Brazil, Mexico and Argentina account for 64% of Latin American business
Brazil, São Paulo – April 2017 – Retail sales of tissue paper in Brazil grew 11% in 2015. According to Euromonitor International, the domestic market should expand to a monthly average of 3% per year by 2020, an annual increase of approximately US $ 3 billion.
Brazil is the largest producer of Towel & Tissue (T & T) in Latin America, accounting for 32% of the market’s 3,978 metric tons, which puts the country in fifth position in installed capacity, behind China, USA, Japan and Italy. Almost 64% of the regional industry is represented by the sum of Brazilian, Mexican and Argentinean businesses.
To discuss issues related to the growth and improvement of the tissue sector, the global business platform Tissue World is holding the second edition of Tissue World São Paulo, from May 31st to June 2nd, at Transamérica Expo Center, in São Paulo. In 2015, its first year, the show counted on 63 exhibiting companies and received about 1,200 qualified visitors.
Tissue World São Paulo
From May 31st to June 2nd
Transamerica Expo Center - Hall E
Address: Avenida Doutor Mário Vilas Boas Rodrigues, 387 - Santo Amaro, São Paulo/SP
For more information: http://www.tissueworld.com/saopaulo/pt-pt/
About Tissue World:
Founded in 1993, Tissue World is the most qualified trade show in the world focused on the Tissue industry. With editions in Bangkok, Istanbul, Milan, Miami and São Paulo, it offers an integrated platform of exhibition and conferences that provide the best environment for business. Held for the first time in Brazil in 2015, the second edition of Tissue World São Paulo takes place from May 31st to June 2nd and focuses on the Brazilian and Latin American markets.
Global leader in business media, UBM is the 2nd largest event organizer in the world. With expertise in promoting trade fairs to encourage networking and business among companies from a wide variety of market segments, the company is present in 20 countries on five continents, and has 5,000 employees working in dozens of sectors, including high technology, fashion and health. It connects professionals from several industries, such as Civil Construction, Freight Transport, Logistics and International Trade, Ports, Terminals and Warehouses, Technology and Electronics, Medical and Pharmaceutical, Food Ingredients, Metro Railroads and Naval. For more information: ubmbrazil.com.br
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