K2 Systems now have a presence in Brazil

17.04.2018

The company has opened another location and is serving the high demand on the South American continent with the new sales office in São Paulo. The current photovoltaic market study conducted by Greener provided concrete figures that distinguished K2 Systems as the most popular brand in Brazil.

1st place in the current study conducted by Greener

The complete study can be found online

The “Solar Photovoltaic Market” study published in January 2018 examined the Brazilian solar market and the solar modules, inverters and mounting systems used.

Sales office opened in São Paulo

The sales office in the Brazilian city is now K2 System's seventh foreign location and confirms the growth path of the German company.

Hanns Martin Drope who has been working for K2 Systems since the start of the year is responsible for Latin America and manager of the new location. Mr Drope has many years of experience in the Brazilian solar industry and a strong network because he was responsible for the Latin American region at REFU Elektronik and was previously manager of the solar division at Fronius Brazil.

Dates for product training will be presented shortly and of course the company is also exhibiting at the upcoming Intersolar South America (stand number: G22). The K2 website is now available in Portuguese.

Source: K2 Systems

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