Quality Analyst Senior - Quality Engineering
São Paulo Area, Brazil
Nelson Nunes currently works at Whirlpool Eletrodoméstico AM SA / Whirlpool SA (Whirlpool Latin America) Nelson studied at UNIA Centro Universitário Santo André and Nelson is located at São Paulo Area, Brazil.
Analista de Qualidade SR at Whirlpool Eletrodoméstico AM SA / Whirlpool SA (Whirlpool Latin America)
Whirlpool Eletrodoméstico AM SA (Whirlpool Latin America), Brastemp da Amazônia SA (Whirlpool Latin America), Brastemp da Amazônia SA (Whirlpool Latin America), Multibras SA ( Whirlpool Latin America ), Brastemp SA / Multibras SA (Whirlpool Latin America), Brastemp SA (Whirlpool Latin America), Brastemp SA (Whirlpool Latin America), Brastemp SA (Whirlpool Latin America), Brastemp SA (Whirlpool Latin America)
Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.), Administração de Empresas@UNIA Centro Universitário Santo André
The consumer goods industry is a category of companies that relate to items purchased by individuals rather than by manufacturers and industries. This sector includes companies involved with food production, packaged goods, clothing, beverages, automobiles and electronics. Durable goods are consumer goods that have a long life span and are used over time. The life span is typically three years or more. Examples include bicycles and refrigerators. Nondurable goods are consumed in less than three years and have short life spans.
Nestlé SA, Unilever PLC, PepsiCo, Inc., The Coca-Cola Company, Colgate-Palmolive Company
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