2 ABINFER Brazilian Die & Mold Industry Association BRAZIL Country Report Osaka, Japan Christian Dihlmann President
3 Brazilian Die & Mold Industry Overview
4 Location Companies Employees
5 Automotive Electro electronic House construction Household articles Packaging
6 Injection molds for: Bumpers Trims and protectors Front grades Front and back lights Mirrors Dashboard. Door terminals and parts Console Seat components Column covers and trunk parts Air ducts Taps and technical covers. Dies for: Doors, covers, structural frames etc.
9 Total sales amount of molds in Brazil: ~ US$ 1,5 billion (ca. US$ 500 million are imported) Increasing rate of the number of mold manufacturers in Brazil (last 2 years): - 10% / year Increasing rate of sales of molds in Brazil (last 3 years): + 15% per year Increasing rate of import of molds in Brazil (last 3 years): + 28% per year
10 Brazilian Die & Mold Industry Association
12 ABINFER - Brazilian Die & Mold Industry Association Founded: September 16, 2011 Firs president: Christian Dihlmann Main objective: Continual improvement of the participating industries and their products targeting a high international quality standard.
13 Cargo Nome Empresa Cidade E Presidente Christian Dihlmann Brtooling A B C Joinville SC 1 Secretario Gilberto Paulo Zluhan Sociesc Joinville SC 2 Secretario Rudimar Borilli Sildre Plásticos e Moldes Caxias do Sul RS 1 Tesoureiro Antônio Darci Gaviraghi Matrizes Gama Caxias do Sul RS 2 Tesoureiro Paulo S. F. Braga Taurus Ferramentaria Diadema SP VP Jurídico Edson Hertenstein Herten Engenharia de Moldes Joinville SC VP Técnico Gelson Oliveira Metalúrgica JR Caxias do Sul RS VP Inovação & Capacitação Jefferson de Oliveira Gomes Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica ITA São José dos Campos SP VP Negócios Márcio José Trannin Krisma Ferramentaria Joinville SC VP Relações Internacionais Rolando Vargas Vallejos Universidade de Caxias do Sul UCS Caxias do Sul RS
14 Cargo Nome Empresa Cidade E VP Comunicação Alexandre Wanzuita GFM Gerenciamento e Fabricação de Moldes Joinville SC VP de Relações Institucionais Ivo Pruner Júnior Weld Vision Joinville SC VP de Integração Dárceo Schulz Requalific Joinville SC VP Regional Sul Josemar Boeira Martins Metalúrgica Boeira Caxias do Sul RS VP Regional Sudeste Paulo César Camargo Matrizes Camargo Ind. e Com. Moldes Sorocaba SP João Guilherme Vicente VP Nordeste Godinho Moldit Moldes Camaçari BA VP Norte/Centro Oeste Adirson Lídio Dávila Profine Ferramentaria Manaus AM Raul Alfredo Correa de Titular Conselho Fiscal Oliveira Grupo Abra Joinville SC
15 Cargo Nome Empresa Cidade E Titular Conselho Fiscal José Alceu Lorandi Matrizes Belga Caxias do Sul RS Titular Conselho Fiscal Wiland Tiergarten Btomec Moldes de Precisão Joinville SC Suplente Conselho Fiscal Francisco Roberto Raffanini Molga Ind. e Com de Moldes São Paulo SP Suplente Conselho Fiscal Márcio Mário Poffo Grupo Perfil Joinville SC Suplente Conselho Fiscal João Müller CJN Ferramentaria Caxias do Sul RS
16 Contribute for the increase of competitiveness; improve quality of life of the professionals; development of actions that can create an impact in the business environment and bring sustainability of the die and mold industry.
17 Be recognized country wise for its contribution in proposing and leading relevant subjects for the die and mold industry.
18 Four major directions that were considered as success key areas for the development of an strategic plan: Improve entrepreneurship of company owners focusing on management expertise; Enhance technical competency of the workers focusing on new processes and fabrication technologies; Sales planning for high return on investment rate focusing on higher profit; Strength the metal-mechanics sector of the region focusing on the second largest die and mold industry in Brazil today.
19 MACRO METAS 1 Reduce import/export deficit of the die and mold industry by 50% till Create 2,000 employment demand for blue collars, highly qualified by Become one of the 3 best countries as global supplier by 2020 (best in quality / cost / lead tiem relation) 4 Achieve US$ 200MI surplus in the die and mold industry by 2024.
26 Lack of consciousness for the importance of associative action; Not easy to implement a culture of cooperativeness; Companies afraid of internal competition; Difficulty to identify common objectives among companies; Group commitment regarding the action plan; Maintain the attractiveness level in the association.
27 Strength commercial level at local, regional and national purpose; Increase representativeness in face of sector needs; Lower cost and better access for competency enhancement; Conjoint buy and sales processes; Participation in fairs, business missions and exhibitions at lower costs; Market size increase and marketing net; Process technology improvement; Exercise citizenship through social projects; Gains in quality, productivity and competitiveness;
28 Joinville = Average attendance 32 people (17 companies). Caxias do Sul = Average attendance 15 people (12 companies). São Paulo = Average attendance 45 people (28 companies). * Last 4 years. We are expecting a growth in this numbers.
29 Participation in the Entrepreneurship Program of the State; Participation in the APL Metal Mechanics at Joinville and region level; Training on Budgeting and Pricing; Broadcast the association in technical magazines; Consulting regarding benchmarking; Trainee Program for blue collar workers in partnership with SENAI; Support on the Learning Workshop for public school to enable the access of poor children to the program; others
30 Technical forums to enable technological update and integration of company members. First forum held in others occurred since then.
31 Mission for the Camaçari Industry Pool Bahia Mechanical International Exhibition, Plastshow, Mercopar Fair, Mining and Mechanical Fair Business mission to Chile and Argentina in 2007 Business mission to Euromold 2008, 2011 Business mission to Asiamold 2009
32 Die Modeling Fair; Intertooling Fair, Intermach Fair, Interplast and Metallurgy Fair, Euromold Fair (Germany).
33 Project of regulation to import die and molds at the Competitiveness Forum MDIC
34 National Meeting of Die and Mold Industries Leading the objective to discuss the strategy of the die and mold industry in Brazil. ENAFER III Caxias do Sul May 28, 2010 ENAFER I Joinville ENAFER II São Paulo
35 National Meeting of Die and Mold Industries Grounding ABINFER Brazilian Die and Mold Industry Association. ENAFER IV Joinville September 16, 2011
36 National Meeting of Die and Mold Industries Grounding ABINFER Brazilian Die and Mold Industry Association. Honorable presences ETSUJIRO YOKOTA JADMIA Japan Die & Mold Industry Association and ROBERT L. AKERS Jr. Vice-President NTMA National Tool & Machining Association from USA
37 Law Project to implement the Die and Mold Workers Day in Joinville as May 31 st Honor Session at House of Representatives of Joinville City
39 Exhibition The Reality of a Die & Mold Indsutry, creating the opportunity for the community to know the importance of this sectorfor the economy of the region and the success of the country. 30/may/10 through 06/jun/10 Mueller Shopping Mall Lounge
40 Lecture: People, Strategy and Results com Lise Steigleder Chaves 02/Jun/10 ACIJ Auditorium
41 ACIJ 1st Place Award as a Reference Association
42 Many associations not fully focused on the DMI and not integrated in their interests and efforts. Great opportunity to increase representativeness.
43 The formal proposal to found ABINFER was validated at the ENAFER III (National Meeting of the Die & Mold Industry) held in May 2010 The Statute of Foundation has been written based on the Brazilian Civil Code law 94 companies have signed off the Foundation Statute and they will be considered Associate Founders Minimal number of participants expected: 150 (while 50 must be national major companies) Effective operation of ABINFER is targeted for September 2011 Sponsoring authorities have been enrolled in the process Location and nominations of staff and council has been defined in June 2011 Content and plans resultant from DDMI-1 was analyzed in early January 2011 to drive revised implementation plan of ABINFER
44 ABINFER The Brazilian Die & Mold Industry Association Thanks for your attention! Christian Dihlmann
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