The Colnaghi Foundation seeks to improve the quality of life and provide quality education for children in Penápolis. Through art education, the institution reinforced the emotional and cognitive development of its students, and taught them from an early age to be environmentally responsible.
The construction of the new Bonolat factory in Penápolis is on full swing! The extension of the highway that gives access to the dairy industry is already under construction: after clearing and clearing vegetation, the team of the city’s Municipal Works and Services Department began building gutters, paving and installing the lighting of the roundabout that was named after the factory.
Bonolat assumed a project in partnership with the company CIA do Leite: o Mais Leite Saudável. The goal is to encourage the sector to encourage milk producers to enhance their technique by creating technical assistance projects for their companies.
A great ecumenical celebration marked the 19th anniversary of the Nelly Jorge Colnaghi Foundation, celebrated on 24 May. The event was attended by one of the founders of the institution, Francisco Carlos Jorge Colnaghi, in addition to employees, students and family members.
Everything is ready for GreenPlac’s participation in CASACOR SP, the largest architecture and decoration event in Latin America. The modern MDF panels produced by the company will be present in six different environments of the 33rd edition of the mega event, which occurs between 28 May and 4 August.
The Asperbras Group was in the 26th edition of the Feira Internacional de Tecnologia Agrícola em Ação (International Fair of Agricultural Technology in Action), Agrishow, with two of its brands: Asperbras Rotomoldagem and Asperbras Tubos e Conexões. The largest agribusiness fair in Brazil, the event brings together more than 800 companies from 83 countries. The Group occupied a area of 200 square meters in which it exhibited innovative items, aimed at agribusiness, basic sanitation and the irrigation segment.
GreenPlac participated in two of the largest furniture fairs in the country: FIMMA and Movelpar. The Feira de Móveis do Estado do paraná – Movelpar, in Arapongas (PR), which took place from 18 to 21 March, received 30 thousand visitors from the 26 Brazilian states and the Federal District.
GreenPlac, which has green in its name, was founded with the commitment to be a sustainable business and is in the process of receiving the FSC seal by the Forest Stewardship Council (an independent, nongovernmental, nonprofit organization established to promote responsible forest management around the world).
The group participated in the 7th edition of the Internationals Fair of Wood and Furniture Industry’s Providers, ForMóbile, an important event involving the area, having as its main goals expose its new enterprise’s project.
With a great space inside one of the most important fairs for basic sanitation that happens in Brazil, Asperbras Rotomolding Industry and Asperbras Pipes and Connections, once again, showed why the company is one of the four biggest producers in the country in the segment. On its stand, the Group exposed what’s best on its products, introducing those present on Fenasan 2016 to high quality items for public and private companies.
Asperbras, a company that acts in various areas which include industrial project management, constructions and incorporated real estate and agribusiness, is now concentrated in a project of eucalyptus production to supply the future MDF factory (blocks of medium density wood fiber).
Practically a new neighborhood is being created in Penápolis. Counting with the proper infrastructure, well located and easily accessed, Felisa Portal das Primaveras of Asperbras Entreprises, has lands that varies between 250m² to 370m² and will allow high quality of life to families.
With an expected profit of over R$ 160 millions in 2014, Asperbras is part of the G4 of greatest producers of pipes and connectors for basic sanitary in Brazil. To be part of that group, the company will process more than 30 thousand tons of PVC pipes this year.