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INDÚSTRIA BRASILEÑA DE TRANSFORMADOS PLÁSTICOS TRAE A 15 DISTINTAS EMPRESAS A COLOMBIAPLAST 2016

Quince empresas de Brasil llegan a Colombia con el apoyo del Programa Think Plastic Brazil para ofrecer lo mejor del empaque y otros transformados plásticos

 

El programa Think Plastic Brazil trae, por septima vez, los mejores productos de embalaje flexible y rígido de Brasil a Colombiaplast, que se celebrara desde el hoy, 26, hasta el 30 de septiembre en Corferias, Bogota. (pabellones 11-16, stand 913 A)

 

Quince fabricantes brasileños estarán presentando diversos plasticos transformados: empaques rígidos, flexibles y sus insumos; productos para agricultura y construcción civil, como cuerdas, mangueras, tubos, protecciones para pisos y ventanas; artículos para hogar y otros productos, como películas protectivas y vinílicos para pisos, tapicería y para la indústria automotriz.

 

Colombia es un importante aliado comercial de Brasil y uno de los principales mercados del programa Think Plastic Brazil por casi 10 años. En 2016, fue el 6º principal destino de las exportaciones de sus asociados entre los meses de enero a julio, un aumento del 10,6 % con respecto al mismo período del año pasado. En total, 38 empresas asociadas con el Think Plastic Brazil hizo negocios con el país em el primer semestre.

 

La importante participación de empresas brasileñas en el mercado colombiano es resultado de una estrategia a largo plazo, con la participación – desde el año 2004 , de eventos que se celebran en el país : Colombiaplast y Andina Pack.

 

QUINCE PRODUCTORES BRASILEROS EN UN SOLO STAND

 

CROMEX S/A

Empresa líder en el mercado brasileño de concentrados de color, con 40 años de experiencia, que conjuga la competencia con la calidad de los productos y el reconocimiento de los clientes. Cromex exporta sus productos para más de 60 países de América del Norte, América Latina, Europa Occidental, Este Europeo y otros. Certificada con las normas ISO 9001, 14001 y OHSAS 18001, la empresa cuenta con laboratorios especializados y tecnología de punta para investigación y desarrollo de nuevos productos, en conformidad con las especificaciones del mercado internacional. Calidad, productividade, participación y, sobretodo, atención al mercado, son las referencias que hacen diferencia de los productos Cromex presentados a las industrias nacionales e internacionales.

www.cromex.com.br

 

EMBAQUIM

Embaquim es pionera en Brasil en la producción de embalajes bag in box. Su experiencia, creatividad e innovación son basadas en los principios del desarrollo sostenible. Produce bolsas desde 800 ml hasta 1000 litros. La cartera de productos incluye desde bobinas hasta bolsas con variedad de tapas. La producción cuenta con equipos automatizados, la materia prima es 100% virgen y no tóxica. La certificación ISO 9001:2008 por BVQI, asegura a Embaquim la total trazalidad de sus productos, probado en sus características físico-químicas y la utilización de la simulación.

www.embaquim.com.br

 

GDM

GDM Plasticos es  una empresa especializada en envases y películas flexibles de alta performance  em Brasil.  Cuenta con modernos equipos de coextrusión de origen alemana y austríaca para la producción de  stretch-film,  CPP – cast polypropylene,  y películas sofisticadas para aplicaciones en embalajes laminadas y metalizadas. Dichas estructuras permiten obtener películas con espesor desde 15 micrones hasta 100 micrones  con equipos de control de espesor en línea. La empresa utiliza las mejores prácticas de gestión de calidad.  GDM innova constantemente y desarrolla nuevos productos a traves de alianzas estratégicas con sus proveedores de matérias primas considerando siempre las necesidades de sus clientes.

www.gdmplasticos.com.br

 

GLOBOPLAST

Presente en el mercado desde hace más de 10 años, Globoplast es una empresa que desarrolla y produce tubos plásticos extrudidos y tapas inyectadas, sirviendo a los segmentos de Cosméticos, Farmacéuticos y Veterinarios, Alimenticio y Químicos Industriales. Con una estructura moderna y planificada, permite total control de los procesos implicados y agilidad en el servicio y entrega de nuestros productos, además de la conducción de las más rigurosas pruebas en nuestro laboratorio, garantizando la calidad exigida. www.globoplast.com.br

 

GRUPO COPOBRAS

Con más de 40 años de experiencia, el Grupo Copobras se estableció como líder en el mercado plástico. Esa posición fue alcanzada gracias a la confianza de nuestros clientes, proveedores, empleados y de la comunidad que hizo toda la diferencia para que llegáramos hasta aquí. La empresa se renueva constantemente para seguir adelante.Producir con calidad, dentro de los estándares internacionales y sin perjudicar las futuras generaciones es una de las premisas del Grupo Copobras. Consciente de su responsabilidad, el Grupo trabaja para reducir los impactos ambientales, económicos y sociales, pues entiende que ser sustentable es respetar la comunidad, al medio ambiente, a los clientes, proveedores y empleados.

www.grupocopobras.com.br

 

ITACORDA

La empresa Itacorda, en el mercado desde 1988, siempre ha pensado en la calidad e innovación de sus productos, por esta razón invierte constantemente en nuevos y modernos equipos que le permiten la diversificación de su línea de producción. Hoy, actúa en el sector: pesquero, agropecuario, transporte y construcción civil, con una productividad que se basa en la satisfacción de sus clientes. Con sede en Penha (SC), la calidad Itacorda ha atravesado fronteras, actualmente, en el territorio nacional e internacional, la empresa es una referencia por su tecnología y por la calidad de la materia prima utilizada en sus productos.

www.itacorda.com.br

 

 

JAGUAR

Jaguar Plásticos es una empresa especializada en la producción de artículos de plásticos, ubicada en Jaguariúna en el estado de São Paulo, Brasil. Operando en el mercado desde hace 36 años, cuenta con una amplia línea de productos en los segmentos de Utilidades Domesticas y Embalajes Industriales, siendo una de las líderes nacionales de ambos sectores. La empresa cuenta con uno moderno parque industrial y inversión continua en la tecnología y personal, y es reconocida nacional e internacionalmente por la calidad de sus productos y servicios.

www.jaguarplasticos.com.br

 

PABOVI

Fundada en el 14 de febrero de 1986, Pabovi Indústria de Plásticos Ltda sigue pesquisando e invirtiendo en nuevos productos, siempre proveendo productos de alta calidad al mercado, desarrollados con tecnología de punta. Produce mangueras y tubos con materiales nobles y exclusivos como el PVC y polietileno de baja densidade, ofreciendo así productos con alto rendimiento, fácil de observar en su estructura y capacidad, que a su vez cumple con los más exigentes usuarios presentes en la construcción civil, la industria, el hogar y el jardín y la agricultura.

www.pabovi.com.br

 

PARNAPLAST

Desde su fundación, en 1974, Parnaplast hace constante inversiones en equipos y en cualificación profesional para desarrollar embalajes aun más innovadores, resistentes y confiables, que agraden a los clientes y a los consumidores. La empresa es referencia nacional e internacional, reconocida por su tecnología, seriedad y competencia entre las industrias de embalajes flexibles en Brasil y en el extranjero. La filosofía del equipo Parnaplast es siempre desarrollar soluciones diferenciadas, modernas y efectivas en embalajes que agreguen valor a los productos, por medio de grandes alianzas y de una excelente logística. Todo porque el foco de Parnaplast es construir una relación sólida y productiva de alianza, contribuyendo constantemente para la evolución y el fortalecimiento del negocio de nuestros clientes.

www.parnaplast.com.br

 

PROMAFLEX

La compañía Promaflex, desde su fundación en 1988 actúa en el mercado de protección de superficies y cintas autoadhesivas. Creció con la diversificación de las aplicaciones de películas protectoras para formica, laminados de plástico y metal, chapas pre pintadas, vidrio, alfombras y construcción civil. Con el desarrollo de una unidad única para la aplicación de adhesivo de caucho, fue posible proteger a toda la línea de compuestos de aluminio y acero inoxidable.

Se desarrolló al largo de los años una estrecha asociación de negocios con las más grandes y prestigiosas empresas brasileñas y multinacionales del sector, garantizando así el acceso a la última tecnología en el desarrollo de sus productos, convirtiéndose en un player internacional con foco a la exportación a gran volumen y constantes innovaciones en el mercado interno.

www.promaflex.com.br

 

 

SCHWANKE

Schwanke inició sus actividades em 1951, beneficiando a los resíduos textiles, y 60 años después ya produce uma completa línea de limpieza. Cuenta con productos de alta calidad y es la primera em ventas de paños de limpieza en Brasil. Cuenta hoy con uma línea de productos de limpieza para el hogar con la marca ALKLIN, BRILHEX y una línea para limpieza de autos con la marca AUTOKLIN.

www.schwanke.com.br

 

VALFILM

Valfilm es una empresa brasileña especializada en el desarrollo, fabricacíon y comercialización de embalajes flexibles de polietileno. Su parque industrial posee una capacidad productiva instalada mensual de 14.000 toneladas. Las plantas de Valfilm están estratégicamente localizadas en Lorena (São Paulo), Itamonte (Minas Gerais), Camaçari (Bahia) y Manaus (Amazônia), con 90.000 metros cuadrados de área construida, sus fábricas pueden rápida y seguramente entregar embalajes plásticos flexibles a todo el Brasil y otros países. Inversiones en procesos tecnológicos, mano de obra especializada y 30 años de experiencia han consolidado a Valfilm como una de las mayores y más eficientes compañías del sector, ganando así la satisfacción y confianza de sus clientes.

www.valfilm.com.br

 

VIDEPLAST

Videplast se ha consolidado como una de las principales y mayores empresas de envases flexibles de Brasil, resultado del esfuerzo y compromiso de todos los que colaboran para el crecimiento sustentable de la empresa. Desde 1986 en el mercado de envases flexibles, Videplast cuenta con un moderno parque industrial, uno de los más diversificados de América Latina. Con más de 2.500 empleados Videplast posee cinco unidades fabriles, localizadas en los estados de Santa Catarina, Goiás, Mato Grosso, Rio de Janeiro y Paraná. Todas están situadas estratégicamente, cerca de los mayores frigoríficos e industrias de alimentos de Brasil. Con el desarrollo de una serie de productos con estándar internacional de calidad y a precios competitivos, Videplast transforma cerca de 5,5 mil toneladas de resinas poliméricas en envases flexibles mensualmente.

www.videplast.com.br

 

ZARAPLAST

En el mercado hace más de 40 años, Zaraplast crece y sobresale por su filosofía de producir embalajes de calidad y ofrecer los mejores servicios a sus cliente. La práctica de esta filosofía garantiza la posición de Zaraplast entre las más importantes industrias de embalajes en el continente americano. El Grupo Zaraplast cuenta con 9 fábricas donde trabajan más de 2 mil profesionales calificados, que producen embalajes plásticos comercializados en Brasil y en el extranjero. Los embalajes producidos en Zaraplast están presentes en las industrias de alimentos, higiene y limpieza, químicas y petroquímicas, fertilizantes y otras.

www.zaraplast.com.br

 

VULCAN

Desde 1948 , Vulcan trabaja en Brasil con la tecnología de laminado plástico . Su sede se encuentra en Río de Janeiro , con una superficie total de 128.000 m² . Fabrica productos procesados ​​por calandrado , recubrimiento por extensión , laminación e impresión , como Vulcabrilho, Com-Tact, etc.

www.vulcan.com.br

 

EL PROGRAMA THINK PLASTIC BRAZIL

 

El Programa Think Plastic Brazil tiene cerca de 100 empresas asociadas, de las cuales aproximadamente 35 están especializadas en empaque e son reconocidas por su diversidad y calidad. Estas empresas exportan a más de 30 países en Europa, norte América, sur América y África.

Think Plastic Brazil fue creado en diciembre 2003 cuando la cadena integrada de plástico de Brasil, en sociedad con el Ministerio de Desarrollo, Industria y Comercio Exterior a través de Apex-Brasil (Agencia Brasileña de Promoción de Exportaciones e Inversiones), tuvieron la iniciativa de promover las exportaciones de productos plásticos transformados bajo la coordinación del Instituto Brasileño del Plástico (INP).

Esta gran muestra de las empresas brasileñas que llegan a México estará presente durante la feria Expo Pack 2016, del 17-20 de mayo.

 

Contacto: Cristina Sacramento

E-mail: cristina.sacramento@thinkplasticbrazil.com

Teléfono: + 55 (11) 982 451 016 (mobile)

Sítio Web: www.thinkplasticbrazil.com

Home & Housewares International Show

Contact Information:  Iara Saad – Marketing and Communications Specialist

Phone Number: + 55 (11) 970 406 500

E-mail: marketing@thinkplasticbrazil.com

CHICAGO, IL (2016, March) — The Brazilian Plastic Pavillion will feature 38 companies and their attractive plastic housewares at the Home & Housewares International Show in Chicago, from Saturday, March 5th through Tuesday, March 8th. They will showcase their portfolio of tableware, kitchenware, bath ware, organizers, office and stationery products and much more in the North Pavilion, Booth # N7963. Brazilian plastic housewares are highly appreciated for their quality, diversity and creative design.

Many of those companies will also participate in the Global Design Points Gallery, where the products representing Brazilian design will be showcased.

Appreciated for their quality, diversity and creative design, Brazilian plastic housewares will, once again, be presented at the the Think Plastic Brazil Program booth at the Home & Housewares International Show, in Chicago (IL).  Thirty eight Brazilian companies will showcase their portfolio of tableware, kitchenware, bathware, organizers, office and stationery products and much more at McCormick Place North Pavillion, Booth #N7963 from from Saturday, March 5th through Tuesday, March 8th.

This trade show is very important to our members with focus in North, Central and Latin America and we have an outstanding lineup of colorful new products from our participating vendors,” said Marco Wydra, Executive Manager of Think Plastic Brazil, the export promotion program of converted plastic products carried out by the Brazilian Plastic Institute and the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil).

Last year, with 22 companies, the Brazilian Pavillion generated more than 340 qualified contacts with international buyers, USD 510.000 in business deals on site and over USD 5,8 million in estimated deals for the following 12 months.

Profile of Brazilian Companies Exhibitors at IHA Show 2016

 

Acrimet: www.acrimet.com.br

Agraplast: www.agraplast.com.br

Anodilar: www.anodilar.com.br

Arthi: www.arthi.com.br

 Bandeirante: www.indbandeirante.com.br

Bettanin: www.bettanin.com.br

Belchior: www.belchior.com.br

Brinox: www.brinox.com.br

Cisper & CIV: www.cisper.com.br

Condor: www.condor.ind.br

 Dello: www.dello.com.br

Domo: www.domo.ind.br

Itacorda: www.itacorda.com.br

Jaguar: www.jaguar.ind.br

Kos: www.kos.com.br

Limppano: www.limppano.com.br

Marbel: www.marbelplast.com.br

Maxeb:  www.maxeb.com.br

Metaltru: www.metaltru.com.br

 MGR: www.excelencia.ind.br

 Mondial: www.mondialine.com.br

Mor: www.mor.com.br

Multbox: www.dejota.com.br

Naxos: www.naxos.net.br

Neopan: www.neopan.com.br

Ou: www.ou.com.br

Plasnew: www.plasnew.com.br

Plasútil: www.plasutil.com.br

Plasvale: www.plasvale.com.br

Sanremo: www.sanremo.com.br

São Bernardo: www.saobernardo.ind.br

Schwanke: www.schwanke.com.br

Simonaggio: www.simonaggio.com.br

Stéfani: www.ceramicastefani.com.br

Termolar: www.termolar.com.br

Vasart: www.vasart.com.br

Waleu: www.waleu.com.br

Yuze: www.yuze.com.br

About Think Plastic Brazil Program

Think Plastic Brazil Program was created in December 2003 to promote the exports of converted plastic products under the coordination of Brazilian Plastic Institute – INP and the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency – Apex-Brasil. It offers Brazilian supply sources, production outsourcing and partnership to foreign industries and markets, and counts on a highly skilled team. It acts as an interface between Brazilian manufacturers and international buyers of plastic products. The objective of Think Plastic Brazil is to increase the exports of finished plastic products by encouraging Brazilian converters to venture into exports, to help them develop and expand their overseas business and to establish a substantial international operation.

Think Plastic Brazil Program (38 Brazilian manufacturers in one booth)

Mc Cormick Place – Chicago – North Pavilion, booth #N7963_

International Home & Housewares Show –  March 5th to 8th

 

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Brazilian design in plastics at Ambiente 2016

Appreciated for their quality, diversity and creative design, Brazilian plastic housewares will, once again, be presented at the the Think Plastic Brazil Program booth at the Ambiente show, in Frankfurt.  Nine Brazilian companies will showcase their portfolio of tableware, kitchenware, bathware, organizers, office and stationery products and much more at Messe Frankfurt, Hall 5.0, Booth #C44 from February 12th to 16th.

“Ambiente show is an excellent opportunity to get in touch with buyers from Europe and Africa, a very important event in our annual calendar,” says Marco Wydra, executive-manager of the Think Plastic Brazil program.

Last year, with 8 companies, the Brazilian Pavillion generated more than 140 qualified contacts with international buyers, USD 42.000 in business deals on site and over USD 2,2 million in estimated deals for the following 12 months.

Get to know the nine brazilian companies that will showcase their products at Think Plastic Brazil’s booth:

BRINOX – The Brinox Group is one of the largest manufactures of housewares in Brazil, was founded in 1988 in the industrial hub of Caxias do Sul. Coza is the major brand of plastic housewares with design and has more than 50 nacional and international design awards that recognize and prove the quality and innovation of the brand design.

JAGUAR – Established in the market for more than 30 years, Jaguar offers three lines: Housewares, with more than 200 products, Industrial Packaging and Taylor Made Projects.

MAXEB – Founded in 1961, MAXEB having exported to over 30 countries and being present at major retail chains such as: Wal Mart, Carrefour, Casino, Leroy Merlin, Saint Gobain, Sodimac and others. The products merge the best features of design with functionality and quality.

METALTRU – Metaltru is a inovative company that is known for its dynamism and creativity of mixing materials. Producing everything inside the industry Metaltru always offers a wide range of solutions for its customers.

OU – Ou is located in southern Brazil at the industrial park of the city of Caxias do Sul – RS. Our company specializes in creating, developing and manufacturing decoration, organization and houseware items. Ou has been a prominent feature among the most innovating companies in Brazil for over 10 years by investing in technical development and design.

PLASUTIL – Plasutil has started the activities in 1986 and became the main plastic house utilities company in Brazil. This Strong leadership consolidated thanks to the continuous process of development of products, supported by a high technology manufacturing process and motivated team of employees.

SÃO BERNARDO – Founded in 1959, its line includes around 200 household utensils, such as tool boxes, shelves, set of drawers and CD-cases, that are sold all over Brazil, and are also export to more than 20 countries.

TERMOLAR – It has been 56 years that TERMOLAR offers to the market, thermal conservation solutions with high quality and compromised with our partners. We produce 8 million products annually destined to different environments: work, home and leisure.

YUZE – Yuze is an innovative company, which began its activities in 2012, being the first Brazilian firm using advanced ceramics in the domestic housewares market.
The start of activities took place with a market research and two types of products: a knife sharpener and ceramic knives. Currently, the company focuses on strengthening its distribution channels, through its network of sales representatives in Brazil but is also seeking business opportunities abroad.

ABOUT THINK PLASTIC BRAZIL PROGRAM

The Think Plastic Brazil Program was created in December 2003, when the Brazilian integrated plastic chain, ranked among the 10 largest in the world and renowned or its advanced skilled workforce, in partnership with the Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade through Apex-Brasil (Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency), took the decision to promote the exports of converted plastic products under the coordination of the Brazilian Plastic Institute (INP).

The program counts more than 100 associated companies, half of them specialized in plastic housewares products. These companies export to more than 86 countries in Europe, North and South Americas and Africa. Their exports in 2015 were about US$ 251 million, a value increase of 6,2% compared to 2014.

 

Export Plastic Program brings Brazilian design in plastic housewares to Ambiente 2011

For the third consecutive year, the Export Plastic Program brings the best in plastic housewares from Brazil to Ambiente, held from February 11 to February 15 in Frankfurt, Germany.

Seven Brazilian companies will be exposing their portfolio of tableware, kitchenware, bathware, organizers, office and stationery products and more in hall 5.0, booth D45. The Brazilian plastic houseware products are known for its quality, diversity and creative design.

The Export Plastic Program has 70 associated companies, 40 of them specialized in plastic houseware products. These companies export to more than 30 countries in Europe, North and South America and Africa. Their exports of housewares in 2010 were about US$ 36 million, a value increase of 12,5% in 2010 compared to 2009.

In the 2010 edition of Ambiente, 13 Brazilian companies participated in the program’s booth and made 462 contacts with international buyers. The business volume during the show reached US$240,000 in contracts, plus other US$1,5 million expected for the following 12 months.

About the Export Plastic Program

The Export Plastic Program was created in December 2003 when the Brazilian integrated plastic chain, ranked among the 10 largest in the world and renowned or its high technology as well as for the qualification of its human resources, in partnership with the Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade through Apex-Brasil (Brazilian Trade and Investiment Promotion Agency), took the decision to promote the exports of converted plastic products under the coordination of Brazilian Plastic Institute (INP).

The objective of the Export Plastic Program is to increase the exports of finished plastic products through encouraging Brazilian converters to venture into exports, to help them develop and expand their overseas business and to establish a substantial international operation.

Export Plastic Program (7 Brazilian manufacturers in one booth)
Hall 5.0, booth D45, Ambiente

February 11th to February 15th

For further press information about the Export Plastic Program, please contact:
Iara Bentes – Phone: +55 11 2148-4776 | +55 11 8285-4555
E-mail: iara.bentes@exportplastic.com
Website: www.exportplastic.com

 

Source: Think Plastic Brazil

Export Plastic Program brings Brazilian design in plastic to Home & Housewares International Show 2011

For the sixth consecutive year, the Export Plastic Program brings the best in plastic housewares from Brazil to Home & Housewares International Show, held from March 6th to March 8th in Chicago, USA.

Twenty four Brazilian manufacturers will be exposing their portfolio of tableware, kitchenware, bathware, organizers, office and stationery products and more in north pavillion, booth N7335. The Brazilian plastic houseware products are known for its quality, diversity and creative design.

One of the attractions the program brings this year is the Brazilian Design Showcase, where visitors will be able to see eight pieces that represent the design from Brazil in products such as pet accessories, lemon squeezers, baskets, woven bins, baby.

The Export Plastic Program has 70 associated companies, 40 of them specialized in plastic houseware products. These companies export to more than 30 countries in Europe, North and South America and Africa. Their exports of housewares in 2010 were about US$ 36 million, a value increase of 12,5% in 2010 compared to 2009.

In the 2010 edition of Home & Housewares, 16 Brazilian companies participated in the program’s booth and made 590 contacts with international buyers. The business volume during the show reached US$708.000 in contracts, plus other US$4,7 million expected for the following 12 months.

About the Export Plastic Program

The Export Plastic Program was created in December 2003 when the Brazilian integrated plastic chain, ranked among the 10 largest in the world and renowned or its high technology as well as for the qualification of its human resources, in partnership with the Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade through Apex-Brasil (Brazilian Trade and Investiment Promotion Agency), took the decision to promote the exports of converted plastic products under the coordination of Brazilian Plastic Institute (INP).

The objective of the Export Plastic Program is to increase the exports of finished plastic products through encouraging Brazilian converters to venture into exports, to help them develop and expand their overseas business and to establish a substantial international operation.

Export Plastic Program (24 Brazilian manufacturers in one booth)
North Pavillion, booth #N7335
Home & Housewares International Show
March 6th to 8th

 

Source: Think Plastic Brazil

The Export Plastic Program brings Brazilian diversity in plastic housewares products to ASD Las Vegas Variety & Value Show

The Export Plastic Program brings, for the fourth time, the best in plastic housewares from Brazil to ASD LV Variety & Value Show, held from July 31 to August June 03 in Las Vegas, USA.

Brazilian plastic housewares are known for both their quality and diversity. Eight manufacturers from Brazil will be presenting their assortment of plastic housewares.

The Export Plastic Program has about 70 member companies. 40 of them specializing in plastic housewares. Together, these companies export to more than 50 countries in Europe, North America, South America and Africa for an export volume of US$ 36 million in 2010, a 12,5% increase when compared to 2009.

About the Export Plastic Program

The Export Plastic Program was created in December 2003 through collaboration between the Brazilian integrated plastic supply chain (ranked among the 10 largest in the world and renowned for its high technology as well as the quality of its human resources) and Apex-Brasil (Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency).

Under the coordination of the Brazilian Plastic Institute (INP), the Export Plastic Program seeks to promote the export of finished plastic products by encouraging Brazilian plastic converter industries to substantially develop and expand their business overseas. For buyer’s market, that support means more quality as a supplier, better answer to the demands and specifications, knowledge about local culture and meeting deadlines.

Profile of Brazilian Companies exhibitors at Variety

Cobrirel: Cobrirel is a company that operates in the household utilities markets in Brazil, in addition to producing plastic components for the electro-electronics, automotive, telecommunications and home appliances industries, among others. The company began its activities in 1972 and since 1989, started to strongly operate in the household utilities market. Today, this line over 50 products for the kitchen, garden, bathroom, organizes, water dispensing accessories, hangers, school lunch, floors, casters, etc.

Kos: Kos Acrylics is part of a business group that has more than 40 years. With new product launches on the market more than seven years. Kors carries a complete line of top quality products divided in five categories: tableware, kitchenware, hotel & restaurant, giftware and promotional, which advanced designs, made entirely acrylic.

Multbox: Located in Sao Paulo, Multbox has as a goal to guarantee the quality of their products and services. With over 35 years of tradition in injection and lamination of termoplastic, acts in several segments with: Industrial reel, drawers, tool, fishing and medicines cases, laminated and Techniques parts. A certified company ISO 9001, aims to follow the growth of the technological sophistication of the national and international market.

Naxos: Naxos is in the market of home appliances offering reliable, safe and easy to use quality products. Its products are sold throughout Brazil and abroad. Its flexible structure provides fast delivery, fair prices and guaranteed customer satisfaction. Naxos sells the Lume lighter, which is a trusted brand present in the Brazilian’s lives for 20 years due to its quality. Naxos is a SGS certified company.

Plasutil: A leader in the Brazilian Plastic Market and present in over 30 countries, with a product range of more than 700 Plastic Housewares items which combine high quality, modern design and functionality.

Oky Replasmac: Is a plastic injection company that has been operating in the technical parts market for 20 years. It developed the Oky brand for the domestic appliance area, with the objective of innovating and transforming common products into special pieces. It operates in four specific areas (appliances, lighting, gardening and design), though the application of details and blending transparencies and colors, new solutions and practically.

Schwanke: founded in 1951, it’s located in the South of Brazil. It manufactures plastic cleaning housewares and nonwoven products from natural and synthetic fibers.

Tritec: With 20 years market experience, Tritec is specialized in the industrialization and commercialization of plastic products designed for domestic utilities, children’s line and the packaging line for food products. Tritec is a transforming company operating in the most diverse manufacturing processes, the main one being injection.

 

The Export Plastic Program with Eight Brazilian Manufacturers
Las Vegas Convention Center South Hall, Upper Level
Booth #: V3704

ASD Las Vegas Variety & Value 2011 – July 31 to August 3

 

For further press information about the Export Plastic Program, please contact:

Gilberto Agrello
Phone: 1-786-683-9499 (during the show) | + 1 305 832 1434 (direct) | +55 11 2148-4773 (office)
E-mail: gilberto@exportplastic.com

Source: Think Plastic Brazil

Export Plastic Program showcases Brazilian flexible and rigid packaging products in plastic to Andina-Pack 2011

For the fourth time, the Export Plastic Program brings the best in plastic flexible and rigid packaging from Brazil to Andina-Pack, held from November 8th to November 11th in Bogota, Colombia.

Eighteen Brazilian manufacturers will be presenting various types of packaging, BOPP films, laminated /coated films, packaging materials for food industry, beverages and cosmetics industries. Shrink and stretch films, rigid packaging, polypropylene bags, big-bags, bags on rolls, PVC cling film, food containers, industrial packaging, woven PP fabric, plastic disposables, lids, bottles & jars and masterbatches pigments concentrates that the companies will bring companies from Brazil to Colombia. All this can be seen at booth # 629-827.

The Export Plastic Program has more than 70 associated companies, 30 of them specialized in packaging and recognized for its quality and diversity. These companies export to more than 30 countries in Europe, North and South America and Africa. Their exports in 2010 were about US$ 213 million, a value increase of 74,6% in 2010 compared to 2009. Colombia appears, in the first semester of 2011, as the ninth export market for Brazilian plastics.

About The Export Plastic Program

The Export Plastic Program was created in January 2004 when the Brazilian integrated plastic chain, ranked among the 10 largest in the world and renowned or its high technology as well as for the qualification of its human resources, in partnership with the Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade through Apex-Brasil (Brazilian Trade and Investiment Promotion Agency), took the decision to promote the exports of converted plastic products under the coordination of Brazilian Plastic Institute (INP).

The objective of the Export Plastic Program is to increase the exports of finished plastic products through encouraging Brazilian converters to venture into exports, to help them develop and expand their overseas business and to establish a substantial international operation.

 

Export Plastic Program (eighteen Brazilian manufacturers in one booth)
Booth # 629-827
Andina Pack- November 08th to November 11th

Export Plastic Program brings Brazilian design in plastic housewares to Ambiente 2012

For the fourth consecutive year, the Export Plastic Program brings the best in plastic housewares from Brazil to Ambiente, held from February 10 to February 14 in Frankfurt, Germany.

Eight Brazilian companies will be exposing their portfolio of plastic tableware, kitchenware, bathware and more in hall 5.0, booth C44. The Brazilian plastic houseware products are known for its quality, diversity and creative design.

The Export Plastic Program has 70 associated companies, 40 of them specialized in plastic housewares. These companies export to more than 30 countries in Europe, Africa and North, Central and South America. Their exports of housewares in 2011 (until October) were about US$ 48 million, a value increase of 62% in comparison with the same period in 2010.

In the 2011 edition of Ambiente, 11 Brazilian companies participated in the program’s booth and made 175 contacts with international buyers. The business volume during the show reached US$140,000 in contracts, plus other US$ 2,1 million expected for the following 12 months.

About The Export Plastic Program

The Export Plastic Program was created in January 2004 when the Brazilian integrated plastic chain, ranked among the 10 largest in the world and renowned or its high technology as well as for the qualification of its human resources, in partnership with the Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade through Apex-Brasil (Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency), took the decision to promote the exports of converted plastic products under the coordination of Brazilian Plastic Institute (INP).

The objective of the Export Plastic Program is to increase the exports of finished plastic products through encouraging Brazilian converters to venture into exports, to help them develop and expand their overseas business and to establish a substantial international operation. For buyer’s market, that support means more quality as a supplier, better answer to the demands and specifications, knowledge about local culture and meeting deadlines.
Profile of Brazilian Companies exhibitors at Ambiente

Bettanin: It is leader in the market of household cleaning products, with more than 240 milion of pieces produced annually.

Grupo BB: The BB Group has successful brands in the plastic industry and promotional products – segment of Giftware, Housewares and Souvenirs.

Jaguar: Established in the market for more than 30 years, Jaguar offers three lines: Housewares, with more than 200 products, Industrial Packaging and Taylor Made Projects.

Plasútil: A leader in the Brazilian Plastic Market and present in over 30 countries, with a product range of more than 700 Plastic Housewares items which combine high quality, modern design and functionality.

Sanremo: Important player in the Plastic Housewares industry worldwide, Sanremo has been leading the Brazilian market of plasticware for over 40 years and expanding rapidly globally with business in over 50 countries worldwide.

Schwanke: Founded in 1951, it’s located in the South of Brazil. It manufactures plastic cleaning housewares and nonwoven products from natural and synthetic fibers.

São Bernardo: Founded in 1959, its line includes around 200 household utensils, such as tool boxes, shelves, set of drawers and CD-cases, that are sold all over Brazil, and are also export to more than 20 countries.

Plast-Leo: Manufacturer of plastic films, specialized in housewares items like shower curtains, aprons and shower mats.

 

Export Plastic Program (08 brazilian manufacturers in one booth)
Plastic Housewares by Brazil
Messe Frankfurt – Hall 5.0, booth C44
February 10th to February 14th

For further press information about the Export Plastic Program, please contact:
Nivalda Fonseca – Marketing and Communications Specialist
Phone: +55 11 2148-4776 (Office) / +55 11 8285-4555 (mobile)
E-mail: nivalda.fonseca@exportplastic.com
Sítio web: www.exportplastic.com

Source: Think Plastic Brazil

Home & Housewares to feature the best in Plastic Housewares from Brazil

More than 20 Brazilian companies showcase products and solutions

The Brazilian companies will feature attractive plastic housewares at the Home & Housewares International Show in Chicago, from Saturday March 10th through Tuesday March 13th. They will be showcasing their portfolio of tableware, kitchenware, bathware, organizers, office and stationery products and much more in the North Pavilion, Booth # N6324. The Brazilian plastic houseware products are highly appreciated for their quality, diversity and creative design.

As a special attraction, to promote knowledge about Brazil, members of the media attending our booth will be entitled to register for a chance to win a VIP Invitation to attend the “São Paulo Indy 300”, the IZOD IndyCar Series race to take place in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on April 29th, 2012. The winner will receive US-Brazil-US air tickets, courtesy of the Export Plastic Program, and lodging, meals, ground transfers and VIP access to the IndyCar events courtesy of Apex-Brasil.

The Export Plastic Program reunites about 70 member companies, 40 of them specialized in plastic houseware products. These companies export to more than 30 countries in Europe, North and South America and Africa. Their exports of housewares in 2011 amounted to about US$ 50 million, a value increase of 62% compared to 2010.

At the 2011 edition of Home & Housewares, 24 Brazilian companies participated in the program’s booth and made 411 successful contacts with international buyers. The volume of businesses resulting from the show reached US$ 365.000 in contracts, plus other US$ 2,1 million in deals expected to close during the following 12 months.

About the Export Plastic Program

The Export Plastic Program was created in December 2003, when the Brazilian integrated plastic chain, ranked among the 10 largest in the world and renowned or its high technology as well as for the qualification of its human resources, in partnership with the Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade through Apex-Brasil (the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency), took the decision to promote the exports of converted plastic products under the coordination of the Brazilian Plastic Institute (INP).

The objective of the Export Plastic Program is to increase the exports of finished plastic products through encouraging Brazilian converters to venture into exports, to help them develop and expand their overseas business and to establish a substantial international operation.

Profile of Brazilian Companies exhibitors at International Home & Housewares Show

Acrimet: Specialized in Office, Stationery & School accessories, this company invests a great deal in market research to attend more than 30 countries. In the USA, their products, such as office organizers, desktop accessories, card files, displays and others could be found at The Container Store.

Anodilar: Focused on the Food (institutional) and Housewares segment, this company produces more than 200 items such as meat mincers, sealed food containers, napkin dispensers, boxes, bottle holders, fruit and vegetable cutters, moulds, lamps, ladders and others.

Arthi: Arthi Comercial is today one of the leading companies in the Brazilian market of household utilities. Arthi manufactures table, cleaning, bathroom and gardening products, thus taking part of most Brazilian homes everyday.

Bandeirante: This company manufactures PET jars in a large variety of sizes and styles . It also offers a line of PET and PVC industrial containers. It exports currently to the USA, Latin America and the European Union.

BB Store: The BB Group has successful brands in the plastic industry and promotional products – segment of Giftware, Housewares and Souvenirs. Bringing to the market the concept of sustainable products, with the use of coconut or wood natural fibers composed with thermoplastics, as well as the concept of recyclable products, made with 100% of raw material packing postconsumer recycled Tetrapak.

Belchior: Focused in household products, this company offers a complete line of curtain and accessories in different models and colors. Using recycled raw materials, Belchior employs the standards hardwoods with a perfect finishing.

Bettanin: This is the leader in the household cleaning products market, with more than 240 million of pieces produced annually. The company constantly invests in products development to improve the consumers’ lives.

Brinox: Its one of the main largest manufacturers of household appliances in Brazil. The company’s main raw materials is stainless steel, but also manufactures products made of chromed steel, silicon, plastic, nylon, aluminum, among others. It currently have 2.000 items in its portfolio of products for kitchen, bathroom , laundry and decoration. In addition to solutions for the home, the company also operates in the corporate market such as hotels, bars and restaurants.

Cobrirel: This is a company that operates in the household utilities markets in Brazil, in addition to producing plastic components for the electro-electronics, automotive, telecommunications and home appliances industries, among others. Today, their portfolio includes over 50 products for the kitchen, garden, bathroom, organizers, water dispensing accessories, hangers, school lunch, floors, casters, etc.

Coza: This company invests in design and in a variety of compact plastic products that offer flexibility in modern day life. Unifying technology and beauty, the company offers more than 200 products in different lines, creating shapes and concepts for housewares.

Invicta: Since 1952, this company manufactures thermal bottles, jars and pots with glass inner, plastic insulated products and also a line of glass products.

Jaguar: Established in the market for more than 30 years, Jaguar offers three lines: Housewares, with more than 200 products, Industrial Packaging and Taylor Made Projects.

Martiplast: Specialized in creating, developing and manufacturing decoration, organizing and plastic houseware items. With over 280 products in its portfolio, Martiplast has been ranked among the most innovative companies in Brazil for over 15 years.

Multbox: Located in São Paulo, Multbox has as a goal to guarantee the quality of their products and services. With over 35 years of tradition in injection and lamination of thermoplastic, acts in several segments with: Industrial reel, drawers, tool, fishing and medicines cases, laminated and Techniques parts. A certified company ISO 9001, aims to follow the growth of the technological sophistication of the national and international market.

Naxos: Naxos is in the market of home appliances offering reliable, safe and easy to use quality products. Its products are sold throughout Brazil and abroad. Its flexible structure provides fast delivery, fair prices and guaranteed customer satisfaction. Naxos sells the Lume lighter, which is a trusted brand present in the Brazilian’s lives for 20 years due to its quality. Naxos is a SGS certified company.

Plastion: With design, innovation and technology, the company manufactures more than 120 plastic housewares items such as bathware accessories, kitchenware, office & stationary, tableware and beauty line. Without forgetting the responsibility to the environment, the company uses recycled materials in some product lines, aiming at diminishing the impact of excess generation of hazardous waste to the ecosystem.

Plast-Leo: Manufacturer of plastic films, specialized in housewares items such as shower curtains, aprons and shower mats.

Plasútil: A leader in the Brazilian Plastic Market and present in over 30 countries, with a product range of more than 700 Plastic Housewares items which combine high quality, modern design and functionality. Their products use an innovative technology named in mold label which the product images do not fade, do not scratch and can be washed and brought in the microwave.

PKZ: PKZ is the national leadership of bottles sector. It’s line is divided in three: Promotional (bottles, housewares, freesbes and personal care); Retail (children line, PET bottles, isothermal bottles) and Industrial (PET pots and packaging).

Sanremo: Important player in the Plastic Housewares industry worldwide, Sanremo has been leading the Brazilian market of plasticware for over 40 years and expanding rapidly globally with business in over 50 countries worldwide. The company offers to the buyers market everything in plastic housewares such organizers, products to kitchen, bath, cleanliness, laundry, landscape, children and pets, etc.

Soprano: The company develops its actions with a focus on customers of the segments retail, wholesale and household. Soprano offers the market products such as thermos dishes, isothermicals, thermos bottles and promotional products.

São Bernardo: Founded in 1959, its line includes around 200 household utensils, such as tool boxes, shelves, set of drawers and CD-cases, that are sold all over Brazil, and are also export to more than 20 countries.

Schwanke: Founded in 1951, it manufactures plastic cleaning housewares and nonwoven products from natural and synthetic fibers.

Tritec: With 20 years of experience in the market, Tritec is specialized in the industrialization and commercialization of plastic products designed for domestic utilities, children’s line and the packaging line for food products. Tritec is a transforming company operating in the most diverse manufacturing processes, the main one being injection.
Export Plastic Program (More than 20 Brazilian manufacturers in one booth)
Mc Cormick Place – Chicago – North Pavilion, booth #N6324
Home & Housewares International Show – March 10th to 13th

For further press information about the Export Plastic Program, please contact:
Nivalda Fonseca – Marketing and Communications Specialist
Phone: +55 11 2148-4776 (Office) / +55 11 8285-4555 (mobile)
E-mail: nivalda.fonseca@exportplastic.com
Website: www.exportplastic.com

Source: Think Plastic Brazil

NRA to feature professional plasticware from Brazil

Eight Brazilian companies will feature attractive plastic products at the National Restaurant Association Show in Chicago, from Saturday May 5th through Tuesday May 08th. They will be showcasing their portfolio of professional products, tableware, kitchenware, organizers and much more in the North Pavilion, Booth # N6245. The Brazilian plasticware is highly appreciated for their quality, diversity and creative design.

The Export Plastic Program reunites about 70 member companies. These companies export to more than 30 countries in Europe, North and South America and Africa. At the 2011 edition of NRA Show, 10 Brazilian companies participated in the program’s booth and made 300 successful contacts with international buyers from North America, Mexico, Japan, Uruguay, France, Australia and South Africa. The volume of businesses resulting from the show reached US$ 200.000 i in contracts, plus other US$ 800.000 million in deals expected to close during the following 12 months.

About the Export Plastic Program

The Export Plastic Program was created in December 2003, when the Brazilian integrated plastic chain, ranked among the 10 largest in the world and renowned or its high technology as well as for the qualification of its human resources, in partnership with the Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade through Apex-Brasil (the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency), took the decision to promote the exports of converted plastic products under the coordination of the Brazilian Plastic Institute (INP).

The objective of the Export Plastic Program is to increase the exports of finished plastic products through encouraging Brazilian converters to venture into exports, to help them develop and expand their overseas business and to establish a substantial international operation.

Profile of Brazilian Companies exhibitors at NRA Show

Acrimet: Specialized in Office, Stationery & School accessories, this company invests a great deal in market research to attend more than 30 countries. In the USA, their products, such as office organizers, desktop accessories, card files, displays and others could be found at The Container Store.

Anodilar: Focused on the Food (institutional) and Housewares segment, this company produces more than 200 items such as meat mincers, sealed food containers, napkin dispensers, boxes, bottle holders, fruit and vegetable cutters, moulds, lamps, ladders and others.

Belchior: Focused in household products, this company offers a complete line of curtain and accessories in different models and colors. Using recycled raw materials, Belchior employs the standards hardwoods with a perfect finishing.

Bettanin: This is the leader in the household cleaning products market, with more than 240 million of pieces produced annually. The company constantly invests in products development to improve the consumers’ lives.

Coza: This company invests in design and in a variety of compact plastic products that offer flexibility in modern day life. Unifying technology and beauty, the company offers more than 200 products in different lines, creating shapes and concepts for housewares.

Oxford: Focused on products as ceramic, porcelain and crystal tablewares, actually the company exports for more than 60 countries, being recognized on five continents for its quality and design.  Oxford is member of Glass Brasil, the project that incentive the Brazilian exports in this segment.

Plasútil: A leader in the Brazilian Plastic Market and present in over 30 countries, with a product range of more than 700 Plastic Housewares items which combine high quality, modern design and functionality. Their products use an innovative technology named in mold label which the product images do not fade, do not scratch and can be washed and brought in the microwave.

Sanremo: Important player in the Plastic Housewares industry worldwide, Sanremo has been leading the Brazilian market of plasticware for over 40 years and expanding rapidly globally with business in over 50 countries worldwide. The company offers to the buyers market everything in plastic housewares such organizers, products to kitchen, bath, cleanliness, laundry, landscape, children and pets, etc.

Export Plastic Program (More than 20 Brazilian manufacturers in one booth)
Mc Cormick Place – Chicago – North Pavilion, booth #N6324
National Restaurant Association Show – May 5th to 8th

For further press information about the Export Plastic Program, please contact:
Nivalda Fonseca – Marketing and Communications Specialist
Phone: +55 11 2148-4776 (Office) / +55 11 8285-4555 (mobile)
E-mail: nivalda.fonseca@exportplastic.com
Website: www.exportplastic.com

 

Source: Think Plastic Brazil