FUJIFILM Plans Two Technical Support Centers in Brazil to Serve World Cup Broadcasters

The Optical Devices Division of FUJIFILM North America Corporation has announced that two technical support centers have been setup to provide customer service and support to the company’s broadcast lens customers during the World Cup in Brazil running from June 12 through July 13.

One service center will be located in Rio de Janeiro and the other in Sao Paulo. During the entire World Cup, Fujifilm’s Optical Devices Division will have a engineers available at each technical center to support FUJINON lens customers.  Hours of operation during the matches will be from 9:00 a.m. through 18:00 p.m.

The location and contact information for the Rio de Janeiro technical support center is:

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Rua: Visconde da Graca 43 e 63
Jardim Botanico CEP 22461-010
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Tel: 55-21-2294-9391, 55-21-3874-0146

Additional contact information:

Karla Alvera, cell:55-21-7836-5839, email: [email protected]

Jorge Delgado, cell: 55-21-8133-1533, email: [email protected]

The location and contact information for the Sao Paulo facility is:

Trevisan’s Lens Service
Rua: Brigadeiro Jordao, 113
Ipiranga, Sao Paulo
CEP 04210-000 Brasil
Tel: 55-11-4508-5650

Additional contact information:

Flavia Trevisan, cell: 55-11-8789-2770, email:  [email protected]

Umberto Trevisan, cell: 55-11-7757-9034, email: [email protected]

Ademir Santos, email:  [email protected]

“The World Cup is a crucial event for many of our customers,” says Thom Calabro, director, marketing and product development, FUJIFILM North America Corporation, Optical Devices Division.  “Everything has to work perfectly, and we do everything we can to support them in producing the best possible images. As we did during the Sochi Games inRussia, we’ve established technical service centers staffed by knowledgeable technicians to communicate with our customers directly from the event’s home cities.”

This year marks FUJIFILM’s 80th anniversary, and 40 years for the Optical Devices Division, formerly known as FUJINON, in the U.S.

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