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Achilles Arbex
General Manager – AMT Brazil Operation

Achilles P. Arbex joined AMT as General Manager of the AMT Sao Paulo Technology Center in Sorocaba, Brazil, in May 2013. Achilles graduated as an Automation and Control Engineer and has a post-graduate degree in Strategic Project Management from ITA – The Aeronautics Technology Institute in Sao Jose dos Campos, SP, Brazil. Prior to the current position at AMT, Achilles held positions at ZF Brazil, ZF Germany and Dana Industries. Achilles’ experience involves business development and industrial investment in Brazil at international and domestic manufacturing companies and at various industrial segments, including automotive, aerospace, electric and electronic, oil and gas, alternative energy, and others.

Achilles P. Arbex joined AMT as General Manager of the AMT Sao Paulo Technology Center in Sorocaba, Brazil, in May 2013. Achilles graduated as an Automation and Control Engineer and has a post-graduate degree in Strategic Project Management from ITA – The Aeronautics Technology Institute in Sao Jose dos Campos, SP, Brazil. Prior to the current position at AMT, Achilles held positions at ZF Brazil, ZF Germany and Dana Industries. Achilles’ experience involves business development and industrial investment in Brazil at international and domestic manufacturing companies and at various industrial segments, including automotive, aerospace, electric and electronic, oil and gas, alternative energy, and others.

Posts by Achilles Arbex
International
By Achilles ArbexApr 05, 2021

International News From the Field: Mexico, Brazil, and Latin America

The news from our neighbors in Latin and South America continues to be quite positive. Automotive suppliers in Mexico, from ZF to Motherson, continue to expand with substantial investments to meet the increased demand.

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International
By Achilles ArbexDec 18, 2018

Brazil's push for clean vehicles creates new opportunities

Brazil's economy, by far the biggest in Latin America, faces a brighter future after several difficult years. Consumer demand and investment will help Brazil post performance outpacing the rest of ...

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