Refrigeration component and equipment manufacturer Bundy has appointed an experienced executive to lead its North and South American expansion plans.
Wenceslau Carvalho, who has headed up Bundy’s Brazil operations for nine years and has spent 28 years with the company, has been named as Vice President, Americas. He has been tasked with expanding the business into North America, as well as growing the company’s Latin America sales.
Bundy, which has manufacturing sites in Germany, Brazil, Hungary, Italy and Turkey, employs over 1200 people, with over 450 personnel based across the company’s three locations in Brazil.
Bundy Brazil has two plants plus a satellite operation in Maracanau. Bundy Pinda develops roll bond evaporators, no-frost evaporators and heat exchanger components Bundy Curitiba produces plain and zinc coated tubes. Its portfolio includes door warmers, wrap-around evaporators, helical, forced draft and skin condensers.
Carvalho said: “Bundy is a respected global player, and one of our key strengths is our wide refrigeration product portfolio, which gives us scope to have a Bundy component in every household in Brazil, and our ability to provide innovative solutions puts us in a good position to expand our geographical customer base.
“Bundy has a strong reputation and for high quality, and our steamlined operations and cost control measures mean that we offer a very competitive proposition to the world’s leading refrigeration brands.”
Bundy Chief Executive Chris McGeehan added: “Wenceslau has been an important part of Bundy for many years, and he is playing a vital role in driving the business forward to meet the needs of our clients. The company is in an excellent position to expand into North America and build its business in Latin America. We are evaluating several projects which will put us in a position to increase capacity and develop further strategic partnerships.”