Organized by the BMS Program, Brazilian companies will participate in the 31st International Fair in Bogotá in September
The machinery and equipment Brazilian industry will be represented by 17 companies in the 31st. International Fair of Bogota – FIB 2016 which is a multi-sector event consolidated as the most important opportunity to exchange new technologies applied to all productive industries of the continent, will take place between September 26th until 30th, at the Corferias International Business and Exhibition Center in Bogota. Brazil Machinery Solutions (BMS) Program, which has organized the Brazilian participation in this event, is the outcome of the partnership between the Brazilian Agency for Promotion of Exports and Investments (Apex-Brazil)]and the [Brazilian Association of Machinery and Equipment Industry (ABIMAQ)].
In an area larger than 250m², the BMS pavilion will host Brazilian manufacturers of machines and equipment for the food, mining, pumps, generators, mechanical transmission, machine tools, among others. The goal is to exceed the results of the latest edition of the FIB, which occurred in 2014 in negotiations with buyers from countries such as Colombia, Ecuador, Chile, Guatemala, Venezuela, Peru, Costa Rica and Panama. This year the BMS program will count with one more company than in the last edition.
According to Abimaq Foreign Trade Executive Director and BMS Program Manager, Klaus Curt Müller, Colombia was the 10th market of machinery and equipment for Brazil, with exports around US $ 253 million recorded in 2015. The three main segments exported to the Colombian market are: machines and heavy equipment, road machinery and agricultural machinery. Together, the three sectors accounted for $ 119 million in Brazilian exports to that country last year. “From January to July this year, Brazil already exported US $ 116 million to Colombia, and these three sectors accounted for US $ 50.3 million in Brazilian exports to that country until July,” says the director.
Companies that will participate in the FIB 2016 BMS Program
ARVOS BRASIL EQUIPAMENTOS LTDA
CARTON ACCESS LTDA. EPP
EIRICH INDUSTRIAL LTDA
HYVA DO BRASIL HIDRÁULICA LTDA
IND. COM. DE FACAS PARA CORTE E VINCO PLAST FACA LTDA. EPP
INDÚSTRIAS ROMI S.A.
KAWAMAC INDÚSTRIA E COMÉRCIO DE MÁQUINAS LTDA
MARGUI MÁQUINAS LTDA
NEUMAN & ESSER AMERICA DO SUL LTDA
PIERALISI DO BRASIL LTDA.
RICEFER EQUIPAMENTOS INOX LTDA
SELGRON INDUSTRIAL LTDA
SITRON – SMART ELETRÔNICOS EIRELLI
TECMAES TECNOLOGIA DE MÁQUINAS ESPECIAIS LTDA.
TOX PRESSOTECHNIK DO BRASIL IND.COM. DE EQUIP. LTDA.
VULKAN DO BRASIL LTDA.
ZOLLERN TRANSMISSÕES MECÂNICAS LTDA.
About Apex-Brazil – The Agência Brasileira de Promoção de Exportações e Investimentos (Apex-Brasil) 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: www2.apexbrasil.com.br. www.apexbrasil.com.br
About ABIMAQ – The Associação Brasileira da Indústria de Máquinas e Equipamentos (ABIMAQ) was founded in 1975 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, stimulate 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) 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 more than 300 company members acting in various sectors, such as agriculture, textiles, mining, plastics, packaging, and machine tools, among others. For more information visit: www.brazilmachinery.com