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Inolex opens new commercial office and warehouse in Brazil

Cosmetic ingredients company Inolex is expanding to Brazil with the opening of Inolex do Brasil new commercial office and warehouse in Sao Paulo.

The company’s new headquarters in Brazil will be led by Country Manager Cristina Saiani.

Prior to Inolex, Cristina started an extracts company that she managed and operated for 15 years. “Cristina’s experience in the personal care industry coupled with a degree in Agronomics, an MBA as well as several other training certificates in areas such as finance, marketing and export and import are ideal combinations to bring Inolex do Brasil to the forefront of the Brazilian cosmetic and personal care market,” said the group in release.

The foundation of Inolex do Brasil follows the opening of a Commercial office & Technical Center in Guangzhou, China earlier this year and shows Inolex’s commitment to solidify its presence globally.

We are excited to finally have a tangible presence in Brazil with Inolex do Brazil” notes Cristina. “This expansion would allow us to have direct and continuous interaction with our clientele, allowing for a tailored service that fits the trends and needs of the region.

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