Benefits of participating in R+T South America
R+T South America is considered the main trade fair for roller shutters, automatic doors/gates, and sun protection systems of the Brazilian market. During May 9 to 12, 2018, the 2nd edition will feature the biggest launches, technologies, innovations, and trends of the industry.
The fair also takes place in Germany, Turkey, and China, providing experience, expertise, and international contacts to Brazilian participants. R+T is a perfect platform for business generation, networking, and relationship, helping to develop new projects with the main players in the Brazilian and international industry.
In order to maximize the benefits to exhibitors and visitors, R+T South America will take place together with Glass South America, the main event of the glass industry in Latin America. It is the union of the two largest fairs in the world in their respective markets.
Opportunities in the Brazilian and global markets
• The International Monetary Fund (IMF)predicts that the global economy will grow by 3.4% in 2017. For 2018, the projected increase is 3.6%, greater than in previous years.
• GWP is predicted to rise by 2.7% in 2017, due to the recovery of major emerging markets such as Brazil and Russia, and to the increased fiscal stimulus anticipated in advanced economies such as the United States.
• The World Bank predicts that the Brazilian economy will grow by 0.5% in 2017. An increase of 1.8% is forecast for 2018, rising to 2.2% in 2019.
• The 0.5% increase anticipated for Brazil in 2017 will help drive growth of 1.2% in Latin America after two years of recession, the Bank predicts.
• Brazilian exports will rise by 5.2% over the year and will increase on the Brazilian and global markets. The biggest growth will be seen in industrialized products.
*Source: World Bank
• Gross invoicing by companies on the roller shutters, doors/gates, and solar protection systems market: R$ 162 million.
• The expectation is that the production in this industry earns approximately 1 billion per year.
*Source: ABRAPE 2017