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Frigo King Opens New Export Fronts

Frigo King has just opened unprecedented doors to export its products to Canada, Trinidad and Tobago, and Iraq. "The event surprised us with the new doors that opened," says Marcos Pordeus de Paula, director of Frigo King. The company held business meetings and prospecting at AHR - The International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition, which took place from January 22 to 24, 2024, in Chicago (USA).


Contacts with Canadian importers consolidate the company's position in North America. Meetings with representatives from Iraq could represent the entry of the Brazilian brand into a new region. "Being in the Middle East was an old goal that may come true," explains the executive. Trinidad and Tobago is already part of Frigo King's export map, which is well known in the Caribbean region.


In parallel to the new doors that may open, Frigo King strengthened its ties with its representatives and customers in Mexico, the Dominican Republic, and India. "No one in the cold chain sector misses an AHR," says Marcos. AHR is the largest and most important event in the cold chain equipment supply industry. This year's meeting brought together approximately 1,600 visitors, in addition to promoting more than 250 seminars with 370 speakers. It is the hub that concentrates the most important manufacturers in the refrigeration and air conditioning segment and therefore attracts the most significant logistics companies among its visitors.


Frigo King currently exports to more than 25 countries and in Brazil offers a complete technical infrastructure and support from highly qualified multidisciplinary engineering teams to ensure agile and quality service. In total, Frigo King has more than 200 technical assistance points. Frigo King offers the market 18 models of refrigeration equipment divided into the Titan, Apollo, Flex, and SA1 lines. This guarantees operational versatility and the ability to meet any type of low-temperature transport in Brazil.


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