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FINK - RIO DE JANEIRO

Rio de Janeiro/Southeast + North and Northeast region

Estrada dos Bandeirantes 2.856  - Jacarepaguá
Rio de Janeiro, RJ - Brasil - 22775-110
T +55 21 3410-9700 / 3342-9380

FINK - SÃO PAULO

São Paulo + South region

Av. Cardeal Santiago Luiz Copello 81
Vila Leopoldina - São Paulo, SP - Brasil - 05308-000
T: +55 11 3839-5400

FINK - BRASÍLIA

Brasília + Midwest region

STRC Trecho 1, conj. A, Lote 7
Zona Industrial (Guará)
Brasília – DF - Brasil - 71225-511
T: +55 61 3046-9750

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There’s literally no bad time to visit Lima, whatever the time of the year. Capital of Peru since the Peruvian War of Independence in 1821, the city’s main feature is the good weather, and the absence – practically throughout the whole year – of rain, which, together with mild temperatures (rarely above 30⁰C or below 10⁰C) make tours pleasant in any of the four seasons. This is because Lima has high levels of air humidity, besides low atmospheric precipitation, added to a privileged situation: in the middle of the Peruvian coastline and with a view of the Pacific Ocean.

Frontiers can be considered points of division or of union between territories. In the case of the line between Brazil and Paraguay, there’s no doubt that it unites the two countries much more than it divides them. This is because, lately, over 70% of the industries installed in Paraguay are of Brazilian nationality, according to information from the Brazilian embassy in the neighboring country.

The Qatar Tourism Authority has strong claims for publicizing the wonders of the country and encouraging the arrival of foreigners. This is due to participating as a guest in the Copa America, hosting the next two finals of the Interclub World Championship (2019 and 2020), and being the host country for the FIFA World Cup in 2022 – the first Middle Eastern nation to receive the greatest sports event on the planet. Situated in Western Asia, on the Arabian Peninsula, Qatar is one of the richest countries in the world. Its official language is Arabic, while English is also frequently spoken, since the country receives investors from all over the world. With an area of only 11,610 km2, its population (2,743,901 inhabitants) is equal to that of Mato Grosso do Sul, in Brazil.

A paradise in Latin America. Quite the opposite to the rise in violence in several countries in the American continent, such as Brazil, Costa Rica is a reference in security. Especially its capital, San José, which has one of the best quality-of-life indices, thanks to the public security conducted by the San José Police Department and the Public Force of Costa Rica, organs that have received over US$150 million in investments for the implantation of improvements in the security sector, besides a large donation from the Chinese government, which provided 150 patrols for the city. All of this to reduce the criminality rate, to allow citizens and tourists to walk safely in the streets of San José.

Founded in the 15th century, Mexico City, the oldest metropolis in the Americas, has undergone many transformations throughout the centuries. From capital of the Aztec Empire to capital of Mexico, from Mexico Tenochtitlán to its contemporary name, it was colonized and destroyed by the Spaniards in 1524, was rebuilt according to the standards of the European explorers, and was finally freed by the Mexican Revolution and reached incredible numbers. Even with so many transformations, Mexico City is still the country’s most developed urban center, its political, economic and cultural reference, and one of the most important cities in North America. Currently, it’s considered a global alpha city, that is, a strategic territory for the functioning of the global financial and commercial system.

FINK - RIO DE JANEIRO

Rio de Janeiro/Southeast + North and Northeast region

Estrada dos Bandeirantes, 2.856 - Jacarepaguá
Rio de Janeiro (RJ) - Brasil - 22775-110
T: +55 21 3410-9700 / 3342-9380

NATIONAL MOVES

T +55 21 3410-9704
C +55 21 97100-1960

INTERNATIONAL MOVES

T +55 21 3410-9704
C +55 21 97100-1960

RELOCATION

T +55 21 3410-9742
C +55 21 97100-1960

FINE ARTS, FAIRS & EVENTS

T +55 21 3410-9737
C +55 21 98236-0130

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C + 55 21 96407-6502

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C +55 21 97100-1960

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FINK - SÃO PAULO

São Paulo + South region

Av. Cardeal Santiago Luiz Copello 81 - Vila Leopoldina
São Paulo SP - Brasil - 05308-000
T: +55 11 3839 5400

NATIONAL MOVES

T +55 11 3839-5423
C +55 11 99496-9660

INTERNATIONAL MOVES

T +55 11 3839-5403
C +55 11 99496-9660

RELOCATION

T +55 11 3839-5401
C +55 11 99497-1498

FINE ARTS, FAIRS & EVENTS

T +55 11 3839-5418
C +55 11 96579-5791

OPERATIONS

T +55 11 3839-5409
C +55 11 96910-6021

SimpliFINK

T +55 11 3839-5403
C +55 11 96575-7031

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FINK - BRASÍLIA

Brasília + Midwest region

STRC Trecho 1, conj. A, Lote 7
Zona Industrial (Guará)
Brasília – DF - Brasil - 71225-511
T: +55 61 3046 9750

NATIONAL MOVES

T +55 61 3046-9758
C +55 61 99953-9073

INTERNATIONAL MOVES

T +55 61 3046-9752
C +55 61 99976-7386

RELOCATION

T +55 61 3046-9762
C +55 61 99616-1378

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T +55 61 3046-9758
C +55 61 99953-9073

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T +55 61 3046-9750
C +55 61 99942-0643

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T +55 61 3046-9758
C +55 61 99953-9073

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