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Board Of Brazil's SLC Agricola Proposes Share Split - One Common Share To Be Split In Two- Filing
Verde reduces its stake in SLC Agricola SA to 4.6 pct
SLC Agricola SA approves mergers in the framework of ongoing reorganization
SLC Agricola SA is a Brazil-based company principally engaged in agricultural sector. The Company is active in the in the whole agricultural production cycle, which includes planning, purchasing supplies, soil preparation, planting and harvesting, as well as processing and storage, among others. The Company's activities are divided into two business segments: Agricultural production and Land portfolio. The Agricultural production division focuses on developing plantations of various crops, such as cotton, soybean, corn, wheat, coffee, sorghum, sugarcane and sunflower. The Land portfolio division is responsible for the acquisition and development of land for agriculture. The Company operates through a number of subsidiaries, such as Fazenda Planorte Empreendimentos Agricolas Ltda, SLC-MIT Empreendimentos Agricolas SA and Fazenda Parnaiba Empreendimentos Agricolas Ltda. It is controlled by SLC Participacoes SA.
Rua Bernardo Pires, 128
Eduardo Silva Logemann
Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Jorge Luiz Silva Logemann
Vice Chairman of the Board
Ivo Marcon Brum
Chief Financial Officer, Investor Relations Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Aldo Roberto Tisott
Chief Sales Officer, Member of the Executive Board
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Brazil, which accounts for some 7 percent of the world's grain output, has potential to expand arable land for agriculture on an estimated 43 million hectares in the vast central Cerrado region, a grain producing company said on Wednesday.
Brazil has potential to expand agricultural production on an estimated 43 million hectares of land in the Cerrado region, Aurélio Pavinato, chief executive of listed Brazilian grain producer SLC Agrícola SA, said on Wednesday.
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