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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.

Gastón Cini & Martín Cini

DIRECTORS, PETROLERA COPSA
Petrolera Copsa is an Argentinian distributor that is increasingly focused on opportunities in the oil and gas industry.

Martín Toscano, Miguel Ángel Delgado, Federico Téllez

MANAGING DIRECTOR, BUSINESS DIRECTOR RE - HIGH PERFORMANCE POLYMERS & BUSINESS DIRECTOR CYPLUS, EVONIK INDUSTRIES DE MÉXICO
Evonik is one of the world's leading specialty chemicals companies.

Stefan Lepecki

CEO, BRASKEM IDESA
Braskem Idesa was formed by Braskem S.A. (Brazil), the largest producer of thermoplastic resins in America and Grupo Idesa (Mexico), a leader in petrochemicals.

Enrique Flaiban

GENERAL MANAGER, PETROCUYO
Petrocuyo is an Argentinian company that resulted from the merger between Petroquímica Cuyo and Petroken.

Eugenio Manzano

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, POCHTECA
Pochteca offers a portfolio of over 7,300 industrial products to clients throughout Latin America.

Sergio Marcondes & Emilio Nager

GENERAL MANAGER & COMMERCIAL MANAGER INTERNATIONAL MARKETS, BRASKEM
“Some countries are more advanced than others when it comes to understanding the product and implementing sustainability policies. Indeed, there is not a single answer to this problem. Banning single-use plastics is one thing, but the problem is not the product – it is how you deal with it at the end of the life cycle, which applies not just to plastic, but also to any high volume product.”

Federico Veller

EXECUTIVE MANAGER CHEMICALS, YPF
“The petrochemicals industry is the sector that will drive hydrocarbons consumption over the next years. Large oil companies forecast flattened fuel demand, and this is why focus is increasingly placed on the petrochemicals business. Those companies that are vertically integrated, with feedstock production all the way to the downstream business, will be the most competitive ones."

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