1 Cummins Passport to Brazil Third Edition
2 Emergency Contacts Reminder: If you are an US citizen, you need a visa to travel to Brazil. If you already have one, don t forget to check expiration date before planning your trip. > Phone calls to cities outside of São Paulo: After getting a line (in most places by dialing a 0 ): > For international calls: dial: 00 + operator code 21 + country code + area code (if there is one) + telephone number. > For national calls: dial 0 (natl) + 21 (local operator) + XX (city code) + XX (telephone #) > Emergency Phone Numbers - Police: Fire and Ambulance: 193 > Tourist Police - Rua São Bento, 380, Centro, São Paulo Phone (+55 11) > Department of Tourism - Av. São Luis, 92, Centro, São Paulo Phone (+55 11) Hotels nearby the Cummins Brasil Plant São Paulo Airport Marriott Avenida Monteiro Lobato, s/n Guarulhos, São Paulo Phone (+55 11) Pullman SP International Airport Rodovia Hélio Smidt, s/n Guarulhos, São Paulo Phone (+55 11) Mercure Guarulhos Aeroporto Hotel Rua Barão de Mauá, 450 Guarulhos, São Paulo Phone (+55 11) Bristol International Airport Hotel Rua Soldado José de Andrade, 63 Guarulhos, São Paulo Phone (+55 11) Transportation Someone will pick you up or use the Hotel Shuttle Sponsor of your visit Name: Dept.: Home phone (+5511) Cell phone (+5511) Office phone (+5511) Office address:
3 Health Assistance Instructions on Health Assistance to Cummins foreign employees visiting Brasil. If you have any health problem while staying in Brazil, please, use the following instructions: > It is something simple and you > It is more serious and you need want to get assistance at the hotel: further assistance, please call your sponsor: > Call the Reception > The hotel will provide you simple (name): medicines such as pain killers, aspirines, etc. (+5511) This a glossary that might help explain your health problem: English Portuguese Recommended Hospitals: Guarulhos s Hospitals Hospital Carlos Chagas Rua Barão de Mauá, 547 Guarulhos - São Paulo Phones: (+5511) (+5511) (+5511) (10 far from Marriott Hotel) Hospital Nippo Brasileiro Rua Pistoia, 100 Parque Novo Mundo - São Paulo Phone (+5511) (20 far from Marriott Hotel) São Paulo s Hospitals Hospital São Luiz Rua Francisco Marengo, 1312 Tatuapé, São Paulo Phone (+5511) Hospital Sírio Libanês Rua Dona Adma Jafet, 91 Bela Vista - São Paulo Phone (+5511) / (1h far from Marriott Hotel) Hospital 9 de Julho Rua Peixoto Gomide, 625 Jardim Paulista - São Paulo Phone (+5511) (1h far from Marriott Hotel) Headache Stomach-ache High blood pressure Diabetes Strong pain on the chest Feeling dizzy I feel like fainting I can t breath Dor de cabeça Dor de estômago Pressão alta Diabete Forte dor no peito Sentindo tontura Sinto que vou desmaiar Não estou conseguindo respirar Use the data of this card in any type of emergency during your trip.
4 Table of Contents Brazil Overview History Culture Map of Brazil States São Paulo Profile Important Tips Places of Interest Shopping Mall Gastronomy Cummins Brazil History Org Chart Engine Business Unit Cummins Emission Solutions Cummins Turbo Technologies Cummins Filtration Cummins Power Generation Brazilian Distribution HAS Distribuitors
5 Brazil OverView Capital: Brasília Government: Federative Republic Area: ,599 square kilometers (about the same size of the USA, excluding Alaska) GDP: US$ 2,245 trillion Population: 200,4 million (80% live in urban areas) 25% of the population live in 4 urban conglomerates: São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Porto Alegre. Economy Products: Brazil has installed the largest automotive industries, producing 3,3 million vehicles per year. Brazil is a major exporter of iron and steel. Major manufactured products: textiles, shoes, aircraft, automotive, electrical and electronic appliances and footwear. Major agriculture products are: coffee, orange, sugar cane (sugar cane, alcohol and ethanol), soybean, tobacco, corn. Major exports: iron ore, transport equipment, petrochemicals, aircraft. Religion: Roman Catholic (majority) Official Language: Portuguese Time Difference: GMT - 03:00 09
6 History 10 Portuguese Colony Brazil was discovered in 1500 by the Portuguese navigator Pedro Alvares Cabral and remained a Portuguese Colony until 1822, when it became an independent monarchy, highly centralized and ruled from Rio de Janeiro by an emperor. Republic In 1889 a republic was declared, largely in reaction to the emperor s abolition of slavery. The new constitution was federal; states were virtually autonomous units and little power was left to the central government in Rio. This First Republic endured until 1930, when Getúlio Vargas seized the presidency and gradually centralized government and became a dictator. He was forced to resign at the end of WW II, by a surge of popular feelings and an army coup. A federal republic was declared in 1945, with power again returning to the states. Military Government Increasing instability led the armed forces to overthrow the government in 1964, in an essentially bloodless coup. The resulting military government was highly centralized, authoritarian and repressive, particularly in the early 1970s. The country experienced a great economic development during this period. Before 1980, however, the armed forces began a slow, careful process of disengagement from politics, ultimately turning power back to a civilian administration in Dilma Rousseff - President Dilma Rousseff is the current President of Brazil. She is the first woman ever to hold the office. Prior to that, in 2005, she also was the first woman to become Chief of State of Brazil, appointed by then President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. Re-elected for a 2nd term in Religions > Most of population is nominally Roman Catholic > There is a growing Protestant evangelical movement > African spiritismis widely practiced, primarily at Northeast region > Many people combine Catholism and Spiritism. Candomble is the most prominent of the African-derived sects (73% Catholic; 13% Protestant; 3% Spirtualist; 2% Oriental; 9% Others) Culture Brazil offers a rich diversity of people, places and experiences. Brazilians are connected by the common bond of Portuguese language and culture. In spite of differences in status and wealth, the Brazilians celebrate their commonality. The Brazilians are spontaneous, friendly and full of enthusiasm. 11
7 Map of Brazil States AC AM State Sigla Population São Paulo SP Minas Gerais MG Rio de Janeiro RJ Bahia BA Rio Grande do Sul RS Paraná PR Pernambuco PE Ceará CE Pará PA Maranhão MA Santa Catarina SC Goiás GO Paraíba PB Espiríto Santo ES Amazonas AM Rio Grande do Norte RN RO RR MT MS PA RS AP PR GO SC TO SP DF MA MG RJ BA ES Guarulhos State Sigla Population Alagoas AL Piauí PI Mato Grosso MT Distrito Federal DF Mato Grosso do Sul MS Sergipe SE Rondônia RO Tocantins TO Acre AC Amapá AP Roraima RR PI CE RN PB PE AL SE São Paulo Profile Capital: São Paulo Area: ,426 square kilometers Population: million inhabitants (20% of country s population) Important cities: (In order of economic importance): Guarulhos, Osasco, São Bernardo do Campo, Campinas, Santos, São José dos Campos, Jundiaí, Ribeirão Preto, Sorocaba, Santo André, Diadema. Economy: industry (aircraft, metalmechanics, alcohol and sugar, textile, automobile), agriculture. Official Language: Portuguese São Paulo Overview Established in 1554 by the priest Manuel da Nóbrega, São Paulo is, today, Brazil s financial, commercial and industrial capital. One of the world s biggest metropolis with vacation for business. More than 11 million people live in the city, 19 million in the metropolitan area. São Paulo is big in many aspects. São Paulo is also a city of rich cultural life and important events. There are 65 public libraries, 58 museums, 69 theaters and many other cultural spaces in the city. Nightlife is full of options: all kinds of bars, discos / nightclubs and restaurants. Currency The Brazilian currency units is the Real (R$). Dollar and Travelers Checks can easily be changed in banks, currency exchange shops or at the Int l Airport. Credit cards are accepted nationwide - VISA, Mastercard, AMEX, etc. R$ 1,00 + US$ =
8 Important Tips > Most bars and restaurants include a service charge of 10% in the bill. > U$ 5,00 is a good tip in a hotel. > It s not a local practice to give tips to taxi drivers. > Avoid driving in São Paulo, let the local drivers do it. > In general international flights arrive at Guarulhos (GRU International Airport) in the mornings, coming from USA and Europe. > For general tourist information there is booth at: Guarulhos International Airport (Infraero ) Phone (+5511) Opening Hours: Mon-Fri: 8am to 10pm Sat, Sun and Holidays: 9am to 9pm Drinking water: Tap water is treated and chlorinated - nevertheless it is advisable to drink only bottled mineral water. Duty Free: For liqueurs or any foreign items in general, we recommend to use the Duty Free Shop at Brazilian airports, available on int l arrivals / departures, as these articles are highly taxed in Brazil. Communications: To make an international call, dial: 00 + operator code 21 + country code + area code (if there is one) + telephone number. For reverse charge in international calls dial (Embratel). AT&T Access Number: Climate: The climate is predominantly tropical with some variation according to the region. The average annual temperature in the north is 28º C (82º F) and 22º C (72º F) in the south. Dress Code: Being a tropical climate, dress is casual light clothing and comfortable shoes. Even in the evening, when dining or going out to a club or show, the dress is casual chic for women, sport shirts and slacks for men - jackets and ties are not required. In the winter a sweater will usually be sufficient. Nevertheless tie and suit are required when visiting a customer. At Cummins Brasil there is a security policy of using high-heels. The objetive is avoid accidents Involving falls, slips and trips. In the outdoors, parking lots and offices, it s not permitted using highheels which have top jump to 1,57 inches (including boots and sandals) and flip-flops. In the industrial area, it s not permitted using tennis, sandals and social footwear. The use of safety shoe is required. This policy is for employees, third party service providers, visitors, customers and suppliers.
9 Important Tips 16 Health/Vaccination Please check carefully with your Travel Agent and/or Brazilian Consulate. Depending on your travel itinerary or flight connections to some South America countries, yellow fever (Febre Amarela) is required or advisable. Electricity Voltage Electricity voltages vary from one state to another. São Paulo/Rio/Salvador and Manaus use 110V (as in the USA). Recife and Brasilia use the European current 220V. Most hotels have converters. As any other large city, São Paulo requires some attention on security issues: Don t: > Leave your bag unattended. > Put your wallet in your back pocket or the outside pocket of a bag. > Walk in unlit areas at night. > Don t take taxis on the streets. Have someone call a special taxi for you. If needed, call your sponsor for instructions. > Wear flashy jewellery in the street, even if it is fake. > Take more than you need to the beach. Do: > Wear your valuables in a money belt. > Put your money, passport and ticket in the safe deposit box of your hotel. > Take cabs rather than buses. > Ask your hotel for information. They know most of the answers. > Call your sponsor any time if you have any kind of trouble National Public Holidays > New Year s Day: January 1 > Carnival: February 17 > Good Friday: April 3 > Easter: April 5 > Tiradentes Day: April 21 > Labor Day: May 1 > Corpus Christi: June 4 > Independence of Brazil: September 7 > Saint Mary of the Republic: October 12 > Memorial Day: November 2 > Announcement of the Republic: November 15 > Guarulhos City Birthday: December 8 > Christmas: 25 December > New Year s Party: 31 December 2016 National Public Holidays > New Year s Day: January 1 > Carnival: February 9 > Tiradentes Day: April 21 > Good Friday: April 25 > Easter: March 27 > Labor Day: May 1 > Corpus Christi: May 26 > Independence of Brazil: September 7 > Saint Mary of the Republic: October 12 > Memorial Day: November 2 > Announcement of the Republic: November 15 > Guarulhos City Birthday: December 8 > Christmas: 25 December > New Year s Party: 31 December 2017 National Public Holidays > New Year s Day: January 1 > Carnival: February 28 > Good Friday: April 14 > Easter: April 16 > Tiradentes Day: April 21 > Labor Day: May 1 > Corpus Christi: June 23 > Independence of Brazil: September 7 > Saint Mary of the Republic: October 12 > Memorial Day: November 2 > Announcement of the Republic: November 15 > Guarulhos City Birthday: December 8 > Christmas: 25 December > New Year s Party: 31 December 17
10 Places of Interest 18 Rio de Janeiro Overview Rio is one of the most photographed cities in the world and synonym of Brazil for many foreigner tourists. Famous by its unique mountainous coast, its marvelous beaches, its music and the Carnival. Cristo Redentor (Christ the Redeemer) opens his arms wide as if to embrace all the city of Rio de Janeiro. The statue stands at an elevation of 2,325 feet, top of the Corcovado.The summit of the Corcovado can be reached by little rack-railways, which climb through the dense tangle of the Tijuca, the world s largest natural forest inside a city. Salvador Salvador is a national metropolis with over 2.6 million inhabitants, being the most populous city in the Northeast. The tourist town is known by the architectural beauty and local culture (music, cuisine and religion). The tourist who chooses Salvador can go to the beach in the morning, walk through the Historic Center in the afternoon, dinner at one of the good restaurants in town and dance in the carnival blocks rehearsal or the sound of other musical styles. Iguazu Falls Foz do Iguaçu is located in the extreme west of Paraná state and represents the second destination of foreign tourists in the country. Known internationally for Iguazu Falls, is one of the finalists in the competition that choose the seven Wonders of Nature. The city has one of the largest innkeeper park in Brazil, and an international airport served by major domestic airlines. It has a wide variety of restaurants, steakhouses, bars and nightclubs. Fernando de Noronha Fernando de Noronha is a tropical island localizated 545 Km away from the coast of the Brazilian State Pernambuco. It s a small village with a bit more than 2,000 inhabitants. That creates the opportunity of an equilibrated meeting between man and nature being one of the most important ecologic sanctuaries of the world. A trip to Noronha requires at least 5 days for having countless tour options of natural beauties of the islands. 19
11 Shopping Mall Gastronomy Best buys: Sport wear, crafts, São Paulo is considered one of the São Paulo s Restaurants precious stones, leather goods and most important gastronomy cities in > Terraço Itália articles made in wood. Stones: Precious and semi precious minerals. the world. One of its main attractions is the food. It is recognized worldwide and offers food lovers approximately 12,500 restaurants, representing Av. Ipiranga, 344, 41º andar Phone (+5511) > Fogo de Chão Churrascaria Av. dos Bandeirantes, 538 Stones > Minerais do Brasil Ltda. 42 ethnic types. It is also known internationally as one of the biggest Vila Olímpia - São Paulo Phone (+5511) (40 far from Marriott Hotel) and diversified gastronomy cities of Guarulhos s Restaurants Av. Dr. Abrahão Ribeiro, 740 SP the world. Apart from the restaurants, > Forneria Capannone there are 15 thousand bars spread all Rua Lázaro Bueno Oliveira, 92 Opening hour: over the city, with different attractions. Opening hour: Mon-Fri 10am-10pm Centro - Guarulhos Mon-Fri 9am - 7pm / Sat 9am - 3pm Brazilian food varies from region to Shopping visit: Guarulhos s Shopping > Guarulhos International Shopping São Paulo s Shopping > Shopping Center Norte São Paulo (30 far from Marriott Hotel) region, but the base of most Brazilian meals is rice and beans, the popular arroz e feijão. Phone (5511) > Cantina Giovanni Av. Timóteo Penteado, 3615 Center (10 far from Marriott Hotel) Address: Guarulhos - São Paulo In Rio de Janeiro was born the most Address: Rodovia Presidente Dutra, Av. Marginal Tietê X Av. Otto Baumgart Phone (5511) popular Brazilian dish, the feijoada, Guarulhos - São Paulo São Paulo SP a mixture of black beans, pork, and Phone (+5511) some special spices. The feijoada is popular in the whole country. Opening hour: Mon-Fri 10am-10pm From the South comes another > Shopping Iguatemi São Paulo popular Brazilian habit, eating Address: Av. Brigadeiro Faria Lima, churrasco, or barbacue. Brazilian São Paulo SP barbecue is quite different from Phone (+5511) American, and is often served in places called Churrascaria Rodízio Opening hour: Mon-Fri 10am-10pm where waiters come all the time to bring more meat to the tables.
12 Cummins Brazil History Cummins Brazil 1971 NT Engine (14.0L) 1986 C Engine (8.3L) 1994 B Engine (3.9L) 2000 Power Gen CF Plant Launched 2001 CISM Engine (11L) and Cummins PowerRent Independent Power Production (IPP) 2003 Interact ( L) 2004 Euromec III 2005 Euromec C 2006 ISC (18.3L) CF Distribution Center Launched 2007 CES Plant launched 2008 QSB, QSC and QSL Motors launched 2009 ISL and ISF Motors launched 2011 CES Production starts 2012 Euro V Line launched 2013 ISG 2014 VTA28
13 24 Org Chart Luis Pasquotto South America President & Cummins Inc. Vice President Alex Savelli Engine Business Executive Management Director Fabiano D Luca Cummins Emissions Solutions Executive Management Director Business Units Engine Business Unit CMI Council In Brazil since 1971 Main products Diesel Engines (NTA / 4B / 6B / 6C / ISB /QSB / ISC / QSC / ISL / QSL / ISM) 25 Kip Schwimmer Power Generation Executive Management Director Arunkumar Iyer Cummins Filtration Executive Management Director Fábio Magrin Distribution Business Executive Management Director Cummins Brasil Ltda Rua Jati, 310 Guarulhos - São Paulo Brasil
14 Cummins Emission Solutions Cummins Turbo Technologies In Brazil since 2007 dedicated to develop after treatment solutions for the region. We have solutions for all types of technologies available for engines. Main products System Integration, SCR, DOC, DPF, Dosing Systems Urea Tank Address Rua São Domingos da Prata, 440 Guarulhos - São Paulo Brasil In Brazil since 1988 Main products Turboscharges for automotive industry and power generators Address Rua Jati, 310 Guarulhos - São Paulo Brasil
15 28 Cummins Filtration Cummins Power Generation 29 Cummins Filtration operations in Brazil started in 1993 as a Distribution Center (inside Cummins Engines Brazil). In 2000 the manufacturing plant was launched and key products started to be produced locally. Today local production includes Spin-on, Diesel Pro, Air Filters, Coolants and many others products. In Brazil since 2000 Main products Commercial Gensets, Consumer Gensets (Residential, Commercial Mobile, Marine, Recreational Vehicle), Transfer Switches, Paralleling Equipment and Switchgear Address Av. Narain Singh, 770 Bonsucesso - Guarulhos - São Paulo Brasil Address Rua Jati, 310 Guarulhos - São Paulo Brasil
16 Distribution Business Unit - Brazilian Distributors 30 Distributor Address City and State Phone Cia Distribuidora de Motores Cummins Rod. Regis Bittencourt, 1400 Jd. Monte Alegre, ZIP code Taboão da Serra / SP (5511) Cummins Vendas e Serviços de Motores e Geradores Ltda Av. Ordem e Progresso, 661, ZIP code São Paulo / SP (5511) Distribuidora Cummins Centro Oeste Ltda Av. Caiapo 777, Santa Genoveva, ZIP code Goiânia / GO (5562) Distribuidora Cummins Diesel do Nordeste Ltda Br 116, Km 10, Nr Bairro Messejana, ZIP Code Fortaleza / CE (5585) Distribuidora Cummins Minas Ltda (DCML) Anel Rodoviário Celso Mello Azevedo, ZIP code Belo Horizonte / MG (5531) Distribuidora Meridional de Motores Cummins Av. Assis Brazil 11000, Sarandi, ZIP code Porto Alegre / RS (5551) Noroeste Máquinas Av. Efigenio Sales 1800 Aleixo, ZIP code Manaus / AM (5592) Cia Distribuidora de Motores Cummins Al. Cdor. Dr. Santoro Mirone, 65 - Cj. 1, ZIP code Indaiatuba / SP (5519) Cia Distribuidora de Motores Cummins Rua MartiWnho Araújo, 201, ZIP code Guarujá / SP (5513) Cia Distribuidora de Motores Cummins Al. Bandeirantes,111, ZIP code Ribeirão Preto / SP (5516) Cummins Vendas e Serviços de Motores e Geradores Ltda Av. Fernando Correia da Costa, 7430, ZIP code Cuiabá / MT (5565) Cummins Vendas e Serviços de Motores e Geradores Ltda Av. Brasil, 20289, ZIP code Rio de Janeiro / RJ (5521) Cummins Vendas e Serviços de Motores e Geradores Ltda Rua Alfredo Folchini, 2460, ZIP code São José do Rio Preto/SP (5517) Cummins Vendas e Serviços de Motores e Geradores Ltda Rua Pedro Zangrande, ZIP code Serra / ES (5521) Cummins Vendas e Serviços de Motores e Geradores Ltda Av. Luis Eduardo Magalhães, 4601, ZIP code Luis Eduardo Magalhães/BA (5571) Cummins Vendas e Serviços de Motores e Geradores Ltda Rua Antonio Andrade, 450, Qd B Lt 18, ZIP code Salvador /BA (5571) Cummins Vendas e Serviços de Motores e Geradores Ltda Av. Gury Marques, 5185, ZIP code Campo Grande /MS (5567)
17 Distribution Business Unit - Brazilian Distributors 32 Distributor Address City and State Phone 33 Cummins Vendas e Serviços de Motores e Geradores Ltda Rua Nilton de Moura Mussi 796, ZIP code Macaé /RJ (5522) Distribuidora Cummins Centro Oeste Ltda Av. Q 912 Sul Alameda 03 Lote 02, ZIP code Palmas/TO (5563) Distribuidora Cummins Centro Oeste Ltda Saan Trecho 01 Lote 1175, ZIP code Brasília /DF (5561) Distribuidora Cummins Centro Oeste Ltda Av Presidente Vargas, 3420, ZIP code Rio Verde/GO (5564) Distribuidora Cummins Diesel do Nordeste Ltda Av. General Barreto de Menezes, 1280, ZIP code Jaboatão /PE (5581) Distribuidora Cummins Minas Ltda (DCML) Rodovia Br-040 Km, 779, ZIP code Juiz de Fora/MG (5531) Distribuidora Cummins Minas Ltda (DCML) Rodovia Pa 275, Sb - Zona Rural, Zip Code Parauapebas /PA (5594) Distribuidora Cummins Minas Ltda (DCML) Rod. Br 316, Km.12, R. Fernando Quilhon,4176, ZIP code Marituba/PA (5591) Distribuidora Cummins Minas Ltda (DCML) Av. Paulo Roberto Cunha Santos, 1819, ZIP code Uberlândia /MG (5534) Distribuidora Cummins Minas Ltda (DCML) Av. Guajajaras, 01, Tirirical, ZIP code São Luis/MA (5598) Distribuidora Meridional de Motores Cummins Abel Scuissiato, 3020, ZIP code Colombo/PR (5541) Distribuidora Meridional de Motores Cummins BR101, KM212, Distrito Industrial, ZIP code São José /SC (5548) Distribuidora Meridional de Motores Cummins Av. Prefeito Synclair Sambatti, 5004, ZIP code Maringá/PR (5544) Distribuidora Meridional de Motores Cummins Br 282 Plinio Arlindo de Nes 5000E, ZIP code Chapecó /SC (5549) Distribuidora Meridional de Motores Cummins Rua Antônio Trilha, 977L, Zip Code São Gabriel/RS (5555) Noroeste Máquinas Rua da Beira, 6270 Jardim Eldorado I, ZIP code Porto Velho /RD (5569)
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19 Editorial: Published by Cummins Brasil Ltda. February Third Edition Prepared by: Cummins MarCom Graphic Design New Mind Comunicação Access: