Randon Implementos and Fras-le receive the RS Export Award

Units of Randon Companies were awarded in the categories Market Highlight and Sector Highlight - Vehicles and Auto parts for performance in the export scenario in 2021


Randon Companies are among the gaucho companies with emphasis on their performance in the foreign market, being awarded the 50th Export RS Award. Randon Implementos won the award in the Market Highlight category, while Fras-le is the winner in the Sector Highlight category – Vehicles and Auto parts.
The ceremony of delivery of the distinctions took place on Thursday, August 11, at casa NTX, in Porto Alegre (RS).

Renato Franco da Silva, Director of Business and International Sales, received the award from Randon Implementos. The Fras-le award was given to Eduardo Manenti Vargas, Business Director of the company's Commercial Line. Also participating were David Randon, chairman of the board of directors of Randon Companies, Daniel Signori, product marketing coordinator at Fras-le, Jader de Bittencourt Vieira and Igor Marchioro Fedrizzi, of fras-le's sales and export team, as well as executives from Randon Implementos.

Promoted by the Association of Marketing and Sales Managers of Brazil (ADVB/RS), the Export RS Award is the largest recognition of the South of the country to the export segment, listing the companies with the best market results and strategies with the international market in 2021.

Randon Implementos maintains the position of the largest manufacturer of semi-trailers in Latin America, being among the largest in the world. In 2021, record revenues from overseas operations were reached. The company delivered 4,207 units in the foreign market, an increase of 84.2% compared to the previous year.

Featured in the vehicle and auto parts sector, Fras-le is one of the world's largest manufacturers of friction material, serving the automaker and replacement segments. With units in the United States, China, Argentina, Uruguay and India, it serves customers in more than 120 countries on five continents. Exports from Brazil accounted for US$ 84.7 million in 2021.


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