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Cramer Makes Gains In Brazil for First Year

May 5, 2008

BRAZIL: Fragrance and flavor company Cramer opened an office in São Paulo, Brazil less than a year ago, but the unit has already exceeded first year expectations, according to company executives.

Since starting operations in São Paulo in June 2007, the company has added several customers and many successful products have already been launched on the Brazilian market. Leading the multidisciplinary team of flavorists, perfumers, engineers and staff personnel is Managing Director Arthur Bolliger.

“Our ability to provide the close personal touch at low cost has enabled us to expand rapidly in what is a large but ultimately highly-competitive market,” said Mr. Bolliger.

More info: www.cramer.cl
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