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Silab South America opens its logistics platform in Brazil

From September 1st 2015, the promotion, import and distribution operations in Brazil of Silab’s natural cosmetic active ingredients are operated by its local subsidiary, Silab South America.

Amanda Martins, area sales manager - Francisco Santin De Souza, regional (...)

Amanda Martins, area sales manager - Francisco Santin De Souza, regional sales manager

Established in Brazil since 2012, Silab South America already ensures promotion of cosmetic active ingredients and supports the local distribution network. Now, the Brazilian subsidiary of the Silab Group, whose headquarters are in France, has opened its own logistics platform in São Paulo with a team dedicated to this new organization and the available stock. Mr. Francisco Santin De Souza, Regional Sales Manager, remains in charge of running this expanding structure. This way, the company will strengthen its growth and development strategy in the region.

Silab is honoured to have built a strong relationship with Cosmotec, its exclusive distributor since 1998, based on professionalism and shared values. As both companies have developed, it has been mutually agreed that Silab’s active ingredients will be henceforth exclusively distributed by Silab South America,” said the French group.

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