Dr. Carlos is a Brazilian businessman who is known to be the founder of an automotive assembly plant in Anápolis city by the name CAOA which is present in all regions of Brazil generating various brands of cars. His company has managed to sell over a million vehicles in the market of the Brazilian’s in approximately four decades emerging as the most mickle manufacturing and distributor conglomerate in American Latin. However, in trying to reveal the truth about his abilities in the automotive industry, journalist Feldman has been at the forefront in speaking about the businessman.
The journalist has been an expert in motor racing and vehicles as from the year 1996 as well as hosting a car radio show famously known as the “Car Talk” over Brazilian radio stations. Through his Tv program, he interviewed businessman via the Car Talk portal platform whereby in 2012 the article was published with Dr. Carlos featuring as the main interviewee. The article’s prime focus was meant to address the impacts of the businessman in the automotive industry which reiterated that there was no entrepreneur with sufficient controversy as Dr. Carlos.
During one of the interviews hosted by Feldman, Dr. Carlos was questioned about his series of thoughts whereby the important feedback was that CAOA managed to model an agency situated in Italy which generates smooth and new body for the model Tucson. Furthermore, he was trying to create bridges with Fiat to give them a national engine meant to be used in equipping the new cars. His basis is known to involve taking a page from the playbook of Korea and using the idea in it to generate his vehicles.
Dr. Carlos Alberto de Oliveira Andrade as per the journalist is prowess in the generation of a dealership network, after sales services, assembly line as well as the specialist in dealing with spare parts. The journalist reiterated that the entrepreneur also represents diversified brands including American Ford, Japanese Subaru, Korean Hyundai, and French Renault. It can be concluded that Dr. Carlos is the heart of the Brazilian automotive industry.