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Brazil's Rumo Reports Q2 Net Profit Of 185 Million Reais (Refinitiv Poll 184.5 Million Reais)
Brazil's Rumo projects 2018 EBITDA above 3 billion reais
Moody's downgrades All America Latina Logistica SA's ratings
Rumo SA, formerly ALL America Latina Logistica SA, is a Brazil-based company primarily engaged in the transport and logistics sector. The Company's activities are divided into three business segments: North operations, which includes railway concessions hold by ALL Malha Norte and ALL Malha Paulista; South operations, which comprises railway concessions hold by ALL Malha Sul and ALL Malha Oeste, and Container operations, which focuses on the railway freight transportation of containers. The Company offers transportation of agricultural commodities, fuel and final goods, intermodal freight transport, integrated warehousing services, port operations and handling of merchandises, among others. In addition, it develops logistics projects for newly created businesses in the industrial and agricultural commodities industry.
Rua Emilio Bertolini
100 - Vila Oficinas
Rubens Ometto Silveira Mello
Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Director
Marcos Marinho Lutz
Vice Chairman of the Board
Chief Financial and Investor Relations Officer
Chief Human Resource Officer
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Brazilian logistics company Rumo SA on Thursday won an auction to build and operate a 1,537-kilometer freight railway for 30 years, with a bid of 2.7 billion reais ($694 million), according to the government.
* BRAZIL TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS COMPANY RUMO PROJECTS 2018 EBITDA OF BETWEEN 3.05 BLN REAIS AND 3.25 BLN REAIS, UP FROM 2.76 BLN REAIS IN 2017 -STATEMENT
China Communications Construction Co Ltd and Japan's Mitsubishi Group and Sumitomo Corp are vying for a stake in a railroad owned by Brazil's Rumo SA, a person familiar with the matter told Reuters on Wednesday.
China Communications Construction Co Ltd and Japan's Mitsubishi and Sumitomo Corp are vying for a stake in a railroad owned by Rumo SA, Brazilian newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo reported on Wednesday.
* Through agreement, co will implement trip optimizer on Rumo's locomotive fleet that runs on North and Sao Paulo lines
Brazil logistics operator Rumo SA expects to get a 3.5 billion reais ($1.09 billion) loan from state bank BNDES in coming days, its Chief Executive Julio Fontana said at a press conference on Monday.
Brazilian logistics operator Rumo SA has hired five banks to help underwrite an upcoming share sale, according to a securities filing late on Sunday.
Rumo SA plans to sell as much as 2.63 billion reais ($829 million) in new shares as the Brazilian transportation and logistics company aims to reduce a heavy debt burden.
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