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ABESATA

ABESATA

www.abesata.org

ABESATA arose from the need to establish an entity able to unite the strength and aspirations of such Ground Handling companies in order to pursue representation of an essential segment to the country’s aviation. Along with the Government and the private sector, ABESATA’s goal is to support the growth of the Brazilian airlift.

ABRASET

ABRASET

abraset.org.br

The Brazilian Association of Service Suppliers, Equipment and Technology for Airports – ABRASET -were created with the aim to unite, strengthen and represent the interests of the private segment of the airports. Driving innovation and competitiveness of important supplier’s chain, working for the growth and to improve the standards of quality and safety, promoting the technological improvement and the programs of sustainability in this industry.

DECEA

DECEA

www.decea.gov.br

The Department of Airspace Control is a governmental organization, as the main organization of the Brazilian Airspace Control System. Is responsible to plan, manage and control activities related to air navigation safety, control of airspace and aeronautical tele communications.

 

SINDICOM

SINDICOM

www.sindicom.com.br

Founded in 1941, the National Association of Fuels and Lubricants Distribution Companies – Sindicom represents on a nationwide level the main distribution firms: AirBP, Ale, Castrol, Chevron, Cosan Lubrificantes, Ipiranga, Petrobras Distribuidora, Petronas, Raízen, Shell, Total and YPF. After 75 years of its creation, has become the proper forum for discussions on legal, fiscal, operational, supply and transportation issues, as well as those relating to industrial safety, occupational health and environmental that are common to its members and representations with the government.

ABESATA

ABESATA

www.abesata.org

ABESATA arose from the need to establish an entity able to unite the strength and aspirations of such Ground Handling companies in order to pursue representation of an essential segment to the country’s aviation. Along with the Government and the private sector, ABESATA’s goal is to support the growth of the Brazilian airlift.

ABRASET

ABRASET

abraset.org.br

The Brazilian Association of Service Suppliers, Equipment and Technology for Airports – ABRASET -were created with the aim to unite, strengthen and represent the interests of the private segment of the airports. Driving innovation and competitiveness of important supplier’s chain, working for the growth and to improve the standards of quality and safety, promoting the technological improvement and the programs of sustainability in this industry.

DECEA

DECEA

www.decea.gov.br

The Department of Airspace Control is a governmental organization, as the main organization of the Brazilian Airspace Control System. Is responsible to plan, manage and control activities related to air navigation safety, control of airspace and aeronautical tele communications.

 

SINDICOM

SINDICOM

www.sindicom.com.br

Founded in 1941, the National Association of Fuels and Lubricants Distribution Companies – Sindicom represents on a nationwide level the main distribution firms: AirBP, Ale, Castrol, Chevron, Cosan Lubrificantes, Ipiranga, Petrobras Distribuidora, Petronas, Raízen, Shell, Total and YPF. After 75 years of its creation, has become the proper forum for discussions on legal, fiscal, operational, supply and transportation issues, as well as those relating to industrial safety, occupational health and environmental that are common to its members and representations with the government.

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