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Cosan Logistica SA to propose capital increase in amount of 580.0 mln Brazilian reais
Cosan Logistica SA appoints new CEO and CFO
Cosan Logistica SA announces dividend payment date
Cosan Logistica SA, also known as Cosan, is a Brazil-based company engaged in the rail transport business sector. The Company's portfolio includes businesses in logistics, distribution of gas and fuels, energy cogeneration, production of sugar and ethanol, production and distribution of lubricants and base oils, and land management. The Company offers freight trucks transporting cargo at the clients' plants, owns plants producing sugar, ethanol and electricity from biomass, which is sold via the sea freight. Sugar and ethanol for exportation reach port terminals by trucks, pipes and railway. Cosan has numerous subsidiaries from contracts with the Brazilian National Development Bank (BNDES).
Avenida Brigadeiro Faria Lima, 4.100
Rubens Ometto Silveira Mello
Chairman of the Board
Marcos Marinho Lutz
Chief Executive Officer, Vice Chairman of the Board
Marcelo Eduardo Martins
Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Board, Investor Relations Officer
Marcelo de Souza Scarcela Portela
Chief Legal Officer, Director
Burkhard Otto Cordes
Member of the Board of Directors
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Shares in Brazil's Cosan Logística SA surged 13 percent on Wednesday after parent company Cosan SA Indústria e Comércio said it is studying the incorporation of its logistics subsidiary.
Brazilian energy and logistic company Cosan SA Indústria e Comércio said on Wednesday in a securities filing that it is studying the incorporation of Cosan Logistica SA.
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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