JAS IN THE AMERICAS
News From JAS Worldwide - Americas Focus
JAS Americas HQ
6195 Barfield Road
Atlanta GA, 30328
JAS is pleased to announce that motion and control technologies manufacturer Parker Hannifin, has conferred upon JAS Worldwide its coveted Forwarder of the Year award. Parker is a leader in industries ranging from aerospace and climate control to filtration and automation.
In past years, this commendation has been awarded to various leaders in the forwarding industry; which makes this year's selection of JAS all that more significant. Parker awarded JAS for its continuous improvement in meeting customer needs and its commitment to operational excellence.
John Oconner, Executive Vice President-Strategic Development, had the following to say: “We are honored to receive the Forwarder of the Year award from Parker Hannifin. Our two companies have worked together for over a decade and it is a prime example of how partnership works. My personal thanks goes out to all my JAS Colleagues around the world who work at the operational, product, and sales levels to continue to provide fast, innovative, and market competitive solutions for Parker Hannifin.”
Each year this award is presented to one of Parker's 7 vendors based on several contributing factors.
These three factors led to JAS earning this esteemed award this year.
3. Below are the required fields in the Continuous Improvement Portal which is updated on a weekly or monthly basis as well as on a Global basis.
Each month JAS runs the report from their CI Portal on the Current Status Report. As it’s up to Parker to accept or reject the any ideas. Not all ideas are accepted and/or implemented.
For these reasons among others, JAS was selected to be Parker's Forwarder of the Year. JAS is honored to receive this award and looks forward to continued success through our relationship with Parker.
Special thanks go out to the JAS Global Account Management Team around the world, most notably Shawn Chipner, Pam Barnshock, and Sharon Shan who are the key stakeholders. Additionally JAS acknowledges the following team members for their ongoing efforts to provide customers like Parker, best-in-class service :
Every year, JAS holds mid-year sales events all over the world to evaluate sales efforts for the first half of the year and establish goals for the second half. Executive Vice President (EVP) of Sales and Marketing, Stefano Redditi attends most of these events around the globe. This year he was present for the events in United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Brazil, United States, China, Japan, Korea, and Mexico.
"The mid-year sales event is a key meeting for our sales people and me. During these meetings, each sales person has the opportunity to present his or her achievements and indicate the new targets for the remaining part of the year. JAS sales teams are second to none! This year’s events were the best ever” says Stefano Redditi, JAS EVP Sales & Marketing.
For the sales people, this is a great opportunity to “show off” in front of the local management, their peers, and the EVP of Sales and Marketing.
It is also an opportunity for the entire team to take a moment out of their daily routine and reflect, together with peers and management, on what has been done in the first part of the year and attack the second part full speed.
Well Done JAS/SALES team!
In 2016, JAS Forwarding Worldwide invested in the cross border trade lane between Canada, The USA, and Mexico. The new trade lane officially started on January 1st, 2017 and has been operationally supported by the JAS Laredo office which opened on the same day. The goal and strategy is simple. Provide a one-stop solution for all JAS customers with top notch service and visibility via JASTrack that will set us apart from our competition.
Overall, North American cross-border freight has steadily increased over the last eight months. Canada/USA freight has increased approximately 6% and Mexico/USA freight has increased 9.4% over this period.
Over the last nine months, our trade lane has experienced a growth of 48% in the number of shipments and an increase of 141% Gross Profit compared to the same time period in 2016.
Our main driver for this growth has been the implementation of our pricing and procurement desk based in Laredo, TX. There, Antonio Pastrana, North American Trade Lane Manager, and Tracy Garcia, Import Supervisor, enable JAS to maintain and build effective carrier relationships. Building these sustainable relationships with our carrier partners allows for strategic alignment of JAS goals, our customers’ goals, and the carriers’ goals in order to continue to offer the best options to our shippers; reducing cost and increasing profit.
One question that is often asked by our sales professionals is:
What are cross-border shipments and how can we identify them when we speak with our customers?
Here is a short list of questions for our sales people to get the conversation started and gather pertinent information to further the sales process.
JAS Forwarding is able to take the complexity out of our customers’ cross-border shipping. We can provide a one-stop solution with industry leading visibility and scalability to fit each customer and ensure that all shipments move through customs and routes with reliability we can all count on. Feel free to contact us with any questions, comments, or customer prospects via the buttons below.
Reuben D Botello, LCB
Trade Lane Director
North American Trade Lane (MX-USA-CA)
In the first 6 months of 2017, 25% of Brazilian exports went to China. In 2007, only 10 years ago, that percentage was only 6%. This is just another indicator that, besides traditional imports from China, both countries have a lot to gain in constantly farming this bilateral relationship.
With that in mind, the Managing Director of JAS Brazil, Mr. Elder Apolinario, and our Vice President of Sales for LATAM, Manuele Mazzacurati, travelled in August across the world to spend some time in beautiful Hong Kong, Shanghai, and the Guangdong Province.
The China-Latin America trade is a terrific area full of opportunities. JAS is and will continue to invest in dedicated personnel, extensive traveling, and joint commercial development on this promising trade lane.
We are happy to announce that as of August 1st, 2017, JAS Colombia has a new office at the El Dorado International Airport in Bogota, Columbia.
This office will attend to all import and export process needs and will allow JAS Colombia to be more competitive and shorten the response time for both customers and JAS offices.
With this new investment, JAS Colombia is aiming to grow their air product by a significant percentage, taking advantage of Bogota’s booming export market.
In terms of cargo, the El Dorado airport is the biggest airport in Latin America and moved more than 670,200 tons in 2016, has 71,000 in warehouses, 63 operations gates on the air side, 214 gates on the land side, and 25 parking spots for aircrafts to help load and unload simultaneously. Because of all of this, El Dorado is an ideal location for the new JAS Columbia office.
The Bogota airport’s main export is flowers, coming in at 28% of the total exports.15% of the total exports are “others” and are mainly textiles, pharmaceutical products, cosmetics, perfumes, glass, car parts, plastic material, and paper.
We truly appreciate your support and encourage JAS team members and customers around the globe take advantage of this new asset for JAS. Our team is ready to support you.
JAS Mexico is pleased to announce the expansion of their office in Queretaro. Located in Central Park, a corporate area in the heart of the city. El Bajio and surrounding areas create a strategic location for the automotive industry. JAS is ready and focused on providing efficient and dedicated service for our demanding customers, and always honoring our slogan “people make the difference”.
During the first quarter of 2017, Mexico exported to the U.S. 90% of its auto parts production, which totaled US$ 11.55 billion. That means 40% of U.S. imports in this segment were supplied by its Southern neighbor, according to the Department of Commerce. Mexico remains a top auto parts supplier for the U.S. followed by Canada which provides 12.2% of the components. China and Japan are next with 11.3% and 11.0% shares respectively. Germany, South Korea, United Kingdom and India all together provide less than 20% of the auto parts demanded by the U.S. market.
Manzanillo International Terminal (MIT) is one of three main ports located in Colon, Panamá. The Manzanillo International terminal was the second busiest port in LATAM in 2016, handling 3.258.381 TEUS.
Handling a busy port like this is no easy matter, and that is why, in our continuous strive for customer loyalty and a driving strategy of differentiation, JAS Panamá organized a guided visit to MIT with the team of “Distribuidora Trans Pharma” in order to get a deep view of our daily import and export process, as well as to share opinions and knowledge.
JAS continues to put our customers first and keep an open line of communication with them and our ports. JAS knows that People Make the Difference, and we keep that at the forefront of our business practices daily.
An official commitment has been made for several years now with JAS PERU, JAS CHILE, JAS PANAMA and INTERMAX in order to promote Southbound traffic. As of May 2017, Argentina, Colombia and Uruguay have been added to this commitment, expanding our presence in LATAM, and helping our overseas colleagues grow their internal market with competitive rates, value added services and strong commercial efforts at both ends. LATAM countries have dedicated sales people, market experts, supported by top management to grow this traffic.
Chile and Peru are now placed among market leaders and we expect Argentina and Colombia to become top players in this important market.
Argentina has started an aggressive AIR campaign, distributed among top accounts, providing competitive rates, space and top of the line customer service to these accounts. Colombia will replicate this excellent initiative in order to take advantage of the potential this market has.
Uruguay will continue to secure top accounts which will allow us to grow.
Panama has recently secured set up a distribution center for Central America business.
We invite our USA Colleagues to sell LATAM traffic with confidence. We are here to support your needs with industry knowledge for each of our lanes. It is a great opportunity to grow your business with confidence and full support!
Recently, JAS Canada put in place a dedicated transportation service from Toronto and Montreal to Miami to interline with the many air freight consolidations already in place and being managed by JAS Miami.
This simple, yet powerful solution lets our clients enjoy a more cost effective way to ship their North American orders to arrive together.
The advantage to this solution is that most of the product moves via freighter or dedicated capacity to its destination and this makes the routing more flexible and ultimately faster.
Current destinations served are from Montreal and Toronto to Juan Santamaria CR, Curitiba BR, Sao Paulo BR, Viracopos BR, Ezeiza Ar, Bogota Co, Lima Pe, Mexico City MX, Montevideo UY, Panama City PA, Santiago CL.
Please contact any of our Latin American or Canadian offices for more details.
In the summer of this year JAS Brazil handled two aircraft charter operations, in the airport of Guarulhos, with the below displayed aircraft:
Bound for Charlotte - South Carolina - United States, both aircraft carried more than 178 tons of cargo for a large automotive customer.
At the forefront of airfreight and considering Guarulhos Airport is mostly for transient aircraft operations, JAS innovated by offering "Tailor-Made" logistics to the need of one of our major customers. Enabling the fast flow from Guarulhos to South Carolina in the USA, which allowed the best use of available aircraft capacity, which came out with almost 100% of use.
This operation was carried out in partnership with GRU Airport, which during the operation offered JAS all the necessary support throughout the process, quickly enabling the unloading and subsequent delivery of freight to the operator of the Charter.
From the unloading to the palleting, we had all the cargo ready for loading in a short time, counting on the GRU Airport know-how.
On August 25, 2017 JAS Colombia, with the support of their Managing Director, began their first Strategic Planning event. This event was set up to give JAS Colombia's team the opportunity to share ideas with one another and their core process leaders and to take a moment to reflect on how things are today, where they want to go as an organization and how they are going to achieve those goals.
They did this by bringing new ideas to this event and working as a team towards a common goal. Thanks to the active participation of all the attendees the event ended with the launch and implementation of a new strategy JAS Colombia calls JAS AMBASSADORS. JAS Ambassadors is intended to spread more knowledge and information about the JAS brand to main business centers in Colombia. This will be achieved through commercial missions aimed at a one-on-one relationships with potential customers that will allow JAS Colombia to understand firsthand the real needs of the customers located in different areas of Colombia. This will mean that JAS Colombia can offer a customer a proposal with higher value and allows JAS to generate more business opportunities for businesses Colombia, as well as growth opportunities for the other countries in the region.
Recently-released data indicates that GDP in Brazil grew for the first time in over three years in quarter two (Q2), confirming that the economy has turned a corner.
The economy’s upturn was driven by a rise in consumer spending. Private consumption grew 0.7% annually, the best result since quarter 4 of 2014.
Also contributing to this growth was the increasing demand and stabilizing commodities prices that were boosted by overseas sales. Exports grew at the rapid pace of 2.5% annually in Quarter 2 (Q1: +1.9% year over year). Meanwhile, imports dropped 3.3%, reflecting the weakness of the domestic economy and falling investment.
On a quarterly basis, GDP expanded a seasonally-adjusted 0.2%, the second consecutive quarter of growth, meaning the economy exited technical recession (Q1: +1.0% quarter-on-quarter).
The recovery remains tentative despite the good news, and incoming data for Q3 is patchy: consumer confidence fell to a seven-month low in August, while the manufacturing PMI recovered some lost ground.
On the political front, developments have been mixed. In September, a critical reform to reduce subsidized lending for businesses from government-owned bank BNDES was passed, which faced heavy opposition from industry leaders, but should help correct government finances and improve the effectiveness of monetary policy.
While the reform is a win for the government, austerity measures are still facing an uphill battle, as underscored by the government’s easing of budget targets. Unable to convince legislators to support tax hikes, the government announced it would revise its primary deficit targets for all years through 2020.
Aryaka®, the leading global SD-WAN provider, announced today that it has presented JAS Worldwide with the Innovation and Business Impact Award. This bi-annual award is given to IT organizations who achieve remarkable business outcomes and excellence in innovation with Aryaka’s private enterprise network solutions.
Using Aryaka’s global SD-WAN capabilities, JAS achieved the following:
JAS approached Aryaka in 2012 to help improve the user experience of the freight forwarding company’s mission-critical ERP and video conferencing applications. The objective was to streamline operations and increase productivity among the global employee, partner, and customer bases, along with reducing network costs across JAS’ 240 worldwide offices. The JAS IT Department has done a professional job of implementing the latest technology advancements and is a proven, ongoing asset in expanding JAS’ influence in the freight forwarding industry.
On Friday May 19th 2017, a Town hall meeting was held in Peru for the JAS team where the management team announced the progress and the company's progress so far this year. The management team was joined by the Project, finance, and sales teams. Each manager explained the progress of his area and team, and also shared a pleasant moment with all employees about the strategy and points to develop during the rest of the year.
Group Meetings like this one are imperative to the continued growth and development of JAS Peru. We are excited to see where the next year takes us.
Vibrant Panama City, Panama was the scene for JAS Americas’ first annual meeting held April, 2017. Managing Directors for all countries (LATAM, North America, Canada, Mexico, SAM) were in attendance to collaborate and create further dialogue among Americas countries, as well as, with other JAS organizations. Lines of communication, sales challenges, successes, and information were exchanged between Americas teams (including executives representing air & ocean products, along with Human Resources) and regional leaders from APAC (Tomas Sonntag), Italy (Stefano Castellazzi), and EMEA (Stefan Sigg). We were privileged to hear from, JAS Agent, Intermax (Mauricio Barrientos) and Power Business Intelligence SME, Scott Lunchbill, who lent expertise to assist all countries both technically and relationally as they expand into the future.
Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) were discussed in detail by individual countries. Information was exchanged which opened dialogue and created future opportunities for areas across the world to work together while creating further collaboration among those in attendance. Attendees gained new technical system information which provides up-to-the moment detailed statistics related to sales, billing, and process completion – data which offers customers many more reasons to choose JAS for solving their logistics needs and challenges.
With more than 15 years of experience in the Vitória market and a great expertise in the field of granite and maritime import, JAS do Brasil, constantly working to improve our structure and strategy, is pleased to announce the opening of its own subsidiary In Vitoria.
Follow our new address:
Jose Penna Medina Street, 195 - Rooms 706 and 707
Praia da Costa, - Vila Velha, ES - Zip code 29101-320
Did you know that JAS Vitória also handles its imports?
Although well known for its success in the granite market, our branch in Vitória starts to operate maritime and air import processes, which have always been the flagship of JAS Brazil.
JAS attended the 2017 Coverings Stone Fair which took place at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando Florida from April 4th to April 7th.
The Coverings Stone Fair is the largest event in the vertical sector of stone, granite, marble, ardosias, quartzite, and travertine in North America. Housing 900+ Exhibitors and 20 thousand visitors in an area of 350,000 square feet. The international exhibitors visit from Brazil, India, Italy, China, Egypt, Turkey, Israel, Argentina, and Spain.
The outcome of the event was a success. The speed of our growth has caused some disturbance between our competitors, which goes to show we are being recognized as a powerful company in this vertical. Most importantly is that JAS continues to keep our marketing share in this vertical in order to prove to our customers and our competitors that JAS is in this vertical for the long term.
The JAS exhibit was located in a prime location just in front of the the Arbirochas Pavilion. This location provided an increased volume of clients who passed the JAS booth. As a result of JAS' rapid development in 2016, the market acknowledgement and support from our long term partnerships with manufactuers, other suppliers, and consignees the investment in this exhibit provided a positive number of prospective visitors and clients exceeding 75 companies to come to the JAS exhibit.
Going forward JAS looks forwarding to continuing to grow within the Ornamental Stone industry and attending more Coverings Stone Fairs in the future.
The Branch Managers Meeting took place in Guaruja, Sao Paulo, Brazil and was joined by all the directors, branch managers and commercial team to align goals and actions to be taken in 2017.
The three days activities included presentations of budget goals for JAS Brazil, the strategy of each Branch Manager to reach it and also a commercial training day.
JAS Brazil has also rewarded its most profitable branch in 2016, JAS São José dos Campos, with a trophy to recognize their effort and motivate the team.
Created with the user experience in mind, the site includes many new features to help visitors quickly and easily navigate and find the freight forwarding, logistics, and supply chain service information they need. New features include:
Visitors to the new site can stay informed with the latest JAS and industry news through the regional news pages. The news section of the site contains rich online content such as technical information, press releases, featured services, and newsletter stories. This content is easily accessed from the footer of any page, regional landing pages, as well as via the RSS ticker at the top of the home page.
JAS Worldwide is committed to providing service at a level of excellence that exceeds every industry standard and it does so at a competitive price. JAS accomplishes this by creating an environment that encourages and rewards our employees on reaching their full potential by emphasizing quality service to our customers.
As industries in the US are shifting to more “near” sourcing opportunities companies who source from Asia are under pressure to shorten their supply chain in order to compete. It used to be that companies who were looking to shorten their lead time from Asia would look at finding “faster” vessels with shorter transit time. Given the environment in the market today with carriers consolidating and shifting to larger vessels it will leave less “fast” options available in the market and require importers to look elsewhere to shorten lead times and optimize their supply chains.
In comes Order Management which is the new hyped product offering in the market. Now at JAS we don’t just see Order Management as an operating system tool but we look at it as a concept first. Certainly we highlight our Order Management tool as a resource but before doing so we are also investing in training of the process itself first. Then we can identify our customers who could benefit from Order Management and in some cases we may find out there are other adjustments to the process itself that are necessary before we even consider setting up Order Management.
In the Trans-Pacific market the gap from the time an order is placed with a vendor in Asia to the time the order actually gets loaded on a shipment vessel can feel like a moving target to most Buyers. Given the time difference and the language barriers finding out what truly happens from order to sail is challenging. This is where Corp Trade-lane’s involvement in Order Management really sets JAS apart. We can collectively dive into the process which not only helps us at JAS get to know our customer better but more importantly we can make more educated downstream improvement recommendations.
This concept has not only changed the type of conversations we are having with our customers but it is also changing how we operate internally. There is a greater sense of collaboration today because Order Management effects all of our departments. So now when we are engaging clients we are doing so as a team. Corp Trade-lane works with SCM to work through the upstream process which in turn effects all downstream actives to where Product, Operations & Compliance have to take the ball and run with it. It really helps in now only driving alignment but also gives our customers multiple resources from different backgrounds of expertise that they can leverage which helps everyone.
Just like with online track and trace visibility we believe Order Management will soon become a standard menu offering for the entire freight forwarding industry. At JAS we are not just making sure we have Order Management on the menu but we are ensuring the ingredients going into it (people, knowledge & systems) are the best in the industry.
While other freight forwarders have recently been focusing on consolidating operations and reducing footprint, JAS has been very aggressive in developing new markets both in the USA and Worldwide while expanding their footprint. At JAS we still believe developing any new markets requires resources in the specific region dedicated to understanding the needs of our customers and community members within each region.
As it relates to the investment at Rickenbacker, JAS was presented a golden opportunity to move into a new state of the art 90,000 sq foot facility & CFS located adjacent to the runway at LCK airport. The move made sense based upon existing strategic partnerships in the Columbus region coupled with development of consistent airfreight services to and from LCK with best of class carriers such as Cargolux, Cathay Pacific & Emirates.
JAS Forwarding (LCK), Inc.
2893 George Paige Jr Road-Suite 242
Columbus, OH 43217
Since JAS has moved to Rickenbacker in January, 2017 we have engaged the local Columbus business community and have gotten involved in many of the local associations within the area. The reception has been positive and resources available in the region, specifically in the logistics community, have been a pleasant surprise.
In addition to growing our presence locally in the region, we are also promoting the product offerings available from LCK that separate us from the competition throughout the Ohio Valley corridor in areas such as MI, IN, KY as well as western PA & NY. LCK has allowed us to reduce airport dwell times from anywhere between 6 to 48 hours vs the standard gateway hubs. We are also engaging our current portfolio of core carriers at possibly adding flights to the region as the customer reception from the use of LCK has been very positive..As the world continues to be connected globally and e-commerce changes the way consumers buy the air cargo industry is also evolving and JAS sees the need to be faster to market in all industry sectors in order to compete. We believe LCK will help provide us the speed we are looking for in specific verticals such as retail, hi-tech & automotive which are prevalent in the Ohio valley. We believe this strategic move to Rickenbacker will continue to position JAS as a leader in the market driven to innovation that will ultimately benefit our clients.
If you would like to get to know the team at JAS LCK please reach out to Fritz Belinga at +1 (614) 969-7777 or you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Three years ago, JAS USA made an official commitment to JAS Peru and JAS Chile promoting Southbound Traffic. With ongoing efforts from two Gateways, we have established weekly Ocean Consols from Miami in our own JAS loaded Containers and 6 Air Consols from Los Angeles and Miami averaging of 30 tons per week combined.
In a short time, JAS Peru and JAS Chile have become market leaders, allowing us better buying power with Airlines and Ocean carriers, which creates larger consolidations and more attractive pricing options. These two countries have dedicated Sales Persons for JAS USA, serving as in house, market experts.
JAS Peru currently ranks 6th amongst Freight Forwarders with 1.2M kilos of air freight and over 450 TEUs of ocean freight. JAS Chile is showing a steady 30% growth the last two years with 500 tons of airfreight and over 450 TEUs of ocean freight.
Get to know Chile and Peru below!
Population 18 million
• Industry: Copper, other minerals, foodstuffs, fish processing, iron and steel
• Agriculture: Wheat, corn, grapes, beans; beef; fish; timber
• Exports: Copper, fish, fruits, paper and pulp, chemicals
1) Chile is the longest country in the world from north to south at 2,647 miles (4,620 km) long and extends across 38 degrees of latitude. The Andes Mountain Range extends the entire length of the country north to south.
2) Chile has the world’s largest reserves of copper—around one-quarter of the global supply—and is the number one exporter of copper in the world. Chile also has the second largest reserve of lithium and has substantial reserves of iron, silver, salt, zinc, manganese, molybdenum, gold, coal, and iodine.
3) Chile began to export salmon in 1984 and is now the world’s second largest exporter of salmon after Norway. Chile is also the largest exporter of fishmeal in the world.
4) With over 100 wineries in the country, Chile is now the 5th largest exporter of wine in the world.
5) Divorce in Chile was legalized only in 2005, and the country has one of the lowest divorce rates globally.
Population 31 million
• Industry: Mining of metals, petroleum, fishing, textiles, clothing, food processing
• Agriculture: Coffee, cotton, sugarcane, rice; poultry; fish
• Exports: Fish and fish products, gold, copper, zinc, crude petroleum and byproducts
1) Sixty percent of Peru is jungle. Most of Peru's Amazon remains unexplored, and hence has some of the best untouched rain forests anywhere in the world.
2) The finest cottons in the world, Pima and Tanguis are Peruvian.
3) Peru is the sixth-largest producer of gold in the world. Peru produced 162 tons of gold, worth over US$6.3 billion in 2010. Fourteen percent of Peru’s government revenue is provided by gold.
4) Second largest asparagus producer after China and Peru exports almost its entire crop yearly.
5) In 1885, the Coca Cola Company in Georgia began making a wine with coca leaves that was converted into a soft drink known as Coca Cola. By 1903, public outcry over the ill effects of cocaine forced the company to remove the coca leaves from its recipe for the drink, and it became more or less the soft drink millions enjoy today.
The JAS Latin America Sales Meeting took place in Sao Paulo, Brazil and was joined by all the Sales Managers in the region and was headed by our VP Sales, Manuele Mazzacurati.
The intense two days activities have also seen the presence of several visitors from our Corporate HQ, the Americas Region and US top management team including John O’Connor, Stefano Redditi, Matthew Burgees, Tony Romano and the EVP of Americas Adrian Emmenegger.
The meeting was hosted by the great team at JAS Brazil and was very successful and aligned the sales goals and strategy for 2017 in accordance with the newly born Americas Region.
It was a great time of integration, cooperation and an incredibly motivating atmosphere, the right kick off for a year of challenging goals in an area of the world that is slowly exiting thier recession.
People make the difference, now more than ever!
Keen to offer increasingly better working conditions and extending the capability of its market expansion, JAS Brazil has invested in a new branch office in Itajai.
The Itajai branch opened its doors in 2005, initially as an exit door for wood products, as well as to serve the important textile and machinery sectors. Today, it keeps growing and has 7 employees.
Brazil is one of the main countries in Latin America, with a dynamic and very competitive market. That is why, in a continuous search for customer loyalty and a driving strategy of differentiation, JAS Brazil promoted a series of customer events at the end of the year 2016. These events have become a kind of tradition and many customers already wait for it not only to fraternize but also debate market expectations for the following year.
These meetings took place in São Paulo, Campinas and São José dos Campos and brought together many important global clients.
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