Eldorado Brasil Celulose inaugurates Port Terminal at the Port of Santos, in São Paulo

With an investment of R$ 500 million, the site is one of the most modern in the world and increases the competitiveness of Brazilian pulp

Eldorado Brasil, a company controlled by the J&F group, held today (31) the inauguration of its new Port Terminal in the largest Port in Latin America, in Santos, São Paulo. The event was attended by approximately 600 guests, including the shareholders of the J&F group, Joesley and Wesley Batista, as well as authorities such as Márcio França, Minister of Ports and Airports of Brazil, Eduardo Riedel, Governor of Mato Grosso do Sul, and Rogério Santos, Mayor of Santos.

“Like all the companies that are part of the J&F group, Eldorado Brasil is an example in sustainability, innovation and technology. We believe a lot in Brazil, which is why we constantly invest in the country”, declares the President of J&F Investimentos and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Eldorado Brasil, Aguinaldo Filho.

Designed to be one of the most modern port terminals in the world, the project represents an investment of R$ 500 million and has a nominal capacity of 3 million tons of pulp per year, three times more than the company operated at its old terminal in Santos.

With an area of 53 thousand square meters, the construction of the terminal began in January 2022, involving more than 500 people. The terminal has the capacity to store up to 150,000 tons of pulp and holds up to 72 wagons, in addition to enabling the loading of up to two ships simultaneously.

With multimodal operations, pulp will arrive by road and rail, providing the company with a new level of logistics competitiveness. Now, the company has the capacity to receive cargo from both trucks and train trains.

For the President of Eldorado Brasil, Carmine De Siervi, the inauguration of the Port Terminal reflects the company’s ability to always keep its focus on sustainable business growth. “The inauguration of this new terminal is a reflection of our commitment to operational and sustainable excellence and prepares Eldorado for the future, meeting demand in a more agile and efficient way”, he points out. Eldorado Brasil exports pulp to 40 countries.

Eldorado has invested in the automation of logistics systems, further increasing operational safety and efficiency. All loads are monitored from the moment they are loaded at the factory, through systems that use artificial intelligence and real-time geolocation.

“With the entry into operation of this terminal, we contribute to the pulp sector continuing to develop and collaborating so that Brazil remains the most competitive country in the world in this market”, concludes Aguinaldo Filho.

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