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A Guide for an Indian Exporter to Brazil | Page 1
A Guide for an Indian Exporter to Brazil | Page 1
EDITORIAL
A Guide for an
Indian Exporter to Brazil
2014
India and Brazil today enjoy a very rich, all-encompassing and more
importantly a potentially promising future relationship. At the
political level our top leaders get to meet and discuss issues of global
and bilateral importance during an active exchange of bilateral visits,
as well as in multiple forums such as UN, WTO, G-20, BRICS and IBSA.
At the Academic, Scientific and Cultural levels, interactions are
increasing both in quantitative and qualitative terms.
CONTENTS
04 Country Note on Brazil
05 Brazil - Fact Sheet
07 Identification of Potential Brazilian
Importers
08 Sector Reports with Importers
Directories
31 Useful Information for Exporters
•
Brazilian Government Procurement
•
Trade promotion
•
Trade Missions to Brazil
•
Business Travel
•
General Characteristics of Brazilian
Trade Practices
•
Litigation & Disputes
•
Administrative Procedures for
Importing in Brazil
•
General Tax Treatment for Imports
35 General Recommendations for
Exporters
•
Trade Habits
•
Important Tips
•
What not to do
37 Brazilian Government Agencies
involved with Foreign Trade
39 Key Brazilian Industry Associations
and Entities
Concept, Research and Editing:
Raj Srivastava, Deputy Chief of Mission
Assited by:
Ana Carolina Silva Nappo, Commercial Assistant
The trade and investment relationship has flourished at great speed
in the last decade and is very well poised for a quantum leap in the
coming decade. Two way investments between India and Brazil have
grown considerably in last five years. Over fifty Indian companies
such as OVL, Bharat Petroleum, Videocon, Tata, Novelis, Reliance,
Larsen & Toubro, TCS, Wipro, Infosys, Cadilla, Glenmark, Lupin,
Mahindra, Renuka Sugars, United Phosphorus and Polaris are present
in Brazil. Brazilian companies present in India include Marco Polo
(automobiles), Vale (biggest mining company), Stefanini (IT), Gerdau
(Steel). Brazil like India holds the potential of future global economic
growth. Presence and active participation in Brazilian economic
landscape would be very beneficial to Indian companies.
With less than US$ 200 million of bilateral trade a decade back we
have crossed US$ 10 billion in 2012. Our exports to Brazil have shown
resilience against the global economic crisis of 2008-10 and over the
last five years they have diversified both in the product varieties as
well as in their geographical reach in Brazil. This provides a critical
mass for further efforts to take our exports to Brazil to newer
heights. This requires understanding the local norms, procedures,
culture, and deep market research. This publication is an attempt in
that direction.
In this publication we have attempted to provide a very well
researched material to be used by Indian exporters for their future
ventures in Brazil. Brazil is a very big country and it requires a focused
approach to be more effective in business here. The publication
provides the useful information about Brazilian system, procedures,
business traits, and cultural characteristics. More importantly, it
presents a sectors specific market research of Brazilian companies
which have imported good quantity of products in respective
categories along with their contact details. This information would be
very useful for Indian exporters in planning their future market
exploration visits to Brazil in selecting the target cities and regions.
Published by
Embassy of India - Brasilia
SES 805, Lote 24, Brasilia-DF
70452901-Brazil
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States of Brazil
Brazil in South America
Commerce Hub of Brazil
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Country Note on Brazil
Geography
Located between longitudes 35 degrees and 74 degrees west and latitudes 5 degrees north and 35 degrees south,
Brazil is the world’s fifth largest country, with an area of 8.5 million sq. kms. Occupying 47.3 per cent of the landmass
of the South American continent, it is 2.6 times the size of India. It borders every country of South America except
Chile and Ecuador. It has a coastline of 7,407 kms on the Atlantic Ocean.
Demography
Brazil has a multi-racial society. It has seen considerable intermixing of migrants who have come from all over the
world: Portugal, Spain, Italy, Germany, Lebanon, Japan, Korea and China. There is also a large African population,
brought till the late 19th century as slave labour. A very small American Indian population (about 700,000) survives in
the Amazon and other remote areas. The total population of Brazil stands around 202 million people. The population
comprises of people of European origin, mixed race, African origin and of Japanese origin. However, despite racial
inter-mingling, political and economic power is monopolized by people of European origin.
Brazil is a monolingual country. Portuguese is the official language. The religion is predominantly Roman Catholic. A
cult of African origin, Candomble, is still strong among its people and has been allowed to co-exist with the Catholic
faith. 75 per cent of the population lives in urban areas, mainly on the east coast.
Political Set-up
Executive power is vested in the President. A two-chamber Congress exercises legislative power: the Lower House,
Chamber of Deputies with 513 members and the Senate having 81 members. Judiciary is independent. The country
consists of 26 states and one Federal District. President Dilma won the 2010 elections with a strong endorsement.
Brazil’s International Trading Patterns (based on 2013 figures)
Brazil imports close to US$ 240 billion worth of goods each year from:
China (US $37 b, Electrical machinery, Mechanical appliances, Organic chemicals), USA (US $36 b, Mechanical
Appliances, Processed petroleum products, Electrical machinery), Argentina (US $16 b, Automomobiles), Nigeria (US
$10 b, crude oil), South Korea (US $9.5 b, Electrical machinery, Automobiles, Mechanical appliances), Germany (US
$15 b, Mechanical Appliances, Processed petroleum products, Pharmaceuticals), Japan (US $7 b, Electrical machinery,
Mechanical appliances), Italy (US $6.7 b, Mechanical appliances, Electrical machinery), India (US $6.4 b, Diesel),
Mexico (US $5.7 b), Automobiles, Organic chemicals, Mechanical appliances), Chile (US $4.3 b, Copper and other
ores), Bolivia (US $4 b, Gas).
Brazil exports close to US$ 240 billion worth of goods each year to:
China (US $46 b, Soya, Iron ore, crude oil), USA (US $24.6 b, Crude oil, iron ore, other manufactured goods), Argentina
(US $19.6 b, Automobiles), Netherlands (US $17.3 b, Iron ore, Crude oil, Agro products), Japan (US $8 b, Iron ore,
meat, cereals), Germany (US $6.6 b, Iron ore, Coffee), South Korea (US $ 4.7 b, Iron ore, cereals), Hong Kong (US $3.3
b, Meat), India (US $3.1 b, Crude oil, Sugar, Copper and Iron ore, Soya), Russia (US $3 b, Meat).
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Brazil – Fact Sheet
Official Name
Federative Republic of Brazil
Area
8.5 million km² (about 2.6 times that of Índia)
Capital
Brasilia (since 1960)
Language
Portuguese (monolingual country)
Population
202 million (2014)
President
Dilma Vana Rousseff (2011-2014)
Foreign Minister
Ambassador Luiz Alberto Figueiredo Machado (since Aug ‘13)
President- Federal Senate
Renan Calheiros (2013-2014)
President- Chamber of
Deputies
Henrique Eduardo Alves (2013-2014)
Administrative Divisions
26 states and the Federal District of Brasilia
Major Cities
(2012 official estimates)
São Paulo – 11.4m; Rio de Janeiro - 6.4m; Salvador - 2.7m; Brasília 2.6m; Fortaleza - 2.5m; Belo Horizonte – 2.4m
Life Expectancy
Men: 69.9 years; Women: 77.2 years
Infant Mortality
17.53 deaths/1000 births (2011 estimate)
Literacy
91% (2011 estimate)
Brazil´s Economic Indicators at http://www.bcb.gov.br/?indicators
GDP (current prices)
$2.253 trillion (nominal) (Central Bank of Brazil-2012)
GDP Per Capita
US$11,462 (Central Bank of Brazil-2012)
Major Natural Resources
Main Crops
Iron Ore, Gold, Bauxite, Aluminum, Silver, Oil, Precious and SemiPrecious Stones
Coffee, Cocoa, Corn, Cotton, Oranges, Soybean, Sugarcane, Tobacco
and Wheat.
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India – Brazil bilateral trade 2008-2014 (US$ million)
7000
6000
5000
4000
Brazil´s Exports to India
3000
Brazil´s Imports from India
2000
1000
0
1
2
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014 (Jan-Aug)
3
4
5
India’s
Exports
3,564
2,191
4,242
6,081
5,043
6,357
4,406
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
India’s
Balance of Trade for
Imports
India
1,102
2,461
3,415
-1,224
3,492
750
3,201
2,880
5,577
-544
3,130
3,227
2,940
1,466
Total trade
4,666
5,605
7,734
9,282
10,620
9,487
7,346
Growth (%)
49.23
20.12
37.97
20.00
14.41
-10.67
15.76
Principal Indian exports to Brazil: Diesel oil, coke of coal, lignite or peat, equipments related to wind energy,
engineering and electrical equipment, auto ancillary products, cotton and polyester yarns, naphtha, pigments,
medicines and chemicals.
Principal Indians imports from Brazil: Crude oil, copper sulphates, soya oil, raw sugar, denatured alcohol,
other minerals of copper and its concentrates, asbestos, valves, motor pumps, airplanes, wheat, precious and
semi-precious stones, etc.
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Identification of Potential Brazilian Importers
Brazil has a significant volume of imports, with more than 40,000 direct import firms, in addition to
innumerable businesses engaged in indirect importing. To assist companies, the Brazilian Government
provides, through the Trade and Investment Promotion Department (DPR) of the Ministry of External
Relations, two directories with information on Brazilian importers at www.brasilglobalnet.gov.br : the
Catalogue of Brazilian Importers (Catálogo de Importadores Brasileiros) and the Brazilian Tradings Directory
(Diretorio Tradings do Brasil).
Catalogue of Brazilian Importers Provides basic information on all Brazilian companies that have imported
goods in recent years: company name, goods imported, countries of origin of imports, and import value
range. For most companies, detailed contact information is provided as well, including address, telephone
number, Web site, Email address, contact person in the trade/commercial section, etc. The Catalogue has
comprehensive information on about 8000 companies, company-product lists, and product descriptions in
Spanish, Portuguese, and English. The listed companies account for 80% of total yearly imports into the
country. The Catalogue includes a search engine that allows users to research companies by different
attributes: company name, the company’s most common import items, the company’s yearly import value
ranges, and the Brazilian state in which the company operates. The Catalogue is available at:
http://cib.brasilglobalnet.gov.br/frmPesquisa.aspx?Idioma=2
Brazilian Tradings Directory - List of Brazilian companies specializing in export and import activities prepared
by the Brazilian Agency for Export and Investment Promotion (Agência Brasileira de Promocão de Exportações
e Investimentos – Apex-Brasil). In addition to import/export brokerage services, the listed companies provide
market data and analysis, customs, logistical and financial, and shipment consolidation consulting services.
The Directory includes a search engine that allows users to research companies by different attributes:
company name, the company’s most common export or import items, countries with which the company
typically conducts business, value range of goods traded by the company, and Brazilian state in which the
company is based. The Catalogue is available at: http://dtb.apexbrasil.com.br/Default.aspx?idioma=en
While these databases provide wholesome information for any sector, we have here done a detailed
research from the various databases and trade statistics available with the Brazilian Ministry of
Development, Industry and Foreign Trade to create sector specific directories of Importers from Brazil which
have imported good value from India in year 2013. This research provides valuable insights into the specific
product category (4 level HS code) where Indian companies have developed a market for themselves in
Brazil. The research also provides an idea to prospective exporters to select the cities appropriately for their
promotional visit to Brazil in future. Each sector report provides the figures of imports from other countries
as well to place India in comparison so that one can get an idea of our current market share in specific
category and accordingly a possibility of growth potential in the future.
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Sector Reports with Importers Directory
Agro Products (HS code 0101 to 2403)
Brazil imports over US$ 12.2billion worth of Agro Products (HS code 0101 to 2403) annually. Top ten source
countries are Argentina (3.2 b), United States (1.7 b), Chile (957 m), Uruguay (890 m), China (853 m), Paraguay
(761 m), Portugal (421 m), Indonesia (310 m), Spain (270 m), Netherlands (243 m) and in 22nd India (76 m).
It may be worth noting that Brazil is also a big exporter of over US$ 80 billion worth of agro products every
year in the same category. It´s exports are Soyabean (US$ 23 b), Soyabean Oil (US$ 7 b), Sugar (US$ 11 b),
Poultry (US$ 7 b), Corn (US$ 6.3 b), Coffee (US$ 4.6 b), Beef (US$ 4.5 b) etc. India´s imports Soyabean and
Sugar from Brazil to the extent of US$ 500 million each depending on the fluctuating home demand and
production.
Brazil imports processed and more value added agro products whereas it exports commodities with lesser
value added. Its agro products imports include wheat (US$ 2.4 b from USA and Argentina), olive oil (US$ 300
million from Portugal and Spain), Fish (US $ 500 million from Chile) and processed food of various kinds from
Europe, USA and Argentina. The details of Brazilian imports of agro products from India are provided below:
Directory of Brazilian Companies/Entities importing Agro products from India
Product HS Code and details of main items of imports from India: [0303 - Fish, frozen, excluding fish fillets and other fish meat of
heading 0304; 0712 - Dried vegetables, whole, cut, sliced, broken or in powder, but not further prepared; 0904 - Pepper of the genus
Piper; dried or crushed or ground fruits of the genus Capsicum or of the genus Pimenta; 0908 - Nutmeg, mace and cardamoms; 0909 Seeds of anise, badian, fennel, coriander, cumin or caraway; juniper berries; 1207 - Other oil seeds and oleaginous fruits, whether or
not broken; 1209 - Seeds, fruit and spores, of a kind used for sowing; 1301 - Lac; natural gums, resins, gum-resins and oleoresins (for
example, balsams); 1302 - Vegetable saps and extracts; pectic substances, pectinates and pectates; agar-agar and other mucilages and
thickeners, whether or not modified, derived from vegetable products; 1505 - Wool grease & fatty substances derived therefrom
(inlduing lanolin); 1515 - Other fixed vegetable fats and oils (including jojoba oil) and their fractions, whether or not refined, but not
chemically modified; 1516 - Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their fractions, partly or wholly hydrogenated, inter-esterified, reesterified or elaidinised, whether or not refined, but not further prepared]
Name of the Company
BOM - BRASIL OLEO DE
MAMONA LTDA.
PEROXIDOS DO BRASIL LTDA
Address
RUA VOLUNTARIOS DA PATRIA, 2671 INDUSTRIA
LOBATO 40470000
RUA JOAO LUNARDELLI, 1301 CIC 81460100
3.
PHILIP MORRIS BRASIL
INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO LTDA.
RODOVIA BR 471 S/N KM 49, LADO ESQUERD
DISTRITO INDUSTRIAL 96814400
4.
TABACUM INTERAMERICAN
COMERCIO E EXPORTACAO DE
FUMOS LT
2401 - Unmanufactured
tobacco; tobacco refuse
GDC ALIMENTOS S.A
TRUST - IMPORTACAO E
EXPORTACAO LTDA
(trading company)
TRITEC RESINAS LTDA.
RODOVIA RSC 287, KM 78,1 S/N LINHA ESTRELA
95800000
1.
2.
5.
6.
7.
8.
POLICO COMERCIAL DE
ALIMENTOS LTDA
9. COMERCIAL SAFRA - COMERCIO
ATACADISTA DE ALIMENTOS
LTDA
10. COMERCIAL PATY IMPORTACAO
LTDA
City (State)
Salvador (Bahia)
Amount
US$ 5-10 million
Curitiba
(Paraná)
Santa Cruz do
Sul (Rio Grande
do Sul)
Venancio Aires
(Rio Grande do
Sul)
US$ 5-10 million
RUA EUGENIO PEZZINI, 500 CORDEIROS 88311000
RODOVIA BR 101, 1825 SALA 02 A SALSEIROS
88311600
Itajaí (Santa
Catarina)
US$ 2-5 million
RUA PASTOR ALBERTO SCHNEIDE, 1777 BARRA DO
RIO CERRO 89260300
RODOVIA BR 470 - KM 5 3819 SALA 1206
MACHADOS 88375000
RODOVIA BR 101 SUL, KM 70 550 CURADO
50790900
Jaragua do Sul
(Santa Catarina)
Navegantes
(Santa Catarina)
Recife
(Pernambuco)
US$ 2-5 million
AVENIDA BRASIL, 602 UNIVERSITARIO 55016360
Caruaru
(Pernambuco)
< US$ 2 million
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US$ 2-5 million
US$ 2-5 million
< US$ 2 million
US$ 2-5 million
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
(trading company)
AGRO SILVA REPRESENTACOES,
COMERCIO,IMPORTACAO E
EXPORT
(trading company)
AFIL IMPORTACAO
EXPORTACAO E COMERCIO
LIMITADA
(trading company)
FLUSH COMERCIO IMPORTACAO
E EXPORTACAO LTDA – EPP
(trading company)
HERTAPE CALIER SAUDE ANIMAL
S/A
2309 - Preparations of a kind
used in animal feeding
VOGLER INGREDIENTS LTDA.
16. FIRMENICH & CIA. LTDA.
RUA LAMARTINE FIGUEIREDO, 160 KM 06 + 36 KM
A ESQ AGAMENON MAGALHAES 55034170
AVENIDA BRASIL, 400 UNIVERSITARIO 55016360
AVENIDA CARLOS GOMES, 2470 SAO CRISTOVAO
76804021
Porto Velho
(Rondonia)
< US$ 2 million
RODOVIA MG 050 KM 18,5 2001 DISTRITO
INDUSTRIAL 35675000
Juatuba (Minas
Gerais)
< US$ 2 million
ESTRADA PARTICULAR FUKUTARO, 1173
COOPERATIVA 09852060
São Bernardo
do Campo (São
Paulo)
Cotia (São
Paulo)
< US$ 2 million
Araçatuba (São
Paulo)
Jandira (São
Paulo)
São Paulo (São
Paulo)
< US$ 2 million
Campinas (São
Paulo)
< US$ 2 million
18. CENTER ROYAL-QUIMICA
INDUSTRIAL LTDA
19. WAL MART BRASIL LTDA
RODOVIA RAPOSO TAVARES S/N KM. 26,150 SEDE
06707000
RODOVIA RAPOSO TAVARES S/N KM 27,2 MOINHO
VELHO 06707000
RUA DE L MARCOS TOQUETAO, 248 258-278
JARDIM JUSSARA 16021345
ESTRADA DA PEDREIRA, 280 GUPE 06622480
20. GIVAUDAN DO BRASIL LTDA.
21. COMPANHIA BRASILEIRA DE
DISTRIBUICAO
22. CRODA DO BRASIL LTDA
23. CLAUSE BRASIL COMERCIO DE
SEMENTES LIMITADA
AVENIDA ENG BILLINGS, 2185 JAGUARE 05321901
AVENIDA MARGINAL DIREITA DO, 342 VILA
JAGUARA 05118100
RUA CRODA, 580 DISTR INDUSTRIAL 13054710
RUA GUAPURUVU, 177 CONDOMINIO ALPHAVIL
13098322
17. DANISCO BRASIL LTDA
US$ 2-5 million
< US$ 2 million
US$ 10-20
million
Mineral Ores (HS code 2501 to 2621)
Brazil imports over US$ 2.5 billion worth of Minerals (HS code 2501 to 2621) annually. These include, mainly,
Copper Ores worth US $ 1 billion from Chile and Peru, Zinc Ore (US$ 200 million) from Peru, Calcium
phosphate (US $ 150 million) from Peru, sulphates of various kinds (US $ 200 million) etc. India supplies
Barium Sulphate, Clays and some sulphates worth US $ 5-10 million each year.
Brazil is a big exporter of iron ore. About 50% of its annual exports of about US $ 40 billion worth of iron ores,
goes to China. India imports US $ 400-500 million worth of copper ore from Brazil. Its iron ore imports are
very limited at present at an annual value of about US $ 30-40 million.
Brazilian mining company Vale has virtual monopoly in mining space controlling over 80 percent of traded
value in this sector.
Petroleum, Oil, Coal, Gas (HS code 2701 to 2716)
Brazil imports over US $ 40 billion worth of Energy resources in this category (HS code 2701 to 2716) annually.
It imports crude oil from Nigeria (US $ 9 b), Saudi Arabia (US $ 3 b), Algeria (US $ 1 b), Equatorial Guinea (US $
1 b), Iraq (US $ 900 m) and Angola (US $ 500 m). It gets value added petroleum products like diesel from US
(US $ 5 b), India (US $ 4 b – Reliance Ltd), Algeria, Netherlands, Argentina etc. It imports CNG from Bolivia (US
$ 4 b), Trinidad & Tobago (US $ 1 b), Nigeria and USA and it gets coal from USA and Australia worth US $ 4
billion.
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As far exports in this category is concerned Brazil Exports crude worth US $ 20 billion to China (5 b), USA (4 b),
India (3 b), Chile (1.5 b), Netherland (1 b) and Canada (0.5 b) and value added petro products worth US $ 5
billion to Netherland, Singapore and Argentina.
State owned Brazilian Petrobrás has monopoly in this space.
Inorganic Chemicals (HS code 2801 to 2851)
Brazil imports each year about US $ 2 billion worth of Inorganic Chemicals (Caustic Soda, Sulphates, inorganic
acids etc) mainly from USA. From India the amount is below US$ 10 million. As far exports in this category are
concerned, Brazil Exports Aluminium oxide worth US$ 2 billion to Canada, Norway, Iceland and Argentina. It
also exports some Silicon worth US$ 500 million to USA and countries in Europe. Fosbrasil, a 25 year old
Brazilian Phosphoric acid company, based in Cajati (Sao Paulo) has now started exporting over US$ 6 million
worth of it to their Indian partner.
Organic Chemicals (HS code 2901 to 2930)
Brazil imports US$ 6 billion worth of organic chemicals (HS code 2901 to 2930) each year mainly from USA,
Mexico, Trinidad & Tobago, China and Germany. With India this figure is close US$ 250 million each year. The
details are given below later.
Brazil´s exports of organic chemicals reach US$ 3 billion mark each year, mainly destined for USA,
Netherlands, Mexico, Columbia and Argentina. In all such category products, Brazilian exports to India are
close to US$ 55-60 million per year. Some main examples are given ahead. Bovine bile processing company
BBA based in Jacarezinho (Parana) exports carboxylic acids close to US$18 million each year to India.
COMPANHIA BRASILEIRA DE ESTIRENO exports US $ 16 million worth of Styrine to India each year.
COMPANHIA PETROQUIMICA DE PERNAMBUCO-PETROQUIMICASUAPE exports US$ 12 million worth of
polycarboxylic acids to India.
Product HS Code and details of main items of imports from India: [2926: Nitrile-function compounds; 2930: Organo-sulphur
compounds; 2918: Carboxylic acids with additional oxygen function and their anhydrides, halides, peroxides and peroxyacids; their
halogenated, sulphonated, nitrated or nitrosated derivatives; 2921: Amine-function compounds; 2924: Carboxyamide-function
compounds; amide-function compounds of carbonic acid; 2922: Oxygen-function amino-compounds; 2909: Ethers, ether-alcohols,
ether-phenols, ether-alcohol-phenols, alcohol peroxides, ether peroxides, ketone peroxides (whether or not chemically defined), and
their halogenated, sulphonated, nitrated or nitrosated derivatives; 2915: Saturated acyclic monocarboxylic acids and their anhydrides,
halides, peroxides and peroxyacids; their halogenated, sulphonated, nitrated or nitrosated derivatives; 2906: Cyclic alcohols and their
halogenated, sulphonated, nitrated or nitrosated derivatives; 2905: Acyclic alcohols and their halogenated, sulphonated, nitrated or
nitrosated]
Pharma Products (HS 2931 to 3006)
Brazil imports over US$ 12 billion worth of pharma products (HS code 2931 to 3006) annually. Top ten source
countries are Germany (2.1 b), USA (1.9 b), China (1.4 b), Switzerland (1 b), France (880 m), India (565 m), UK
and Italy (530 m each), Belgium (385 m) and Ireland (345 m).
Brazil imports each year over US$ 8.8 billion worth of Plastic and articles thereof Products (HS 3901 to 3926).
Top ten source countries are United States (2.2 b), China (1 b), Germany (764 m), Argentina (682 m), South
Korea (497 m), Colombia (392 m), Taiwan (308 m), France (270 m), Italy (244 m), Uruguay (216 m), and India
in 19th (115 m).
Brazil exports of pharma products (mainly HS Code 3004 & 3005) are less than US$ 2 billion value and are
mainly destined to Denmark, Argentina, Venezuela and USA. To India, Brazil exports close to US$ 25 million
worth of products in this category.
The details of Brazilian imports of Pharma products from India are provided below:
Directory of Brazilian Companies/Entities importing Pharmaceutical products from India
Product HS Code and details of main items of imports from India: [2933: Heterocyclic compounds with nitrogen hetero-atom(s) only;
3004: Medicaments (excluding goods of heading 3002, 3005 or 3006) consisting of mixed or unmixed products for therapeutic or
prophylactic uses, put up in measured doses (including those in the form of transdermal administration systems) or in forms or
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packings; 2934: Nucleic acids and their salts, whether or not chemically defined; other heterocyclic compounds; 2932: Heterocyclic
compounds with oxygen hetero-atom(s) only; 2941: Antibiotics; 3003: Medicaments (excluding goods of heading No 3002,
3005 or 3006) consisting of two or more constituents which have been mixed together for therapeutic or prophylactic uses, not put up
in measured doses or in forms or packings for retail sale; 2935: Sulfonamides; 3002: Human blood; animal blood prepared for
therapeutic, prophylactic or diagnostic uses; antisera and other blood fractions and modified immunological products, whether or not
obtained by means of biotechnological processes; vaccines, toxins; 3001: Glands and other organs for organo-therapeutic uses, dried,
whether or not powdered; extracts of glands or other organs or of their secretions for organo-therapeutic uses; heparin and its salts;
other human or animal substances prepared for therapeutic or; 2937: Hormones, prostaglandins, thromboxanes and leukotrienes,
natural or reproduced by synthesis; derivatives and structural analogues thereof, including chain modified polypeptides, used
primarily as hormones; 2939: Vegetable alkaloids, natural or reproduced by synthesis, and their salts, ethers, esters and other
derivatives; 2936: Provitamins and vitamins, natural or reproduced by synthesis (including natural concentrates), derivatives thereof
used primarily as vitamins, and intermixtures of the foregoing, whether or not in any solvent; 2931: Other organo-inorganic
compounds]
1.
2.
3.
Name of the Company
LABORATORIO TEUTO BRASILEIRO
S/A
BRAINFARMA INDUSTRIA QUIMICA E
FARMACEUTICA S.A.
AUROBINDO PHARMA INDUSTRIA
FARMACEUTICA LIMITADA
4.
GEOLAB INDUSTRIA FARMACEUTICA
S/A
5.
11.
AUROBINDO PHARMA PRODUTOS
FARMACEUTICOS LIMITADA
GEMINI INDUSTRIA DE INSUMOS
FARMACEUTICOS LTDA
BRUMEL DISTRIBUIDORA DE PNEUS
LTDA
SM EMPREENDIMENTOS
FARMACEUTICOS LTDA
PRODUTOS ROCHE QUIMICOS E
FARMACEUTICOS S A
GENIX - INDUSTRIA FARMACEUTICA
LTDA
PHARMA NOSTRA COMERCIAL LTDA
12.
BIOLINE FIOS CIRURGICOS LTDA
13.
NOVAFARMA INDUSTRIA
FARMACEUTICA LTDA
VITAPAN INDUSTRIA FARMACEUTICA
LTDA
SEKOYA INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO
LTDA - EPP
LEVIALE INDUSTRIA DE INSUMOS
FARMACEUTICOS LTDA
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
14.
15.
16.
17.
INTERMEIOS DISTRIBUIDORA DE
INSUMOS FARMACEUTICOS LTDA
18.
PHARMA EXPRESS INDUSTRIA
COMERCIO E OPERADORA LOGISTICA
Address
LOC VP 7D MODULO 11
QUADRA 13
DAIA 75045190
VIA PR - 1
S/N DISTRITO AGROINDUST 75132020
RUA VP-06E
S/N QD. 9 - MOD. 12/15
DAIA 75132135
VIA PRINCIPAL 1-B
S/N QD. 08-B LTS. 01 A
DAIA 75132085
VIA PRINCIPAL 6E
S/N DAIA 75132135
VIA PRIMARIA 4D
S/N DAIA 75133590
AVENIDA BRASIL SUL
6345 SAO JOAO 75123390
VIA PRIMARIA 5D
S/N DAIA 75132120
RODOVIA BR 153, KM 42 S/N KM. 42, PARTE C
PARQUE CALIXTOPOLIS 75135040
VP 1E QD 03, S/N MODULOS 01 E 02
DAIA 75133590
VIA PRIMARIA 5D
S/N QUADRA 10 DAIA 75133590
AVENIDA MARANHAO
500 JUNDIAI 75110470
AVENIDA BRASIL NORTE
1255 CIDADE JARDIM 75080240
VP-R1 S/N QD.02-A MODULO 01 DAIA 75133590
AVENIDA PRESIDENTE JK 800
JUNDIAI 75110390
VP-1D
S/N QD 2, MODULOS 03
DAIA 75133590
AVENIDA BRASIL
1660
VILA DONA MARIA 75123390
AVENIDA BRASIL SUL
4.061 SETOR SUL JAMIL MIG 75124820
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City (State)
ANAPOLIS (GOIAS)
Amount
US$5570
million
19.
20.
IDEALFARMA INDUSTRIA E
COMERCIO DE PRODUTOS
FARMACEUTIC
F.B.M. INDUSTRIA FARMACEUTICA
LTDA
21.
MEIZLER UCB BIOPHARMA S.A.
22.
TKS FARMACEUTICA LTDA
23.
CIFARMA CIENTIFICA FARMACEUTICA
LTDA
24.
MABRA FARMACEUTICA LTDA - EPP
25.
DOLES REAGENTES E
EQUIPAMENTOS PARA
LABORATORIOS LTDA
TORRENT DO BRASIL LTDA
26.
27.
LAMEDID COMERCIAL E SERVICOS
LTDA
28.
30.
GE HEALTHCARE DO BRASIL
COMERCIO E SERVICOS PARA EQUIPA
NOVA QUIMICA FARMACEUTICA
LTDA
NOVARTIS SAUDE ANIMAL LTDA
31.
PURCOM QUIMICA LTDA
32.
COSMOQUIMICA INDUSTRIA E
COMERCIO LTDA
LANXESS - INDUSTRIA DE PRODUTOS
QUIMICOS E PLASTICOS
29.
33.
34.
INDUSTRIA QUIMICA ZEQUINI LTDA
35.
SABER QUIMICA LTDA
36.
PHYTOESSENCE FRAGRANCIAS LTDA.
37.
38.
QUIMICA ARAGUAYA INDUSTRIA
COMERCIO IMPORTACAO E EXPORT
LANZA PHARMA LTDA - EPP
39.
IDEA QUIMICA LTDA
40.
PHARMACOPEIA COMERCIO E
IMPORTACAO LTDA
41.
QUIMICA MODERNA INDUSTRIA E
RUA R-09
S/N QUADRA 13-C MOD. 7
DAIA 75133600
RUA VP - 3D QD 08-B MODULOS
S/N QD - 08-B
DAIA 75132085
ALAMEDA ESPATODIAS
S/N QUADRA 34-A, LOTES
SITIO RECREIO MANSO 74681220
RODOVIA GO 080 KM 02
S/N CHAC 01/02 CHS RETI
ZONA RURAL 74000000
RODOVIA BR 153 KM 5,5 SENT
S/N A DIREITA
GOIANIA 74675090
RODOVIA BR 153 KM 5.5 S/N
ZONA RURAL 74675090
RODOVIA BR 153 KM 493 SN CHAC RETIRO LOTE
07 CONJUNTO PALMARES 74775027
AVENIDA TAMBORE 1180 MODULO A 5
TAMBORE 06460000
AVENIDA GUPE
10767 GALPAO N .20, BLOCO
JARDIM BELVAL 06422120
AVENIDA MARCOS PENTEADO DE
690 PARQUE JUBRAN 06460040
AVENIDA CECI
820 TAMBORE 06460120
AVENIDA PREFEITO JOAO VILAL
2253 GALPAO II
JARDIM BELVAL 06422122
RUA AEROPORTO 83 A 115
CHACARAS MARCO 06419260
AVENIDA GUPE
10.497 JARDIM BELVAL 06422120
AVENIDA TAMBORE
1440 PARTE
ALPHAVILLE 06460000
VIA DE A JOAO DE GOES 1.000
FAZENDA ITAQUITI / 06442130
RUA ABAETETUBA
314 JARDIM CALIFORNIA 06409100
ALAMEDA RIO PRETO
522 CENTRO EMPRESARIAL 06460050
RUA SAO JOAO DO ARAGUAIA
285 JARDIM CALIFORNIA 06409060
ESTRADA DA BALSA 76 10 ANDAR
CHACARA MARCO / CRU 06419300
RUA GALEAO 317 JDIM. SANTO ANTONIO
06408050
RUA RENATO MENEZES CABRAL
17 TERREO
TAMBORE 06463285
RUA TITICACA
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Goiania (GOIAS)
US$1215
million
Barueri (Sao Paulo)
US$5070
million
COMERCIO LTDA
42.
MEDAPI FARMACEUTICA E
IMPORTADORA LTDA
43.
AB - ENZIMAS BRASIL COMERCIAL
LTDA.
44.
IMAGEM SISTEMAS MEDICOS LTDA
45.
PHILIPS MEDICAL SYSTEMS LTDA
46.
47.
NORDSON DO BRASIL INDUSTRIA E
COMERCIO LTDA
INGRAM MICRO BRASIL LTDA
48.
SAFILO DO BRASIL LTDA.
49.
AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES BRASIL
LTDA
50.
DAIICHI SANKYO BRASIL
FARMACEUTICA LTDA.
MEDLEY INDUSTRIA FARMACEUTICA
LTDA
CRODA DO BRASIL LTDA
51.
52.
53.
GALENA QUIMICA E FARMACEUTICA
LTDA - EM RECUPERACAO JUD
54.
ZOETIS INDUSTRIA DE PRODUTOS
VETERINARIOS LTDA
55.
ODS DO BRASIL SISTEMAS DE
MEDICAO LTDA.
56.
NEOMEX HOSPITALAR LTDA
57.
MIRACEMA NUODEX INDUSTRIA
QUIMICA LTDA
AMPHENOL TFC DO BRASIL LTDA
58.
59.
ASK PRODUTOS QUIMICOS DO
BRASIL LTDA
60.
LIBBS FARMACEUTICA LTDA
61.
BEKER PRODUTOS FARMACO
HOSPITALARES LTDA
62.
TOTAL QUIMICA LIMITADA
813
JARDIM REGINA ALICE 06412080
ESTRADA DOS ROMEIROS
1792
CRUZ PRETA 06417000
ALAMEDA AMAZONAS
938 BL. A SL. 31 A E 33
CENTRO IND. EMPRES. 06454070
AVENIDA JURUA
105 GALPOES 09,10 E 11 ALPHAVILLE 06455010
AVENIDA PIRACEMA
1411 PARTE 16
TAMBORE 06460030
ALAMEDA ARUANA
85 TAMBORE 06460010
AVENIDA PIRACEMA
1341 GALPOES A-06/07/08
TAMBORE 06460030
AVENIDA MARGINAL PROJETADA
1.810 E 521
JARDIM MUTINGA 06460200
AVENIDA DR. MARCOS PENTEADO
939 TERREO- PARTE E 1 A TAMBORE 06460040
ALAMEDA XINGU
766 ALPHAVILLE 06455960
RUA MACEDO COSTA
55 JD STA GENEBRA 13080180
RUA CRODA
580 DISTR INDUSTRIAL 13054710
RUA PEDRO STANCATO
860 R FRANCISCO C.BARBO
CAMPOS DOS AMARAIS 13082050
RUA LUIZ FERNANDO RODRIGUES
1701
BOA VISTA 13024500
AVENIDA ALEXANDER GRAHAN BE
200
CONDOMINIO EMPRESAR 13069310
RUA MANOEL FRANCISCO MENDES
73 JARDIM DO TREVO 13030110
AVENIDA RICARDO BASSOLI CEZ
15 JARDIM SAO JOSE 13050080
RODOVIA GOV DR ADHEMAR PERE
S/N (SP340) KM 121,5
PROX PQ XANGRILA 13098396
VIA ANHANGUERA
S/N KM 103
APARECIDINHA 13050250
RUA ALBERTO CORREIA FRANCFO
88 JD.VISTA ALEGRE 06807461
ESTRADA LOUIS PASTEUR
263
EMBU-MIRIM 06835080
RODOVIA REGIS BITTENCOURT
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Campinas (Sao Paulo)
US$5570
million
Embu (Sao Paulo)
US$ 2030
million
63.
LIBBS FARMOQUIMICA LTDA
64.
PROBIOTICA LABORATORIOS LTDA.
65.
EUROFARMA LABORATORIOS S.A.
66.
LUBRIZOL DO BRASIL ADITIVOS LTDA
67.
ROCHE DIAGNOSTICA BRASIL LTDA.
68.
WYETH INDUSTRIA FARMACEUTICA
LTDA
HENKEL LTDA
69.
70.
CRISTALIA PRODUTOS QUIMICOS
FARMACEUTICOS LTDA
71.
NUTRON ALIMENTOS LTDA
72.
ACHE LABORATORIOS
FARMACEUTICOS SA
73.
DYSTAR INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO DE
PRODUTOS QUIMICOS LTDA
74.
ALLERGAN PRODUTOS
FARMACEUTICOS LTDA.
SUN CHEMICAL DO BRASIL LTDA.
75.
76.
S/N BR 116-KM 275,5
JD DAS OLIVEIRAS 06818300
AVENIDA DONA CESARIA CAMARG
240 JARDIM VISTA ALEGRE 06807320
AVENIDA JOAO PAULO I 1795 JARDIM STA
BARBARA 06817000
RODOVIA PRESIDENTE CASTELO
KM35,6 ITAQUI 06696000
AVENIDA PORTUGAL
1100 ITAQUI 06696060
AVENIDA PORTUGAL
1100 MODULO B 08 PARTE T
ITAQUI 06696060
RODOVIA CASTELO BRANCO
S/N KM 32,5 ITAQUI 06696000
RUA VERNON KRIEBLE
91 ITAQUI 06696070
RODOVIA ITAPIRA-LINDOIA
S/N ESTANCIA CRISTALIA
FAZ ESTANCIA CRISTA 13974900
RUA ROUPEN TILKIAN
77 DIST.INDUSTRIAL HER 13970970
RODOVIA PRESIDENTE DUTRA
S/N KM 222,2
PORTO DA IGREJA 07034904
ESTRADA MUNICIPAL
1156
JARDIM SANTO AFONSO 07215040
AVENIDA GUARULHOS
3272 PONTE GRANDE 07030000
AVENIDA AMANCIO GAIOLI
850 BONSUCESSO 07013160
RUA ROSA MAFEI
563 BONSUCESSO 07177110
RUA DA LAGOA
511 CID.INDL.SATELITE 07232152
AVENIDA PRESIDENTE TANCREDO
1555 VILA SANT'ANNA 07112070
RUA PROFESSOR JOAO CAVALEIR
1077 1301
PARQUE DAS NACOES 07243580
RODOVIA JORNALISTA FRANCISC SALA 1
CHACARA ASSAY 13186901
Itapevi (Sao Paulo)
US$ 1020
million
Itapira (Sao Paulo)
US$ 2030
million
Guarulhos (Sao Paulo)
US$ 1020
million
Hortolandia (Sao Paulo)
US$ 1020
million
US$ 7080
million
US$ 2030
million
US$ 7080
million
77.
POLYTECHNO INDUSTRIAS QUIMICAS
LTDA
USIQUIMICA DO BRASIL LTDA
78.
LABORATORIOS PFIZER LTDA
79.
LABORATORIOS STIEFEL LTDA
80.
EMS S/A
81.
SYNGENTA PROTECAO DE CULTIVOS
LTDA
(HScode 2934)
BASF SA
(HScode 2933)
RODOVIA SP 332
S/N
ZONA INDUSTRIAL 13148915
AVENIDA BRASIL
791 ENGENHEIRO NEIVA 12521140
Paulinia (Sao Paulo)
83.
EMS S/A
Brasilia (Capital of Brazil)
84.
MINISTERIO DA SAUDE
SAA/NORTE
960 QUADRA 02 SAA 70310500
ESPLANAD DOS MINISTERIOS BL 11 ANEXO A
SALA 420A
ESPL. DOS MINISTERI 70310500
82.
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Guaratingueta (SP)
85.
BIOSINTETICA FARMACEUTICA LTDA
86.
UNIAO QUIMICA FARMACEUTICA
NACIONAL S A
87.
DISTRITO FEDERAL SECRETARIA DE
SAUDE
88.
NUFARM INDUSTRIA QUIMICA E
FARMACEUTICA
89.
FRESENIUS KABI BRASIL LTDA.
90.
FARMACE - INDUSTRIA QUIMICOFARMACEUTICA CEARENSE LTDA
91.
ISOFARMA INDUSTRIAL
FARMACEUTICA LTDA
µREA LOTE 01 AE SAIA VELHA
S/N PARTE C
SANTA MARIA 72549550
TRECHO 01
S/N CJ 11 LOTES 6 A 12
SANTA MARIA 72549555
PARQUE SAIN PARQUE RURAL
S/N LOTES 1730 A 1760
ASA NORTE 70086900
AVENIDA PARQUE SUL 2138 I DISTR INDUSTRIAL
PAJUCARA 61939000
RODOVIA CE 040
SN KM 10 JACUNDA 61700000
RODOVIA DR. ANTONIO LIRIO C
S/N KM 02
SITIO BARREIRAS 63180000
RUA MANUEL MAVIGNIER
5000 PRECABURA 61760000
Maracanau (Ceara)
US$ 2030
million
US$ 2-5
million
US$ 2-5
million
Aquiraz (Ceara)
Barbalha (Ceara)
Eusebio (Ceara)
US$ 2-5
million
Tanning or Dye Products (HS 3201 to 3215)
Brazil imports over US$ 1.4 billion worth of Tanning or Dyeing Extracts, Dyes, Pigments, Paints & Varnishes,
Putty, & Inks Products (HS 3201 to 3215) annually. Top ten source countries are United States (258 m), China
(254 m), Germany (160 m), Mexico (128 m), India (110 m), Switzerland (69 m), Spain (65 m), Italy (63 m),
Argentina (35 m), and France (32 m).
Brazil exports in this category are limited to less than US$ 500 million worth of mainly paints to Argentina,
Bolivia and some other Latin American countries. TANAC S/A based in Montenegro (RS) and SETA SA
EXTRATIVA TANINO DE ACACIA based in Estancia Velha (RS) are two companies which are exporting together
US$ 10 million worth of tanning extracts of vegetable origin to India every year.
The details of Brazilian imports of tanning and dye products from India are provided below:
Directory of Brazilian Companies/Entities importing Tanning or Dye products from India
Product HS Code and details of main items of imports from India: [3204: Synthetic organic colouring matter, whether or not
chemically defined; preparations as specified in note 3 to this chapter based on synthetic organic colouring matter; synthetic organic
products of a kind used as fluorescent brightening agents or as lumin; 3215: Printing ink, writing or drawing ink and other inks,
whether or not concentrated or solid; 3202: Synthetic organic tanning substances; inorganic tanning substances; tanning preparations,
whether or not containing natural tanning substances; enzymatic preparations for pre-tanning; 3206: Other colouring matter;
preparations as specified in note 3 to this chapter, other than those of heading 3203, 3204 or 3205; inorganic products of a kind used
as luminophores, whether or not chemically defined]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Name of the Company
CLARIANT S.A
DYSTAR INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO DE
PRODUTOS QUIMICOS LTDA
SIDERQUIMICA INDUSTRIA E
COMERCIO DE PRODUTOS QUIMICOS
HOSTMANN-STEINBERG TINTAS
GRAFICAS BRASIL LTDA
COLOR BRASIL IMPORTACAO E
EXPORTACAO LTDA.
COMERCIAL IMPORTADORA SEPIA
LTDA
CROMOS S A TINTAS GRAFICAS
Address
AVENIDA JORGE BEY MALUF, 2163 VL
THEODORO 08675970
ESTRADA MUNICIPAL, 1156 JARDIM
SANTO AFONSO 07215040
RODOVIA BR 376, KM 625 S/N KM
22,5 MIRNGUAVA MIRIM 83015000
RUA ISALTINO SILVEIRA, 768
CANTAGALO 25804250
RUA JOHANN G. H. HADLICH, 730
PASSO MANSO 89032400
RUA MARIA RODRIGUES, 37 GALPAO
OLARIA 21031490
RUA SENADOR MOZART LAGO, 51
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City (State)
Suzano (São Paulo)
Guarulhos (São
Paulo)
São José dos Pinhais
(Paraná)
Três Rios (Rio de
Janeiro)
Blumenau (Santa
Catarina)
Rio de Janeiro (Rio
de Janeiro)
Amount
US$ 10-20
million
US$ 5-10
million
US$ 5-10
million
US$ 5-10
million
US$ 5-10
million
US$ 5-10
million
8.
INPAL QUIMICA INDUSTRIAL LTDA
9.
LINE SPRAY COMERCIO DE
EQUIPAMENTOS PARA PINTURA LTDA
10. SICPA BRASIL INDUSTRIA DE TINTAS E
SISTEMAS LTDA
11. FORSCHER - INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO
DE PRODUTOS QUIMICOS LI
12. CROMEX S/A
13. QUIMANIL PRODUTOS QUIMICOS
LTDA
14. COLORNET COMERCIO EXTERIOR
LTDA
15. LUMINAR TINTAS E VERNIZES LTDA
16. SELLER INK INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO
DE TINTAS E VERNIZES LT
17. DE DIETRICH DO BRASIL LTDA
18. QUIMICA ROVERI COMERCIAL LTDA
19. TRIPLICE COR COMERCIO
IMPORTACAO E EXPORTACAO DE
PIGMEN
20. INCOSPRAY COMERCIO E SERVICOS
DE PINTURA E LUBRIFICACAO
21. COLORMIX INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO
DE PIGMENTOS LTDA
22. HUNTSMAN QUIMICA BRASIL LTDA.
23. TRANSCOR INDUSTRIA DE
PIGMENTOS E CORANTES LTDA
24. CADIUM COMERCIO IMPORTACAO E
EXPORTACAO LTDA
25. BUN-TECH, TECNOLOGIA EM
INSUMOS LTDA.
26. GRAFICA E EDITORA POSIGRAF LTDA
27. G QUATRO LTDA
28. JBS S/A
29. SWEETMIX INDUSTRIA COMERCIO
IMPORTACAO E EXPORTACAO LTD
30. FREUDENBERG NAO-TECIDOS LTDA.
31. PULCRA ESPECIALIDADES QUIMICAS
LTDA
32. LIPO DO BRASIL LTDA
ACARI 21530210
AVENIDA BRASIL, 42401 CAMPO
GRANDE 23095700
RUA FIGUEIRA DE MELO, 254 LOTE 486
GALPAO VIL SAO CRISTOVAO
20941001
RUA ECHAPORA , 328 SANTA CRUZ
23565150
RUA AURELIANO GUIMARAES, 70
VILA ANDRADE 05727160
RUA PAULO EMILIO SALLES GOM, 153
LIMAO 02710110
RUA CESARIO ALVIM, 428 508
BELENZINHO 03054000
AVENIDA RIO BONITO, 287 GALPAO 5
CAPELA DO SOCORRO 04776000
RUA IRINEU JOSE BORDON, 408 VILA
JAGUARA 05120060
RUA PTOLOMEU, 550 SOCORRO
04762040
RUA COSTA BARROS, 2942 VILA
ALPINA 03210001
RUA ROBERTO KOCH, 59 VILA
INDEPENDENCIA 04220001
RUA AFONSO VIDAL, 390 JARDIM
SANTO ANTONI 05723330
RUA RIBEIRO DO AMARAL, 467
IPIRANGA 04268000
AVENIDA DO RIO BONITO, 269
VELEIROS 04776000
AVENIDA IBIRAMA, 518 PREDIO 461 SALA 1 PIRAJUSSARA 06785300
RUA PROJETADA, 375-381 JARDIM
INAMAR 09981070
RUA IPOA, 341 JARDIM YAMBERE
09970290
RUA ROQUE MDALDO FRIAS, 1341
SITIO BOM JARDIM PIMENTA
13347035
RUA GIL STEIN FERREIRA, 100 SALA 16 6 ANDAR CENTRO 88301210
AVENIDA CORONEL MARCOS KOND,
1313 SALA 41 CENTRO 88301904
RODOVIA BR, 153 S/N ZONA RURAL
16400972
RUA ALCESTE DEL CISTIA, 108 RETIRO
SO JOAO 18085751
AVENIDA ADHEMAR PEREIRA DE, 1021
JARDIM SANTA MARIA 12328300
ESTRADA DO RIO ABAIXO S/N PREDIO
UNIVERSAL RIO ABAIXO 12335010
TRAVESSA CLAUDIO ARMANDO, 171
PISO SUPERIOR CONJ. ASSUNCAO
09861730
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São Paulo (São
Paulo)
US$ 2-5
million
Taboão da Serra
(São Paulo)
Diadema (São
Paulo)
US$ 2-5
million
US$ 2-5
million
Indaiatuba (São
Paulo)
US$ 2-5
million
Itajaí (Santa
Catarina)
US$ 2-5
million
Lins (São Paulo)
US$ 2-5
million
< US$ 2
million
< US$ 2
million
Sorocaba (São
Paulo)
Jacareí (São Paulo)
São Bernardo do
Campo (São Paulo)
US$ 2.2
million
33. CREATIVE INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO
LTDA
34. HOSTMANN-STEINBERG TINTAS
GRAFICAS BRASIL LTDA
35. AROMAT PRODUTOS QUIMICOS LTDA
36. MULTICEL PIGMENTOS INDUSTRIA E
COMERCIO LTDA.
37. LUMASA PRODUTOS QUIMICOS LTDA.
38. AKZO NOBEL LTDA
39. AUPICOR QUIMICA LTDA
40. FKN TEXTIL LTDA
41. DYNATECH INDUSTRIAS QUIMICAS
LTDA
42. ANISINOS INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO DE
PRODUTOS QUIMICOS E CO
43. ECOVITA INDUSTRIAS QUIMICAS LTDA
44. GETTI QUIMICA LTDA
45. CORIUM QUIMICA LTDA
46. CLARIANT S.A
47. KROMATICA INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO
DE PRODUTOS QUIMICOS LTD
48. NOKO QUIMICA LTDA
49. COUROS HIDRO INDUSTRIA E
COMERCIO LTDA
50. INDUSTRIA DE PELES PAMPA LTDA
51. NATUR INDUSTRIA DE COUROS LTDA
RUA JOAO ANTONIO DE SOUZA, 101 JD
SILVINA 09790420
RUA M.M.D.C., 1065 VILA PAULICEIA
09690100
ESTRADA DOS CASA, 2301 DOS CASA
09840000
ESTRADA PARTICULAR SADAE TA, 3300
COOPERATIVA, 09852070
RUA JOSE VERSOLATO, 111 CENTRO
09750730
RUA ASSUMPTA SABATINI ROSSI ,
1650 PORTAO A BATISTINI 09842000
RUA MASSARANDUBA, 57 CENTRO
89107000
RUA RUI GUENTHER, 100 TESTO
CENTRAL ALTO 89107000
RUA LINO PEIXOTO AMORIM, 1251
PAINEIRAS 13295000
RUA ANDRE PINTO REBOUCAS, 85
INDUSTRIAL 93320530
RUA ANDRE PINTO REBOUCAS, 121
INDUSTRIAL 93320530
RODOVIA RS-239 710 ROSELANDIA
93352000
RODOVIA RS 239 2500 SAO JOSE
93352000
RODOVIA ESTADUAL RS 239 400 KM
04 RINCAO 93352000
RUA CARLOS KRUMENAUER, 145 E 155
RINCAO DO CASCALHO 93180000
ESTRADA DO CARIOCA, 6099 VILA
SOCORRO 93180000
RUA IPIRANGA, 387 ESTACAO PORTAO
93180000
RUA ESTANCIA VELHA 002001
PORTAO VELHO 93180000
RUA BOA VISTA, 626 ESTACAO
PORTAO 93180000
Pomerode (Santa
Catarina)
< US$ 2
million
Itupeva (São Paulo)
Novo Hamburgo
(Rio Grande do Sul)
< US$ 2
million
< US$ 2
million
Portão (Rio Grande
do Sul)
< US$ 2
million
Essential Oils and Soap Products (HS 3301 to 3407)
Brazil imports each year over US$ 1.6 billion worth of Perfumery, Cosmetic, Soaps and Surfactants Products
(HS code 3301 to 3407). Top ten source countries are United States (404 m), Argentina (293 m), Germany (172
m), France (164 m), Mexico (141 m), China (55 m), Uruguay (47 m), Spain (46 m), Italy (44 m) and India (38
m).
Brazilian exports in this category are limited to about US$ 1 billion worth of mainly soaps and essential oils to
Argentina and some other Latin American countries. SUCOCITRICO CUTRALE LTDA based in Araraquara (SP)
and CITROSUCO S/A AGROINDUSTRIA based in Matao (SP) are two companies which are exporting together
US$ 12 million worth of Essential oils [HS Code 3301] to India every year.
The details of Brazilian imports of these products from India are provided below:
Directory of Brazilian Companies/Entities importing Tanning or Dye products from India
Product HS Code and details of main items of imports from India: [3301: Essential oils (terpeneless or not), including concretes and
absolutes; resinoids; extracted oleoresins; concentrates of essential oils in fats, in fixed oils, in waxes or the like, obtained by
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enfleurage or maceration; terpenic by-products of the deterpe; 3402: Organic surface-active agents (other than soap); surface-active
preparations, washing preparations (including auxiliary washing preparations) and cleaning preparations, whether or not containing
soap, other than those of heading No 3401; 3303: Perfumes and toilet waters; 3307: Pre-shave, shaving or after-shave preparations,
personal deodorants, bath preparations, depilatories and other perfumery, cosmetic or toilet preparations, not elsewhere specified or
included; prepared room deodorisers, whether or not perfumed or having di]
Agrochemical Products (HS 3801 to 3824)
Brazil imports each year over US$ 4.9 billion worth of Agrochemical Products (HS 3801 to 3824). Top ten
source countries are United States (1.6 b), Germany (416 m), France (378 m), United Kingdom (338 m),
Argentina (324 m), China (317 m), India (194 m), Belgium (171 m), Denmark (119 m) and Italy (119 m).
Brazil exports in this category are limited to less than US$ 1 billion worth of mainly insecticides and some misc
chemical products to Argentina, Paraguay, Bolivia, Chile and Columbia. Three Brazilian companies are
exporting together US$ 6-8 million worth of [HS Code 3805 - terpenic oils produced by the distillation or other
treatment of coniferous woods] to India every year.
The details of Brazilian imports of Agrochemical products from India are provided below:
Directory of Brazilian Companies/Entities importing Agrochemical products from India
Product HS Code and details of main items of imports from India: [3808: Insecticides, rodenticides, fungicides, herbicides, antisprouting products and plant-growth regulators, disinfectants and similar products, put up in forms or packings for retail sale or as
preparations or articles (for example, sulphur-treated bands; 3823: Industrial monocarboxylic fatty acids; acid oils from refining;
industrial fatty alcohols; 3824: Prepared binders for foundry moulds or cores; chemical products and preparations of the chemical or
allied industries (including those consisting of mixtures of natural products), not elsewhere specified or included; 3815: Reaction
initiators, reaction accelerators and catalytic preparations, not elsewhere specified or included; 3802: Activated carbon; activated
natural mineral products; animal black, including spent animal black]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Name of the Company
UPL DO BRASIL INDUSTRIA E
COMERCIO DE INSUMOS
AGROPECUA
BAYER S.A.
MAUSER DO BRASIL
EMBALAGENS INDUSTRIAIS
NORTOX SA
6.
SYNGENTA PROTECAO DE
CULTIVOS LTDA
FMC QUIMICA DO BRASIL LTDA.
7.
SIPCAM UPL BRASIL S.A.
8.
OURO FINO QUIMICA LTDA.
9.
SIPCAM UPL BRASIL S.A.
10. CONSAGRO AGROQUIMICA
LTDA.
11. CCAB AGRO S.A.
12. CHEMINOVA BRASIL LTDA.
13. FORSCHER - INDUSTRIA E
COMERCIO DE PRODUTOS
Address
AVENIDA MAEDA S/N DISTRITO
INDUSTRIAL 14500000
City (State)
Ituverava (São
Paulo)
Amount
US$ 80-90
million
ESTRADA DA BOA ESPERANCA, 650
PREDIO 6201 – PARTE CENTRO 26110110
ESTRADA DA BOA ESPERANCA, 650 PARTE
BOM PASTOR 26110120
RODOVIA BR 369 S N KM 197
ARICANDUVA 86701050
RODOVIA SP 332 S/N ZONA INDUSTRIAL
13148915
AVENIDA ANTONIO CARLOS GUIL, 25 DIST
INDUSTRIAL III 38001970
RUA IGARAPAVA, 599 DISTRITO
INDUSTRIAL 38044755
AVENIDA FILOMENA CARTAFINA, 22335
DISTRITO INDUSTRIAL 38044750
RODOVIA DE ACESSO A VIA ANH, 999 B
DISTRITO INDUSTRIAL 14540000
VIA DE A RODOVIA ANHANGUERA 999-A
DISTRITO INDUSTRIAL 14540000
RODOVIA BR 163 KM 116 PARQUE
INDUSTRIAL V 78746055
RODOVIA BR 163 S/N SAIDA P/ CAMPO
GRAN PQ INDUSTRIAL VETOR 78746055
RUA AURELIANO GUIMARAES, 70 VILA
ANDRADE 05727160
Belford Roxo (Rio de
Janeiro)
US$ 10-20
million
Arapongas (Paraná)
Uberaba (Minas
Gerais)
US$ 10-20
million
US$ 10-20
million
US$ 5-10
million
Igarapava (São
Paulo)
US$ 5-10
million
Rondonopolis (Mato
Grosso)
US$ 5-10
million
São Paulo (São
Paulo)
US$ 5-10
million
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Paulínia (São Paulo)
QUIMICOS LI
14. HELM DO BRASIL MERCANTIL
LTDA
15. SUMITOMO CHEMICAL DO
BRASIL REPRESENTACOES
16. VALDEQUIMICA PRODUTOS
QUIMICOS LTDA
17. CHEMINOVA BRASIL LTDA.
18. UPL DO BRASIL INDUSTRIA E
COMERCIO DE INSUMOS
AGROPECUA
19. CHEMINOVA BRASIL LTDA.
20. BOM - BRASIL OLEO DE
MAMONA LTDA.
21. NUFARM INDUSTRIA QUIMICA E
FARMACEUTICA
22. CHEMINOVA BRASIL LTDA.
23. CCAB AGRO S.A.
24. CHEMINOVA BRASIL LTDA.
25. MILENIA AGROCIENCIAS S.A.
26. NUTRON ALIMENTOS LTDA
27. NUFARM INDUSTRIA QUIMICA E
FARMACEUTICA S.A.
28. OXITENO S A INDÚSTRIA E
COMERCIO
RUA ALEXANDRE DUMAS, 2220 4 ANDAR
CONJ 41 CHACARA STO.ANTONIO
04717004
AVENIDA PAULISTA, 854 CJ. 112 - 11
ANDAR BELA VISTA 01310913
RUA RUA DOS TRES IRMAOS 212-218 VILA
PROGREDIOR 05615190
RUA ALEXANDRE DUMAS, 2220 6 ANDAR
CHACARA SANTO ANTON 04717004
RUA JOSE ADEMIR ZAGO FILHO, 400
PARQUE INDUSTRIAL I 86200000
RUA JOSE ADEMIR ZAGO FILHO, 100 PQ.
INDUSTRIAL IV 86200000
RUA VOLUNTARIOS DA ATRIA,2671
INDUSTRIA LOBATO 40470000
RODOVIA MELLO PEIXOTO, 9916 DISTRITO
INDUSTRIAL 86192170
RUA PROJETADA S/N FAZENDA BOM POR
VIR 13170971
RODOVIA BR 020, KM 207 S/N ZONA
RURAL 47850000
RODOVIA BR 242 KM 88S.N RUA C
ARMAZEM B CENTRO INDUSTRIAL D
47850000
RUA PEDRO ANTONIO DE SOUZA 400 PQ
RUI BARBOSA
86031610
RODOVIA PR 182 S/N KM 1,5 - CX.POSTAL
TREVO ASSIS/PALOTIN 85906300
AVENIDA PARQUE SUL 2138 I DISTR
INDUSTRIAL PAJUCARA 61939000
AVENIDA DAS INDUSTRIAS, 365 JARDIM
SONIA MARIA 09380435
Ibipora (Paraná)
US$ 2-5
million
Salvador (Bahia)
US$ 2-5
million
US$ 2-5
million
US$ 2-5
million
US$ 2-5
million
Cambe (Paraná)
Sumaré (São Paulo)
Luis Eduardo
Magalhaes (Bahia)
Londrina (Paraná)
Toledo (Paraná)
Maracanau (Ceará)
Maua (São Paulo)
< US$ 2
million
< US$ 2
million
< US$ 2
million
< US$ 2
million
Plastic Products (HS 3901 to 3926)
Brazil imports each year over US$ 8.8 billion worth of Plastic and articles thereof Products (HS 3901 to 3926).
Top ten source countries are United States (2.2 b), China (1 b), Germany (764 m), Argentina (682 m), South
Korea (497 m), Colombia (392 m), Taiwan (308 m), France (270 m), Italy (244 m), Uruguay (216 m), and India
in 19th (115 m).
Brazil exports in this category are about US$ 3.6 billion worth of plastic products (ethylene, propylene etc) to
Argentina, Netherlands, Belgium, China and Chile. Brazil exports close to US$ 9 million worth of cellulose to
India.
The details of Brazilian imports of Plastic products from India are provided below:
Directory of Brazilian Companies/Entities importing Plastic and articles thereof products from India
Product HS Code and details of main items of imports from India: [3902: Polymers of propylene or of other olefins, in primary forms;
3920: Other plates, sheets, film, foil and strip, of plastics, non-cellular and not reinforced, laminated, supported or similarly combined
with other materials; 3926: Other articles of plastics and articles of other materials of headings 3901 to 3914; 3907: Polyacetals, other
polyethers and epoxide resins, in primary forms; polycarbonates, alkyd resins, polyallyl esters and other polyesters, in primary forms
3901: Polymers of ethylene, in primary forms]
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1.
Name of the Company
REAL PLASTIC LTDA
2.
TIMBRO (SC) COMERCIO EXTERIOR
LTDA
(trading company)
3.
VIDEOLAR S.A.
4.
PLASTIPAK PACKAGING DA
AMAZONIA LTDA
TERRA NOVA TRADING S/A
5.
6.
TECNOVAL LAMINADOS PLASTICOS
LTDA
7.
SERILON BRASIL LTDA
Address
AVENIDA CARLOS GOMES, 2309 SAO
CRISTOVAO 76804037
RUA ANITA GARIBALDI, 11 CENTRO
89240000
AVENIDA TORQUATO TAPAJOS, 5555
TARUMA 69041025
AVENIDA AUTAZ MIRIM, 1000 DISTRITO
INDUSTRIAL 69075155
RUA PEDRO FERREIRA, 155 SALA 1313
CENTRO 88301030
RUA LEONARDO COSTA GONCALVE, 1100
PARQUE MONTE VERDE 37466000
8.
RESINET IMPORTACAO E
EXPORTACAO S/A
9. TECNOPLAST S.A - INDUSTRIA E
COMERCIO DE PLASTICOS
10. PLASTICOS DO PARANA LTDA
11. POLY AMERICA LTDA - EPP
12. PROT CAP ARTIGOS PARA PROTECAO
INDUSTRIAL LTDA
13. UV PACK COMERCIO E SERVICOS DE
ACABAMENTOS GRAFICOS LTD
14. RUPLAST INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO
LTDA
RUA CYRO CORREIA PEREIRA, 667 CIC
81170230
RUA ARLINDO NATAL, 40 MODULO VI
UBERABA 81580460
AVENIDA JUSCELINO KUBITSCHE, 365
CIDADE INDUSTRIAL 81280140
RODOVIA DO CAFÉ S/N KM 5 NOVA
ORLEANS 81280000
RUA JOQUEI CLUBE, 93 PRADO VELHO
80215220
PRACA LOUVEIRA, 83 FUNDOS RUA
TUIUTI,6 TATUAPE 03080050
ESTRADA VILA JAGUARA, 126 LAPA
05089100
RODOVIA BR 101 SUL KM-17 S/N GALPAO
04 PRAZERES 54335000
15. EPCOS DO BRASIL LTDA.
RUA BERNARDO J FERREIRA, 624 PRQ DOS
ANJOS 94090120
16. TECIDOS LIDER INDUSTRIA E
COMERCIO LTDA
AVENIDA LAURO MONTE, 120 ABOLICAO I
59619000
17. LAMEDID COMERCIAL E SERVICOS
LTDA
18. PREMIUM RELIANCE COMERCIO E
INDUSTRIA DE PRODUTOS PARA
19. WEG EQUIPAMENTOS ELETRICOS S/A
AVENIDA GUPE 10767 GALPAO N .20,
BLOCO JARDIM BELVAL 06422120
ESTRADA DOS ROMEIROS, 2.830 GALPAO 04
CRUZ PRETA 06417000
AVENIDA PREFEITO WALDEMAR G, 3000
BLOCO H VILA LALAU 89256900
20. FUJICOM COMERCIO DE MATERIAIS
HOSPITALARES E IMPORTACAO
RUA PRESIDENTE CAFE FILHO, 1112 2
ANDAR SALA 02 JARDIM AMERICA
58310000
AVENIDA GOVERNADOR ERALDO G 20
TIMBO 53520800
21. MULTIPLAX INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO
DE PLASTICOS LTDA
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City (State)
Porto Velho
(Rondônia)
Sao
Francisco do
Sul (Santa
Catarina)
Manaus
(Amazonas)
Amount
US$ 10-20 million
Itajai (Santa
Catarina)
Itamonte
(Minas
Gerais)
Curitiba
(Paraná)
US$ 5-10 million
São Paulo
(São Paulo)
US$ 2-5 million
Jaboatao
dos
Guararapes
(Pernambuc
o)
Gravataí
(Rio Grande
do Sul)
Mossoró
(Rio Grande
do Norte)
Barueri (São
Paulo)
US$ 2-5 million
Jaragua do
Sul (Santa
Catarina)
Cabedelo
(Paraíba)
US$ 2-5 million
Abreu e
Lima
(Pernambuc
o)
< US$ 2 million
US$ 10-20 million
US$ 10-20 million
US$ 2-5 million
US$ 2-5 million
US$ 2-5 million
US$ 2-5 million
US$ 2-5 million
< US$ 2 million
22. CPR INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO DE
PLASTICO LTDA
ESTRADA BEIRA RIO S/N XEREM 25251000
23. VISCOTECH INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO
DE PLASTICOS TECNICOS LT
24. M&G FIBRAS BRASIL S/A
AVENIDA CELANESE, 3100 BORTOLAN
37704451
ALAMEDA POLIESTER, 1000 BORTOLAN SUL
37718001
RUA ALVARES CABRAL, 651 VILA
CONCEICAO 09981030
AVENIDA ENGENHEIRO LOURENCO, 2220
SALA 11 INDUSTRIAL 89500000
25. TIV PLASTICOS LIMITADA
26. AUTOCLAVE IMPORTACAO
EXPORTACAO E REPRESENTACOES
LTDA
27. ISOFIO INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO
LTDA
RUA MAJOR CARLO DEL PRETE, 1356
BAIRRO CERAMICA 09530001
28. PLASTER MG COMPOSTOS
INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO LTDA
AVENIDA PREFEITO JOSE DO NA 605 SANTA
EDWIGES 37600000
29. AGIR AGRESTE INDUSTRIAL DE RAFIA
S/A
DISTRITO INDUSTRIAL DE CARU SN ALTO DE
MOURA 55016080
30. M AGOSTINI S A
AVENIDA PASTOR MARTIN LUTHE, 989
INHAUMA 20760005
AVENIDA PASTOR MARTIN LUTHE, 8939
COLEGIO 21530012
KM.38 DA ESTRADA DE FERRO S S/N VILA
ELCLOR 09071190
AVENIDA ANTONIO CARDOSO, 319 PARQUE
CENTRAL 09280570
RUA ARMANDO ROCHA, 55 SALA 21 VILA
PALMARES 09061530
RUA ADELINO FONTOURA, 85 JARDIM
SILVANA 09120610
RUA CAPUA, 47 E 49 SALAS 3 E 4 VILA
METALURGICA 09220570
AVENIDA JULIA GAIOLLI, 1052 Q 3 GLEBA 3B
BONSUCESSO 07251500
31. TEADIT INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO
LTDA
32. SOLVAY DO BRASIL LTDA.
33. RHODIA POLIAMIDA E
ESPECIALIDADES LTDA
34. MONTEZANO DISTRIBUIDORA
COMERCIAL LTDA
35. WINDMOELLER & HOELSCHER DO
BRASIL LTDA
36. EDELSTEIN RTI DIVERSIFIED
INTERNATIONAL DO BRASIL ESPEC
37. CONVERPLAST EMBALAGENS LTDA
Duque de
Caixas (Rio
de Janeiro)
Poços de
Caldas
(Minas
Gerais)
Diadema
(São Paulo)
Caçador
(Santa
Catarina)
São Caetano
do Sul (São
Paulo)
Cambui
(Minas
Gerais)
Caruaru
(Pernambuc
o)
Rio de
Janeiro (Rio
de Janeiro)
< US$ 2 million
Santo André
(São Paulo)
< US$ 2 million
Guarulhos
(São Paulo)
< US$ 2 million
< US$ 2 million
< US$ 2 million
< US$ 2 million
< US$ 2 million
< US$ 2 million
< US$ 2 million
< US$ 2 million
Rubber Products (HS code 4001 to 4017)
Brazil imports each year over US$ 4.7 billion worth of Rubber Products (HS code 4001 to 4017). Top ten
source countries are United States (676 m), China (608 m), Thailand (367 m), Malaysia (301 m), Indonesia (285
m), Japan (263 m), South Korea (258 m), Argentina (255 m), Germany (205 m), Russia (140 m) and in 16th
India (92 m).
Brazil exports rubber products (mainly tyres for automobiles) worth US$ 2.5 billion each year to Argentina,
Venezuela, Mexico, Columbia and USA. For India, Brazil´s export figure of these products comes to US$ 25
million each year.
The details of Brazilian imports of rubber products from India are provided below:
Directory of Brazilian Companies/Entities importing Rubber products from India
Product HS Code and details of main items of imports from India: [4011: New pneumatic tyres, of rubber; 4014: Hygienic or
pharmaceutical articles (including teats), of vulcanised rubber other than hard rubber, with or without fittings of hard rubber; 4009:
Tubes, pipes and hoses, of vulcanised rubber other than hard rubber, with or without their fittings (for example, joints, elbows,
flanges); 4003: Reclaimed rubber in primary forms or in plates, etc.; 4016: Other articles of vulcanised rubber other than hard
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rubber;;4010: Conveyor or transmission belts or belting, of vulcanised rubber; 4015: Articles of apparel and clothing accessories
(including gloves, mittens and mitts), for all purposes, of vulcanised rubber other than hard rubber; 4013: Inner tubes, of rubber]
1.
Name of the Company
EMS S/A
2.
MINISTERIO DA SAUDE
3.
5.
BIOSINTETICA FARMACEUTICA
LTDA
UNIAO QUIMICA FARMACEUTICA
NACIONAL S A
RENAULT DO BRASIL S.A
6.
JS COMERCIO DE PNEUS LTDA
7.
GP CATARINENSE COMERCIO
IMPORTACAO E EXPORTACAO
LTDA
(trading company)
TRACAN MAQUINAS E SISTEMAS
PARA AGRICULTURA LTDA
4.
8.
9.
CAPITAL TRADE IMPORTACAO E
EXPORTACAO LTDA
10. SHM IMPORTACAO E
EXPORTACAO LTDA
11. CNH LATIN AMERICA LTDA
12. VOLVO DO BRASIL VEICULOS LTDA
13. DENSO DO BRASIL LTDA
14. R S PNEUS E EQUIPAMENTOS LTDA
15. BRUMEL DISTRIBUIDORA DE
PNEUS LTDA
16. TORTUGA-PRODUTOS DE
BORRACHA LTDA
17. ROHM AND HAAS QUIMICA LTDA.
18. GATES DO BRASIL INDUSTRIA E
COMERCIO LTDA
19. CANTU COMERCIO DE
PNEUMATICOS LTDA.
20. GENERAL MOTORS DO BRASIL
LTDA
21. BRAMONT MONTADORA
INDUSTRIAL E COMERCIAL DE
VEICULOS S/
22. MUSASHI DA AMAZONIA LTDA
23. FEDERAL MOGUL INDUSTRIA DE
AUTOPECAS LTDA.
24. STARA SA INDUSTRIA DE
Address
SAA/NORTE, 960 QUADRA 02 SAA
70310500
ESPLANAD DOS MINISTERIOS BL 11
ANEXO A SALA 420ª 70310500
µREA LOTE 01 AE SAIA VELHA S/N PARTE C
SANTA MARIA 72549550
TRECHO 01 S/N CJ 11 LOTES 6 A 12 SANTA
MARIA 72549555
AVENIDA RENAULT, 1300 BORDA DO
CAMPO 83070900
AVENIDA DAS AMERICAS, 636 CIDADE
JARDIM 83030640
RUA SAO DOMINGOS 540/D LIDER
89805273
City (State)
Brasília
(Distrito
Federal)
Amount
US$ 10-20 million
Sao Jose dos
Pinhais
(Paraná)
US$ 5-10 million
Chapecó
(Santa
Catarina)
US$ 5-10 million
RUA EDSON SOUTO, 600 LAGOINHA
14095250
Ribeirão
Preto (São
Paulo)
Itajaí (Santa
Catarina)
Cabedelo
(Paraiba)
Curitiba
(Paraná)
US$ 2-5 million
Anápolis
(Goiás)
Araucaria
(Paraná)
Jacarei (São
Paulo)
US$ 2-5 million
US$ 2-5 million
AVENIDA DOS ESTADOS, 4576 VILA
METALRGICA 09220570
AVENIDA DOS OITIS, 6360 DISTRITO
INDUSTRIAL 69075842
Picarras
(Santa
Catarina)
Santo André
(São Paulo)
Manaus
(Amazonas)
AVENIDA FLAMBOYANT, 931 DISTRITO
INDUSTRIAL 69075000
AVENIDA CUPIUBA, 761 DISTRITO
INDUSTRIAL 69075060
AVENIDA STARA, 519 SEDE 99470000
Nao-Me-
< US$ 2 million
AVENIDA CORONEL MARCOS KOND805
SALAS 156 E 157 – 1 CENTRO 88301302
RUA RUA PASTOR JOSE ALVES D 743 SALA 2
CAMALAU 58310970
AVENIDA JUSCELINO KUBITSCHE, 11825
CIDADE INDUSTRIAL 81450903
AVENIDA JUSCELINO K DE OLIV
, 2600
LAT DIREITA CIC 81260900
RUA JOAO CHEDE, 891 CIDADE INDUSTRIAL
81170220
RUA PAUL GARFUNKEL, 150 CIC 81460040
AVENIDA BRASIL SUL, 6345 SAO JOAO
75123390
AVENIDA DAS ARAUCARIAS, 5500 CIAR
83707000
AVENIDA PRESIDENTE HUMBERTO, 3200
RIO ABAIXO 12321150
AVENIDA SANTA MARIA, 600 AVAREY
12328320
RODOVIA BR 101 S/N BELA VISTA
88380000
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US$ 2-5 million
US$ 2-5 million
US$ 2-5 million
US$ 2-5 million
US$ 2-5 million
US$ 2-5 million
US$ 2-5 million
IMPLEMENTOS AGRICOLAS
25. AMBRA IMPORTADORA E
EXPORTADORA LTDA.
AVENIDA CARLOS LINDENBERG, 4.678
BLOCO B NOSSA SENHORA DA PE 29110286
26. BLAU FARMACEUTICA S.A.
RODOVIA RAPOSO TAVARES, 2833 UND.II
PR 200/300 BARRO BRANCO 06705030
AVENIDA JOAQUIM CONSTANTINO, 1833
PQ HIGIENOPOLIS 19053300
27. BRUMEL DISTRIBUIDORA DE
PNEUS LTDA
28. BRUMEL DISTRIBUIDORA DE
PNEUS LTDA
29. WEST DISTRIBUIDORA E
COMERCIO DE PNEUS LTDA
30. C.R.I. BOMBAS HIDRAULICAS
LTDA.
31. HIDRARA - IMPORTACAO E
EXPORTACAO DE CONEXOES E
EQUIPAM
RUA JOAO EUGENIO, 255 COSTEIRA
83203400
RUA JOSE MARTINS DOS SANTOS, 83 VILA
RUTE 83221565
AVENIDA RODRIGO FERNANDO GR, 457 JD.
DOS MANACAS, 14801534
AVENIDA ENGENHEIRO CAMILO D, 4101
JARDIM REGINA 14808100
Toque (Rio
Grande do
Sul)
Vila Velha
(Espirito
Santo)
Cotia (São
Paulo)
Presidente
Prudente
(São Paulo)
Paranagua
(Paraná)
Araraquara
(São Paulo)
< US$ 2 million
< US$ 2 million
< US$ 2 million
< US$ 2 million
< US$ 2 million
Textile & Leather Products(HS code 5001 to 6704)
Brazil imports each year over US$ 7.6 billion worth of Textile Products (HS code 5001 to 6704). Top ten source
countries are China (3.7 b), India (567 m), Indonesia (479 m), Vietnam (429 m), United States (225 m),
Taiwan (208 m), Bangladesh (196 m), South Korea (158 m), Argentina (156 m) and Turkey (130 m).
Brazil´s exports in this category are limited to footwear and leather products worth US $ 1.5 billion to
developed countries and cotton of over US$ 1 billion worth to China, Indonesia, Vietnam, South Korea and
Taiwan.
The details of Brazilian imports of Textile & Leather products from India are provided below:
Directory of Brazilian Companies/Entities importing Textile & Leather products from India
Product HS Code and details of main items of imports from India: [5402: Synthetic filament yarn (other than sewing thread), not put
up for retail sale, including synthetic monofilament of less than 67 decitex; 6206: Women's or girls' blouses, shirts and shirt-blouses;
5205: Cotton yarn (other than sewing thread), containing 85 % or more by weight of cotton, not put up for retail sale; 6204: Women's
or girls' suits, ensembles, jackets, blazers, dresses, skirts, divided skirts, trousers, bib and brace overalls, breeches and shorts (other
than swimwear); 5509: Yarn (other than sewing thread) of synthetic staple fibres, not put up for retail sale; 5208: Woven fabrics of
cotton, containing 85 % or more by weight of cotton, weighing not more than 200 g/m2; 6106: Women's or girls' blouses, shirts and
shirt-blouses, knitted or crocheted; 6105: Men's or boys' shirts, knitted or crocheted; 6406: Parts of footwear (including uppers
whether or not attached to soles other than outer soles); removable insoles, heel cushions and similar articles; gaiters, leggings and
similar articles, and parts thereof; 6205: Men's or boys' shirts; 5703: Carpets and other textile floor coverings, tufted, whether or not
made-up; 6109: T-shirts, singlets and other vests, knitted or crocheted; 6305: Sacks and bags, of a kind used for the packing of goods;
5702: Carpets and other textile floor coverings, woven, not tufted or flocked, whether or not made-up, including
Kelem,Schumacks,Karamanie’ and similar hand-woven rugs; 5407: Woven fabrics of synthetic filament yarn, including woven fabrics
obtained from materials of heading 5404; 6214: Shawls, scarves, mufflers, mantillas, veils and the like; 6302: Bed linen, table linen,
toilet linen and kitchen linen; 5403: Artificial filament yarn (other than sewing thread), not put up for retail sale, including artificial
monofilament of less than 67 decitex; 6403: Footwear with outer soles of rubber, plastics, leather or composition leather and uppers
of leather; 6203: Men's or boys' suits, ensembles, jackets, blazers, trousers, bib and brace overalls, breeches and shorts (other than
swimwear); 6104: Women's or girls' suits, ensembles, jackets, blazers, dresses, skirts, divided skirts, trousers, bib and brace overalls,
breeches and shorts (other than swimwear), knitted or crocheted; 6111: Babies' garments and clothing accessories, knitted or
crocheted; 5204: Cotton sewing thread, whether or not put up for retail sale; 6301: Blankets and travelling rugs]
1.
2.
Name of the Company
KATRES COMERCIAL LTDA
(trading company)
KETER IMPORTACAO E
Address
AVENIDA GOVERNADOR ADOLFO K 2820 SAO
VICENTE 88308004
RUA DR. PEDRO FERREIRA, 155 SALA 1306
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City (State)
Itajai (Santa
Catarina)
Amount
US$ 90-100
million
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
EXPORTACAO LTDA
(trading company)
INDÚSTRIAS TEXTEIS SUECO
LTDA
UNIFI DO BRASIL LTDA.
TECELAGEM SALIBA S/A
AVANTI INDUSTRIA,
COMERCIO, IMPORTACAO E
EXPORTACAO LTD
SULTAN INDUSTRIA E
COMERCIO DE ARTEFATOS
TEXTEIS LTDA
ADAR INDUSTRIA , COMERCIO
IMPORTACAO E EXPORTACAO
LTDA
CORTTEX INDUSTRIA TEXTIL
LTDA
C&A MODAS LTDA.
ARTHUR LUNDGREN TECIDOS
S A CASAS PERNAMBUCANAS
ETNA COMERCIO DE MOVEIS
E ARTIGOS PARA DECORACAO
S.A.
CONFIANCA COMERCIO
EXTERIOR LTDA
(trading company)
LINK COMERCIAL
IMPORTADORA E
EXPORTADORA LTDA
(trading company)
COMPANHIA INTEGRADA
TEXTIL DE PERNAMBUCO CITEPE
GUABIFIOS PRODUTOS
TEXTEIS LTDA
LPR BRASIL REPRESENTACAO,
COMERCIO E SERVICOS LTDA.
CIA. HERING
19. VULCABRAS AZALEIABA,CALCADOS E ARTIGOS
ESPORTIVOS S/A
20. COTECE S.A.
21. VICUNHA TEXTIL S/A.
22. OSASUNA PARTICIPACOES
LTDA.
23. TEXTIL RENAUXVIEW SA
24. INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO DE
MALHAS RVB LTDA
25. SANCRIS LINHAS E FIOS LTDA
26. BRASIL MUNDI IMPORTACAO
CENTRO 8301030
RODOVIA BR 101, KM 112 700 KM 55,5
SALSEIROS 88311600
AVENIDA ALBERTO VIEIRA ROMA, 1717 CENTRO
37130000
RUA PIO XII, 60 JARDIM SAO CARLOS 37130000
RUA JOSE SCARANCE, 888 KM 277.2 DISTRITO
INDUSTRIAL 79613003
Alfenas (Minas
Gerais)
US$ 40-50
million
Tres Lagoas (Mato
Grosso do Sul)
US$ 30-40
million
Barueri (São Paulo)
US$ 60-70
million
Pomerode (Santa
Catarina)
US$ 30-40
million
RODOVIA PE - 60, COMPLEXO I SN
EMPRESARIAL CENTER SUAPE 55590000
Ipojuca
(Pernambuco)
US$ 20-30
million
RUA JOSE JULIO SCHUMACHER, 630 CENTRO
88360000
RUA PEDRO CELESTINO DE ARAU, 33 JARDIM
BLUMENAU 89010380
RUA HERMANN HERING, 1790 BOM RETIRO
89010900
AVENIDA JULIO JOSE RODRIGUE, 1996 VILA
IZABEL 45700000
Guabiruba (Santa
Catarina)
Blumenau (Santa
Catarina)
US$ 10-20
million
US$ 20-30
million
Itapetinga (Bahia)
US$ 5-10
million
AVENIDA PARQUE LESTE, 200 DISTRITO
INDUSTRIAL 61910000
RODOVIA DR. MENDEL STEINBRU SN KM 09
SETOR SI 1 DIST. INDUSTRIAL 61901410
AVENIDA PARQUE NORTE I, 89 DISTRITO
INDUSTRIAL 61939170
RUA CENTENARIO, 215 CENTRO 88351020
RUA ABRAO DE SOUZA E SILVA, 750 BATEAS
88355570
AVENIDA GERMANO FURBRINGER, 107 JARDIM
MALUCHE 88354600
AVENIDA RIO BRANCO, 847 SALA 1102 CENTRO
Maracanau (Ceará)
US$ 10-20
million
Brusque (Santa
Catarina)
US$ 10-20
million
Florianopolis (Santa
US$ 5-10
AVENIDA YOUSSEF AHMAD EL JA 7410 PARQUE
INDUSTRIAL I 79601970
AVENIDA MABEL S/N DISTRITO INDUSTRIAL
79601970
BR 158 - ANEL VIARIO AMIR S/N KM 277,5
ZONA RURAL 79601970
RUA PIRACEMA 1231 TAMBORE 06460030
ESTRADA DOS ALPES, 890 A JARDIM BELVAL
06423080
RUA DA BICA, 285 JARDIM BELVAL 06422125
RUA 15 DE NOVEMBRO 10522 TESTO CENTRAL
89107000
RUA ARNOLDO HASS, 100 CENTRO 89107000
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E EXPORTACAO LTDA
27. DOHLER S.A.
28. NANETE TEXTIL LTDA
29. MARISOL VESTUARIO SA
30. RESTOQUE COMERCIO E
CONFECCOES DE ROUPAS S/A
31. TELLERINA COMERCIO DE
PRESENTES E ARTIGOS PARA
DECORACA
32. NEHA IMPORTS EXPORTS
LTDA.
33. PALAK FASHIONS COMERCIO
LTDA.
34. GREEN DISTRIBUICAO
IMPORTACAO E EXPORTACAO
LTDA
35. UNIAO DE LOJAS LEADER S.A
36. SOCINTER SUL COMERCIO
INTERNACIONAL LTDA
37. LOJAS RENNER S.A.
38. RBX RIO COMERCIO DE
ROUPAS LTDA.
39. BWT COMERCIO
IMPORTACAO E EXPORTACAO
LTDA
(trading company)
40. LOJAS RENNER S.A.
41. ZANOTTI PACATUBA
INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO DE
ARTIGOS TEXTEI
42. BABYSOL COMERCIO
ATACADISTA E SERVICOS DE
DISTRIBUICAO
43. MARISOL COMERCIO
ATACADISTA E SERVICOS DE
DISTRIBUICAO
44. MARISA LOJAS S.A.
45. COOP INDUSTRIAL E
COMERCIAL LIMITADA
46. ANTEX LTDA
47. COLORTEXTIL NORDESTE LTDA
48. GEP INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO
LTDA
49. INBRANDS S.A
50. CATA TECIDOS E
88015200
(trading company)
RUA ARNO WALDEMAR DOHLER, 145 ZONA
INDUSTRIAL NOR 89219902
RODOVIA SC 416 2727 RIO CERRO I 89251970
RUA BERNARDO DORNBUSCH 1400 VILA LALAU
89256901
RUA OTHAO, 405 VILA LEOPOLDINA 05313020
Catarina)
million
Joinville (Santa
Catarina)
Jaragua do Sul
(Santa Catarina)
US$ 5-10
million
US$ 5-10
million
São Paulo (São
Paulo)
US$ 20-30
million
Balneario Camboriu
(Santa Catarina)
US$ 2-5
million
RUA FRANCISCO DE SOUSA E ME 1590 PARTE
CORDOVIL 21010410
AVENIDA DAS AMERICAS 3333 11 ANDAR
BARRA DA TIJUCA 22631003
ESTRADA DA LAMA PRETA 2805 SANTA CRUZ
23575450
RUA SAO CRISTOVAO, 786 SAO CRISTOVAO
20940000
RUA MARCILIO DIAS, 40 CENTRO 89240000
Rio de Janeiro (Rio
de Janeiro)
US$ 10-20
million
São Francisco do
Sul (Santa Catarina)
US$ 5-10
million
AVENIDA PEDRA BRANCA S/N ESQ COM AV DAS
UNIV PEDRA BRANCA 88137270
AVENIDA MARGINAL NORDESTE 1001 SENADOR
CARLOS JERE 61865000
Palhoça (Santa
Catarina)
Pacatuba (Ceará)
US$ 5-10
million
US$ 2-5
million
Navegantes (Santa
Catarina)
US$ 5-10
million
Fazenda Rio Grande
(Paraná)
Maruim (Sergipe)
Serra (Espírito
Santo)
US$ 2-5
million
US$ 2-5
million
US$ 5-10
million
Camacari (Bahia)
US$ 2-5
AVENIDA DR. CHUCRI ZAIDAN
BROOKLIN PAULISTA 04583110
281
RUA 25 DE MARCO 575 9 ANDAR CENTRO
01021200
RUA 25 DE MARCO 575 1. ANDAR CENTRO
01021200
RUA PROTASIO BOAVENTURA CAE 56 SALA 01
PIONEIROS 88331075
RODOVIA CE 060,KM 11S/N PAVUNA 61800000
RODOVIA CE 060 KM 11, DEPOS S/N PAVUNA
61800000
RUA PREFEITO MANOEL EVALDO, 650 VOLTA
GRANDE 88375000
RUA OSMAR GAYA 633 SALA 101 - ED. ANA
CENTRO 88375000
FRANCISCO FERREIRA DA CRUZ, 2500 PINHEIROS
83820000
AVENIDA MAISA S/N
AREA 01 INDUSTRIAL
49770000
RUA SAMUEL MEIRA BRASIL, 394 TAQUARA II
29167650
AVENIDA ACESSO RODOVIARIO S/N TIMS
29161376
RUA DOS PLASTICOS, 315 AREA INDL LESTE
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EMBALAGENS INDUSTRIAIS
LIMITADA
51. TAPETES SAO CARLOS LTDA
52. MACROFERTIL - INDUSTRIA E
COMERCIO DE FERTILIZANTES
LTD
(HS c 6305 - Sacks and bags)
53. COMPANHIA TECIDOS
SANTANENSE
54. AMMIS CONFECCOES LTDA
55. COSTA RICA MALHAS E
CONFECCOES LTDA
56. HUDTELFA TEXTILE
TECHNOLOGY LTDA
57. ARTOP DISTRIBUIDORA
IMPORTADORA E
EXPORTADORA LTDA
58. TEXTIL J SERRANO LTDA
59. COVOLAN INDUSTRIA TEXTIL
LTDA
60. RANER INDUSTRIA COMERCIO
IMPORTACAO E EXPORTACAO
LTDA
61. TEXTIL LEITAO LTDA
62. TECELAGEM PANAMERICANA
LTDA.
63. MALHAS TEDA INDUSTRIA
COMERCIO IMPORTACAO E
EXPORTACAO
64. TEXTIL ANTONIOLLI LTDA
65. TEXTIL CANATIBA LTDA
66. TECEART
INDUSTRIA
E
COMERCIO LTDA
67. NIKE DO BRASIL COMERCIO E
PARTICIPACOES LTDA
68. ZARA BRASIL LTDA
69. TEMPE BRASIL COMERCIO DE
CALCADOS LTDA.
70. ZARA HOME BRASIL
PRODUTOS PARA O LAR LTDA
71. PUMA SPORTS LTDA.
72. RENNER SAYERLACK S/A
73. CREACOES OPCAO LTDA
74. JULE INDUSTRIA TEXTIL LTDA
75. IKINHA INDUSTRIA TEXTIL
COPEC 42810240
million
RUA MIGUEL GIOMETTI, 340 VILA ELIZABETH
13560361
AVENIDA PAULO CANHOLA, 591 BAIRRO
ALVORADA 83221130
São Carlos (São
Paulo)
Paranaguá (Paraná)
US$ 2-5
million
< US$ 2
million
AVENIDA DR ALCIDES GONCALVE, 1500
35680583
RUA ZEZE LIMA,736 CENTRO 35680045
RUA JOSE ADOLFO MAFRA, 180 INDAIA
88270000
AVENIDA INDUSTRIAL, 2000 CACHOEIRA
13460000
RUA BARAO DO RIO BRANCO, 122 GLORIA
89136000
(trading company)
RODOVIA RAPOSO TAVARES S/N KM 43/44
PORTAO VERMELHO 06730000
RUA DOS POTIGUARES, 450 DISTRITO
INDUSTRIAL 13456108
Itauna (Minas
Gerais)
< US$ 2
million
Nova Trento (Santa
Catarina)
Nova Odessa (São
Paulo)
Rodeio (Santa
Catarina)
US$ 2-5
million
US$ 2-5
million
< US$ 2
million
Vargem Grande
Paulista (São Paulo)
Santa Barbara
D’Oeste (SãoPaulo)
US$ 2-5
million
< US$ 2
million
Louveira (São
Paulo)
Cajamar (São
Paulo)
US$ 2-5
million
US$ 2-5
million
Petropolis (Rio de
Janeiro)
US$ 2.5
million
RUA
DO ACUCAR 56/62 R. FLUORITA,
JARDIM SÃO FERNANDO 13454178
RUA DA AGRICULTURA, 60 SEM COMPLEMENTO
JARDIM PEROLA 13454000
RUA LUIZ OMETTO, 205 DISTRITO INDUSTRIAL
13456114
RUA GUSTAVO BARROSO, 104 DISTRITO
INDUSTRIAL 13457200
RUA FLUORITA, 476 JARDIM PEROLA 13454270
AVENIDA INTERDISTRITAL COME, 350 CIDADE
INDUSTRIAL 13456901
AVENIDA DIRCEU DIAS CARNEIR, 360 DISTRITO
INDUSTRIAL 13457198
ESTRADA DA CRUZ GRANDE, 1700 KM 224,820 PT
32 SANTO ANTONIO 13290000
AVENIDA MARGINAL DO RIBEIRA, 200 PARQUE
INDUSTRIAL 07760000
AVENIDA MARGINAL DO RIBEIRA, 200 PARQUE
INDUSTRIAL 07760000
AVENIDA MARGINAL DO RIBEIRA, 200 PARQUE
INDUSTRIAL 07760000
AVENIDA TENENTE MARQUES, 1246 BAIRRO DO
POLVILHO 07750000
AVENIDA JORDANO MENDES, 1500 2000
JORDANESIA 07760000
ESTRADA UNIAO E INDUSTRIA, 870 ROSEIRAL
25715131
RUA GAL MARCIANO MAGALHES, 127 PARTE
MORIN 25630405
RUA GENERAL MARCIANO MAGALH, 127
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LTDA
76. LEXMAR INDUSTRIA E
COMERCIO DE MALHAS LTDA
77. IT CEM POR CENTO
INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO DE
CONFECCOES LTD
78. IMPERIO DO SOL COMERCIO
DE ROUPAS EIRELI
GALPAO A MORIN 25630405
RUA PROFESSOR TROELER 953 QUART.
BRASILEIRO 25680170
RUA QUISSAMA, 1931 LOJA E GALPAO
QUISSAMA 25615531
RUA THEREZA, 384 SALA 153 ALTO DA SERRA
25625018
Engineering Products (HS code 7201 to 9033)
Brazil imports each year over US$ 111billion worth of Engineering Products (HS code 7201 to 9033). Top ten
source countries are China (24 b), United States (15.5 b), Argentina (9.5 b), Germany (9 b), South Korea (7.4
b), Japan (5.6 b), Italy (4.6 b), Mexico (3.9 b), France (3.8 b), Taiwan (2 b), and in 20th India (872m).
Brazil exports about US$ 55 billion worth of engineering products every year in the same HS Code range. It´s
exports are mainly cars, trucks, auto ancillaries produced by multinational companies in Brazil for Argentina
and other Latin American Countries worth close to US$ 20 billion; Embraer Jets worth US$ 3-4 billion and
ferro-alloy, and iron and steel products close to US$ 7-8 billion. India´s imports from Brazil in this area are
limited to Embraer jets and Agro machinery totaling about US $ 300-400 million.
Brazil imports electrical equipments worth US $ 30 billion from China (10 b), South Korea (4 b) , USA (2.8 b),
Taiwan (1.2 b) and Germany (1.2 b) [India (150-200 million)]. Brazil´s imports of mechanical equipments and
machinery are close to US $ 35 billion each year coming from China (8 b), USA (7 b), Germany (4 b), Italy (2.5
b) and Japan (2.1 b) [India (350-400 million)]. Brazil imports auto and auto ancillaries products worth US $ 22
billion from Argentina (8 b), Mexico (2.5 b), Germany (2 b), South Korea (1.6 b) and Japan(1.3 b) [India (150200 million)].
The details of Brazilian imports of engineering products from India are provided below:
Directory of Brazilian Companies/Entities importing Engineering products from India
Product HS Code and details of main items of imports from India: [8708: Parts and accessories of the motor vehicles of heading
8701 to 8705; 8483: Transmission shafts (including cam shafts and crank shafts) and cranks; bearing housings and plain shaft bearings;
gears and gearing; ball or roller screws; gear boxes and other speed changers, including torque converters; flywheels and pulleys,
including; 8419: Machinery, plant or laboratory equipment, whether or not electrically heated (excluding furnaces, ovens, and other
equipment of heading 8514), for the treatment of materials by a process involving a change of temperature such as heating, cooking,
roasting; 7219: Flat-rolled products of stainless steel, of a width of 600 mm or more; 8409: Parts suitable for use solely or principally
with the engines of heading No 8407 or 8408; 8413: Pumps for liquids, whether or not fitted with a measuring device; liquid elevators;
8414: Air or vacuum pumps, air or other gas compressors and fans; ventilating or recycling hoods incorporating a fan, whether or not
fitted with filters; 9018: Instruments and appliances used in medical, surgical, dental or veterinary sciences, including scintigraphic
apparatus, other electromedical apparatus and sight-testing instruments; 8408: Compression-ignition internal combustion piston
engines (diesel or semi-diesel engines); 8482: Ball or roller bearings; 8479: Machines and mechanical appliances having individual
functions, not specified or included elsewhere in this chapter; 8431: Parts suitable for use solely or principally with the machinery of
headings 8425 to 8430; 8481: Taps, cocks, valves and similar appliances for pipes, boiler shells, tanks, vats or the like, including
pressure-reducing valves and thermostatically controlled valves; 7325: Other cast articles of iron or steel; 8538: Parts suitable for use
solely or principally with the apparatus of heading 8535, 8536 or 8537; 8517: Electrical apparatus for line telephony or line telegraphy,
including line telephone sets with cordless handsets and telecommunication apparatus for carrier-current line systems or for digital
line systems; videophones; 7222:Other bars and rods of stainless steel; angles, shapes and sections of stainless steel; 8503: Parts
suitable for use with the machines of heading 8501 or 8502; 7326: Other articles of iron or steel; 8523: Prepared unrecorded media for
sound recording or similar recording of other phenomena, other than products of Chapter 37; 8536: Electrical apparatus for switching
or protecting electrical circuits, or for making connections to or in electrical circuits (for example, switches, relays, fuses, surge
suppressors, plugs, sockets, lamp-holders, junction boxes); 8474: Machinery for sorting, screening, separating, washing, crushing,
grinding, mixing or kneading earth, stone, ores or other mineral substances, in solid (including powder or paste) form; machinery for
agglomerating, shaping or moulding solid mineral fuels; 8450: Household or laundry-type washing machines, including machines which
both wash and dry; 8504: Electrical transformers, static converters (for example, rectifiers) and inductors]
1.
2.
Name of the Company
TOYOTA DO BRASIL LTDA
ZF DO BRASIL LTDA
Address
AVENIDA TOYOTA, 9005 ITAVUVU 18079755
RUA DR JURGEN ULDERUP, 541 EDEN
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City (State)
Sorocaba (São
Paulo)
Amount
US$ 60-70
million
3.
SCHAEFFLER BRASIL LTDA
4.
5.
SECO TOOLS INDUSTRIA E
COMERCIO LIMITADA
CNH LATIN AMERICA LTDA
6.
CNH LATIN AMERICA LTDA
7.
ROBERT BOSCH LIMITADA
8.
VOLVO DO BRASIL VEICULOS LTDA
9.
DENSO DO BRASIL LTDA
18103017
AVENIDA INDEPENDENCIA, 3500 A EDEN
18103000
AVENIDA JONHN BOYD DUNLOP, 1500
GALPAO 1 INDUSTRIAL EDEN 18087155
AVENIDA JEROME CASE, 1801 KM 55 - PARTE CJ APARECIDINHA 18087220
AVENIDA JUSCELINO KUBITSCHE, 11825
CIDADE INDUSTRIAL 81450903
AVENIDA JUSCELINO K DE OLIV, 11800 CIDADE
INDUSTRIAL 81450902
AVENIDA JUSCELINO K DE OLIV, 2600 LAT
DIREITA CIC 81260900
RUA JOAO CHEDE, 891 CIDADE INDUSTRIAL
81170220
RUA ARTHUR MARTINS FRANCO, 820 CIDADE
INDUSTRIAL 81350100
AVENIDA TEPORTI, 876 SALA 02 CORDEIROS
88311480
10. FUJI AUTOTECH AUTOPECAS DO
BRASIL LTDA
11. COLUMBIA TRADING S/A
12. TRUST - IMPORTACAO E
EXPORTACAO LTDA
13. COMPANHIA INTEGRADA TEXTIL DE
PERNAMBUCO - CITEPE
Onetime order for the establishment
of its facilities. It manufactures
polyester polymers & filaments,
resin for PET pkging
14. RENAULT DO BRASIL S.A
15. NOKIA SOLUTIONS AND NETWORKS
DO BRASIL TELECOMUNICACOES
16. LINCK MAQUINAS SA
17. AGCO DO BRASIL COMERCIO E
INDUSTRIA LTDA
18. INTERNATIONAL INDUSTRIA
AUTOMOTIVA DA AMERICA DO SUL
LT
19. ALSTOM GRID ENERGIA LTDA.
20. JOHN DEERE BRASIL LTDA
21. MERITOR DO BRASIL SISTEMAS
AUTOMOTIVOS LTDA.
22. CORNETA FERRAMENTAS LTDA.
23. CATERPILLAR BRASIL LTDA
24. WHIRLPOOL S.A
25. FORD MOTOR COMPANY BRASIL
LTDA
26. BENTELER COMPONENTES
RODOVIA BR 101, 1825 SALA 02 A SALSEIROS
88311600
RODOVIA PE - 60, COMPLEXO I SN
EMPRESARIAL CENTER SUAPE 55590000
AVENIDA RENAULT, 1300 BORDA DO CAMPO
83070900
AVENIDA RUI BARBOSA, 5525 AFONSO PENA
83045350
RODOVIA CONTORNO LESTE BR-1, 6965
QUISSISSANA 83085058
AVENIDA GUILHERME SCHELL, 10260 SAO LUIS
92420000
AVENIDA GUILHERME SCHELL, 10160 PREDIO
2-C SAO LUIS 92420000
AVENIDA GUILHERME SCHELL, 11500 CENTRO
92420000
VIA OESTE, ESQUINA VIA II S/N BOM JARDIM
DO CAI 95780000
AVENIDA JOAO BATISTA, 825 CENTRO
06097105
RUA MANUEL ANTONIO PORTELLA, 240 A LOJA
17 - CJ 2122 PRESIDENTE ALTINO 06210901
AVENIDA JOAO BATISTA, 825 CENTRO
06097105
AVENIDA 80 A, 777 CHACARA RIO CLARO
13506095
AVENIDA HENRY FORD, 2000 BAIRRO COPEC
42810000
AVENIDA HENRY FORD, 2.000 PREDIO
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Curitiba
(Paraná)
US$ 40-50
million
Itajaí (Santa
Catarina)
US$ 30-40
million
Ipojuca
(Pernambuco)
US$ 22
million in
2013;
US$ 123
million in
2012
US$ 20-30
million
São José dos
Pinhais
(Paraná)
Canoa (Rio
Grande do
Sul)
US$ 20-30
million
Montenegro
(Rio Gr.doSul)
Osasco (São
Paulo)
US$ 10-20
million
US$ 18
million
Campo Largo
(Paraná)
Rio Claro (São
Paulo)
Camacari
(Bahia)
US$ 10-20
million
US$ 5-10
million
US$ 10-20
million
AUTOMOTIVOS LTDA
27. CONTINENTAL DO BRASIL
PRODUTOS AUTOMOTIVOS LTDA
28. CNH LATIN AMERICA LTDA
29. ESAB INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO LTDA
30. MASTER SISTEMAS AUTOMOTIVOS
LTDA
31. RANDON SA IMPLEMENTOS E
PARTICIPACOES
32. AGRALE SOCIEDADE ANONIMA
33. INVENSYS APPLIANCE CONTROLS
LTDA
34. TEKNO S.A. INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO
35. LIEBHERR AEROSPACE BRASIL
INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO DE EQUIP
36. SUZLON ENERGIA EOLICA DO BRASIL
LTDA.
37. ACO CEARENSE COMERCIAL LTDA
38. VALE S.A.
BENTELER COPEC 42810900
AVENIDA ATLANTICA S/N COPEC POLO
PETROQUIMICO 42810000
AVENIDA GENERAL DAVID SARNO, 2237
CIDADE INDUSTRIAL 32210900
RUA ZEZE CAMARGOS, 117 CIDADE INDUSTRIAL
32210080
RUA ATILIO ANDREAZZA, 3520 INTERLAGOS
95052070
AVENIDA ABRAMO RANDON, 660 INTERLAGOS
95055010
ESTRADA FEDERAL BR 116 - KM 15104 SAO
CIRO 95059520
RUA TRONCA, 1370 EXPOSICAO 95010100
RODOVIA WASHINGTON LUIZ S N KM 181 2
ENGENHEIRO NEIVA 12522010
RUA DR HANS LIEBHERR, 1 UND. INDUSTRIAL A
VILA BELA 12522640
AVENIDA SENADOR VIRGILIO TA, 195 MEIRELES
60170250
RUA ANTONIO POMPEU, 1900 CENTRO
60040001
AVENIDA DANTE MICHELINI, 550 5500 PONTA
DE TUBARAO PARQUE INDUSTRIAL 29090900
39. INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO QUIMETAL
AS
AVENIDA NOSSA SENHORA DA PE, 570 SALA
109 PRAIA DO CANTO 29055912
40. COLUMBIA TRADING S/A
AVENIDA NOSSA SENHORA DOS N, 451 17
ANDAR - SALAS 17 ENSEADA DO SUA 29050335
AVENIDA JOSE ODORIZZI, 151 VL EURO
09810902
AVENIDA 31 DE MARCO, 2000 JARDIM
BORBOREMA 09772040
RODOVIA ESTADUAL RJ-116, KM S/N
SAMBAETIBA 24841203
RODOVIA BR 290 KM 67 S/N DIST IND
AUTOMOTIVO 94090120
RUA BERNARDO J FERREIRA, 624 PRQ DOS
ANJOS 94090120
RUA RICARDO BRUNO ALBARUS, 201 PAVILHAO
B DIST INDUSTRIAL 94045400
AVENIDA CENTENARIO, 200 CHACARA DAS
PEDRAS 94035240
AVENIDA ALMIRANTE MAXIMIANO, 4301 ZONA
PORTUARIA 96204040
41. SCANIA LATIN AMERICA LTDA
42. MAHLE METAL LEVE S.A.
43. PETROLEO BRASILEIRO S A
PETROBRAS
44. GENERAL MOTORS DO BRASIL LTDA
45. EPCOS DO BRASIL LTDA.
46. DANA INDUSTRIAS LTDA
47. AMVIAN INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO DE
PECAS AUTOMOTIVAS LTDA.
48. RG ESTALEIRO ERG2 S.A.
49. DESCARPACK DESCARTAVEIS DO
BRASIL LTDA
50. BRAMONT MONTADORA
INDUSTRIAL E COM. DE VEICULOS
51. MUSASHI DA AMAZONIA LTDA
RUA LEOBERTO LEAL, 1150 CENTRO 88320000
52. NOKIA DO BRASIL TECNOLOGIA LTDA
AVENIDA DOS OITIS, 6360 DISTRITO
INDUSTRIAL 69075842
AVENIDA FLAMBOYANT, 931 DISTRITO
INDUSTRIAL 69075000
AVENIDA TORQUATO TAPAJOS, 7200 KM 12
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Contagem
(Minas Gerais)
US$ 10-20
million
Caxias do Sul
(Rio Grande
do Sul)
US$ 10-20
million
Guaratingueta
(São Paulo)
US$ 5-10
million
Fortaleza
(Ceará)
US$ 10-20
million
Vitória
(Espírito
Santo)
Vitória
(Espírito
Santo)
São Bernardo
do Campo
(São Paulo)
US$ 10-20
million
Itaboraí (Rio
de Janeiro)
Gravataí (Rio
Grande do
Sul)
US$ 10-20
million
US$ 10-20
million
Rio Grande
(Rio Grande
do Sul)
Ilhota (Santa
Catarina)
Manaus
(Amazonas)
US$ 10-20
million
US$ 5-10
million
US$ 10-20
million
US$ 5-10
million
US$ 30-40
million
65. SANDVIK DO BRASIL S/A . INDUSTRIA
E COMERCIO
66. EATON LTDA
COLONIA TERRA NOVA 69093415
AVENIDA CUPIUBA, 761 DISTRITO INDUSTRIAL
69075060
AVENIDA DO TURISMO, 14694 B TARUMA
69041010
AVENIDA NOSSA SENHORA DA PI, 1021
PIEDADE 37504358
AVENIDA DAS NACOES UNIDAS, 22002
JURUBATUBA 04795000
AVENIDA RAIMUNDO PEREIRA DE, 136 220/230
VILA ANASTACIO 05092040
AVENIDA DAS NACOES UNIDAS, 21732 GALPAO
SMC JURUBATUBA 04795914
AVENIDA PRESIDENTE WILSON, 5059 IPIRANGA
04220001
RUA ARNALDO MAGNICCARO, 371 VILA GEA
04691060
RUA DIAMANTE PRETO, 1000 TATUAPE
03405000
AVENIDA DOS BANDEIRANTES, 485 1 ANDAR
VILA OLIMPIA 04553010
RUA VISCONDE DE PARNAIBA, 1464 MOOCA
03164300
AVENIDA EMBAIXADOR MACEDO S, 10735 VILA
ANASTACIO 05035000
AVENIDA NACOES UNIDAS, 21732 SANTO
AMARO 04795914
AVENIDA TOYOTA, 9005 ITAVUVU 18079755
67. TIMKEN DO BRASIL COMERCIAL
IMPORTADORA LTDA.
AVENIDA VIENA, 419 CENTRO INDUSTRIAL D
13140971
53. FEDERAL MOGUL INDUSTRIA DE
AUTOPECAS LTDA.
54. PROCOATING INDUSTRIAL DE
LAMINADO DA AMAZONIA LTDA
55. ALSTOM GRID ENERGIA LTDA.
56. INTERNATIONAL IND. AUTOMOTIVA
da AMERICA do SUL
57. ALSTOM BRASIL ENERGIA E
TRANSPORTE LTDA
58. SANDVIK MINING AND
CONSTRUCTION DO BRASIL S/A
59. ELINOX CENTRAL DE ACO
INOXIDAVEL LTDA
60. VOESTALPINE BOHLER WELDING
SOLDAS DO BRASIL LTDA
61. DI MARTINO INDUSTRIAS
METALURGICAS LTDA
62. BRAMONT MONTADORA
INDUSTRIAL E COM. DE VEICULOS
63. ARINOX COMERCIAL LTDA
64. IMPORTADORA EDA LTDA.
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Itajubá
(MinasGerais)
São Paulo (São
Paulo)
US$ 5-10
million
US$ 40-50
million
Valinhos (São
Paulo)
Paulínia (São
Paulo)
US$ 5-10
million
US$ 5-10
million
USEFUL INFORMATION FOR EXPORTERS
• Brazilian Government Procurement
Government procurement in Brazil is governed by Law 8666 of June 21, 1993, which mandates the establishment of competitive
bidding procedures for public procurements of goods and services, including those delivered from abroad. All ministries, quasigovernment (mixed capital) enterprises, self-governing bodies, and other State agencies are required, for the purpose of importing
goods and services from abroad, to publish bid notices open to all participants wishing to take part in a price quotation procedure. The
selection criteria are set forth in the bid notice, although in the majority of cases the lowest price criterion prevails, provided the
respective technical requirements and supply conditions in connection with the respective product are met.
IMPORTANT: In the case of a tie between a domestic and foreign supplier, by law preference must be given to the domestic supplier. In
general, a bank guarantee must be submitted with the proposal, in order to cover the costs of a new bidding procedure in the event
the winning bidder fails or opts not to sign the supply or service execution contract.
All bidding procedures are published on the Internet. The federal government operates a Procurement Portal:
http://www.comprasnet.gov.br
• Trade Promotion
Trade Fairs and Exhibits in Brazil (by sector): Trade fairs and exhibits for a variety of products and sectors are held in Brazil virtually
every year, primarily in the country’s largest cities. Foreign exporters are invited to take part or visit these events. The Ministry of
External Relations provides a search engine to allow users to identify trade shows held in the country by different attributes: sector,
location (state), trade promotion institution, scope (international, national, regional, state, or municipal), name of trade show, and
date of event. The information is available at: http://www.brasilglobalnet.gov.br through the following links – “Trade Shows and
Tourism” / “Trade Shows in Brazil.”
• Trade Missions to Brazil
Brazilian Embassies and Consulates, as well as the various Chambers of Commerce and the Ministry of External Relations, supported by
other State agencies and ministries, are available to public and private entities in countries wishing to organize trade missions to Brazil.
In general, the missions are organized and coordinated between related entities in Brazil and the country of origin, such as Chambers
of Commerce and Industry Associations, with the support of the Brazilian Embassy and the respective country’s diplomatic
representation in Brazil.
• Business Travel
Following preliminary contact with future and potential Brazilian importers, exporters from India should seriously consider the
possibility of traveling to Brazil to enter into direct contact with suppliers. Prior to traveling, exporters should take some basic steps to
ensure their visit to Brazil is as productive as possible. In addition to the routine procedures, such as preparing a list of competitive
product prices in advance for the Brazilian market, product samples and catalogues, and business cards and booking hotel and flight
reservations ahead of time, attention should be given to applying visa in time at the Brazilian Consulate and keeping a valid certificate
for Yellow Fever Vaccination.
• General Characteristics of Brazilian Trade Practices
Brazilian importers generally conduct in-depth research on suppliers throughout the global market. Therefore, exporters should have a
firm grasp of the competitive advantages of their products and clearly lay these out for potential clients. After swapping detailed
technical and business information on proposed transactions, importers will request issuance of a Pro Forma Invoice. While this does
not indicate a formal product order, the invoice is required to meet internal company procedures to finalize transactions.
There are three critical steps in the preliminary negotiations between parties: unit price, delivery schedule, and payment form.
Determining unit price requires setting out the pertinent sales conditions, referred to by the abbreviation Incoterms currently applied
in international commercial transactions. The delivery schedule in Brazil is contingent not only on the means of transportation
employed, but on the time required by Brazilian customs to nationalize the respective products. The payment form should be
determined in accordance with the existing modalities. Exporters are urged to present comprehensive productive catalogues, including
in electronic format and over the Internet. In addition, in many cases providing product samples is equally important and can be
carried out by the exporter’s representative in Brazil or directly by the exporter’s main office. Pursuant to Brazilian law, while product
samples are classified as imports they are subject to simplified customs procedures and exempt from import duties or other
obligations applied to regular imports.
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• Litigation and Disputes
In the case of legal actions and disputes between the parties, depending on the payment form, the respective issues may be resolved
as per the rules and regulations of the International Chamber of Commerce – ICC or, where an agreement is not reached, through the
courts in the jurisdiction established by contract, which may be located in the supplying or purchasing country alike.
• ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES FOR IMPORTING IN BRAZIL
Importing into Brazil involves procedures similar in complexity to those found in any other country. All
import procedures are performed through the Integrated Foreign Trade System (Sistema Integrado de
Comercio Exterior – SISCOMEX), which interconnects government agencies to all agents engaged in export
and import activities. The Foreign Trade Secretariat (Secretaria de Comércio Exterior – SECEX), a
subordinate body of the Ministry of Development, Industry, and Foreign Trade (MDIC), has primary
responsibility for implementing the mechanisms and instruments employed in the oversight and
enforcement of export and import transactions. Additional key agencies include the Brazilian Federal
Revenue Department (Secretaria da Receita Federal do Brasil – SRFB), a unit of the Ministry of Finance,
responsible for the applicable customs, fiscal, and tax procedures, and the Brazilian Central Bank
(BACEN), responsible for implementing the country’s financial a nd foreign exchange rules. The
administrative procedures for importing into Brazil involve the following requirements:
(i) certification of the importer’s eligibility on the SISCOMEX;
(ii) classification of the imported goods;
(iii) submission of the Pro Form Invoice;
(iv) registration of the transaction on the SISCOMEX;
(v) import licensing (licensing requirements are waived for the bulk of goods);
(vi) loading of goods in the country of origin;
(vi) issuance of international documents and customs clearance;
(vii) contracting of foreign exchange;
(ix) payment of applicable duties;
(x) issuance of Import Declaration;
(xi) release of cargo in Brazil.
SISCOMEX is a consolidated information database through which the registration, monitoring, and
control of foreign trade transactions are performed and is available at:
http://www.receita.fazenda.gov.br/Principal/Ingles/Versao2/default.asp
FOREIGN EXCHANGE FLOWS
FOR BRAZILIAN IMPORTS
GOODS SHIPPED FROM
ABROAD
OVERSEAS BANK ISSUES
DOCUMENTS
BRAZILIAN BANK NOTIFIES
IMPORTER OF ARRIVAL OF
DOCUMENTS
FOREIGN EXCHANGE
CONTRACT FOR IMPORTS
PAYABLE IN CASH
WITHDRAWAL
AUTHORIZATION FOR IMPORTS
PAYABLE IN INSTALLMENTS
BRAZILIAN BANK DELIVERS
DOCUMENTS TO IMPORTER
• GENERAL TAX TREATMENT FOR IMPORTS
The applicable tax treatment for Brazilian imports includes the Import Tax (Imposto de Importação – II) as well as a number of
additional levies assessed to products sold on the domestic market, with a view to ensuring goods produced in Brazil receive equal
treatment. While computing the levies assessed on imported goods may be quite complex, the SISCOMEX can automatically calculate
the applicable obligations by simply entering the classification of the respective goods and their customs value.
IMPORTANT: to avoid the cumulative payment of levies, Brazilian law provides that a credit be extended upon payment of obligations
at the time of import, which the importer can then use to offset equivalent levies assessed in subsequent transactions. In practice,
therefore, the levy applies only to the value added of the imported good.
1. Import Tax (IT) Federal tax assessed for exclusively economic (regulatory) ends and protection. The tax applies only to products
imported from abroad. The Import Tax is selective, as it varies according to country origin of the imported goods and the
characteristics of the respective product. The applicable rates are set forth in the Common External Tariff (CET), the customs duty
assessed by the member States of MERCOSUR. There is a specific rate for each item of the Common Nomenclature of MERCOSUR
(CNM). The tax is computed on the basis of the customs value of the imported goods. As a general rule, the customs value is calculated
based on the Free on Board (FOB) value plus the corresponding freight and international insurance amounts. The Import Tax is
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calculated through application of the CET rates to the respective tax base. The rates currently set forth in the CET are all ad valorem.
The Import Tax adheres to the following formula:
II = CET (%) x Customs Value
2. Excise Tax (Imposto sobre Produtos Industrializados – IPI) A federal tax which also varies according to the characteristics of the
respective product. As with the Import Tax, a specific rate applies (Excise Tax Index – TIPI) for each item of the Common Nomenclature
of MERCOSUR (CNM). The IPI is selectively applied as well. That is, the weight of the levy differs by virtue of the product’s strategic
importance, so that the most essential products are exempted. The obligation is calculated on the basis of the customs value of the
respective product plus the amount of the Import Tax. The tax is computed through application of the rates established in the TIPI.
IPI = TIPI (%) x (Customs Value + II)
3. Social Integration Program Contribution (Programa de Integração Social – PIS) and Social Security Financing Contribution
(Contribuição para o Financiamento da Seguridade Social - COFINS) Federal social contributions aimed at funding social security. Since
2004, the contributions have been applied to imported products, in order to ensure domestically produced goods receive equal
treatment. Imported goods are taxed at the same rate as domestic products. A fixed rate is applied to both contributions: 1.65% for
the PIS and 7.6% for the COFINS. Calculation of both contributions is based on the customs value of the goods plus the applicable
goods and services tax (Impostosobre Circulação de Mercadorias e de Serviços – ICMS) on the imported goods and the total value of
the contributions themselves, as these are included in the end price of the goods (gross up). In this light, the contributions adhere to
the following formula:
PIS = 1.65% x (Customs Value + ICMS + PIS + COFINS)
COFINS = 7.6% x (Customs Value + ICMS + PIS + COFINS)
4. Goods and Services Tax (Imposto sobre a Circulação de Mercadorias e Prestação de Serviços – ICMS) A state tax on the circulation of
goods on the domestic market and on interstate and inter-municipal transportation services, as well as telecommunications services.
The tax also applies, in general, to imported goods, in order to ensure domestically produced goods receive equal treatment. The tax
rate differs by virtue of the importance of the product and may range from zero, for essential goods, to 25%. Each state and the
Federal District have their own ICMS legislation, including different rates and distinct tax treatment. Therefore, to estimate the total
tax obligation, it is necessary to know in which state the respective good will be sold. The ICMS is calculated by adding the customs
value, the IT, the IPI, the ICMS itself (gross up), any other applicable levies on the imported goods, and the pertinent import customs
expenses, namely the costs relating to import clearance, such as warehousing, wharfage, etc. The estimated tax obligation, which can
only be calculated following arrival of the good – as total customs costs are not known prior to this point – is based on the following
formula:
ICMS = ICMS Rate (%) x (Customs Value + II + IPI + ICMS + PIS + COFINS + Customs Expenses)
or
ICMS = ICMS Rate (%) x [(Customs Value + II + IPI + PIS + COFINS + Customs Expenses)/(1 - ICMS Rate)]
5. Contribution for Intervention in the Economic Domain (Contribuição de Intervenção no Domínio Econômico – CIDE-Combustíveis)
The Contribution for Intervention in the Economic Domain is a federal tax assessed to regulate fuel prices. The CIDE-Fuel applies to the
import and sale of gasoline, diesel, aviation kerosene, fuel oil, liquefied petroleum gas, and ethanol. The contribution is calculated
based on sale volumes, to which a fixed value is assessed for each unit sold.
6. Additional Freight for the Renovation of the Merchant Marine (Adicional ao Frete para Renovação da Marinha Mercante – AFRMM)
The AFRMM is a federal social contribution for intervention in the economic domain assessed on the value of international freight or
cabotage and aimed at providing resources to support the government’s efforts to develop the Brazilian merchant marine and
shipbuilding and repair industry. The additional freight is assessed on a percentage of the port-to-port water transport service,
including port and other expenses listed on the bill of lading. Additional freight rates vary according to the type of navigation:
• 25% for long-course navigation; 10% for cabotage navigation; and 40% for inland and river navigation.
The AFRMM is not assessed on freight originating in the Member States of MERCOSUR and those included under international
agreements signed by Brazil that expressly waive the additional freight charge, such as the Economic Complementation Agreements
executed with the member countries of the Latin American Integration Association – ALADI.
7. SISCOMEX Use Fee Aimed at covering the Import Declaration registration costs on the Integrated Foreign Trade System – SISCOMEX.
The fee varies according to the CNM classification number under which the Import Declaration is registered.
8. Additional Costs In addition to the items listed above, imports are subject to other international commercial transaction fees
relating, which are regularly assessed in virtually every country:
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•
•
•
•
•
•
Wharfage (movement of goods at port);
Warehousing;
Import licensing costs;
Customs clearance costs;
Transport of goods to the premises of the local company;
Bank fees relating to opening of credit lines, etc..
IMPORTANT: With a view to providing guidance to importers, the Brazilian Revenue Department offers an import tax simulation model
at:
http://www4.receita.fazenda.gov.br/simulador/BuscaNCM.jsp
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GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EXPORTERS
1. Trade Habits
Brazilian entrepreneurs and executives are generally cordial and prefer to dispense with unnecessary formalities. However,
this does not mean they are unduly flexible negotiators. Brazilian importers want to receive all of the technical and commercial
information on the goods they purchase and the respective prices, including the respective customs classification. With the related
data in hand, importers can prepare the appropriate import schedules that take into account the applicable duties, warehousing, and
port costs, enabling more efficient and timely decisions about purchases. Therefore, exporters should make all product information
available. To the extent possible, no questions should go unanswered, as this could prompt delays in client decision. The absence of
any data or information could make clients think twice about concluding a business deal.
Another essential piece of information involves loading periods in the country of origin, to the extent that, depending on the
means of transportation employed, transit times become an important element in planning for the roll-out and sale of a particular
product on the domestic market. Extreme care should be taken with the volumes offered. For example, order volumes may be
substantial in the case of human consumption products, given the size of the Brazilian market. Therefore, exporters should be certain
of their capacity to supply the negotiated amounts within the agreed deadlines.
Clients should not be pressured in the hope of obtaining an immediate decision, insofar as concomitant queries into the
applicable customs rules are usually conducted, which can delay the decision-making process. What can happen at business meetings
is clients may request submission of the ProForma Invoice. As such, exporters are urged to have company letterhead with them.
Some importers will raise key contractual issues in business meetings, with the final draft concluded subsequently by fax or
email. Once a proposal has been formalized, the respective price and payment form should not be modified.
Commercial contracts are not usually concluded for small- or medium-sized purchases, as the Pro Forma Invoice serves this
purpose. In the event the negotiation involves goods and amounts which, in the exporter’s view, require a formal instrument,
execution of a contract may be proposed that includes all of the procedures to be fulfilled by both parties. The contract may be
notarized and the competent jurisdiction for settling any and all disputes selected. The competent jurisdiction may be located in Brazil
or in the exporting country. Formal instruments should be prepared in the two working languages.
2. Important Tips
In Brazil, business meetings are generally held in company offices. It is rare for clients to schedule meetings at a hotel or in
their residence, as is customary in other countries.
Adopt an objective and direct approach in meetings, be clear and firm with regard to prices, timetables, and payment forms.
Do not be concerned if assistants or cell phones interrupt the meeting, even during sales pitches. Pause and continue the
presentation as naturally as possible.
In general, Brazilian executives negotiate business deals alone or with another company representative engaged in the
particular field or project.
Company catalogues and Web sites should be made available in a number of languages, including Portuguese, to ensure
specific technical information does not have to be translated or explained during meetings.
Guarantees, post-sale technical assistance, replacements, maintenance, or any other obligations required following the sale
should be clearly laid out, primarily those relating to financial matters.
Brazilian executives will not always directly state their lack of interest in purchasing the product. Generally, they will allow
the business negotiation to run its course until it becomes clear to the visitor that a deal is not possible.
Brazilian executives are punctual and will frequently call in advance if they are unable to meet at the scheduled time.
In regard to dress codes, men and women alike should wear formal business attire.
Do not be surprised if prior to the meeting lighthearted comments are made about a report in the media or about the
preferred soccer (football) teams of meeting participants. These are common “ice-breakers” in Brazil.
At the outset of meetings, coffee is served in small cups. The coffee is strong, quite different from that found in other Latin
American countries.
Brazilians are interested in the stories foreign visitors have to tell. Generally, visitors are asked to offer some observations or
to report on a significant factor development in their country.
Never offer comments on the country’s political or economic situation, much less about issues relating to Brazilian foreign
trade with which one disagrees, as this could give rise to inconvenient comparisons.
Presentations should be objective, succinct, clear, and, in the event technical information is required, avoid excessive detail.
One should assume that the client has an adequate understanding of the sale product. In general, very few questions will be posed
during presentations. However, a number of questions relating to all aspects of a particular product, including in regard to prices, will
most certainly be raised afterward.
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Depending on the relationship established in the business meeting, a lunch or dinner invitation may be extended with a
view to continuing the negotiation. As such, lunch or dinner invitations should not be viewed as social gatherings.
Visitors are unlikely to be invited to meet the families of clients, a practice more prevalent in other countries. However,
after all pertinent business matters have been discussed, Brazilians enjoy engaging in informal conversations about their personal lives.
Visitors should take the initiative to treat their hosts, even in cases in which clients insist on paying the check. The gesture
will be looked on favorably, not so much from a financial standpoint, as for the thoughtfulness of the act.
On leaving the establishment, the client may want to take his or her visitors back to their hotel. Visitors should accept, for it
is important to Brazilian to ensure the comfort and safety of their guests.
3. What Not To Do
Certain attitudes should be avoided, as they could affect the client’s view of the company and jeopardize the business deal:
Failing to respond immediately to client emails;
Pledging to export in excess of the company’s true production capacity;
Adjusting the price following formal submission of the Pro Forma Invoice;
Failing to send the promised product samples;
Unilaterally modifying the agreed payment form;
Shipping goods of lesser quality than guaranteed;
Failing to deliver required documents in a timely fashion;
Failing to provide explanations for discrepancies in required documentation;
Neglecting to invite the client to visit one’s country and company
Putting forth negative views of one’s country or of Brazil;
Failing to implement product modifications requested by the client;
Refusing to collaborate in cases of insurance compensation;
Insinuating the possibility of default if payment is not executed through a letter of credit;
Insisting on advance payment due to a lack of trust;
Announcing contracting of a credit insurance policy, suggesting a lack of trust;
Criticizing Brazilian customs procedures;
Criticizing Brazilian culture, customs, food and infrastructure;
Demonstrating exaggerated fear with respect to urban crime in Brazil;
Excessively praising one’s country, particularly through comparisons to Brazil
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Brazilian Government Agencies Involved with Foreign Trade
MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL RELATIONS (MRE)
Brasilia – Federal District Esplanada dos Ministérios, Bloco H CEP 70.170-900
Web site: www.itamaraty.gov.br/
Trade and Investment Promotion Department
Anexo 1, 5º andar, sala 534
Telephone: (61) 3411 8794
Within the MRE, the support provided to entrepreneurs by the Trade and Investment Promotion Department (DPR) deserves special
mention. Key activities performed by the unit include: the development and implementation of policies to stimulate exports, draw
foreign investment, and internationalize Brazilian companies, as well as the organization of events aimed at promoting the country, its
productive capacities and technologies, and so forth. Among the Department’s multiple duties are the implementation of trade
intelligence activities, such as the preparation of studies and market research analyses; the development of publications (including this
guide); the organization of business delegations, thematic seminars, business meetings, and events aimed at attracting investment;
participation in international trade fairs; dissemination of tourist destinations, etc.
DPR manages the BrasilGlobalNet (www.brasilglobalnet.gov.br) portal, which serves as an interface between the Department’s
activities and the general public. The system provides access to all of the content laid out above (studies, research, publications, etc.)
free of charge as well as registration information on trade-related events organized by the Department (missions, seminars, fairs, etc.).
It also contributes to promoting contacts between importers and exporters by posting a range of opportunities in the trade,
investment, and technology transfer fields. The site also includes a Showroom, where companies can design their own product
demonstration pages.
Of Itamaraty’s more than 200 posts abroad– Embassies, Missions, Consulates – 100 have Trade Promotion Sectors (SECOMs), under
the DPR’s coordination, which serve as trade promotion “antennas.” With offices in every region and continent of the globe, the
SECOMs represent the most extensive trade promotion network available to Brazilian executives and entrepreneurs interested in
internationalizing their business and to foreign executives and entrepreneurs seeking to purchase Brazilian products and services or in
obtaining information on the domestic market.
The DPR is organized into five specialized divisions:
1.
Trade Information Division (DIC) – produces and publishes information on foreign trade, prepares market research studies,
publications, and statistical analyses; responds to trade-related inquiries by Brazilian executives and entrepreneurs regarding business
opportunities. The Division also has primary responsibility for the Program of Competitive Substitution of Imports (PSCI) aimed at
increasing imports from South American countries, in addition to the Export Promotion Program to the United Nations System (PPEONU-MRE) and the MERCOSUR Joint Trade Promotion Program.
2.
Trade and Investment Promotion Programs Division (DPG) – coordinates DPR’s strategic planning; organizes activities aimed
at attracting foreign investment to the public and private sectors; manages the Investment Promotion and Technology Transfer System
for Companies (SIPRI); assists companies in the effort to internationalize their operations; and has primary responsibility for personnel
training in the area of trade promotion.
3.
Trade Promotion Operations Division (DOC) – organizes trade missions, seminars, business meetings, and and promotional
events in Brazil and abroad, including on official missions of the President of the Republic; provides support to visits and missions of
foreign importers and investors to the country; and offers assistance in publicizing events of interest to Brazilian entrepreneurs and
business leaders.
4.
Trade Fairs and Tourism Division (DFT) – promotes the participation of Brazilian enterprises, including small- and mediumsized business, in industry and multi-industry fairs abroad, in addition monitoring tourism policies and organizing activities to promote
Brazilian destinations.
5.
Financial Administration Sector (CGF) – manages the Department’s budget; plans and organizes the execution of payments
in Brazil and abroad relating to the activities of the DPR’s Divisions and ECOMs.
MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURY, LIVESTOCK, AND FOOD SUPPLY
Brasilia – Federal District Esplanada dos Ministérios, Bloco D, 8º andar
CEP 70.068-900l
Web site: www.agricultura.gov.br/
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MINISTRY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Brasilia – Federal District Esplanada dos Ministérios, Bloco E, 4º andar
CEP 70.068-900
Web site: www.mct.gov.br/
MINISTRY OF AGRARIAN DEVELOPMENT
Brasília – Federal District Esplanada dos Ministérios, Bloco A, 8º Andar
CEP 70.068-900
Web site: www.incra.gov.br/
MINISTRY OF DEVELOPMENT, INDUSTRY, AND FOREIGN TRADE
Brasilia – Federal District Esplanada dos Ministérios, Bloco J, 6º andar
CEP 70.068-900
Web site: www.mdic.gov.br
MINISTRY OF FINANCE
Brasilia – Federal District Esplanada dos Ministérios, Bloco P, 5º andar
CEP 70.068-900
Web site: www.fazenda.gov.br/
MINISTRY OF MINES AND ENERGY
Brasilia – Federal District Esplanada dos Ministérios, Bloco U, 8º andar
CEP 70.068-900
Web site: www.mme.gov.br/
MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION
Brasilia – Federal District Esplanada dos Ministérios, Bloco R, 6º andar
CEP 70.068-900
Web site: www.transportes.gov.br/
MINISTRY OF CULTURE
Brasilia – Federal District Esplanada dos Ministérios, Bloco B, sala 401
CEP 70.068-900
Web site: www.cultura.gov.br
MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT
Brasilia – Federal District Esplanada dos Ministérios, Bloco B, 5º ao 9º andar
CEP 70.068-900
Web site: www.mma.gov.br
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Key Brazilian Industry Associations and Entities
CNI – NATIONAL CONFEDERATION OF INDUSTRY
Brasilia
SBN - Quadra 01 - Bloco C - Ed. Roberto Simonsen - CEP
70040-903
Telephone: (61) 3317-9989 / 3317-9993
Fax: (61) 3317-9994
Web site: www.cni.org.br
The CNI provides a Catologue of Brazilian Exporters
available at: www.brazil4export.com.br
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS CENTERS (CINs)
Institutions engaged on behalf of the internationalization
of Brazilian companies. Each state maintains a CIN
connected to the respective Federation of Industry. The
primary duty of the CINs is to organize international
mission. The CIN-NETWORK, coordinated by the National
Confederation of Industry, encompasses all of the state
CIN.
Web site: www.cin.org.br
Email: [email protected]
CNC - NATIONAL CONFEDERATION OF COMMERCE IN
GOODS, SERVICES, AND TOURSIM
Rio de Janeiro Av. General Justo, 307 – Centro CEP
20021-130
Tel: (21) 3804-9200 Fax: (21) 2524-7111
Brasília SBN Q1 Bloco B, nº 14 CEP 70041-902
Tel: (61) 3329-9500 Fax: (61) 3328-8281
Web site: www.cnc.com.br
CNA – BRAZILIAN CONFEDERATION OF AGRICULTURE
AND LIVESTOCK
Brasilia SGAN Quadra 601, Módulo K - Brasília, DF CEP
70830-903
Tel: (61) 2109-1400 Fax: (61) 2109-1490
Web site: www.cna.org.br
ANAMACO –NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BUILDING MATERIALS
MERCHANTS
Rua Norma Pieruccini Giannoti,423 - CEP 01137-010 - São Paulo – SP
Tel.: (11) 3151-5822 Fax: (11) 3120-3611
Web site: www.anamaco.com.br
Email: [email protected]
APEOP – SÃO PAULO ASSOCIATION OF PUBLIC WORKS COMPANIES
Rua Avanhandava, 126 - 9º andar - CEP: 01306-901 - São Paulo - SP
Tel: (11) 3121-0000 Fax: (11) 3121-0009
Web site: www.apeop.org.br
Email: [email protected]
ASFAMAS – BRAZILIAN ASSOCIATION OF SANITATION MATERIALS AND
EQUIPMENT PLANTS
Rua General Furtado Nascimento, 684 conj. 64 – CEP 05465-070 - São
Paulo - SP
Telefax: (11) 3026-4380
Web site: www.asfamas.org.br
Email: [email protected]
CBIC – BRAZILIAN CHAMBER OFTHE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
SCN - Quadra 01 - Bloco E - Edifício Central Park - 13º Andar - CEP
70711-903 – Brasília - DF
Tel: (61) 3327-1013 Fax: (61) 3327-1393
Web site: www.cbic.org.br
Email: [email protected]
ABECE – BRAZILIAN ASSOCIATION OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING AND
CONSULTING
Av. Brig. Faria Lima, 1993 – conjunto 61 – São Paulo – SP – CEP 01452001
Tel: (11) 3938-9400 Fax: (11) 3938-9407
Web site: www.abece.com.br
Email: [email protected]
AEB –FOREIGN TRADE ASSOCIATION OF BRAZIL
Rio de Janeiro Av. General Justo, 335 - 4º andar – Rio de
Janeiro – RJ – CEP 20021-130
Tel: (21) 2544-0048 Fax: (21) 2544-0577
Web site: www.aeb.org.br
Email: [email protected]
ABIHPEC – BRAZILIAN PERSONAL HYGIENE, PERFUME, AND
COSEMTICS INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION
Av. Paulista, 1313 – 10° andar – conj. 1080 – São Paulo – SP – CEP
01311-923
Tel: (11) 3372-9899 Fax: (11) 3266-5387
Web site: www.abihpec.org.br
Email: [email protected]
ABRACEX – BRAZILIAN FOREIGN TRADE ASSOCIATION
São Paulo Alameda Joaquim Eugênio de Lima, 1467 – CEP
01403-033
Telefax: (11) 3051-8118
Web site: www.abracex.org.br
Email: [email protected]
ABICALÇADOS - ASSOCIAÇÃO BRASILEIRA DAS INDÚSTRIAS DE
CALÇADOS
Rua Aluízio de Azevedo, 60 - CEP 93520-000 - Novo Hamburgo - RS
Tel: (51) 3594-7011 Fax: (51) 3594-8011
Web site: www.abicalcados.com.br
Email: [email protected]
AIAB – BRAZILIAN ASSOCIATION OF AEROSPACE
INDUSTRIES
Rua José Alves dos Santos, 281, sala 203 – São José dos
ABRAMEQ – BRAZILIAN ASSOCIATION OF MACHINERY ANDS
EQUIPMENT FOR THE LEATHER, FOOTWEAR, AND RELATED
INDUSTRIES
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Campos – CEP 12230-081
Tel: (12) 3931-2721 Fax: (12) 3933-0657
Web site: www.aiab.org.br
Email: [email protected]
Rua Lucas de Oliveira, 49 – Sala 304 – Novo Hamburgo - RS - CEP:
93510-110
Tel: (51) 3594-2232 Fax: (51) 3594-2296
Web site: www.abrameq.com Email: [email protected]
ABECITRUS – BRAZILIAN ASSOCIATION OF CITRUS FRUIT
EXPORTERS
Av. Pres. Vargas, 2001, cj 21 - Ribeirão Preto – SP – CEP
14020-260
Tel: (16) 3620-5766 Fax (16) 3620-7036
Web site: www.abecitrus.com.br
Email: [email protected]
ASSINTECAL – BRAZILIAN FOOTWEAR COMPONENTS INDUSTRY
ASSOCIATION
Rua Júlio de Castilhos, 526 – Centro – Novo Hamburgo – CEP: 93510130
Tel: (51) 3584-5200 Fax: (51) 3584-5201
Web site: www.assintecal.org.br Email: [email protected]
ABEF – BRAZILIAN ASSOCIATION OF POULTRY EXPORTERS
Av. Brigadeiro Faria Lima, 1912, 20º andar, cj. 20 L 001 São Paulo – SP CEP 01452-001
Tel: (11) 3812-7666 Fax: (11) 3032-8895
Web site: www.abef.com.br Email: [email protected]
ABIA – BRAZILIAN ASSOCIATION OF FOODSTUFF
INDUSTRIES
Av. Brigadeiro Faria Lima, 1478, 11º andar – CEP 01451001 - São Paulo/SP
Tel: (11) 3030-1353 Fax: (11) 3814-6688
Web site: www.abia.org.br Email: [email protected]
ABIEC – BRAZILIAN ASSOCIATION OF MEAT EXPORTING
INDUSTRIES
Av. Brigadeiro Faria Lima, 1912, 14º andar - conj J – CEP
01451-000 - São Paulo/SP
Tel: (11) 3813-1277 Fax: (11) 3032-5997
Web site: www.abiec.com.br
Email: [email protected]
ABIMA – BRAZILIAN ASSOCIATION OF PASTA INDUSTRIES
Av. Brigadeiro Faria Lima, 1478 - Conj. 913, 9º andar – CEP
01451-001 - São Paulo/SP
Tel: (11) 3815-3233 Fax: (11) 3815-3233 extension 117
Web site: http://www.abima.com.br ,
Email: [email protected]
ABIP – BRAZILIAN ASSOCIATION OF BAKING AND
CONFECTIONERY INDUSTRIES
SHN Qd 02 Bloco H – n° 30 – Lj 55 – Sobre Loja Mix
Metropolitan Flat – CEP 70702-905 – Brasília – DF
Telefax: (61) 3327-3332
Web site: www.abip.org.br
Email: [email protected]
ABITRIGO – BRAZILIAN ASSOCIATION OF WHEAT
INDUSTRIES
Rua Jerônimo da Veiga, 164 – 15° andar – CEP 04536-000
– São Paulo – SP
Tel: (11) 3078-9001 Fax: (11) 3078-8995
Web site: www.abitrigo.com.br
Email: [email protected]
SINDAG – NATIONAL PESITICIDE MANUFACTURERS’ ASSOCIATION
Av. Iraí, 393, 11º andar, conj. 114 – CEP 04082-001 - São Paulo - SP
Tel: (11) 5094-5533 Fax: (11) 5094-5534
Web site: www.sindag.com.br Email: [email protected]
ABINEE – BRAZILIAN ELECTRIC AND ELECTRONIC INDUSTRY
ASSOCIATION
Av. Paulista, 1313 – 7º andar – São Paulo – SP – CEP 01311-923
Tel: (11) 2175-0000 Fax: (11) 2175-0090
Web site: www.abinee.org.br Email: [email protected]
ELETROS – NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ELECTRONIC PRODUCT
MANUFACTURERS
Rua Alexandre Dumas, 1901 – Bloco B – 4º andar – São Paulo - SP CEP 04717-004
Tel: (11) 3556-8821 Fax: (11) 3556-8821 extension 1
Web site: www.eletros.org.br Email: [email protected]
ABRE – BRAZILIAN PACKAGING ASSOCIATION
Rua Oscar Freire, 379 - 15º andar - cj. 152 - São Paulo - SP - 01426-001
Tel: (11) 3082-9722 Fax: (11) 3081-9201
Web site: www.abre.org.br Email: [email protected]
ABIQUIF – BRAZILIAN ASSOCIATION OF PHARMOCHEMICAL
INDUSTRIES
Avenida Calógeras, 15 – 10º andar – Centro – Rio de Janeiro - CEP
20030-070
Tel: (21) 2220-3005 Fax: (21) 2524-6506
Web site: www.abiquif.org.br Email: [email protected]
ABIFER – BRAZILIAN RAILWAY INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION
Av. Paulista, 1313 – 8º andar – cj. 801 – São Paulo - SP - CEP: 01311923
Tel: (11) 3289-1667 Fax: (11) 3171-2286
Web site: www.abifer.org.br Email: [email protected]
ABRAFAS – BRAZILIAN ASSOCIATION OF ARTIFICIAL AND SYNTHETIC
FIBER MANUFACTURERS
Rua Marquês de Itu, 968 – Vila Buarque – São Paulo - SP - CEP: 01223000
Tel: (11) 3823-6161 Fax: (11) 3825-0865
Web site: www.abrafas.org.br Email: [email protected]
IBGM – BRAZILIAN INSTITUTE OF GEMSTONES AND PRECIOUS METALS
SCN Centro Empresarial Liberty Mall – Bloco A – cj.1105 – Brasília – DF
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ABEIVA – BRAZILIAN ASSOCIATION OF AUTOMOBILE
IMPORTERS
Rua Dr. Renato Paes de Barros, 717 – conj. 113 – 11°
andar – CEP 04530-001 – São Paulo - SP
Telefax: (11) 3078-3989 / 3168-2348 / 3168-0658
Web site: www.abeiva.com.br
Email: [email protected]
AEA – BRAZILIAN ASSOCIATION OF AUTOMOBILE
ENGINEERING
Rua Salvador Correia, 80 – São Paulo – SP - CEP: 04109070
Tel: (11) 5575-9043 Fax: (11) 5571-4590
Web site: www.aea.org.br
Email: [email protected]
ANFAVEA – NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF AUTOMOBILE
MANUFACTURERS
Avenida Indianópolis, 496 - São Paulo - SP - Brasil – CEP
04062-900
Tel: (11) 2193-7800 Fax: (11) 2193-7825
Web site: www.anfavea.com.br
Email: [email protected]
FENABRAVE – NATIONAL FEDERATION OF AUTOMOBILE
DISTRIBUTORS
Av. Indianópolis, 1.967 - Planalto Paulista - São Paulo – SP
- CEP 04063-003
Tel: (11) 5582-0000 Fax: (11) 5582-0001
Web site: www.fenabrave.org.br
Email: [email protected]
SINDIPEÇAS – NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF AUTOPARTS
MANUFACTURERS
Av. Santo Amaro, 1386 - CEP 04506-001 - São Paulo - SP
Tel: (11) 3848-4848 Fax: (11) 3848-0900
Web site: www.sindipecas.org.br Email:
[email protected] org.br
ABRABE – BRAZILIAN BEVERAGES ASSOCIATION
Av. Nove de Julho, 5017, 1º andar - CEP 01407-903 - São
Paulo - SP
Tel: (11) 3079-6144 Fax: (11) 3067-6381
Web site: www.abrabe.org.br
Email: [email protected]
ABDIB – BRAZILIAN ASSOCIATION OF INFRASTRUCTURE
AND BASIC INDUSTRY
Praça Monteiro Lobato, 36 – Butantã - São Paulo – SP CEP 05506-030
Tel: (11) 3094-1950 Fax: (11) 3094-1949
Web site: www.abdib.org.br
Email: [email protected]
ABIMAQ – BRAZILIAN ASSOCIATION OF MACHINERY AND
- CEP: 70712-903
Tel: (61) 3326-3926 Fax: (61) 3328-6721
Web site: www.ibgm.com.br Email: [email protected]
ABIGRAF – BRAZILIAN PRINTING INDUSTRY CONFEDERATION
Rua do Paraíso, 529 – Paraíso – São Paulo - SP - CEP: 04103-000
Tel: (11) 3232-4500 Fax: (11) 3842-0300
Web site: www.abigraf.org.br Email: [email protected]
ABM – BRAZILIAN METALLURGY, MATERIALS, AND MINING
ASSOCIATION
Rua Antonio Comparato, 218 – Campo Belo – São Paulo – SP – CEP
04605-030
Tel: (11) 5534-4333 Fax: (11) 5534-4330
Web site: www.abmbrasil.com.br Email: [email protected]
BRAZILIAN STEEL INSTITUTE
Av. Rio Branco, 181 – 28º andar – Rio de Janeiro – RJ - CEP 20040-007
Tel: (21) 3445-6300 Fax: (21) 2262-2234
Web site: www.acobrasil.org.br Email: [email protected]
SEBRAE – BRAZILIAN MICRO AND SMALL BUSINESS SUPPORT SERVICE
SEPN Quadra 515, Lote 32, Bloco C, Brasília – DF – CEP 70770-900
Tel: (61) 3348-7128 / 3348-7131 Fax: (61) 3347-4120
Web site: www.sebrae.com.br
IBP – BRAZILIAN PETROLEUM AND GAS INSTITUTE
Av. Almirante Barroso, 52 – 26º andar – sala 2602 – Rio de Janeiro –
RJ - CEP: 20031-000
Tel: (21) 2112-9000 Fax: (21) 2220-1596
Web site: www.ibp.org.br Email: [email protected]
IBRAM – BRAZILIAN MINING INSTITUTE
SHIS QL.12, cj. 0 – Casa 04 – Brasília - DF - CEP: 71630-205
Tel: (61) 3248-0155 Fax: (061) 3248-4940
Web site: www.ibram.org.br Email: [email protected]
ONIP – NATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY
Av. Graça Aranha, 1/5º andar - 20030-002 - Rio de Janeiro, RJ
Tel: (21)2563-4615 Fax: (21)2563-4616
Web site: www.onip.org.br
Email: [email protected]
ABIMOVEL – BRAZILIAN REAL ESTATE INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION
Av. Brig. Faria Lima, 1234 - 15º andar - Conj. 151 - 01451-913 - São
Paulo - SP
Tel: (11) 3813-7377 / 3817-8711 Fax: (11) 3817-8717
Web site: www.abimovel.org.br
Email: [email protected]
SINAVAL – NATIONAL SHIPBUILDING ASSOCIATION
Av. Churchill, 94 – 2º andar – cjs. 210 a 215 – Rio de Janeiro – RJ - CEP
20020-050
Tel: (21) 2533-4568 Fax: (21) 2533-5310
Web site: www.sinaval.org.br
Email: [email protected]
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EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS
Avenida Jabaquara, 2925 - CEP 04045-902 - São Paulo - SP
Tel: (11) 5582-6311/6428 Fax: (11) 5582-6312
Web site: www.abimaq.org.br
Email: [email protected]
SIMEFRE – INTER-STATE ASSOCIATION OF HIGHWAY AND
RAIL MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT INDUSTRIES
Av. Paulista, 1313 - 8 andar, cj. 801 – CEP 01311-923 - São
Paulo – SP
Telefax: (11) 3289 9166
Web site: www.simefre.org.br
Email: [email protected]
ABRACICLO – BRAZILIAN ASSOCIATION OF MOTORCYCLE,
BRICANTES DE MOTOCICLETAS, MOTORBIKE, MOPED,
BICYCLE, AND RELATED MANUFACTURERS
Rua Américo Brasiliense, 2171 - Cj.907 a 910 - S. Paulo/SP
- CEP 04715-005
Tel: (11) 5181-0222 Fax:(11) 5181-5289
Web site: www.abraciclo.com.br
Email: [email protected]
ABRINQ – BRAZILIAN ASSOCIATION OF TOY
MANUFACTURERS
Av. Santo Amaro, 1386 – 3° andar – São Paulo – SP – CEP
04506-001
Tel: (11) 3238-1950 Fax: (11) 3238-1951
Web site: www.abrinq.com.br
Email: [email protected]
ABIC – BRAZILIAN COFFEE ASSOCIATION
Rua Visc. de Inhaúma, 50 – 8° andar – Rio de Janeiro – RJ
– CEP 20091-000
Tel: (21) 2206-6161 Fax: (21) 2206-6155
Web site: www.abic.com.br
Email: [email protected]
ABICS - ASSOCIAÇÃO BRASILEIRA DAS INDÚSTRIAS DE
CAFÉ SOLÚVEL
Av. Paulista, 1313, 9 andar, conjunto 904 - São Paulo – SP
- CEP 01311-923
Tel: (11) 3288-0893 Fax (11) 3284-1702
Web site: www.abics.com.br
Email: [email protected]
BRACELPA - BRAZILIAN CELLULOS AND PAPER
ASSOCIATION
Rua Olimpíadas, 66 – 9° andar – São Paulo – SP – CEP
04551-000
Tel: (11) 3018-7804 Fax: (11) 3018-7800
Web site: www.bracelpa.org.br
Email: [email protected]
ABIOVE – BRAZILIAN VEGETABLE OIL INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION
Av. Vereador José Diniz, 3707 – 7º andar – cj.73 – São Paulo – SP - CEP
04603-004
Tel: (11) 5536-0733 Fax: (11) 5536-9816
Web site: www.abiove.com.br
Email: [email protected]
ABIPLAST – BRAZILIAN PLASTIC INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION
Av. Paulista, 2439 – 8º andar – cj. 81/82 – São Paulo – SP - CEP 01311936
Tel: (11) 3060-9688 Fax: (11) 3060-9686
Web site: www.abiplast.org.br
Email: [email protected]
ABIPLA – BRAZILIAN ASSOCIATION OF CLEANING AND RELATED
PRODUCTS
Av. Brig. Faria Lima, 1903 – 11º andar – cj.111 – São Paulo – SP – CEP
01452-911
Tel: (11) 3816-2762/3405 Fax: (11) 3031-6578
Web site: www.abipla.org.br
Email: [email protected]
ABIFINA – BRAZILIAN ASSOCIATION OF FINE CHEMICAL,
BIOTECHNOLOGY, AND RELATED SPECIALTY INDUSTRIES
Av. Churchill 129 SL 1102 – Rio de Janeiro – RJ – CEP 20020-050
Tel: (21) 3125-1400 Fax: (21) 3125-1413
Web site: www.abifina.org.br
Email: [email protected]
ABIQUIM – BRAZILIAN CHEMICAL INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION
Av. Chedid Jafet, 222 – Bloco C – 4º andar – São Paulo - CEP: 04551065
Tel: (11) 2148-4700 Fax: (11) 2148-4760
Web site: www.abiquim.org.br
Email: [email protected]
ABIT – BRAZILIAN TEXTILE INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION
Rua Marquês de Itu, 968 – Vila Buarque – São Paulo – SP - CEP 01223000
Tel: (11) 3823-6100 Fax: (11) 3823-6122
Web site: www.abit.org.br Email: [email protected]
ABRAVEST – BRAZILIAN APPAREL ASSOCIATION
Rua Chico Pontes, 1500 – Mart Center – Vila Guilherme – São Paulo –
SP – CEP 02067-002
Tel: (11) 2901-4333 / (11) 2909-9420 Fax: (11) 2901-4333
Web site: www.abravest.org.br
Email: [email protected]
SINDICEL – SÃO PAULO ELECTRICAL CONDUCTOR, WIRE DRAWING,
AND NONFERROUS METAL ROLLING INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION
Av. Dr. Cardoso de Melo, 1855 - Bloco II - 9º andar - conj. 91 - São
Paulo/SP - CEP 04548-005
Telefax.: (11) 3846-4828
Web site: www.sindicelabc.org.br
Email: [email protected]
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