Eldorado Brasil receives the More Integrity Seal from the Ministry of Agriculture

Eldorado Brasil Celulose, a global benchmark in sustainability and efficiency in the sector, was recognized with the More Integrity Seal, granted by the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (Mapa), for its good practices in ESG and business ethics. This is a significant milestone for the company, highlighting its commitment to integrity and best compliance practices.

“Winning the seal means that we meet the rigorous evaluation assumptions of the Management Committee, demonstrating the seriousness of our way of doing business and the transparency of our activities,” says André Tourinho, head of Compliance at Eldorado Brasil. “Over the years, we have advanced, accumulating successive records in production, competitiveness, investments and environmental control, and the ethics and conduct that have brought us to the current level will continue to permeate our steps in the future.”

In the company, the Compliance Program is the flagship to disseminate values, a culture of ethics, integrity and compliance, as well as to prevent, detect and correct any irregularities that may occur in the midst of business activities. Eldorado Brasil also promotes regular training for its employees and has the Ethics Multipliers program, currently formed by 54 elected employees from the most diverse areas who are dedicated to disseminating good practices and conduct.

The company’s commitments are reinforced through participation in important movements. It is a signatory to the UN Global Compact, the Business Compact for Integrity and Against Corruption and the Business Movement for Integrity and Transparency, both initiatives of the Ethos Institute, in addition to the Agrointegral Registry, another initiative of the Ministry of Agriculture.

Thus, the recognition demonstrates that Eldorado Brasil is on the right track to promote a sustainable and ethical business environment. “Transparency and accountability are more than an obligation, they are the only way to build a lasting and trusting relationship with our stakeholders. Therefore, the seal goes beyond our operations, also benefiting investors, suppliers, employees and the communities where we operate,” says Tourinho.

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