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Sociedade Anônima
Traded as BM&F BovespaCCRO3
Industry Transportation
Founded 1945
Headquarters São Paulo, Brazil
Key people
Ana Maria Marcondes Penido Sant’anna, (Chairwoman)
Renato Alves Vale, (CEO)
Products Administration of highways
Metro system
Airport operation
Vehicle inspection,
Revenue Increase US$ 3.0  billion (2016)
Increase US$ 522.0  million (2016)
Number of employees

CCR, formerly Companhia de Concessões Rodoviárias, is a transportation company with interests in private interstate highway concessions, airport operations, metro system in Brazil and other countries. The Company controls 9 subsidiary concession holders, through which it works a public-private business model for the operation of toll-roads, aiming to centralize the management of a portfolio of toll concessions and service companies.

The Company operates approximately 3.000 kilometers of toll-roads. Its portfolio includes six toll concessions: AutoBAn, NovaDutra, Ponte Rio-Niteroi, Rodonorte, ViaOeste and Via Lagos. CCR is owned by, Camargo Corrêa (17.00%), Andrade Gutierrez (17.00%) and Soares Penido (17.22%) and Free Float (48.78%). The Company's centralized services are Actua, Engelog, Parques Servicios and STP offering administrative centers, logistics and engineering, traffic control and monitoring, and electronic toll-charging systems, respectively.

Currently the company is the largest highways operator in Latin America and through its subsidiary ViaQuatro operates the Line 4 -Yellow of São Paulo metro and the Salvador Metro. The company operates the Belo Horizonte International Airport, Quito International Airport, the San José International Airport in Costa Rica and Curaçao International Airport. Also operates the vehicle inspection company Controlar. The CCR's main competitors are Ecorodovias, Triunfo and Arteris.

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