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Who We Are
Raízen is founded on the Joint Venture (JV) between Shell and Cosan. In the same year, we earned the Bonsucro certification.
Strengthening and expansion of The Raízen Foundation.
In that year, we reached the highest investment grades from Fitch, S & P, and Moody's.
Creation of JV Raízen MIME strengthen presence in southern Brazil.
Inauguration of the 1st ethanol pipeline exclusively for ethanol transport.
First issue of Raízen Energia's debentures in the market.
Inauguration of the Porto Nacional terminal.
Historical issue of CRA (agribusiness bonds).
Sugar exporting record.
Inauguration of the 2nd-generation ethanol plant.
Inauguration of the Rondonópolis MT terminal.
Market share of fuels reaches historic mark of 27.4%.
Inauguration of the Marabá PA terminal.
First issue of bonds in the international market.
Purchase of Shell assets in Argentina.
Inauguration of our first solar power plant, in Piracicaba, in the state of São Paulo, Brazil.
Creation of the Grupo Nós joint venture with Femsa to expand the business in the proximity and convenience segments throughout Brazil.
Inauguration of the São Luís Terminal, in the state of Maranhão, Brazil.
Inauguration of our first biogas plant, in Guariba, in the state of São Paulo, Brazil.
Launch of our 2030 commitments, in line with 16 of the 17 UN SDGs.
Inauguration of the fuel distribution base in Miritituba, in the state of Pará, Brazil.
Conclusion of the acquisition of Biosev.
Raízen initial public offering on B3 (Brazilian stock exchange).
billion in revenues
billion of EBITDA
4th largest company
by revenue in Brazil
fuel distribution company in Brazil
26 production units
of sugar, ethanol and bioenergy + 2G ethanol plant + 1 refinery
870 thousand hectares
of cultivated agricultural land
fuel distribution terminals
airport refueling sites
More than 7,300
gas stations in Brazil and Argentina
More than 1,600
convenience stores in Brazil and Argentina
More than 4,000
liters of fuel traded
liters of ethanol production
tons of sugar production
18.6 TWh of
and 4 million people impacted by Raízen Foundation action
More than 30 thousand