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Diogo Mac Cord de Faria

NATIONAL SECRETARY OF INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT, MINISTRY OF THE ECONOMY, GOVERNMENT OF BRAZIL
The Government of Brazil looks to reduce logistics bottlenecks as part of its wider strategy to grow its GDP from 1.7% to 4% by 2022.

Fernando Figueiredo

CEO, ABIQUIM (ASSOCIAÇÃO BRASILEIRA DA INDÚSTRIA QUÍMICA)
ABIQUIM is implementing a multifaceted strategy to increase the competitiveness of Brazil’s chemical industry.

José M. Berges

CEO, GTM HOLDINGS
GTM is highly focused on M&A to grow its presence and capabilities in Latin America.

Jorge Buckup

PRESIDENT LATIN AMERICA, UNIVAR SOLUTIONS
Univar Solutions is expanding its business in the Latin America region through a series of acquisitions.

João Parolin

CEO, OXITENO
Chemical manufacturing company Oxiteno is exploting opportunities in the United States while maintaining an eye on economic recovery in Latin America.

Edison Terra Filho

EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, BRASKEM
Brazilian petrochemical company Braskem looks to expand its footprint both regionally and abroad.

Julio Garcia

OWNER AND GENERAL MANAGER, ADIZOL
ADIZOL is the distributor for the global specialty chemicals company Lubrizol in Chile, where the lubricant and fuel markets remain key.

Danilo Veras

CCO, PORT OF SANTOS
The Port of Santos is the largest port in Latin America and is working to attract more clients in the chemicals industry.

Peter Staartjes

CEO, ANDINO HOLDINGS
Andino Holdings, which provides logistics services for the chemicals industry, is increasingly focused on the opportunities afforded by digitalization.

Martin Sack

MANAGING DIRECTOR, LESCHACO MEXICANA
Leschaco Mexicana provides a comprehensive range of logistics services to the chemicals industry and other verticals.

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