and providing support to foreign investors. For more information visit: www.apexbrasil.com.br

About ABIMAQ – The Brazilian Association of Machinery and Equipment (ABIMAQ) was founded in 1937 with the aim of acting in favor of strengthening the domestic industry, the mobilization of industry, the implementation of actions with political and economic bodies, stimulating trade and international cooperation and help to improve their performance in terms of technology, training of human resources and administrative modernization. For more information visit:  www.abimaq.org.br

About the Brazil Machinery Solutions Program –  Developed from the  collaboration between ABIMAQ (Brazilian Association of Machinery and Equipment Industries) and Apex-Brazil (Brazilian Agency for Promotion of Exports and Investments), the Brazil Machinery Solutions Program aims to promote Brazilian exports of machinery and equipment as well as strengthening the image of Brazil as capital goods manufacturer of mechanical equipment. The BMS Program currently has about 300 member companies from various sectors such as agriculture, textiles, mining, plastics, packaging, and machine tools, among others. For more information visit: www.brazilmachinery.com

24/01/2017

TECMA 2017 receives Brazilian industry of machinery and equipment

The largest Mexican event specialized in technology of machine-tools and alike will receive Brazilian companies organized by the BMS Program that will participate in the fair and in a corporate mission, with rounds of negotiation, in March

Brazil Machinery Solutions Program, a result of the partnership between the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil) and the Brazilian Machinery and Equipment Association (ABIMAQ), will be at TECMA 2017, one of the most known events in the machine-tools segments in the Americas, which will take place on March 7 and 10, in Mexico City. Organized by the BMS Program, the Brazilian companies who manufacture machinery and equipment will participate in, besides the fair, a Corporate Mission, which includes a technical seminar, rounds of negotiations and technical visits, which will take place simultaneously in the event.

Mexico is the 4th largest world importer of products marked at TECMA, behind China, USA and Germany only. The scenario for the foreign market of machine-tools and others between Brazil and Mexico presents a relevant increase of Brazilian exports to that country, which in 2016 reached USD 90.6 million. In 2015, this total was of USD 75.5 million, an increase, therefore, of 19.8% in one year. According to the responsible for the ABIMAQ’s Foreign Market Department and manager of the BMS Program, Patrícia Gomes, in the last edition of TECMA, in 2015, the Brazilian pavilion presented six companies, which recorded negotiations of around USD 7.2 million, among immediate and future sales for the subsequent twelve months. Negotiations with Mexico, Japan and Italy were conducted.

For TECMA 2017, the BMS Program has organized a Brazilian pavilion of around 130 m², which will house the companies. As for the Corporate Mission, it will begin on the 7th day in the morning, with the Seminar “Opportunities to negotiate with the Mexican market”, in which representatives of the Trade Promotion Sector of the Brazilian Embassy in Mexico, ProMexico Development Agency for International Promotion and Mexico/Brazil Chamber of Commerce will participate. After the seminar, the rounds of negotiations will be initiated, which will end in the evening on the 8th day. For the 9th and 10th days, technical visits to the Mexican industry of the sector and to Tecma expositions are scheduled.

About Apex-Brazil – The Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brazil) has the mission to develop competitiveness of Brazilian companies, promoting the internationalization of their business and attracting direct foreign investments. In partnership with industry organizations, the Agency organizes trade promotion actions, such as prospective and trade missions, business meetings, support to the participation of Brazilian companies in international expositions and foreign buyers’ visits to meet the Brazilian productive structure. It also coordinates the efforts of attracting foreign direct investment (FDI) to the Country, working to identify business opportunities and promoting strategic events and providing support to the foreign investor throughout the process in Brazil. For more information, visit:  www.apexbrasil.com.br

 

About ABIMAQ – The Brazilian Machinery and Equipment Association (ABIMAQ) was founded in 1975 aiming to act for the strengthening of the domestic industry, by mobilizing the sector, performing actions with the political and economic instances, encouraging business and international cooperation and contributing to improve its performance in terms of technology, human resources capacity and management modernization. More information: www.abimaq.org.br

 

About Brazil Machinery Solutions Program – Result of a partnership between ABIMAQ (Brazilian Machinery and Equipment Association) and Apex-Brazil (Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency), Brazil Machinery Solutions Program aims to promote Brazilian exports of machines and equipment, as well as to strengthen the image of Brazil as a mechanical capital goods manufacturer. BMS currently has more than 300 member companies, which operate in various sectors, such as agriculture, textiles, mining, plastics, packaging, machines-tools, among others. For more information, visit: www.brazilmachinery.com

 

Press and Communication of BMS Program: Júlia Meriqui

Telephone: +55 (11) 5582-5758 – e-mail bmspress@abimaq.org.br