Dr. Carlos Alberto de Oliveira Andrade, who founded CAOA after acquiring a bankrupt Ford dealership in 1979, already experienced success within the first six years and throughout the 1980s to the early 2000s. Some of his recent recognitions include ones given after 2006.
When Dr. Oliver first began his automotive career, he built what became the largest Ford dealership in Latin America. Since then, he gained popularity as his company not only increased Renault vehicle sales but also boosted Subaru and Hyundai revenues. As of 2006, CAOA still held the position as the largest Latin American Ford dealership. This automotive group also still continued practice as the exclusive importer and distributer of both Subaru and Hyundai vehicles in Brazil.
Then, this company built the first Hyundai plant after which Dr. Carlos received the ‘Entrepreneur of the Year in the Industry’ honor by Isto É Dinheiro Magazine in 2007. In 2010, the Brazilian factory that was built in the Anapolis business district received recognition by the same magazine that honored Dr. Dr. Carlos Alberto de Oliveira Andrade three years before this.
Isto É Dinheiro Magazine gave the Brazilian Hyundai plant the title of “Empresa do Bem” that came about after this factory’s decision to participate in vehicle production waste reuse practices. This magazine honor also arose after this plant became active in Midwest region reforestation efforts.
In addition, the Anapolis company received recognition from the Carta Capital charter as the “Most Admired” for three consecutive years. By 2015, the CAOA became known for it’s role in improving energy efficiency in its vehicles.
As of 2017, CAOA has also been reported as noted for its “solidity” and “highly trained team of employees.” In addition, this company has received recognition as one with “a high level of quality” of customer service and has been called ‘Distributor of the Year’ at least once by the South Korea Hyundai Motor Company.
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