Votorantim Cimentos (VC) has been on the market since 1936. It is one of the 10 main cement producers in the world and the leader in Brazil.
- 34 cement plants
- 22 crushing plants
- 13 mortar units
- 328 concrete centers
- 84 aggregates plants
- 2 lime plants
- 1 clinker plant
- 8 cement plants
- 3 crushing plants
- 65 concrete centers
- 1 mortar unit
- 18 aggregates units
- 3 lime units
- 1 clinker plant
For further information, visit the Votorantim Cimentos site.
Votorantim Metais (VM) was set up in 1996 after the restructuring of the organization´s management model and operates in the zinc, nickel and aluminum markets, along with other metals.
- 4 aluminum operations
- 8 zinc operations
- 3 nickel operations
For further information, visit the Votorantim Metais site.
Votorantim Siderurgia (VS) was created in July 2008 to raise the positioning of the steel business within the organizational structure.
- 5 steel plants
- 1 limestone mine
- 3 iron ore mines
- 16 cutting and folding centers
- 5 metal recycling units
- 1 forestry unit
For further information, visit the Votorantim Siderurgia site.
Votorantim Energia (VE) was founded in 1996 to supply energy to the whole Votorantim Group at a competitive price and provide support for the industrial units under any demand scenario.
- 30 hydroelectric plants (20 own and 10 in consortium)
- 5 co-generation centers
For further information, visit the Votorantim Energia site.
Fibria was created in 2009 from the incorporation of Aracruz by VCP (Votorantim Celulose e Papel) and is the world leader in the hardwood pulp sector.
- 4 pulp plants (3 own and 1 with shared management)
- 970,000 hectares of forested areas
For further information, visit Fibria site.
Citrosuco resulted from the merger between Citrovita and Citrosuco and began operations in July 2012. It is the largest producer of orange juice in the world and accounts for 40% of all Brazil´s production and exports of orange juice.
- 5 plants
- 7 port terminals
- 5 own ships and 1 multi-cargo vessel
- 29 plantations
For further information, visit the Citrosuco site.