WHO
WE ARE

Index-IBL began in 2004, in the area of lumber export from Brazil to various countries in the furniture and civil construction industries; after identifying the opportunity of offering the international market – more than good products – qualified services in order to guarantee the negotiation process and wholly satisfy all parties involved.

Since then, the Company has been expanding in its purpose of searching, worldwide, for buyers for those who wish to sell and sellers for those who wish to buy quality-assured products, in all business segments.

Index-IBL has its offices in Curitiba, the capital of the state of Paraná, in the southern region of Brazil.

How to get there

TWO OUTSTANDING
POINTS

In 2010, the Company became the South American sourcing office of the second largest worldwide retailer of construction materials and home products (Home Improvement): Lowe’s, with more than 1,800 stores in the United States, Canada and Mexico.

VISIT

In 2007, Index-IBL became the sourcing office of the Kingfisher Group in Latin America, providing world-class products to more than 1,100 stores in chains such as B&Q, Castorama, BricoDépôt, Screwfix and Koçtas, distributed in 10 countries in Europe.
SUSTAINABILITY

Sustainability to Index-IBL is an ample concept. It refers to the balance of ecological, political, socio-economic and cultural conditions, capable of stimulating productive activity, preserving natural resources and providing people with quality of life.

In this sense, Index-IBL contributes to sustainability in all the business it conducts, for it makes a point of working with like-minded companies, who are formally constituted, socially and environmentally responsible, and who associate respectfully with suppliers, staff and customers.

POINT OF HONOUR
OUR BUSINESS
CONTACT US
Avenue Marechal Floriano Peixoto, 306 – room 137
Curitiba - Paraná - Brazil


Phone: +55 41 3233-4664
contact@index-ibl.com
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