Alpargatas (ALPA3)

Owner of the Havaianas, Osklen, and Dupé brands, Alpargatas was founded in 1907 in Brazil and expanded its business worldwide since then, either by physical stores or by sales through digital channels. Currently employs more than 18 thousand professionals. Its social branch is the Alpargatas Institute, which performs educational and sporting initiatives that have benefitted thousands of children and teenagers through programs of Education through Sports, Education through Culture, and Corporate Volunteering.

 

Banco PAN (BPAN4)

One of the major Brazilian banks, jointly controlled by BTG Pactual bank and CAIXAPAR. With 2,434 employees, it has a net worth of R$ 5.1 billion and acts with a focus on individuals (classes CDE), offering consigned credit (loans and credit cards), financing of used vehicles and new motorcycles, in addition to totally digital bank accounts, credit cards and sale of insurance products. PAN manages a portfolio of 5.7 thousand customers and is present throughout the country, operating with a network of 14 thousand partner stores and concessionaires, more than 700 correspondent banking relationships, besides 60 of its own service points and 41 digital partnerships.

 

Terra Santa Agro (TSA3)

It focuses on the agricultural production of three commodities: soy, cotton, and corn. It is one of the most efficient companies in its area, ranking as the fifth-highest agricultural producer in Brazil. Terra Santa Agro has 1,500 employees, seven production units, nine warehouses, and three cotton gins owned by itself, all located in Mato Grosso. Its mission is to innovate the management of national agricultural production, focusing on a solid organizational culture.

 

Gerdau (GOAU 3)

Metalúrgica Gerdau S.A. holds a controlling interest in Gerdau S.A., the largest Brazilian steel producer and one of the main suppliers of long steel in the Americas and specialty steel in the world. In Brazil, Gerdau S.A. also produces flat steel and iron ore, which are activities that expand the mix of products offered to the market and the competitiveness of operations. In addition, Gerdau S.A. is the largest recycler in Latin America. It annually transforms millions of tons of scrap into steel globally, reinforcing its commitment to the sustainable development of the regions where it operates. The shares of the Gerdau companies are listed on the São Paulo (B3), New York (NYSE), and Madrid (Latibex) stock exchanges.

 

Paranapanema (PMAM3)

Operates in the casting and refinement of primary copper and the production of semi-manufactured goods made of copper and its alloys. It is the only company to turn mineral copper into metal in Brazil. The company’s activities represents a significant portion of the copper industrial chain, going as far as the manufacturing and sale of products and coproducts, like rebars, drawn wires, laminated goods, bars, pipes, fittings, and so on. With more than 2 thousand employees, it has three manufacturing units: In Dias d’Ávila (BA), Santo André (SP) and Serra (ES).

 

Bombril (BOBR4)

With more than 70 years of activity in the hygiene and cleaning industry, it owns the brands Bom Bril, Brillo, Força Azul, Kalipto, Limpex, Limpol, Mon Bijou, Pinho Bril, Polibril, Prá-Lixo, Q’Brilho, Q’Lustro, Remobril, Sapólio Radium and Vantage. It turned its major product, the steel wool, into a synonym for its category and absolute leader in the Brazilian market. With more than 2,400 employees spread over three factories located in São Bernardo do Campo (SP), Abreu e Lima (PE), and Sete Lagoas (MG), the company is present in practically 100% of Brazilian households. It is a solid and reliable brand that aims to grow with a focus in the future in a sustainable manner and jointly working with partners and employees.