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Winners of Brazilian Top of Mind Award are Announced

12 November 2010

The award ceremony of the first Brazilian Top of Mind in the Composites Industry took place yesterday, in So Paulo, during the International Meeting organized by the Brazilian Composite Materials Association (ABMACO).

The winners were: Reichhold Composites Market category; MVC Civil Construction category; Marcopolo Transportation category; Barracuda Marine category and Edra do Brasil Infrastructure category.

Erika Bernardino, marketing manager of ABMACO, explained that the winners were chosen through an electronic and spontaneous voting. The entire process was controlled by an independent company, Destaque Business Research, which guaranteed the fairness of the award, she said. In total, 123 votes were counted, and each voter could choose up to three companies per category.

The second and third places, respectively, were: MVC and Owens Corning (Composites Market), Fortlev and Poloplast (Civil Construction), MVC and Tecnofibras (Transportation), Fibrafort and Schaefer Yatches (Marine) and MVC and Tigre (Infrastructure).





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