The Brazilian Association of Companies of Components for Leather, Footwear and Manufactured Goods -ASSINTECAL- through the By Brasil Components, Machinery and Chemicals program, carried out in conjunction with the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency -APEX Brazil- will bring to Brazil 31 international buyers. The objective is for importers from Latin America and Europe to boost the international business generated during INSPIRAMAIS, which takes place on January 24th and 25th, 2023, at the Events Center of the Federation of Industries of the State of Rio Grande do Sul (FIERGS), in Porto Alegre/RS.
From the suppliers entity, they reported that in the first 10 months of 2022 more than US$ 350 million in components and materials were exported, mainly to countries in Latin America and Europe. The value was 14% higher than that registered in the same period of 2021.
INSPIRAMAIS, which will have more than 150 exhibitors, with an innovative and sustainable offer, is considered a point of launching trends for the manufactures industries. In addition to ASSINTECAL, the Centre for the Brazilian Tanning Industry -CICB-, the Brazilian Textile and Apparel Industry Association -ABIT- and the Brazilian Furniture Manufacturers Association -ABIMOVEL- participate.
Among the invited buyers are: Asunción Sánchez Jaen (Spain), Bata (Colombia), Bonefish Jeans (Mexico), Calzado Caprino (Colombia), Calzado Floga (Mexico), Calzado Mi Lord (Mexico), Calzado Roy (Guatemala), Capa de Ozono (Mexico), Casa Ortiz (Bolivia), Cloetas (Argentina), Clutch (Peru), Cuadra (Mexico), Eurocalzado (Guatemala), Eurofina (Romania), Fatto (Ecuador), Flora (Colombia), Cóndor (Peru), Lunazar (Mexico), Majestic (Colombia), Mir Kozhi (Russia), Mishka (Argentina), Pira Calzados (Argentina), Plumex (Portugal), Pretty Ballerinas (Spain), Quirelli (Mexico), Regina Romero (Mexico), Sandalias Caribeñas (Mexico), Santrade (Portugal), Smith Shoes (Colombia), Trendy Shoes (Mexico) and Wqalon (Peru).