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Advanced Manufacturing in the Americas Three-part Webinar Series

Jul 05, 2022

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Advanced Manufacturing Opportunities in BRAZIL

July 14 @ 1 pm EDT

AGENDA

WELCOME 

  • Anastasia Mukherjee, Senior Trade Specialist, U.S. Commercial Service – Colombia, North Carolina​

INTRODUCTION TO THE BRAZILIAN MARKET  

  • Chris Alexander, Principal Commercial Officer, U.S. Commercial Service, U.S. Consulate General, Recife, Brazil ​

INDUSTRY AUTOMATION & ROBOTICS, BRAZIL MARKET OVERVIEW  

  • Achilles Arbex, Director of Global Services, AMT – The Association for Manufacturing Technology​
  • ​Sergio Coca, Automation and Business Advisory, Wiser​

CUSTOMS INSIGHTS FOR ADVANCED MANUFACTURING  

  • Christian Claudet, Customs Broker​

Q&A


WHY BRAZIL?

  • 5 years ago, Brazil’s Government established a public-private sector Industry 4.0 Working Group aimed at building policies to support the development of advanced manufacturing in the country.
  • Digital automation using sensors to control processes remains the top technology in use in Brazil. In 2021, 46% of the respondents were using it, compared to 27% in 2016.
  • Additive manufacturing has seen increased adoption, with 16% of respondents making use of it in 2021, while only 5% used it in 2016%.

SERIES DATES:
July 14 BRAZIL
July 19 SOUTHERN CONE
July 28 CANADA & MEXICO


TIME: 1:00PM Eastern
REGISTRATION: Advanced registration required
FEE: $50 for all three events


If you have questions you would like addressed during the live webinar(s), please email them in advance to [email protected]


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