International mobility specialist G-Inter has announced major changes to its operations in the United States and Brazil.
The company has achieved considerable success in serving clients and agents in both countries but has now decided to reorganise the business to focus more sharply on each individual market.
In the United States, the company will operate as Formula Global Mobility under the leadership of Robson Granero. Robson and his family have relocated to Miami and he has built a solid team and nationwide network of service providers. The new company will serve the international freight forwarding and move management needs of relocation management companies, corporate clients, consumers and worldwide agents from the United States. Formula Global Mobility has also established Granero Moving, a full-service moving company serving the South Florida market providing local and interstate moving together with origin and destination services on behalf of Formula. Formula Global Mobility will continue to be a member of the FIDI Global Alliance, LACMA (Latin American and Caribbean International Movers Association), PAIMA (Pan American International Movers Association) and IAM (International Association of Movers).
In Brazil, G-Inter will be under the leadership of Emerson Granero, who has more than 20 years’ experience in the local industry and will be supported by the same professional team. Marcio Robalo will manage agent relationships and Roberto Leite will continue his sales role in Brazil.
G-Inter will widen its focus on the same local market that helped the company become one of the largest moving companies in Brazil and Latin America. The company says it will continue to provide the same level of quality service to corporate clients, consumers and agents in Brazil and will also maintain separate membership of FIDI, OMNI (Overseas Moving Network International), LACMA, PAIMA and IAM.
Both Formula Global Mobility and G-Inter Brazil will continue to work together under a close trading relationship.
Patrick Ohara, who has been with the company for more than ten years and supported the transition to its new structure, will leave on 31 May, 2020. CEOs Robson Granero and Emerson Granero wish to thank Patrick for his service and commitment during his time with G-Inter.
Photo: Robson Granero