At Plasticos Brasil, the Group confirms the strategic importance of the Brazilian production site, a point of reference for the whole of South America
“Today, RadiciGroup’s has a consolidated and strategic presence in South America,” states Jane Campos, South America Country Manager for RadiciGroup High Performance Polymers, with pride. “It was 1998 when the Group first established itself, with its own production site in Brazil, near São Paulo. Over the last 25 years, it has grown in expertise, know-how and production capacity.”
RadiciGroup is taking part in Plasticos Brasil (stand K038) – the local exhibition that’s a point of reference for the polymer sector and will run from 27 to 31 March in São Paulo – thus confirming the strategic importance of the Brazilian and South American market for its activity of producing and selling technopolymers for engineering.
Jane Campos continues: “Over the years, the Radici family proceeded to invest in our country, with a firm belief in its prospects for development in the automotive, electrical/electronic and consumer and industrial goods markets. From being ‘outsiders’ we became reference suppliers for these sectors, with many customers recognising the high quality of our products and reliability of our service. That was possible thanks to a robust commitment from the owners and support from High Performance Polymers’ central structure, as well as a gradual, substantial investment plan to ensure growth, sustainability and innovation in the business.”
“Brazil and South America are highly strategic for the High Performance Polymers Business Area,” stated Maurizio Radici, Vice-President and COO of RadiciGroup, “and can count on a global structure distinguished by a network of production and sales units in Europe, North and South America and Asia, allowing the needs of global and local customers to be met with an exhaustive, innovative and sustainable offering. That’s why, here too, we have gradually chosen to bolster our presence with new, modern production lines, increasing production capacity and consequently our efficiency.”