Coesia committed to expanding, optimizing global footprint, relocates Latin America headquarters in March to 17,000-sq.-m facility in Jundiai, Brazil, opens Coesia Russia subsidiary in Moscow
April 29, 2014
– Coesia has operated at international level for 35 years and, during the Group’s recent years of steep growth, its commitment to expanding and optimizing its global footprint has played a strategic role in strengthening the partnership with its customers.
In March, Coesia’s geographical presence was reinforced with the relocation of its Latin America headquarters to new premises, in order to enhance its presence in the region, and with the opening of a subsidiary in Russia.
Coesia Latin America's brand new, 17,000-square-metre headquarters in Jundiai, on the outskirts of Sao Paolo, Brazil, is the result of Coesia's decision to invest in significant improvements to its facilities that, together with a recent acquisition in Argentina, expands its geographical presence and aims to sustain growth in Latin America, where it has operated for more than 30 years.
These new, larger premises have been designed to integrate all Coesia’s businesses into one structure, to increase production capacity, and to provide a more convenient location for reaching customers and suppliers, while providing a better environment for employees and visitors. The new headquarters offer sales, service, technical assistance and spare parts supply to customers in all the Latin American countries.
Coesia has been operating in Russia for more than 20 years and today companies such as G.D, FlexLink and AcmaVolpak have a consolidated position in the market.
Coesia's new subsidiary in Russia, with headquarters in Moscow and offices in St Petersburg, will be able to extend to the entire Group the opportunity to deliver a fast and efficient service to customers in the Russian market, to be able to supply spare parts directly from a local site and to have a sales force near the client, able to intercept market needs on behalf of all Coesia companies.