Composite fabricating equipment manufacturer Fibermaq (Sao Paulo, Brazil) plans to increase foreign sales, according to Christian de Andrade, director, and the plan is to make equipment exports account for at least 20 percent of the company’s annual revenue – the share was slightly above 5 percent last year.
To that end, the company will be exhibiting in November at the Feiplar event, Latin America’s largest trade fair for the composites industry. “We are inviting distributors from all over the world for meetings at our booth," says de Andrade. "We want to enter into partnerships with companies from all continents.” At the event, Fibermaq will discuss the details of its revamped portfolio of spray-up and gelcoat application units, RTM injection and filament winding machines.
The second step, says Andrade, is the participation as an exhibitor at JEC Europe 2015, a leading trade fair for the composites industry. “We have already reserved our space and we are excited to participate in the event for the first time.”
Companies interested in distributing Fibermaq’s equipment and accessories should contact de Andrade by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. For further information, please visit www.fibermaq.com.br.
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