Brazil’s automotive industry has experienced incredible growth in recent years and is the fourth largest automotive market in the world. To many automotive suppliers this is an attractive market that cannot be ignored. However the INMETRO regulations that govern the import of automotive components are different from other regulations like ECE and can be daunting to interpret.
In this webinar we picked the top 5 frequently asked questions relating to INMETRO and highlight the essentials of exporting your automotive products to Brazil.
Presentation 45 min, Q&A 15 min
The requirements for automotive components
The process to achieve INMETRO certification
How will the regulation impact your business?
Mr. Fabiano Pinho de Deus
Certification Manager, TÜV SÜD Brazil
Fabiano has more than 20 years experience in automotive auditing & certification and is responsible for INMETRO & DENATRAN certification, homologation and management systems in TÜV SÜD Brazil. He is a qualified auditor for ISO 9001, ISO/TS16949 and automotive parts/components on the INMETRO system.
Fabiano has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and a master’s in business. He is passionate about sports and plays soccer for an amateur team in Brazil.