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tna SUPPORTS BRAZIL MARKET GROWTH WITH NEW REGIONAL OFFICE

tna SUPPORTS BRAZIL MARKET GROWTH WITH NEW REGIONAL OFFICE

São Paulo, Brazil (20 February, 2013): Packaging solutions specialist, tna, is pleased to announce the opening of a new regional office in São Paulo, Brazil. The move reflects the company’s commitment to meeting increased demand for innovative packaging technology in this rapidly expanding region and further reinforces tna’s leadership position within the international packaging industry.

Nadia cutting the ribbon at the Brazil office opening.JPGWith a population of around 200 million people, Brazil is now one of the world’s fastest growing economies and a key market for the packaging industry. tna’s new office in São Paulo will host both sales and service teams and will enable the company to better serve its growing number of customers, both locally in Brazil, and across the continent. Furthermore, tna’s on the ground team in Brazil will be able to closely monitor market trends and activity across the region, facilitating the development of new, regional-specific technology to better respond to local needs.

“We are thrilled to be taking the next step in our aim of becoming the ultimate global packaging solutions provider”, comments Alfredo Blanco, general manager – America's, tna. “At tna, delivering the best service is our primary focus and being close to our customers and able to speak their language – both technically and literally – plays a vital role in this. With a local base in São Paulo, our tna experts can now review real in-country challenges and develop innovations that are tailor-made to the local packaging market. This will enable us to provide even better service to our Brazilian customers, with an emphasis on enhanced technical support, sales and related services”.

With an extensive network of 25 offices worldwide, tna’s latest office opening forms part of the company’s global expansion strategy and follows the recent opening of tna’s manufacturing plant in Qingdao, China.

To contact the Brazil office, contact Thiago Roriz at [email protected]tions.com

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