Emma Granada has worked for SteelMaster for 16 years and leads the International Business Division of SteelMaster Structures.
“This consists, among other things, of identifying opportunities to export our structures to other countries, expanding our distribution network abroad, expanding the markets to which we sell, and increasing our presence in Latin America,” said Emma.
In addition to her role in international business development for SteelMaster Estructuras, Emma is the General Manager of the Latin America Department, where she manages sales operations and direct sales strategies. In addition, it is not only involved in Latin American projects, but also works together with SteelMaster’s Commercial Division in projects abroad in countries such as Spain, Romania, Greece, United Kingdom, among others.
Emma was born in Peru, speaks English, Spanish and French, and enjoys interacting with different cultures and clients from around the world. He has a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering and a Master’s degree focused on finance and international business.
“I really enjoy seeing projects come to life from customer concepts,” Emma said. “My favorite projects have to do with providing structures to improve the well-being of people and companies, whether it is providing a safe haven, a new home or a functional warehouse. Many industries also use our buildings to improve their operations and increase their production. Knowing that we can offer our customers a product that will improve their quality of life or that of their business is priceless”.
One of the most memorable projects for her was in 2006 with Minera Gold Fields in Cajamarca, Peru, her homeland. The mine is located on the eastern slope of the western Andes mountain range, between 3,600 and 4,000 meters above sea level. Because SteelMaster structures are comprised of an easy-to-assemble multi-panel system, access to that difficult location was made easier, saving the customer time and money.