Suzano Papel e Celulose

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Suzano Papel e Celulose
Type Sociedade Anônima
Traded as BM&F BovespaSUZB5, SUZB6
Industry Pulp and Paper
Founded 1941
Headquarters Salvador, Brazil
Key people David Feffer, (Chairman)
Walter Schalka, (CEO)
Revenue Increase US$ 2.4 billion (2013)[1]
Net income Decrease - US$ 93.2 million (2013) [2]
Employees 4,352
Website www.suzano.com.br

Suzano Papel e Celulose is a Brazilian company of pulp and paper with presence in over 80 countries and offices in Buenos Aires, Fort Lauderdale, London, Shanghai and Signy and is one of the largest in its sector in the world.

The company is a leader in the paperboard market in Latin America. It is among the 10 largest producers of market pulp and the largest producer of eucalyptus pulp in the world. This achievement was possible thanks to the growth cycle completed in 2007, which paved the way for increased production capacity. In 2008 saw a record volume of 2.7 million tonnes of paper production and pulp and 2.5 million tons of paper sales and market pulp, 29% above the previous year.

Suzano has five industrial units, are located in the States of Bahia and São Paulo. In Mucuri, south of Bahia, is its largest unit integrated pulp and paper. Three factories are located in Suzano, Rio Verde and Embu, in the state of São Paulo. Conpacel (São Paulo Consortium of Pulp and Paper) a joint-venture with Fibria is located in Americana, São Paulo. The company is listed on the São Paulo Stock Exchange.

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