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Scati opens new subsidiary in Brazil as part of its expansion plans

Published on 8 July, 2013
Scati has transferred Miguel A. Gimeno as General Manager in São Paulo
Scati continues its international expansion plans and sets the establishment of its brand in Brazil

After the success obtained in large CCTV-system projects like the 1,600 public schools in the State of São Paulo, the Spanish company shows its commitment to the Brazilian market and opens its Brazilian subsidiary in São Paulo. From there, the Brazilian market and other countries of the Southern Cone will be managed.

Scati, the manufacturer specialising in the design of security comprehensive solutions for large facilities, continues its international expansion plan and sets the establishment of its brand in Brazil as a top objective.

In order to do that, Scati has transferred Miguel A. Gimeno as the General Manager of the subsidiary in São Paulo and Javier Larrodé as the Technical Support and Operations Manager. There, the commercial and technical action in Brazil and rest of the Southern Cone countries will be managed.

Miguel A. Gimeno, graduate in Telecommunications Engineering from the University of Zaragoza, has completed his training with post-graduate studies including a MBA in International Management of Companies, a Master in Project Management and others related to International Commercial Management and Marketing.

On the other hand, Javier Larrodé, Senior Technician in Computer Systems Management, will provide his experience and knowledge after having been part of Scati technical department for eight years. Javier, who has also developed teaching works in specialised training in Spanish companies, is the appropriate person for providing customized technical advice. 

“With this additional staff, Scati will be able to deal with its customers in a more efficient, closer and faster way providing local technical support. This shows how important Latin America and Brazil are for the company” says Benito Cuezva, Scati General Manager.

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