Global aerosol dispensing company, LINDAL Group has held a ground-breaking ceremony marking the start of construction for its $25m landmark facility in Brazil, a project which represents the company’s largest investment to date. Work began at the Industrial Park in Jundiai, SÃo Paulo where a formal gathering was attended by Mayor of Jundiai, Luiz Fernando Machado, and LINDAL representatives, including; CEO Francois-Xavier Gilbert, and Managing Director of LINDAL Brazil, Moacir Camargo.
Brazil is the world’s largest soybean producer and exporter. According to agricultural consultancy AgRural, Brazil’s soybean harvest reached 21% of the projected area of 36.4 million ha in the 2019-20 crop year (September-August) as of February 13, up 5 percentage points week on week on favorable weather in the key producing states of Mato Grosso, Goias and Mato Grosso do Sul.
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – According to reports in the NSC Total column, the Minister of Science, Technology, Innovation and Communications, Marcos Pontes, is negotiating with federal Deputy Daniel Freitas the installation of a Tesla plant in Brazil.
A thermoelectric power plant fed by pig excrement is providing electricity to 62 of the 71 public buildings of Entre Rios do Oeste, a town in southern state of Paraná. Pig excrement had become an environmental threat, but the installation in 2006 of a biodigester, an airtight container […]
Capital outflows from Brazilian asset markets and the real’s slide to new all-time lows against the U.S. dollar pose little threat to Brazil’s sovereign credit profile, ratings agency Moody’s said on Monday. Moody’s has a Ba2 rating on Brazil, with a stable outlook. Source: Reuters
Fomenting biogas production among agricultural producers may seem at first glance to be a distraction from the purpose of Itaipu – the world’s second largest hydroelectric power plant shared by Brazil and Paraguay – but in fact it is part of their energy business strategy. The efficiency of Itaipu has been proven by the record amount of electricity generated: 103 million megawatts/hour in 2016, which exceeds the best performance of China’s Three Gorges power plant, whose installed capacity is 60.7 percent higher.
The heavy downpour that struck São Paulo from late afternoon on Sunday, February 9th, has caused destruction and chaos during the day. The storm caused rivers to overflow, dozens of floods, landslides and brought the city to a halt. The water level only began to lower in the early […]
The number of lines at MVNOs in Brazil grew 128 percent per year, on average, in the last three years, reaching 1.2 million in 2019. M2M terminals accounted for 80 percent of the total. According to data published by Teleco, Brazil has 24 MVNOs, of which eight are authorized. Of note, Arquia (Datora), Safra and Surf Telecom are the largest, and also operating are America Net and Vecto.
An international group of 30 non-profit groups, including Global Witness, Rainforest Action and Greenpeace Brasil, published an open letter on Wednesday warning investors considering buying shares in two Brazilian meat giants of their exposure to deforestation. Shares held by the Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES) in JBS and Marfrig – two of the world’s biggest meat companies – will go on sale next year.
The Amazon biome is 84% intact. Despite having peaked after 2012, deforestation rates fell by 72 per cent over the last 15 years. More recently, Brazil has regenerated in the Amazon alone an area larger than Scotland and replanted forests covering an area the size of Wales. Brazil is on track to meet its Paris Agreement nationally determined contribution (NDC).