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Assintecal wants to expand business between Brazil and Asia
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Nov '10
The Brazilian leather, footwear and manufactured goods components sector is getting prepared for the 26th edition of the India International Leather Fair (IILF), scheduled to take place from January 31st through February 3rd, at the Chennai Trade Centre in Chennai.

The presence of the Brazilian companies at this trade fair will have the support of the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil) and of the Brazilian Association of Companies of Components for Leather, Footwear and Manufactured Goods (Assintecal), which will have a corporate booth to show the potential of components and supplies industries of the Brazilian footwear sector at one of the largest trade fairs in the Indian market.

With the objective of promoting the global leather and footwear market, one of the major characteristics of the fair is the wide range of products, styles and designs, which attract exporters, producers, tradespeople, and buyers. "Year after year, the Brazilian foreign market has been confirming its solid position, which makes easier international relations with India", points out Lisiane Kunst Bonhen, vice president of Assintecal's Foreign Market Department. "During the fair, our goal is to generate around 150 thousand dollars worth of business, and over 1 million during the next 12 months. We want to expand business between Brazil and Asian", says Ms Bonhen.

During the exhibition, the highlights will be the leather products, footwear components like soles, heels and vamps; leather garments; accessories, like belts, gloves, purses, and wallets; machinery and services. In addition to the business opportunities provided by the qualified profile of the visitors, the international fair will offer the companies an intense exchange of experiences with representatives from the components sector from different companies.

Brazilian Association of Companies of Components for Leather, Footwear and Manufactured Goods (Assintecal)


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