The South Africa Trade Mission, which put 10 Agribusiness and Civil Construction companies in direct negotiation with buyers from the country, was a positive experience for the companies of Think Plastic Brazil, which adapted to the period of social distancing with an interactive system of pre-scheduled meetings. The action featured local experts, who did an extensive job of cross-checking data, a job tailored to each of the available products.
“Think Plastic Brazil was very assertive in the contacts achieved, ensuring synchrony with our profile of offers. It was a well-designed filter that brought together distributors, retailers and marketplace operators from various niche markets and a lot of potential. Bold believes in the South African market, and it will be our strategy later this year to seek a partner in the region. All customers were very open, and we have remained in touch, sending materials, clearing doubts, and sending budgets. We hope that we will have more events in this format, which is direct, practical and effective,” said Roger Juckes, from Bold’s international sales sector.
“The event was quite positive, well organized, with customers who fulfilled their commitments and followed the online agenda. We held good meetings, which were highly profitable, which brought us important information about the South African market. The buyers were important customers in the geomembrane market in South Africa, and it is now possible to carry out the price composition and implement logistics to ensure the feasibility of our efforts in the region,” said Daniel Meucci, from Neoplastic.