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Germany-based global auxiliary equipment maker Motan-Colortronic is demonstrating the scope and permanent nature of its commitment to the Brazilian market by establishing a new subsidiary there, according to a statement issued by the company. The company has enjoyed a number of years of robust growth in Brazil and is now opening Motan-Colortronic do Brasil LTDA in Piracicaba, in the region of São Paulo.

Karen Laird

November 25, 2013

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Motan-Colortronic sets up shop in Brazil

The formal signing of the contract took place at the Motan-Colortronic booth at K 2013 last month in Düsseldorf. Beat Amrein, managing director of the new office, and Jefferson F. S. Macedo signed on behalf of Motan-Colortronic do Brasil.

The move, prompted by the importance of the South American market and its strong growth potential, will enable the company to reached customers in this market directly and quickly, which fits in with the service strategy of the Motan group. "Up to now, our customers in Brazil and elsewhere in South America have been supported through sales partners and our other subsidiaries in Europe. With the new office in Piracicaba, our customers now have the advantages of a local subsidiary within an international network," Beat Amrein said.

As the market in this region continues to expand, the demand for application-orientated consultancy, faster project development and comprehensive customer service has continued to grow, as have the quality demands of the South American market. The Motan group, which prides itself on being the leading provider of sustainable materials handling, aims to meet these needs with its new sales and service subsidiary, which will offer the newest equipment and advanced systems for direct support of the plastics market in the region. These will include innovative modular system solutions for storage, drying and crystallization, conveying, dosing and mixing of raw materials for the plastics producing and processing industry. 

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