Samsung is the clear leader controlling 46% of all smartphones in the Brazilian market. It’s followed by Motorola at 22%, Apple at 14%, LG at 7% and Xiaomi at 5%.
In 2019, Samsung’s subsidiary in Brazil reported a net revenue of approximately 24.55 billion Brazilian reals, up from 20.1 billion reals in 2017.
Energisa net revenue in 2019 was R$ 19.9 billion, 26.0% above that recorded in 2018. EBITDA amounted to R$ 3.5 billion for the year, growth of 31.9% on 2018.
In 2020 the EQUATORIAL (CELPA) made a revenue of $3.22 B a decrease over the years 2019 revenue that were of $3.36 B.
The Grupo Mateus was closed 2019 with 120 stores, 29.000 employees and sales of 9.9 B. It is present in 54 cities at Maranhão, Piauí and Pará.
The EuroChem has shown double-digit sales growth for 7 consecutive years, reaching 2.4 million tons of fertilizers sold in 2019.
EuroChem Group AG, a leading global fertilizer company, reported consolidated annual sales of US$6.2 billion for 2019.
Pague menos drug Retail has 1.220 stores, 5,7% of market share at Brazil (20% at NorthEast) and R$ 6.8 billions of sales.
Founded in 1958 and headquartered in Teresina (PI), Grupo Claudino has annual sales of around R$ 3 billion and is made up of 14 companies, Armazém Paraiba a retail company.
During 2019, ALE Combustíveis S.A. generated a net revenue of R$ 12.9 billion. Swiss Glencore Energy in 2018 announced the acquisition of a 78 % stake in Ale.
After merge with Petrochina and acquisition of facilities of Total like Tecomb and 1,000 gás stations, born Petronac controlled by T.T. Work a branch of BCI Participações SA.
The BCI Brasil China SA is located at Cabo de São Agostinho near SUAPE Industrial and RNEST of Petrobras. They have hundreds of branches in many statea of Brazil that performed imports from China.
In 2019, the net revenue of Braskem S.A. amounted to approximately 13.2 billion U.S. dollars, out of which 74.5 percent originated from operations in Brazil. The Brazilian petrochemical company’s revenue generated in the U.S. and Europe amounted to 2.59 billion dollars that year.
Located in Alagoas, Usina Coruripe is part of the Grupo Tercio Wanderley, still relying on four industrial units. That’s the company producing more sugar and alcohol throughout the North and Northeast Brazil. Together the units produce 20 million bags of sugar and 500 million liters of ethanol.
Usina Coruripe registered BRL 3.04bn net revenue in 2020/21 harvest, up 30.5% over 2019/20.
Braskem has 65% of market share of plastic products (PP, PE, PVC) with 29 Industrial Plants at Brazil and 11 in USA and Europe. Odebrecht (Novonor) has 1/3 of stakes and Petrobras has 1/3.
In 2019, Enel reported a net revenue of 33.7 billion Brazilian reals, making it the largest electricity company in Brazil that year. The private company – which operates in the states of Rio de Janeiro, Ceará, Goiás, São Paulo, and Rio Grande do Sul – is a subsidiary of the Italian Enel group.
In 2019, the Amaggi Group generated a net revenue of approximately 18.8 billion Brazilian reals, ranking amongst the leading companies in the food and beverage sector in Brazil.
Amaggi produced around 1.1 million tonnes of grains and fibers in the 2019/20 harvest, including 564,000 tonnes of soybean, 480,000 tonnes of cotton and 20,000 tonnes of corn. The company has a business relationship base with more than 6,000 farmers. In 2019, it traded 17.6 million tonnes of grain and fiber worldwide.
The Fiat Chrysler Automóveis (FCA) ended 2019 selling 496.663 cars and vans at Brasil, up 14,5% year before. FCA has 14.8% of market share and 4.18 millions of units to Latin America countries.
In 2019, Fiat Chrysler made $551 million in South America as increased sales in Brazil offset declines in other markets, particularly Argentina.
Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) is a large multinational trader and processor of agricultural commodities. ADM owns more than 30 silos in Brazil, as well 13 oilseeds processing plants. It also has operations in eight Brazilian ports.
Revenues of ADM for the fiscal year 2019 were $64.7 billion. ADM has been present in Brazil since 1997, its largest South American operation, totaling around 3,300 employees.
Cargill is one of the largest food industries in Brazil since 1965, and has about 11,000 employees. Cargill was the largest exporter of soybean and corn from Brazil last year, with combined shipments totaling more than 17 million tonnes.
In 2019, Cargill Agrícola S.A., Cargill’s subsidiary in Brazil, generated approximately 49.1 billion Brazilian reals in revenue.
In 2019, the net revenue of Brazilian agricultural cooperative COAMO Agroindustrial Cooperativa amounted to approximately 13.2 billion Brazilian reals.
Founded on 1970, by a group of 79 farmers in Campo Mourão, Midwest Region of the State of Paraná, COAMO currently has 8,095 employees and owns 111 unities spread along 71 counties in the States of Paraná, Santa Catarina and Mato Grosso do Sul, meant to receive the farming production of its more than 29 thousand associates.
In 2019, Bunge Alimentos S.A. reported a net revenue of 37.55 billion Brazilian reals, which shipped almost 15 million tonnes of the two commodities: soybean and corn.
Bunge Ltd. and BP plc announced July 22 the formation of BP Bunge Bioenergia, a 50:50 joint venture bioenergy company in Brazil that will operate 11 sugarcane mills to produce ethanol, sugar and renewable electricity.
In 2019, Petrobras generated some 76.6 billion U.S. dollars of revenue and net income of approximately 10.1 billion U.S. dollars.
Petrobras sold US$16.3 billion in non-core assets. Petrobras’s oil production averaged 2.172 million barrels per day (bpd) in 2019. At the end of 2019, gross debt was US$87 billion, down from US$111 billion at the end of 2018.
The net revenue of fertilizer manufacturer Yara Brasil Fertilizantes amounted to approximately 12.9 billion Brazilian reals in 2019. In 2019, Brazil imported more than US$ 9 billions of fertilizers.