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|Traded as||BM&F Bovespa: FIBR3
|Headquarters||São Paulo, Brazil|
|Key people||Marcelo Strufaldi Castelli, (CEO)|
|Revenue||US$ 3.0 billion (2012)|
|Net income||- US$ 340.6 million (2012)|
Fibria Celulose is a Brazilian pulp and paper company created by a merger between Aracruz and VCP, born positioned as a global leader in pulp, with production capacity exceeding 6 million tons of pulp and paper produced in 7 factories distributed in 5 Brazilian states. Much of this production is exported. The company has many distributor centers around the world and 5 offices in your the main consumers markets, they are: São Paulo (Headquarters), Beijing, Csomád - Hungary, Hong Kong, Miami and Nyon, Switzerland.
Fibria participates in one joint-venture in Brazil, Veracel is the company which shares with Finnish Stora Enso
Fibria will be able to produce additional 6.7 million tons of pulp and paper per year, when expansion projects planned before the merge, are accomplished. The company is the largest pulp company in the world and its main competitors is the Brazilian Suzano Papel e Celulose and the Chilean CMPC.
- "VCP e Aracruz formam maior empresa do mundo em celulose". Invertia. Sep 1, 2009. Retrieved Oct 21, 2009.