On December 5th, we participated in the CPFL Group awards event. The CPFL Mais Valor Award recognizes the suppliers that stood out most in terms of punctuality, quality and other aspects in the supply of materials and provision of services to the Group’s companies in the 2022-2023 cycle. Among the more than 11,000 suppliers of the CPFL Group, with over 4,500 active suppliers, that is, with supply contracts in progress, we were one of the three finalists for the best supplier award in the “distribution network materials” category.
It is an honor and a satisfaction to be in this position among the number of active suppliers of the Group. Focus on people and continuous improvement of processes are the pillars that move and motivate us in the search for excellence! Congratulations to the entire KRJ team for the excellent result achieved!
Through a business mission in partnership with the Brazilian Association of Electrical and Electronics Industry (ABINEE) and the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (APEX), KRJ participated in the 10th FISE Feria Internacional del Sector Eléctrico. The FISE Fair is a biennial commercial exhibition of the electrical industry, held in Medellín, Colombia since 2006, in which companies from the national and international chain of this sector gather. FISE is an event strategically well located to receive visitors from all over Latin America, being ideal for making and renewing strategic alliances that allow the growth and strengthening of businesses in the medium and long term.
With products presented within an integration concept in order to offer energy distributors differentiated solutions, we consider our participation in this 60th edition of FIEE, which took place between July 18th and 21st, in São Paulo, to be extremely positive. “Our solutions are always very well received by the visiting public, however, in this edition we highlighted the launch of our connector model for photovoltaic panels, the KSE K4, which complements our portfolio in a segment that is a little different from what we are used to and in which we are consolidated, which is distributed generation”, explained Marcelo Mendes, general manager of the company, when commenting on the positive and expressive results obtained during the 4 days of the event.
The most important IEEE technology event in Central America and Panama. It is an itinerant event that is held annually and every year in a different host country, this edition was held between November 09 and 12 at the Hotel Riu Plaza in Panama City, the congress promoted technical conferences and an update workshop in areas related to Electrical and Electronic Engineering IEEE. In addition, it offered an exhibition room in which national and international companies participated.
Pink October is an annual campaign held worldwide in October, with the intention of alerting society about the early diagnosis of breast cancer. The mobilization also aims at the dissemination of preventive data and emphasizes the importance of looking carefully at health, in addition to fighting for rights such as medical care and emotional support, ensuring quality treatment.
During the month, several institutions address the issue to encourage women to take their exams and many even make them available. Initiatives like this are essential for prevention, since in the early stages, the disease is asymptomatic.
The first action in Brazil took place in 2002, at Ibirapuera Park, in São Paulo. With the pink lighting of the Obelisk Mausoleum to the Constitutionalist Soldier.
Since 2008, initiatives like this have become increasingly frequent. Several cancer-related entities began to illuminate buildings and monuments, conveying the message: prevention is necessary.
The celebration took place on August 22 at an event attended by its partners and employees. Marcelo Mendes, general manager, emphasized the company's history since its birth and the many changes and challenges that occurred during this period. He highlighted the company's DNA for innovation, which continues to invest in new product lines and its ability to reinvent itself, seeking to operate in new segments with safe and constant steps, endorsing its mission to innovate and project its future.
Through a business mission in partnership with the Brazilian Association of Electrical and Electronics Industry (ABINEE) and the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (APEX), KRJ participated in the 9th FISE Feria Internacional del Sector Eléctrico. The FISE Fair is a biennial commercial exhibition of the electrical industry, held in Medellín, Colombia since 2006, in which companies from the national and international chain of this sector gather. FISE is an event strategically well located to receive visitors from all over Latin America, being ideal for making and renewing strategic alliances that allow the growth and strengthening of businesses in the medium and long term.
In this edition, around 27 Brazilian companies participated in the mission, who had the opportunity to exhibit their products and services, participate in business roundtables, visit the main players in the country, including guided tours at the fair. For KRJ, Fabiano Camargo Sales Coordinator and Marcelo Mendes General Manager participated in this edition of FISE, who informed that new partnerships were closed and new and promising commercial contacts were made for the company’s expansion in the international market.
KRJ maintains its active operation with resilience, adopting actions for the continuity of the uninterrupted service of its customers, aware of the context that is inserted, being an integral part of the strategic electric sector, which is extremely important for the industry in general and especially for life of people. The following are some of the main actions taken:
• Temporary cancellation of all face-to-face events, whether internal or external;
• Suspension of national and international air travel for work reasons;
• Recommendation to postpone personal travel and if it is not possible, employees must remain in isolation for 14 days and will be monitored by our health and safety area;
• Restriction of our employees to visits to our customers and partners;
• Suspension of the activities of interns and apprentices;
• Reinforcement of hygiene in all work environments and provision of gel alcohol dispensers in all environments of our headquarters, including in the factory with daily monitoring of the body temperature of all employees.
We have a big challenge ahead of us, but we are certain that we will win this battle together.
Through an intermediary of a joint venture with the Brazilian Association of Electrical and Electronic Industry (ABINEE) and the Brazilian Export Promotion and Investment Agency (APEX), KRJ participates in the FISE International Fair of the Electric Sector. The FISE fair is a commercial exhibition, biennial of the electric industry, carried out in Medellín in Colombia since 2006, in which all the companies of the national and international chain of the electric industry meet. FISE fair is an ideal platform to promote and renew strategic alliances that allow for the strengthening and strengthening of two businesses in the medium and long term and with a great promise for all of Latin America.
During the fair, Brazilian companies will have the opportunity to export their products and services, participate in a business trip, visit the main non-country players and include guided tours in Feira. The executive of KRJ, Marcelo Mendes and engineer Eduardo Hirano, who participated in the event, will report on the realization of several new and promising new merchants who will contribute to the expansion of a non-international company.
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