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PROMON/ annual report 2010
PROMON in 2010 / 2
Profile / 8
Governance / 10
Strategy / 12
Promon 50 years / 16
Core beliefs and Reason to exist / 17
businesses
Promon Engenharia / 20
PromonLogicalis Latin America / 26
Trópico / 30
Promon Novos Negócios / 34
associated entities
Fundação Promon de Previdência Social / 38
Instituto de Tecnologia Promon / 40
Instituto Razão Social / 42
Promon PROFESSIONALS — april 2011 / 44
MANAGEMENT TEAM / 46
/ PROMON IN 2010
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The Promon Group closed the year of 2010 with excellent
results. The net operating revenue totaled R$ 1.09 billion,
an increase of 46% over 2009, and net profits reached
R$ 87.2 million, net of the R$ 21.3 million destined for
distribution to the officers and employees as profit sharing.
Profits in 2010 remained on the same level as that of the
preceding year, and were primarily the result of the good
operational performance of all the Group’s businesses.
In the business year, the Group also recorded the positive
effect of nonoperational results in connection with the
transaction carried out with the Logicalis Group in 2008
for the creation of PromonLogicalis Latin America.
This effect, however, was smaller in 2010 than in 2009.
When the overall set of businesses under the
management of the Promon Group is considered, regardless
of the share interest held in each one of them, the gross
revenue reached R$ 1.8 billion in 2010. During the year,
the investments amounted to R$ 65.4 million, a sum
13% higher than that of the preceding year, concentrated
in technological development, training and the development
of new businesses.
Promon S. A . closed the business year with an enviable
balance sheet and financial position, showing high liquidity
and low indebtedness. The shareholders’ equity at the end
of 2010 reached R$ 323.7 million, of which R$ 10.7 million,
corresponding to the obligatory minimum dividends,
have already been deducted. The Group’s workforce at
the end of 2010 totaled more than 1,430 professionals in
Brazil and 270 in other Latin American countries, besides
roughly 90 participants in the trainee program. In relation
to 2009, it represents a 6% growth in the total number
of professionals.
The revenues of Promon Engenharia and PromonLogicalis
recorded an expressive growth in relation to the preceding
year, at 48% and 67% respectively. Trópico’s revenues
grew roughly 9% , a good performance in a period in which
the telecommunications industry showed a reduction on
the order of 9% in its investments. The favorable Brazilian
economic environment, expressed in the evolution of
7.5% of the GNP recorded in 2010, was important for the
achievement of these results. The consistency of the
performance, however, derives from the differentiated
capacity of the Promon Group’s companies in the application
of engineering and technology solutions, in conjunction
with their competence in project management.
Promon Engenharia took advantage of its favorable
positioning in the oil and gas industry, which continues to
present a remarkable strength, due to the investments
ongoing and planned for the coming years. Other markets
in which the company is active, such as steel and fertilizers
have been resuming their investment plans since the
second half of 2010, following their slowdown owing
to the global crisis that arose in 2008. The effects of this
resumption began to appear in the business year, with
the contracting of Promon Engenharia for the development
of initial studies and basic projects for various clients.
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PromonLogicalis, an independent integrator of information
and communication technology solutions in Latin America,
has been continuously expanding its offering and markets
in which it is active. The new demands generated by the
broadband expansion and by the utilization of new forms
of communication by society have given rise to growth
opportunities in the company’s traditional areas of operation,
as well as in specific fields, such as security solutions and
advanced network management services. Its geographical
base of activity was expanded in 2010 to Colombia,
Ecuador and Bolivia, so that the company went on to
operate in nearly all of South America.
Trópico, in turn, went on to incorporate technological
differentials in its solutions and add new functionalities to
its equipment line, in this manner gaining new contracts
among the country’s principal telecommunications operators,
which updated their networks and invested in the offering
of new services. The company also initiated the
consolidation of a new offering: custom-based software
development to address specific needs of corporate clients.
Also very positive were the achievements of Promon
Novos Negócios, a unit created in 2008 to better foster
the organization’s entrepreneurial drive. The P2Brasil
Infraestrutura, the first fund of P2Brasil, an investment
management company formed together with Pátria
Investimentos, had raised funds by the end of the business
year on the order of US$ 850 million. With the funding
process still ongoing, the prospects are that the figure
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of US$ 1 billion will be exceeded. The fund, which in 2010
consolidated its own management team, made its first
investments in the same year in the fields of transportation
and logistics. The funding success is an expression of
the receptivity of the investors, the great majority of which
are foreigners. The investors look with enthusiasm on
the potential of Brazil’s economy and, particularly, the
opportunities derived from the needs of investments in
infrastructure in order to sustain the country’s development.
But the principal attraction of P2Brasil is its proposal to
gather within a managerial company the complementary
experience, credibility and competencies of the Promon
Group and of Pátria Investimentos. Another highlight of the
performance of Promon Novos Negócios during the year
was the creation of Genes, a company focused on investing
in power generation projects, a traditional area in which
Promon Engenharia is active.
Revenue
R$ million
2008 713.3
2009 744.9
2010 1,088.7
Source: Financial statements
Net Income
R$ million
2008 137.8
2009 86.0
2010 87.2
Source: Financial statements
Investments in 2010
Added Value Distribution
total R$ 65.4 million
R$ million
Technological Development
35%
Government
Infrastructure
23%
Employees
New Businesses
20%
Shareholders
Training
22%
Third Parties
Withheld
2008
2009
2010
Source: Financial Reports
518.6
482.2
565.1
Source: Financial statements
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Profile
The Promon Group is controlled by Promon S. A ., its holding
company, in which is situated the organization’s executive
and strategic coordination. Its only stockholders are
professionals formally connected with the organization.
Democratic, transparent and participative, more than a legal
structure, Promon’s ownership model is the economic
expression of the organization’s ideals and values. Through
the voluntary adherence to the model, the professional
strengthens the degree of his or her sharing in the wealth
created and participation in the life of the company.
Promon Engenharia Ltda., PromonLogicalis Latin
America Limited, Trópico Sistemas e Telecomunicações
S . A . and Promon Novos Negócios comprise the set
of companies through which the organization’s principal
businesses are developed, acting with managerial
independence, but always aligned with the general strategy,
policies and guidelines established by the Group.
A wholly-owned subsidiary of Promon S. A ., Promon
Engenharia is active in the engineering market, focusing on
the strategic industries of Oil and Gas, Mining and Metals,
Power, Chemicals and Petrochemicals, and the Environment.
PromonLogicalis Latin America Limited, a joint venture
between the British company Logicalis Group Limited
and Promon S. A ., is dedicated to systems integration for
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the information and communication technology market,
operating in Latin America. Promon, which owns 30% of the
company’s equity, is fully responsible for its management.
Trópico, a joint venture between Promon S. A ., which
holds 60% of its equity, the Fundação CPqD (30%) and
Cisco Systems (10%), operates in the development of
software and hardware for the telecommunications market.
The mission of Promon Novos Negócios is to
develop in a structured and consistent manner the Group’s
entrepreneurial drive, based on the organization’s
competencies and relationship networks, in order to
stimulate the development of new businesses in sectors
connected with infrastructure. P2 Gestão de Recursos Ltda.
(P2Brasil) is a joint venture between Promon and Pátria
Investimentos, oriented toward the management of
investment funds in these sectors. Genes — Geração
de Energia Sustentável S. A . is a company dedicated to the
development of enterprises focused on the generation
of sustainable energy.
The organization’s structure includes the Fundação
Promon de Previdência Social, the Instituto de Tecnologia
Promon and the Instituto Razão Social, the latter maintained
jointly with Gerdau and relying on the technological
partnership of IBM Brasil.
THE PROMON GROUP
Employee Shareholders
promon s.a.
fundação promon
de previdência social
instituto de
tecnologia promon
instituto
razão social
associated entities
promonlogicalis
latin america ltd.
30%
promon engenharia ltda.
100%
trópico sistemas
e telecomunicações s.a.
60%
promon novos negócios
100%
p2 brasil
40%
genes s.a.
100%
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Governance
Adhering to an already sanctioned renewal process, which
covers all the organization’s fundamental aspects, in
April 2010 the new composition of the Board of Directors
and of the Executive Committee of Promon S. A ., the
Group’s holding company, was established for the term
of 2010 to 2013.
The Board of Directors, the company’s highest
administrative instance, was defined according to a voting
process among the roughly 1,100 shareholder professionals,
who manifested in an expressive manner their confidence
in the six names proposed to form the Board. Luiz Ernesto
Gemignani was reelected Chairman of the Board of
Directors, after having served three terms as the Group’s
principal executive officer. The other members of the
Board are Gilson G. Krause, Luiz Fernando T. Rudge,
Luiz Gonzaga Marinho Brandão, Raul Antonio Del Fiol
and José Guimarães Monforte. The first four professionals
are thoroughly conversant with the organization. Monforte,
a professional with recognized experience, is an
independent member of the Board, in yet an additional
evolution of the governance model.
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The Executive Committee is now formed by Luiz
Fernando T. Rudge, who has worked for the organization
over the past nearly thirty years, in the position of Chief
Executive Officer; by Gilson G. Krause and Ivo Godoi Junior,
in the positions of Executive Directors, all of them
professionals who were already members of the Committee
in the previous term of office; and by Felipe Alceu Amoroso
Lima, in the position of Executive Director and Chief
Financial Officer.
Three committees providing support to the Board were
formed: that of Strategy, oriented towards the analysis
and monitoring of the organization’s strategic planning;
that of Risks and Auditing, focusing on the evaluation
and tracking of the major business risks in their various
categories; and that of Organizational Development,
dedicated to the subjects connected with people, culture,
the management system and the organizational model.
Tamas Makray, Carlos M. Siffert and Paulo A. Fragelli,
members of Promon’s founding group and professionals
to whom the organization expresses its heartfelt gratitude,
although no longer taking part in the operations, continue
to cooperate with the company, through their membership
in the boards of associated entities and in advisory
committees supporting the Board of Directors.
The vision of the near future, very stimulating owing to the
more immediate business and development prospects for the
company, does not, however, satisfy Promon’s restless spirit,
which gains nourishment from the dynamics of permanent
renewal and from a look that seeks to see further ahead.
It was this search that in 2010 inspired the launching
of the “Promon 2020” project. In attunement with a principle
that has always permeated its existence — that of being
a community of shareholder professionals, responsible
for the company’s destiny and actively taking part in the
definition of its future — Promon exposed more than
a hundred professionals to the large issues facing the world
and the sectors in which the company is active, with the
objective of jointly defining possible scenarios for the next
decade. Which will be the most important transformations in
this period? Which technologies will prevail? What will be the
consequences of these changes in the Group’s businesses?
How may Promon help to build this future?
The process aimed at the search for these answers
included the participation of renowned international experts
in several knowledge areas and required months of intense
work by the company’s professionals, who dealt with
a comprehensive selection of issues — ranging from aspects
of a broader context, such as climate, social, demographic
and geopolitical changes, to more specific issues, such
as energy, information and communication, transportation
infrastructure, biotechnology and nanotechnology.
From the result of this effort there emerged a vision
of what the world may look like as of 2020 and of the
respective implications for Brazil and Promon. Based on
this vision, the professionals sought to define the principal
strategic choices for the company. The perception that
the social and environmental sustainability will be acclaimed
by society as the principal determiner of its avenues
towards development implies deep impacts on companies,
particularly those that are active in the infrastructure field.
Promon is aware of the social environmental
responsibility deeply embedded in its culture, but in regard
to this issue proposes to go beyond the high standards
already consolidated in its traditional line of business.
The organization is determined to make sustainability
the principal guiding element in its businesses, going on
to orient its investments in the light of this objective.
The efficiency in the use of the existing resources and
the replacement of old technologies by cleaner ones will
become demands made by society, suggesting a time
of great changes, challenges and opportunities.
To speed up the steps in this direction a number of
activities will be initiated in 2011 that will mobilize the
company’s best talents in the quest for what is new.
“Technological observatories” are being established
to function as groups of permanent monitoring of themes
identified as being essential for the Group’s positioning
in this future, such as the generation of clean energies,
the development of new materials, cloud computing and its
impact on people and organizations, and the confluence
of biology and technology.
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The systemic vision of the Promon Group comprises eight
strategic perspectives that permeate the entire organization
and represent the principal stakeholders and the main
elements of its dynamics of value creation. In 2010, within
the sphere of the “Promon 2020” project, the Group’s
aspirations were discussed anew by the organization,
resulting in a more ambitious and detailed formulation of the
macro-objectives relative to each one of those perspectives.
Those macro-objectives clarify the importance given by
Promon to the quality of the relationship with its clients,
partners and suppliers. They emphasize the proactive stance
in the proposal of solutions of value, in the innovative
application of technology and in the continuous updating of
its knowledge base. Worthy of emphasis is the commitment to
managerial excellence, to innovation and to entrepreneurship,
as well as the vision of social and environmental sustainability
as a determinant element of the development of the
organization and its businesses. There is a strengthening
of the importance of the open and collaborative environment
in order to allow the professionals who make up the Promon
community to realize their potential and to seek a superior
performance and the permanent exercise of innovation.
The organization’s culture, the true expression of its values,
is an element to be enriched by sharing, by communication
and by the participation of the community’s members. It is
the basis on which the other elements sustain themselves.
PROMON’S STRATEGIC PERSPECTIVES
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Strategy
The vision of organizations held by the Promon Group is
that they are live systems, permanently interacting with other
systems, which exert an influence on and are influenced
by them. In a manner consistent with this view, the Group
defines its strategies and evaluates its performance taking
into account not only the economic and financial results
of its businesses, but eight strategic perspectives: Economic
Performance, Business Portfolio, Clients, Partners and
Suppliers, Knowledge and Processes, Society and the
Environment, People and Organizational Culture.
For a company that ascribes a strategic dimension to
its people, views knowledge as its major raw material and
the organizational culture as its most intangible asset, it is
essential to dedicate managerial energy to ensure excellence
in the management of its people, its competencies and the
organizational environment. To this end, more than adopting
the best policies and practices, Promon seeks to evolve
constantly, remaining attentive to and renewing itself with
the changes.
A special effort has been made by the Group to the
forming of new leaders, whether to meet the growth
requirements of its companies, or for the succession of
professionals that hold key positions. In this context, in
addition to the traditional training and development actions,
the Group has sought to engage its future leaders in
challenging activities, such as the proactive participation
in its strategic projects.
Furthermore, the organization invests in an extensive
selection of actions aimed at sharing knowledge,
encouraging communities of practices, technical engineering
and technology meetings, and the “Mastigando Ideias”
(Chewing on Ideas), in voluntary attendance meetings that
are already traditional, in which a professional who is
an expert in a given subject shares his knowledge with
the other interested parties.
From this positioning significant recognitions resulted
in the people management sphere. Promon continued
as one of only three companies in the country present,
always in positions of prominence, in all the editions of the
150 Best Companies to Work For guide published by Você
S. A ./Exame, and the The 100 Best Companies to Work For
in Brazil guide published by Great Place To Work/Época .
Carried out every year, the internal organization
climate survey revealed that the satisfaction rates of the
professionals remain at levels that surpass those of the
benchmark organizations on a global basis. The survey’s
results were discussed internally with the professionals
and actions were defined to deal, in 2011, with such topics
as communication, coexistence with other cultures and
positive aspects of diversity for new learning.
Staff Evolution
as of December 31st
Corporate/Holding
PROMON ENGENHARIA
PROMONLOGICALIS [BRAzIL]
PROMONLOGICALIS [abroad]
TRÓPICO
2008
2009
2010
1,528
1,611
1,707
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Organizational Culture
Percentage of favorable answers from the
Promon Group’s employees to a set of
questions related to the topics set forth below:
Conduct
How the organization handles its external
and internal relationships.
Respect and Equity
How the professionals are treated, regardless
of their job positions.
Engagement
Percentage of professionals participating
in the ownership model.
Conduct
94
%
93
%
92
86
Respect and Equity
92
%
91
%
87
%
%
79
%
2008
2009
2010
14
78%
80%
source: ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE SURVEY (TOWERS WATSON)
81%
BENChmark*
* RESULTS OBTAINED AMONG HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPANIES,
ACCORDING TO AN INTERNATIONAL ANALYSIS FROM TOWERS WATSON
%
Engagement
Convinced that education is a key factor for the progress
and development of people and of countries, it is in this field
that over the past years Promon has concentrated it social
actions. It is the focus of the activities of the Instituto
Razão Social, of the Programa de Voluntariado (Volunteer
Program) and of the company’s private investments which,
during the year, benefited more than twenty organizations
in the regions in which the company operates. One of the
projects supported by Promon, the “Artes na Periferia”
(Arts in the Environs), developed in São Paulo by the Casa
do Zezinho organization, was mentioned as one of the
thirty best social projects by the 2010 Global Compact for
Development report, published by the UN Global Compact,
an organization of which the Promon Group is a signatory
since 2006.
The Volunteer Program is planned and monitored so that
the voluntary labor of the Promon professionals meet the
requirements of the projects of the partner NGOs, having
been recognized by the “2010 Top Social Award”, granted
by the Associação dos Dirigentes de Vendas e Marketing
do Brasil (Association of Sales and Marketing Managers).
In the course of the year, roughly one half of the Group’s
workforce engaged itself in voluntary projects and
campaigns, benefiting ten thousand children and teenagers.
The continuous commitment to the incorporation of
social and environmental issues into its business activities
and the evolution of actions in this field caused Promon
to be recognized by Exame magazine, for the fifth
consecutive year, as one of the country’s twenty model
companies in enterprise citizenship. The organization,
furthermore, is associated with the movement entitled
Todos pela Educação (All for Education), the Rede Nossa
São Paulo (Our São Paulo Network), the GIFE — Grupo
de Institutos Fundações e Empresas (Group of Institutes,
Foundations and Companies), the Instituto Ethos de
Empresas e Responsabilidade Social (Ethos Institute of
Business and Social Responsibility), and the Instituto Akatu
pelo Consumo Consciente (Akatu Institute for Conscious
Consumption). It is a signatory of the Pacto Nacional
pela Erradicação do Trabalho Escravo (National Pact for
the Eradication of Slave Labor) and sustaining member
of the Fundação Nacional da Qualidade (National Quality
Foundation), of whose Trustee Council the Chairman
of Promon’s Board of Directors is a member.
degree of corporate social responsibility
scope — 7 csr topics
The seven Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) topics
considered by Instituto Ethos are: Values, Transparency
& Governance; Employees; Environment; Suppliers;
Consumers & Clients; Community; Government & Society.
depth — csr stages
2008 PROMON GRoUP consolidated
2009 PROMONLOGICALIS
2010 PROMONLOGICALIS
2009 PROMON ENGENHARIA
2010 PROMON ENGENHARIA
Benchmark area
source: Instituto Ethos de Empresas e Responsabilidade Social
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The Promon Group views the future with great
enthusiasm. In the closer horizon, the prospects are that
its traditional businesses in the infrastructure sectors
continue to be favored by the continuation of the country’s
current development cycle. Meanwhile, the look taken
by Promon towards the future enables it to perceive the
wealth of possibilities that this era sharply marked by
technological, cultural and geopolitical possibilities offers.
Although some of the roads that Promon intends to
explore are new there is nothing novel in the fact of its
doing so. It was by renewing and reinventing itself that
Promon arrived at the age of fifty, completed in 2010,
as a live organization, vibrant, with an enviable history of
achievements. These five decades of activity have given it
experience, knowledge and maturity. But it is the youthful
spirit that makes it lasting, because it is from this very spirit
that the organization extracts the enthusiasm and energy
that drive it in the unceasing search for new frontiers.
Promon 50 years
Promon celebrated its fifty years in 2010. Established in
December 1960, in 1970 it became a company whollyowned by its employees, due to the visionary initiative of
a small group of professionals. Promon underwent great
moments, faced great turbulence, and wrote a history
of great achievements. It proved capable, as did few
organizations, of understanding the changes that occurred
in Brazil and in the world, defining and exploring new roads.
To celebrate these five decades, the company sponsored
the “Promon Chamber Concerts 50 Years — Schumann,
Chopin… and Brazil” series. The program presented works
celebrating the bicentennial of the birth of Robert Schumann
and Frédéric Chopin and provided counterpoint performances
of the works of Brazilian composers, such as Heitor
Villa-Lobos, interpreted by new and talented artists. The
seven presentations took place from August to November
2010, at the Teatro Cultura Artística Itaim, in São Paulo.
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Promon published the commemorative book entitled
Para Chegares ao Que Não Sabes (“In Order to Arrive
at What You do not Know”), written by the famous writer
Ignácio de Loyola Brandão, describing the ideas and
achievements, values and beliefs shared by the professionals
of Promon during these fifty years. On taking up the
company’s history, it sought to pay tribute to the thousands
of professionals that experienced and built the company
during these decades, revealing, in addition, various curious
and picturesque facts that occurred with its employees.
These are stories that illuminated the backstage and
the life of its protagonists, composing a mosaic that melted
into a harmonious assembly, as cells forming a live and
complex organism.
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: LUIZ GONZAGA M. BRANDÃO, RAUL A. DEL FIOL, GILSON G. KRAUSE,
LUIZ FERNANDO T. RUDGE, LUIZ ERNESTO GEMIGNANI, FELIPE A. AMOROSO LIMA, IVO GODOI JUNIOR and JOSÉ GUIMARÃES MONFORTE
Core beliefs and Reason to exist
Core beliefs
A company is a living system, an integral part of a social,
economic and natural ecosystem with which it interacts,
on which it depends and for which it is co-responsible.
Knowledge shall be an instrument for the accomplishments
of individuals and of society if used in a shared and
conscious manner.
Reason to exist
Promon is a knowledge-based community of professionals
identified by its capacity to innovate, which, having as its guiding
concept the pursuit of excellence, wants to undertake and provide
infrastructure solutions that create value for its clients and other
stakeholders; provide conditions for the professional and human
achievement of its professionals; be an active agent of society’s
development process and of the environment’s conservation.
Community means having things in common, shared
understandings that transcend the parts into which the company
is divided. Community implies the inclination to observe principles
and rules, but also implies voluntary collaboration, much wealthier
and less programmed. Collaboration is not altruism. It arises
when people share a cause, when they feel that they are part
of a common destiny. A community may be described, it may be
mapped according to formal terms, but it also has an emotional
significance, a sense of connection, of union. Communities have
a body, but they also have a soul.
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businesses / PROMON ENGENHARIA / PROMONLOGICALIS
LATIN AMERICA / TRÓPICO / PROMON NOVOS NEGÓCIOS
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Revenue
R$ million
2008 388
2009 680
2010 1,009
Source: Financial Reports
/ PROMON ENGENHARIA
The resumption of the investments that had been postponed
at the height of the global economic crisis had positive
impacts on the performance of Promon Engenharia in 2010.
Revenues reached R$ 1,009 million, a growth of 48% relative
to the preceding year, with an expressive participation of the
Oil and Gas sector.
BUSINESS PORTFOLIO, CLIENTS,
PARTNERS AND SUPPLIERS
The relationship with Petrobras, its oldest and most
traditional client, was reinforced with important contracts
based on the EPC system (Engineering, Procurement and
Construction). Among these, is the construction of the
Atmospheric and Vacuum Distillation Unit (UDAV) at the Rio
de Janeiro Petrochemical Complex (Comperj), in the town
of Itaboraí, under a partnership with Skanska and Engevix.
Begun in 2010, this construction job is to be carried out in
36 months. The unit, the first of its kind to be built in Brazil in
the past thirty years, will have a nominal processing capacity
of 150 thousand barrels/day of crude oil, to be separated into
products such as fuel gas, naphtha, diesel oil and kerosene.
Under a consortium with MCE, Promon Engenharia also
obtained a contract for the construction and assembling
of the offshore platform PIGs Operation Module (MOP-1),
the first platform of its kind in Brazil. Its construction term
is two years and, after its conclusion, it will be towed by
maritime means from Bahia, where it is being assembled,
to Campos Basin. The unit will be utilized in the moving
of the PIGs (Pipeline Inspection Gauges), equipment that
carries out the cleaning of gas transportation pipes.
Besides these new projects contracted by Petrobras,
the execution of another five EPC contracts was continued
in 2010 : the Delayed Coking Unit (UCR) of the Presidente
Getúlio Vargas Refinery (Repar) at Araucária (State of
Paraná), the Hydrotreatment Unit (HDT) of the Henrique
Lage Refinery (Revap) at São José dos Campos (State of
São Paulo), the Hydrodesulfurization Units (HDS) at Revap
and at the Alberto Pasqualini Refinery (Refap) at Canoas
(State of Rio Grande do Sul) and the Sulfur Removal Unit
(URE) at the Capuava Refinery, in Mauá (State of São Paulo).
Developed in a consortium with Camargo Corrêa, the
UCR at Repar remains the largest project in which Promon
Engenharia is currently involved, and has been the object
of important recognitions. An unprecedented feat in works
contracted by Petrobras, the CCPR-Repar consortium
obtained the sector’s five main certifications: ABNT ISO/TS
29001, relative to the Quality Management System
for Gas and Oil; NBR 16001, relative to the Social
Responsibility Management; NBR ISO 14001, of the
Environmental Management System; NBR ISO 9001, of the
Quality Management System; and OHSAS 18001, of the
Occupational Health and Safety Management System.
In addition, the quality of the project’s management was
recognized through the “2010 Banas Management National
Award”, granted by the Banas Qualidade magazine in the
Quality and Sustainable Development categories. It was
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chosen, furthermore, the “2010 Project of the Year”,
an award granted by the MundoPM — Project Management
magazine and by the Fundação Getúlio Vargas — FGV.
Among the projects connected with the generation
of alternative energies, which constitute another important
business front at Promon Engenharia, emphasis goes
to the conclusion of the capacity expansion of the energy
cogeneration unit using biomass (sugar-cane bagasse)
of the Cosan Mill at Barra Bonita (State of São Paulo).
The unit has a capacity of 64 megawatts and is one
of the largest units of its kind in operation in Brazil.
The undertaking, in which state-of-the-art technology
was used, qualified the company to operate also in the
second stage of the mill’s expansion. In 2010, the company
won contracts relative to projects for the milling and
energy cogeneration expansion at the Univalem mills,
also belonging to the Cosan Group, and at Moema and
Ouroeste, of the Bunge Group.
In the iron and steel market, the highlight went to
the engineering projects for the steel mills of Pecém
(State of Ceará) and of Aços Laminados do Pará (Alpa).
For Ternium, a company of Italian origin, Promon prepared
the initial studies for the pelletizing unit of the Norte
Fluminense steel mill, at the port of Açu. It also prepared
studies for the Porto do Açu Terminal, for LLX , a logistics
company of the EBX group. In the transportation area,
the company prepared engineering studies for the Line 4
of the Rio de Janeiro subway.
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Vale, another important client, begun at the end of 2010
the resumption of the building pace of various projects
in which Promon Engenharia participates. Among the
ongoing projects, there are two at Fosfertil, a company that
Vale acquired from Bunge: the expansion number III of the
fertilizer unit at Uberaba (State of Minas Gerais) and the
basic project for a new potassium nitrate unit at Patrocínio
(State of Minas Gerais). Also destined for Vale were the
infrastructure and logistics studies for the Ferro Carajás
project at Serra Sul (State of Pará), engineering studies for
the Thermoelectric Power Plant of Moatize, in Mozambique,
and for the Thermoelectric Power Plant of Vitória (State
of Espírito Santo).
The satisfaction rates reported by Petrobras in relation
to Promon Engenharia were reflected in its supplier
Performance Assessment Report (BAD), in which the
company obtained an average grade above 88% ,
taking into account the entire set of contracts assessed.
In addition, Promon maintains a prominent position
in the Supplier Management Program of the Petrobras
Engineering (Progefe), an assessment system that is
decisive for the certification of suppliers assigned to new
projects. With good grades in regard to all the criteria,
the company obtained the maximum grade in four of them:
Managerial/Quality; Healh, Safety and Environment (HSE);
Legal and Technical.
As with Petrobras, Vale too assesses very positively
the performance of Promon Engenharia. In regard to the
average of the contracts analyzed, the company obtained
a Supplier Performance Index above 95% .
During the year, Promon Engenharia sought to
strengthen its supplier network, by means of the
intensification of the activities of quotation and acquisition
of equipment and materials abroad. This movement evinces
growth and has been stimulated also by the appreciation
of Brazil’s currency and by the high demand observed
in the country, which places the local suppliers’ capacity
to serve under pressure.
PEOPLE, KNOWLEDGE AND PROCESSES
For Promon Engenharia, to evolve continuously in the
management of its people is a natural phenomenon.
The incorporation of new talents into its workforce, the
outcome of the company’s growth over the past few years,
has made a special dedication to the integration of these
young professionals into the organization a priority. In 2010,
more than six hundred professionals underwent training
connected with the behavioral competencies valued by
the company. Another program, emphasizing aspects
related to the Promon beliefs and culture, was given to the
new managers, employees who have already entered the
company in a leadership role.
The same objective inspired another innovative program,
this time destined for the trainee contingent. In parallel
with a training program focused on creativity, the youths
were challenged to develop projects associated with the
organization’s culture. With voluntary participation, the
candidates presented twenty projects, prepared in the course
of the year, to a panel formed by officers of the company.
All the proposals are undergoing additional detailing
following their approval, in testimony of their quality.
In conjunction with the behavioral training there was
an intense schedule of technical courses, aligned with
the qualification needs identified by the Competency
Centers. Acting in a partnership with the Human Relations
department, the Competency Centers have as their mission
to organize, update and spread knowledge, promoting
the development of the competencies that differentiate the
company and its professionals. Some of these training
courses were developed internally, within the context of the
Programa Trajetórias (Trajectories Program), an initiative
that offers modular technical qualification made available
through multimedia and distance learning resources,
provided by the Instituto de Tecnologia Promon to roughly
30% of the company’s workforce in the course of the year.
Other actions involved courses administered by external
specialists, such as the one focused on the best practices
of the Construction Industry Institute — CII, aimed
at the improvements of the performance of projects.
The importance given by the company to the competencies
connected with project management and innovation
was reinforced with the preparation of another eighty
professionals for the Project Management Professional
(PMP) certification and with the beginning of a Knowledge
and Innovation Management Post-Graduate Course
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developed in a partnership with Senac, the National
Commercial Apprenticeship Service, with in-company
lessons for twenty-five participants.
The communication, the exchange of information and
the interaction between people have also been reinforced
with initiatives such as the “Promoniando”, an internal
social network created by the trainees in the form of
a pilot project that will be open to all professionals in 2011.
This constitutes a new instrument of interactivity in the
virtual world that is added to other already available
channels such as the thematic blogs.
Promon Engenharia has developed a solid and
differentiated Knowledge Management System, with
structures, tools and practices that seek to ensure the
acquisition, formalization, dissemination and application of
knowledge. The result of this work enabled the company
to gain presence among the world reference organizations
relative to this subject. It was invited to present its case
study at the 14th edition of the KMWorld Conference,
the most important international knowledge management
event, along with such companies as Shell, Chevron,
3M and the Brazilian companies Petrobras and Embraer.
It also enabled Promon Engenharia to win, for the second
year running, the first place in the “Top of Mind in Project
Management” award, granted by the Rio de Janeiro chapter
of the Project Management Institute (PMI).
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SOCIETY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
The growing importance of social and environmental
sustainability as a guideline for the company’s management
model and its consequent unfolding in the company’s
businesses that has taken place in the past years is resulting
in gains to the clients and to society. The Hydrotreatment
Unit of the Henrique Lage Refinery, for instance, was
the object of modifications, on Promon’s initiative, which
generated a significant reduction of the unit’s consumption
of water and energy. It was accorded, furthermore, the
“QSMS — Refino” award granted by Petrobras, as a prominent
project in respect of quality, safety, environment and health.
Concern for the application of stricter environmental
criteria in the projects carried out by the company, going
beyond mere compliance with the applicable laws, led Promon
Engenharia to expand the application of a methodology,
developed internally according to the principles of benchmark
organizations from the international scene, with the aim of
evaluating in a structured manner the environmental impacts
of these projects. Such issues as threats to biodiversity,
atmospheric pollution, soil contamination and the consumption
of water and energy are analyzed, providing information
enabling Promon to propose to its clients actions or
improvements in their projects. The objective sought by the
company is to have in its portfolio a growing share of projects
aligned with the most modern sustainability requirements.
In a subsequent stage, the methodology will also incorporate
questions designed to evaluate the projects’ social impacts.
Furthermore, Promon Engenharia began in 2010, in
a partnership with the GHG Protocol Brasil program of the
Fundação Getúlio Vargas, the preparation for the inventory
of greenhouse gas emissions in the implementation of
projects in which it participates, with the aim of establishing
reduction targets and thus minimizing the effects relative
to global warming.
PROSPECTS
The company looks with optimism towards the future.
It enjoys a solid position in Brazil, which in its turn presents
extremely promising scenarios for the next ten years
in regard to the infrastructure and industries associated with
the mineral and agricultural commodity markets. The
company’s experience and results in this area rank among
the country’s most significant, allowing one to infer that
the investments to be made in the Brazilian infrastructure
and the country’s progress are, in fact, opportunities for
a company like Promon Engenharia.
The expansion of its business portfolio, the result of
an action plan consolidated in the period, incorporates a more
solid positioning in the offshore Oil and Gas sector and the
introduction of new technologies and offers for the sectors
of Mining, Iron and Steel, Biofuels and Power, areas in which
the company traditionally operates and in which it enjoys solid
expertise. The plan also provides for a differentiated presence
in segments that are critical to meeting the country’s
development needs, connected with the transportation
infrastructure and the environment. These are fields in which
the company has built a strong presence in the past and
that are beginning a new cycle of accelerated development.
This plan, the implementation of which has already
been initiated, is to be developed over the next two or three
years, and involves the acquisition of specific technical
knowledge and the establishment of technological and
business partnerships.
The growth of investments in all of these sectors,
the demand for new technologies, the increasingly stricter
environmental criteria, are all factors that imply greater
complexity and place Promon Engenharia in a privileged
position in the market. Consistent with its history of
permanent renewal, the company is structured to take part
actively in this new development cycle of Brazil.
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Revenue
R$ million
2008 712
2009 395
2010 661
Brazil
Other Latin American countries
Source: Financial Reports
/ PROMONLOGICALIS
LATIN AMERICA
PromonLogicalis, the largest independent integrator of
solutions for Information and Communication Technology
(ICT) in Latin America, was able to take advantage of
the favorable winds blowing in each one of the markets
in which it is active in order to maintain its pace of its
growth, buttressed on differentiated offers that are the
result of varied elements: its project management and
technical competencies, the capacity to identify the needs
of its clients, and the alliance with technological partners
appropriate for the devising of the best solutions.
As a result of these circumstances, the consolidated
revenue in all Latin American countries totaled R$ 661 million
in 2010, showing a growth on the order of 67% in relation
to the preceding period. The revenue corresponding
to the operations in Brazil showed a growth of 93% , having
closed at R$ 499 million.
BUSINESS PORTFOLIO AND CLIENTS
The expansion occurred in all market segments, including
that of telecommunications operators. Despite having
diminished the investments in Brazil in 2010, the operators
continued to invest heftily in IP infrastructure and solutions
in order to respond to the increase of the data traffic volume,
which grows at rates in excess of 50% a year. In this
market, which represents the largest share of its revenues,
PromonLogicalis recorded a 20% growth in relation to 2009.
Among the various projects, one of the prominent ones was
the first implementation in Latin America of the Gateway
GPRS Support Node (GGSN) solution, delivered to the
Claro operator. This technology promotes an improvement
in the flow of mobile telephony traffic in large urban centers,
diminishing the need for the implementation of additional
radio base stations.
For the NET operator, the company developed and
implemented an ultra broadband solution that enabled the
client to expand its offer of internet connection to a speed
of up to 100 Mbps. Another sharp demand made by the
operators, that of network security solutions, was met
by PromonLogicalis with technologies of partners such as
Arbor, Nominum and McAfee, directed towards the protection
of networks against external attacks.
In the corporate market, the large diversity of offers for
all the sectors served by the company favored the 70%
revenue growth in this segment, in relation to the preceding
year. In Oil and Gas, one of the important projects was the
implementation of a data center for the Petrobras Centro de
Pesquisas e Desenvolvimento (Research and Development
Center), making use of a solution based on Cisco and EMC
technology, focused on cloud computing and promoting
energy and space savings. In the Mining field, the company
closed a consulting contract with Vale, for a two-year term,
for various deliveries, including abroad. In the Construction
sector, the company’s Connected Construction Site offer
gained strength as a solution for large job sites, by enabling
the connection with the offices and the introduction of
technological functionalities at the sites. In 2010, the main
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Southern Cone, managed from its offices in Argentina.
In Colombia, the company signed a contract with Telefonica
for the delivery of an IP network address solution.
large-sized construction companies active in the country
profited from this solution. In the field of Manufacturing
and Retail, the highlights were the collaboration, image and
data center solutions for Natura, besides the set of tools
for virtual shops for such clients as C&A , Magazine Luiza,
Fiat, GM and Toyota. In the Financial segment, one
of the important actions was the implementation of the
collaboration and image solution for Banco Itaú, which
included telepresence rooms and IP telephony systems.
The demand for network management services
showed growth in 2010. Among the clients who reinforced
the company’s portfolio in this activity was AES Brasil, the
controller of companies operating in the power and
telecommunications sectors.
In the governmental market, PromonLogicalis’ revenue
increased by an expressive 200% . It was the winner of two
auctions held by Telebrás for the supply of IP solutions for
network security and management, besides telephony
tools (corporate network) for the Tribunal Superior Eleitoral
(Superior Electoral Court) in Brasília. Also to the Judicial
branch, it implemented a pilot project involving an information
and document scanning solution. It also supplied a LAN
network solution for the Instituto Nacional de Traumatologia
e Ortopedia (National Traumatology and Orthopedics
Institute) in Rio de Janeiro, and began testing of the
identification technology through radiofrequency (RFID)
for the tracking of the hospital’s patients and assets.
The potential of this technology and of solutions for image
transmission led PromonLogicalis to create the Health
vertical, which begins to operate in 2011, having as its
target clients hospitals and other health organizations.
To deal with this growth, the company expanded
geographically, with the inauguration of new offices in Minas
Gerais and Brasília, which supplement those in São Paulo
and Rio de Janeiro, where the company was already
present. The activity of PromonLogicalis in the other Latin
American countries was also intensified in 2010, consistent
with the strategy of strengthening its regional operations.
Offices were installed in Colombia, Ecuador and Bolivia,
complementing the already existing operations in the
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PARTNERS AND SUPPLIERS
Reaffirming its position as a benchmark company in ICT
solutions, PromonLogicalis incorporated into its portfolio
of credentials new and important certifications. It became the
only company in Latin America to obtain the Master Security,
Master Unified Communications and Managed Services
Advanced Channel Partner certifications from Cisco, which
were added to the Gold Partner certification renewed in
2010. ISO 20000, relative to the managed services, further
complements the list of certifications obtained during the
year. A partner over more than one decade, Cisco granted
PromonLogicalis the “Technology Excellence Partner
of the Year” award, on a worldwide basis, delivered during
the 2010 Cisco Partner Summit. The company was also the
winner of Cisco LatAm Partner in Virtualization and Cisco
Partner — Service Providers Brazil.
PEOPLE, KNOWLEDGE AND PROCESSES
PromonLogicalis closed the year of 2010 with a workforce
of 650 professionals, 30% more than in the preceding year.
The constant focus on the continuous qualification
of this team and on the incentive for the development of
the organization’s knowledge led to the structuring of the
Corporate Education Program. This initiative, which is to
be fully operational in 2011, deals with the mapping of the
behavioral development and technology courses available
in the market and grants to each professional credits
to be used in these courses. As of the interaction with their
mentors, the professionals propose their own training plans,
which are validated by the Competency Centers, after an
evaluation of their alignment with the company’s strategies.
The investments made by PromonLogicalis in training
correspond to 4% of the payroll cost, a figure the size of
which places the company among the benchmark
organizations in this respect.
PROSPECTS
The set of efforts undertaken by PromonLogicalis in the
various dimensions is being accorded the clients’
acceptance. The company has been scoring record
conversion rates of the proposals it presents and has been
giving an impulse to the value that it adds to its projects
by means of the expansion of the service portions that
it adds to technology. Another indicator of success is the
clients’ satisfaction rate, which has advanced yet another
percentage point in relation to the preceding year’s figure,
reaching a significant 82% .
An important movement that was begun during the year
and that is to continue in 2011 has as its focus the sharp
trend towards asset outsourcing and network virtualization
on the part of organizations. By 2012, according to some
sector’s consultants, 20% of companies will no longer
own IT assets, delegating this activity to specialized firms.
Seeking to strengthen its competencies in this new
environment, PromonLogicalis is implementing
a state-of-the-art data center that is to be operational
during the first half of 2011. In addition to contributing
to the adjustment of costs and the operational agility, the
new data center will also have a strategic motivation for
the company’s business portfolio: it will be coupled to
the development of new services to be provided to the
clients. With a cloud architecture, this data center will offer
a competitive differential in relation to its competitors,
positioning the company in a distinct manner in the market.
Furthermore, a new unit of PromonLogicalis is being
implemented in the city of Barueri (State of São Paulo).
According to the strategy of intensifying its performance
in the service provider area, which grew significantly in
2010 and which enjoys a highly positive expectation
of continuity over the coming years, the new installation
will house the professionals of managed services and
consulting. The investment in this new structure will be
essential for the diversification of PromonLogicalis,
representing a great advantage in a market niche that
is increasingly competitive in the region and the country.
In 2011, the company will continue to expand its
operations in the corporate market, giving continuity to
investments made to increase the coverage of services
provided to the clients and to develop technological
solutions for selected firms. An Innovation Center will be
inaugurated in São Paulo to demonstrate and disseminate
new technologies for this market. Additional offices are
to be opened in the South and Northeast regions. In addition
to keeping up the focus in the segments in which it is
already active, PromonLogicalis will expand its operations
to the Health and Education verticals, investing heftily
in the hiring of qualified professionals and training courses.
It is legitimate for PromonLogicalis to look for development
opportunities beyond the ones naturally provided by the mere
growth of the dynamic ICT market. In this way, it must seek
the continuous aggregation of new competencies and
the strengthening of its regional positioning in Latin America.
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Revenue
R$ million
2008 209
2009 110
2010 120
Source: Financial statements
/ TRÓPICO
The attentive concern for the needs of its clients and the
introduction of differentials in the offering of products
and services were decisive in Trópico’s having achieved
a good result in 2010, in spite of the decline of infrastructure
investments among the telecommunications operators,
its principal market. In contrast with the 9% reduction
experienced by the sector in Brazil, according to figures
released by the Associação Brasileira da Indústria Elétrica
e Eletrônica (Brazilian Association of the Electric and
Electronic Industry), Trópico’s revenues grew 9% in the year,
closing at R$ 120 million.
BUSINESS PORTFOLIO AND CLIENTS
The good performance was mainly due to the incorporation
of new functionalities into its Vectura line of equipment,
developed and produced by Trópico, aimed at making them
more efficient in meeting the clients’ specific requirements.
The company was selected for the supply and installation
of Vectura SoftSwitch (VSS) equipment destined for the
modernization of Telefonica’s plant with Next Generation
Networks (NGN) technology, surpassing important global
players in the bidding process. With the conclusion of this
implementation in 2010, roughly 40% of the NGN network
of Telefonica went on to operate with Vectura equipment.
Another important highlight was the supply of the signaling
server platform throughout the entire region formerly served
by Brasil Telecom and incorporated by Oi. The 7IP Signalling
Server (VSI) equipment developed by Trópico enables the
evolution of the operator’s fixed telephony network, its
convergence with mobile networks/NGN and the offering
of new integrated services. After its implementation in nine
states of the South, North and Midwest in the course of the
first half of 2011, Oi’s entire plant will have been covered
by the company’s 7IP services platform. The volume of calls
processed by the fifty VSI equipment units deployed across
24 states and the Federal District will exceed 1 billion/day.
Trópico consolidated its relationship with British Telecom,
which in Brazil caters specifically to the corporate segment, by
means of the delivery of managed services that, in addition to the
supply and implementation of equipment, includes the operation
and maintenance of the operator’s network. The company
also went on to carry out feasibility studies and analyses for
the digital city market — digital network interconnection of city
government buildings and systems –, aimed at increasing the
offer of public services and the digital inclusion of the local
populations. The year of 2010 came to an end with two ongoing
projects for this market, which Trópico considers one on which
a large wager deserves to be made over the coming years.
The performance abroad did not record any significant
expansion. The activities of Trópico Colômbia S. A . focused
on the maintenance of the contracts in force. In Argentina,
WxBR , a firm of which Trópico is one of the controlling
companies and which is active as a provider of broadband
wireless solutions, won its first representative contract
for the implementation of a network in the city of Bariloche,
for the VeloCom cable TV operator.
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PEOPLE, KNOWLEDGE AND PROCESSES
The investment in technological development during 2010
was one of the largest ever made by the company, reaching
20% of its total revenues. This constant quest for being
in the forefront of technology enabled the implementation
of more than thirty projects related to the expansion of
functionalities of the Vectura line of equipment.
In a partnership with research institutes, three
development projects were launched, partially funded
with Finep (Studies and Projects Financing) resources, with
a potential to be transformed into products or services within
a period of two to three years. Also in 2010, there occurred
the release of the first tranche of the Programa Inova Brasil
(Brazil Innovate Program), another long-term financing line
offered by Finep, in the amount of R$ 10 million.
The workforce showed a slight reduction when
compared to the preceding year’s level but the investment
in training and qualification, always significant, gained
even greater dimensions during the period. The managerial
leadership development program comprised more than
25% of the team, a figure that is expressive in training
stints of this nature. Another prominent achievement was
the conclusion of the ISD (Integrated System Diagnosis)
training provided to more than forty professionals, aimed
at increasing the qualification in Capability Maturity
Model Integration for Development (CMMI-DEV), a maturity
model for the improvement of processes applied to
software development.
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PROSPECTS
The partnerships with research institutes, the differentiated
offers and the prominent position relative to the Telefonica
and Oi plants result in visibility in the traditional market
of operators and reveal the potential for closing new and
important business contracts in 2011. The company is
negotiating new partnerships with foreign companies, market
leaders in the supply of solutions that will allow Trópico,
through the inclusion of its own developments, to offer
services aimed at increasing the operators’ competitiveness.
The distinct competencies of Trópico, however,
resulting from the knowledge of the Brazilian market’s real
necessities and from its experience in the development
of mission-critical and large transaction volume systems,
allied with the flexibility and creativity of its team, are factors
that place the company in a privileged position, enabling
the expansion of its horizon to new market segments.
Thus, a new offer will be added in 2011 to its traditional
operating portfolio: the development and production of
customized software for the needs of corporate clients, large
companies that need specific solutions oriented towards
their businesses. To deal with this new segment, Trópico
restructured itself, creating a new business unit — Software
Solutions —, which is to operate independently but in
coordination with the traditional Products and Services unit.
In addition to catering in a more comprehensive manner to
the requirements of its traditional clients, this diversification
will allow the expansion of the integration and synergy with
the Promon Group’s other companies.
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/ PROMON NOVOS NEGÓCIOS
Promon Novos Negócios was established in 2008 as an
expression of the Group’s purpose to exercise its
entrepreneurial drive in a systematic manner, developing
businesses and enterprises to which it may bring its
competencies and knowledge of various segments of the
infrastructure sector.
The first initiative of Promon Novos Negócios, the
investment managing firm named P2Brasil, a joint venture
established by Promon and Pátria Investimentos focused on
investments in infrastructure, recorded significant successes
in 2010. Accredited by the expertise of the two partners in
their respective areas of operation, the P2Brasil Infraestrutura
fund, the first fund conceived by the new managing company,
gained an excellent reception among the investors. With the
fund-raising process still ongoing, the fund had reached the
sum of US$ 850 million in investment commitments at the end
of 2010, with prospects of totaling more than US$ 1 billion
in the first half of 2011. Thus, it becomes Brazil’s largest
private equity fund with focus on infrastructure, gathering
investors of very high quality, most of which are foreigners.
Nevertheless, the significant presence of Brazilian funds
attests their growing interest in this type of investment.
The year also marked the implementation of two
investments made by P2Brasil. One of them was the
acquisition of NovaAgri, a company that stores and conveys
agricultural commodities, organized with the aim of offering
a complete and integrated chain of logistics services,
including storage in warehouses and silos. The business
plan provides for significant investments in new warehouses
and port terminals capable of intermodal operations.
In the transportation sector, the investments were oriented
towards the establishment of Hidrovias do Brasil, an operator
of integrated waterway logistics services. The new company
seeks to ensure its national and regional presence by means
of the integration of ports and operations, acquisitions and
participations in greenfield and brownfield projects in Brazil
and neighboring countries.
Promon Novos Negócios has also advanced in another
sphere of business activity — that of power generation — with
the creation of Genes (Geração de Energia Sustentável),
a company that aims to invest in Brazil’s power sector by means
of the acquisition, development, construction and operation of
sustainable energy generation projects. The new company will
enable a more structured performance in a sector in which the
Group has amassed ample knowledge and experience. It is the
Group’s aim that within a term of three to four years Genes will
be responsible for the generation of more than 500 megawatts.
PROSPECTS
The agenda of activities of Promon Novos Negócios for 2011
includes studies and evaluation of new business development
in some of its target markets. Themes such as solar energy
and smart grid are part of these studies, which include specific
efforts to understand the available technologies, business
models, main variables and challenges. Another focus is that
of the environment, a strategic area of activity of the Promon
Group, which may be strengthened with the acquisition of
a leading company in the segments of environmental protection
and remediation engineering, to complement and add value
to the operations of Promon Engenharia in this sector.
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DE PREVIDÊNCIA SOCIAL / INSTITUTO DE
TECNOLOGIA PROMON / INSTITUTO RAZÃO SOCIAL
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DE PREVIDÊNCIA SOCIAL
The Fundação Promon de Previdência Social (FPPS) serves,
through its activities, a public of roughly six thousand people
— the 2,300 participants of its two managed pension plans
and their family members. Welfare benefits on the order of
R$ 36 million were paid in 2010 to the 620 participants who
have already entered the stage of receiving their benefits.
FPPS recorded positive financial indicators in the year’s
course, although less expressive than those of 2009. The
weak performance of the stock exchange market and the
excellent performance of real estate investments constituted
the opposite extremes of the investments portfolio, affecting
in a different manner the results of the two plans, the
BásicoPlus, in the defined-benefit mode, and the MultiFlex,
in the defined-contribution mode.
The BásicoPlus Plan presented an excellent performance
in 2010, which allowed an increase of its surpluses on the
order of R$ 25 million. At year’s end, the plan’s net assets stood
at R$ 557 million, as opposed to actuarial liabilities of R$ 448
million. The accrued technical surplus of R$ 109 million — on
the order of 24% of the plan’s commitments — is a figure even
more significant when one considers the conservative premises
adopted in the calculation of its actuarial liabilities. The nominal
return from the plan’s investments reached 16.4% , exceeding
the actuarial goal of 11.4% . Highlights were the investments
in real estate, with a return of 89.4% , the result of the recent
appreciation of this type of asset, and object of a revaluation
effort carried out during the year. This plan comprises 570
members, of which 460 receive benefits. The maturity and
solidity of the plan, which does not allow new members since
2005, become evident when one observes its significant net
assets, the amount of its surplus, and the high proportion of
members receiving benefits among its total members.
The real earnings of the MultiFlex Plan quota in 2010 were
strongly affected by the rising inflation rate, which closed at
6.5% according to the variation of the INPC (National Consumer
Price Index) in the period. As a consequence, the nominal return
rate of 10.9% of the quota in the year allowed a real return of
a mere 4.1% , below its historical average of 8% , obtained ever
since the plan’s implementation. The obtained nominal return
was 13.3% for the fixed income portfolio and 2.2% for the
variable yield investments, the latter evincing the sharp volatility
of the stock market. The MultiFlex Plan comprises more than
1,720 members, of which roughly 160 receive benefits, and its
total net assets at the end of 2010 reached R$ 328 million.
At the institutional level the year was marked by
a restructuring of the regulatory and inspection agencies
related to complementary pension funds, such as the
creation of the Superintendência Nacional de Previdência
Complementar (National Superintendence of Complementary
Pension Funds) and of the Secretaria de Políticas de
Previdência Complementar (Office of Complementary Pension
Funds Policies). Promon was once more invited to take part
in the Câmara de Recursos da Previdência Complementar
(Appeals Chamber of Complementary Pension Funds) as
a representative of the sponsoring companies.
Among the facts that marked 2010 is the renewal of
the composition of the Foundation’s executive committee,
concluding a planned transition process. In this period there
also occurred the renewal of the Board of Directors and
of the Supervisory Board of FPPS.
In the course of its 35 years of existence, FPPS has
strictly observed its objective to offer the Promon Group’s
professionals the conditions for a dignified retirement, with
actions that are developed in both the accrual of reserves
stage as in that of the payment of benefits. For 2011,
FPPS plans new actions to intensify the relationship with its
participants, by means of initiatives in the communication
and in the financial education areas.
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/ INSTITUTO DE TECNOLOGIA
PROMON
A nonprofit organization, the Instituto de Tecnologia Promon
(ITP) aims to generate and spread technological knowledge in
the market sectors viewed as being strategic to the Promon
Group. In the course of its four years of existence, the ITP,
by means of its activities, has contributed to the management
of organizational knowledge, to the development of talents
and to encourage debate on emerging technologies.
The most important initiative of ITP in 2010 was the
methodological support given to the Programa Trajetórias
(Trajectories Program). This program, the pilot stages of
which were developed in the preceding year, is oriented
towards the technical and managerial qualification of Promon
Engenharia’s professionals. It adopts an innovative model,
by means of which it transforms the knowledge produced or
brought into operation by the company into training modules
based on the most modern distance-education technologies.
Sharing their knowledge, more than sixty senior
professionals, called “masterminds”, worked to make contents
systemic, which were then adapted to multimedia language
to form the training modules. The learning courses thus made
available are a combination of different modules and their
participants count on the support of tutors. Coordinated by
the ITP and relying on technical support from a company
specialized in the formatting and distribution of digital
contents, Trajetórias recorded at the end of 2010 a total
of 26 finished modules and another 22 under preparation.
The year also marked the conclusion of the four
academic researches sponsored by the Trainee Program
for Master’s and Doctorate degree students, an initiative
focused on the identification of and support for the
formation of talents in areas that are strategic for the
organization. Institutionally linked to Promon, the students
selected by ITP were able to dedicate themselves fully
to their research, preparing dissertations in the areas of
energy and sustainable development.
The “Promon 2020” project, a long-term strategic
planning project developed by the Group in 2010, brings
new challenges and inspires the steps to be taken by ITP.
The Institute aims to align all of its action fronts in the
creation of “technological observatories”. The idea is to
provide support to the organization by means of debates,
analyses and studies of the new technological horizons
connected with subjects that will help to point out Promon’s
journey towards the future.
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/ INSTITUTO RAZÃO SOCIAL
In the course of its eight years of existence, the Instituto
Razão Social has been developing distance training projects
oriented towards educators from the public school networks
throughout Brazil, and has gone on to consolidate itself while
aiming to mobilize resources, to include new partners and
new knowledge. With an innovative concept, the Institute
was created as the result of collaboration between different
companies. Guided by their shared beliefs, Promon and
Gerdau, counting on an online platform provided by IBM,
optimized their social investments and structured Razão
Social by giving priority to the networks and their interaction.
Brazil’s dimensions, its diversity and the challenges of
education are dealt with based on a differentiated strategy:
distance education, which makes it possible to achieve results
and broaden the range of the actions, reaching a larger
number of professionals, schools and education secretariats,
in less time and at a more affordable cost. The Institute’s
action takes place by means of continued training programs,
online learning courses, information technology management
projects and actions geared to private social investment in
the educational area.
One of the important actions of 2010 was the
implementation in online media of the Progestão, a program of
the Conselho Nacional de Secretários de Educação — Consed
(National Council of Education Secretaries) for the qualification
of the managerial teams of public schools. Developed on the
IBM platform and sponsored by Promon, Gerdau, Santander
and Oi Futuro, the online Progestão was applied at roughly
two hundred schools in seven Brazilian states and the Federal
District, reaching circa 2,800 teachers and 23 thousand
students. With the duration of one year, the learning course
comprises ten modules and is to be continued in 2011.
Also in the sphere of Consed, the Razão Social was invited
to become a member of the Governance Committee of
the National Reference Award in School Management, with
the challenge of modernizing this recognition initiative and
of attracting the participation of additional schools.
Another important front to be dealt with is that of Social
Mobilization for Education Plan, encouraged by the Ministry of
Education (MEC) to stimulate the involvement of civil society in
the effort to improve the quality of education. With the partnership
of the Instituto Votorantim and Instituto Paulo Montenegro, this
work is carried out in Araucária, in the State of Paraná, where the
CCPR (Camargo Corrêa and Promon Engenharia) consortium
is carrying out a project for Petrobras. A Mobilization Committee
has been organized and a meeting has been held to obtain
the adherence of other social players from the community to the
program. A training course has been given, including participants
from other local companies. These actions are to proceed in 2011.
In 2010, continuity was also ensured to the programs of
continued training for professionals of the municipal education
secretariats in the areas of reading and writing, infant education,
physical education and racial and ethnic diversity. Carried out
in a partnership with organizations such as Gerdau, Natura,
Instituto C&A and Santander, these actions comprised roughly
seventy Brazilian municipalities. One of the programs — that of
Formar em Rede (Training in Networks), a joint initiative with the
Instituto Avisa Lá, with focus on infant education — was twice
awarded significant recognition: it obtained prequalification
in the Educational Technologies Guide issued by MEC and was
a finalist in the selection process of the Social Programs
Investment Fund of the Fundação Itaú Social.
Distance education regards knowledge as being
a continuous process of construction and interaction, giving
priority to authorship, thought, dialogue and joint work. The
experience of Instituto Razão Social shows that the concerted
efforts of various partners, supported by the utilization of
information technology, with innovative contents and quality
mediation, may be a differential in the life of many municipalities,
educators and students.
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/ PROMON PROFESSIONALS APRIL 2011
Abilio Francisco Alves Junior | Acácia Nunes Castilho | Adalberto de Sousa Lima | Ader
Felicio Pedro | Adilson Celso Altruda | Adilson Delanhese | Adilson Salomão Cavati
Júnior | Adilson Sant'Anna | Adriana do Carmo Cardozo | Adriana Paula Gonçalves
Azevedo | Adriana Rezende de Castro | Adriana Sant'Anna | Adriane Takeda | Adriano
Gritti | Adriano Nunes da Fontoura | Agnaldo de Sá Oliveira | Agnaldo Moura | Agnaldo
Vieira de Oliveira | Ailson José R. de Siqueira | Ailton Viel | Alberto da Silva Seguro |
Alcides Rodrigues de Figueiredo Junior | Alcimar de Carvalho Fischer | Alcino
Fernandes Serra Filho | Aldo Rodrigues Alves | Alessandra Moreira Duarte |
Alessandra Prestes de Cerqueira | Alessandro de Oliveira Braga da Silva | Alessandro
Reina Torres | Alex Faria Sandoval | Alex Guidi | Alex Lebrão de Carvalho | Alex Sandro
Oliveira | Alex Silva de Souza | Alexander Baptista Artibano | Alexandra Prado Liem |
Alexandre Cesar Pereira de Paula | Alexandre Couto Bagdzius | Alexandre da Roza da
Silva | Alexandre de Almeida Máximo | Alexandre de Campos Barros | Alexandre de
Castro da Cruz | Alexandre de Oliveira Martins | Alexandre Diegas de Barros |
Alexandre Francisco | Alexandre Garcia Santana | Alexandre Goncharov | Alexandre
Lopes Valverde | Alexandre Murakami | Alexandre Otoshi | Alexandre Regnani |
Alexsandro de Souza | Alfredo A. F. Guimarães | Alice Satiko Sato S. Torres Pinto | Alike
dos Santos Nucci | Aline Ramos da Silva | Aline Severini Pinto Ferreira | Aline Vieira de
Carvalho | Allan Castro Cardoso | Almir da Silva Guimarães Júnior | Alvano de Araujo
Tomei | Álvaro Bragança Júnior | Alysson de Farias de Araujo | Amália Camillo Avakian |
Amanda Carla Silva | Amanda Matos Rodrigues de Sá | Ana Beatriz L. de Campos Bicudo |
Ana Carina Viana de Carvalho Rocco | Ana Carla dos Anjos Rodrigues do Amparo | Ana
Carolina Cursino Fukushima | Ana Carolina Kliemann Dutra | Ana Celia Alves Caldas |
Ana Claudia dos Santos Ferreira | Ana Elisa Gargione | Ana Flávia da Silva Barbosa | Ana
Flávia Querido de Souza | Ana Justina Ferrugem | Ana Luiza de Noronha Roque | Ana
Luiza Lavoura Corrêa | Ana Luiza Silva Mattoso Salgado | Ana Patrícia Barros Torraca
| Ana Paula Guimarães Santoro | Ana Paula Maciel Serio | Ana Raquel Calais de Siqueira
| Anderson Abreu Rodrigues | Anderson Marcelus Praxedes | Anderson Marques
Amatucci | Anderson Roberto dos Santos | Anderson Roberto Toledo da Silva |
Anderson Silva Claro | André Costa Moreira | André de Carvalho Paro | André de
Lucena Zanco | André Fagundes da Rocha | André Filipe Fernandes | Andre Guilherme
Ferreira | André Hiroshi de O. Nishina | André Kalil | André Kleiman Arantes | André Luís
Lapa Trancoso | André Luiz Castello Branco | André Luiz Posada Restier | André
Martins de Martini | André Massoli Salsa | André Natali Schonert | André Oliveira
Silveira | André Sidney Spinardi | André Simões Costa | André Valério Lopes | Andre
Varella Nemirovsky | Andrea Beatriz Ramalho Flores | Andrea de Figueiredo Grangeiro
Lima | Andrea de Paula Augusto | Andréa Guimarães Barroso Mafra | Andréa Romano
dos Santos Gonzales | Andréia Alves Ferreira | Andréia de Sousa Lolago | Andréia
Furlan | Andrews Brito Figueiredo | Andrey Seiji Shimada | Andreza Polcelli Godoi |
Anesio Cardoso Gomes Ferreira | Ângela Maria Leite de Araújo Silva | Angela Moreira |
Angela Yuka Katayama | Angelina Oliveira Coimbra | Anibal Siqueira de Souza Junior |
Anisio da Silva Pamplona Corte Real | Anna Carolina Alvares Cruz Volpon | Anna
Carolina de Paiva Leal Ferreira | Anna Gabriela Novis Freire Duarte | Anna Maria
Valente | Anne Beatriz Z. Ferreira | Annelise Regina N. de Toledo | Antonio Augusto
Vellasco Filho | Antonio Bernardes Baccaglini Junior | Antonio Carlos Costa Batista |
Antonio Carlos de Oliveira Laus | Antônio de Lázaro M. Hirata | Antonio Ferreira do
Amaral | Antonio Francisco Araujo de Oliveira | Antônio Henrique de Menezes Neves |
Antônio José Lins dos Santos | Antônio Maurício D. da S. Fortes | Antonio Nilson Vieira
Sobrinho | Antônio Renato de Campos Junior | Antonio Victor Comim | Aparecido José
Alves Filho | Áquila Moreira Pedrosa | Arlim Ronald Mendes Botão Filho | Armando
Ayres Moraes Oliveira | Armando Eduardo Barbieri | Armando Soares Barboza Neto |
Artur Soave Frezza | Audrey Godoy da Silva | Augusto César Brauns Munhão | Augusto
Ivo dos Santos Filho | Ayami Vivas Ottoboni | Bárbara Borges dos Reis Muniz | Barbara
Seixas de Siqueira | Beatriz Novaes de Miranda | Bellina Moresi Britto | Benedito
Aparecido dos Santos | Bergson Barbosa de Sales | Boris Rotter | Boris Schorohodoff
| Breno Bertolani Carli | Brígida Maria Gilly Nardy | Bruna Carolina Valério | Bruna
Opalkie | Bruno César Vaz | Bruno Coelho Miguel | Bruno da Costa Pereira | Bruno
Farias Campos | Bruno Gazzaneo | Bruno José Lima Ferreira | Bruno Martins de
Carvalho | Bruno Miranda Gonçalves Soares | Bruno Nunes Escabora | Bruno Picozzi |
Bruno Pires Bandarovsky | Bruno Wilson Hodge | Caio Almeida Sá Moreira de Oliveira |
Caio Augusto Gardelli | Caio Marcelo Ferreira Santos | Caio Victor Barbosa Martins |
Camila de Pina Caldo | Camila Fabiana de Mello Henriches | Camila Nogueira de Andrade
| Cândida Samia Vieira da Silva | Caren Tie Itagaki | Carina A. Pires Amado | Carl José
Westhoff | Carla Bandeira | Carla dos Santos Silva | Carla Paes Cavalcante | Carla
Rodrigues de Sousa | Carla Soldan | Carlile Diniz Satiro | Carlo Penteado Genzani |
Carlos Alberto Angelini | Carlos Alberto Centrone | Carlos Alberto de G. Filizola |
Carlos Alberto F. de Paiva | Carlos Alberto Moller Pingarilho | Carlos Alberto
Simionato Junior | Carlos André Alvarenga Costa | Carlos Augusto C. Barcellos |
Carlos Augusto de Souza | Carlos Diego G. de Oliveira | Carlos Eduardo Campista de
Sousa | Carlos Eduardo Corrêa | Carlos Eduardo da Silva Louvize | Carlos Eduardo
Dias | Carlos Eduardo Dias Moreira | Carlos Eduardo Marques | Carlos Eduardo Molina
| Carlos Eduardo Paulino Gaudêncio | Carlos Eduardo Saraiva | Carlos Eduardo
Tanaka Magrini | Carlos Eugênio Ferreira Rosa | Carlos Frederico Silva | Carlos Giovani
Giraldeli | Carlos Henrique de Carvalho | Carlos Henrique Loureiro Zink | Carlos
Henrique Martins dos Santos | Carlos Henriques Ventura do Rosário Oliveira | Carlos
José Ros de Amorim | Carlos Magno de Jesus Pereira | Carlos Manuel Silvestre Cabral
| Carlos Peçanha Filho | Carlos Renato de Araujo Tavares Cordeiro | Carlos Roberto
Barros | Carlos Roberto Burri | Carlos Rodrigo Cordeiro Alves | Carlos Thomaz G.
Lopes Júnior | Carlos Tsutomu Shirota | Carolina Andressa Minesio | Carolina Dorta |
Carolina Honorato dos Santos | Carolina Munuera Oliveira | Carolina Santoro Friede
| Carolina Saturnino Braga Ennes | Carolina Sayaka Umetsu | Carolina Vasconcelos
Barreto | Caroline Duarte de Oliveira | Cassia Bonin | Cássia Regina Martins | Cássio
Ricardo de Moura | Célia Doki | Celso Kiyoshi Honda | Celso Pereira da Silva | Celso
Tadashi Kuniyoshi | César Augusto Adamo | César Augusto Vilela | César Balduino
Ciampi | César Luís Pessanha Ferreira | César Ricardo Grassi | Cesar Roberto de O.
Brochado | Cesar Rogerio Lucusi | Charles François de Fraipont | Christian Andreas
Kurzhals | Christiane Cabral Vieira Yazigi | Christiane Regina da Costa | Christiano
Morette | Cícero Fernando Sancho | Cícero Gageiro Ferreira | Cícero Pereira Barbosa |
Cícero Victor Franco Facciolla | Cidmar Xavier Elpidio | Cíntia de Souza Pereira | Cintia
Priscila Yoshimura | Clarice Hiromi Otsuki | Clarissa Maciel dos Santos | Clarissa
Toscano | Clarisse Cortes Moreira | Clauber Carvalho Gomes | Claudia Cecilia Ortiz
Zamorano Lorente | Cláudia Mariscal Roberto Alves | Claudia Regina G. Formicola |
Claudia Silva Cunha | Cláudio de Lucena Pó | Cláudio Futigami | Claudio Guimarães de
Freitas | Cláudio Pereira Cardoso | Claudio Pfiszter | Claudio Roberto Fernandes |
Cléber Benedito de B. Cabral | Cleison Atala | Cleison Caetano dos Santos | Cleriston
Veiga Silva Novaes | Cristiane Aparecida dos Santos | Cristiane dos Santos Silveira |
Cristiane Gaspar Mendes | Cristiane Giacomini Maldonado | Cristiane Medeiros de
Almeida | Cristiane Mieko Sekiguti | Cristiane Papaleo Vianna | Cristiano Albuquerque
Duarte | Cristiano Cruz | Cristiano dos Santos Machado | Cristiano Schiavon Vieira |
Cristina Belchior Ferraz | Cristina Mori Miyata | Cristina Naomi Makibara | Cristina
Sumiko Sato | Dagoberto Salles Neto | Dalila Mazetto dos Santos | Damião Fernandes
de Barros | Dani Everton Azevedo Dias | Daniel Buzinari de Souza | Daniel Cunha Amorim
| Daniel Domingues | Daniel Dutra Fernandez | Daniel Felipe Müller do Amaral | Daniel
Fernando Yamashita Costa | Daniel Ferreira de Lima | Daniel Kawamoto | Daniel Kraft
Bulgarelli | Daniel Soares Carreiro | Daniel Soliani de Castro | Daniel Zanardi de
Camargo | Daniel Zilberberg | Daniela Alves Beraldo | Daniela Carina Cartarozzi Silva |
Daniela Lanziani Katayama Marques | Daniela Romano dos Santos | Daniele Cristina
Silva Ferreira | Daniella Antonieta Alves de Sousa Reis | Daniella dos Santos Pizzo |
Daniella Pires Michel da Mota | Danielle Borely Ferreira de Lima | Danielle Roballo
Gomes | Danielli Lúcia Augusto | Danilo Alves de Souza | Danilo Bastos Mehler | Danilo
Cunha de Souza | Danilo Inamine | Danilo Naman Cardoso | Danilo Padula Barbosa |
Danilo Rodrigues Lima | Danilo Roma Sella | Danny Bonini Pariz | Davi Ferreira Maciel
Fernandes | Davi Turques Tavares | David Andrade de Souza | Débora Bechara
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Vasconcelos Cavaleiro | Debora Brabetz Sandonato | Debora Marques Cardoso Costa
| Denis Caje Henrique | Denis Galindo Ventura | Denis Iannucci Junior | Denis Sneider
Iabrude | Denis Venturini Arantes | Denise da Costa | Denise da Penha Bellini | Denise
Yamamoto | Dennis Messias dos Santos Silva | Diego Castilho Ferreira Leme | Diego Celso
Lopes Ballico | Diego de Azevedo | Diego de Oliveira | Diego de Oliveira Godoi | Diego
Estrela de Menezes | Diego Fernandes Ribeiro | Diego Junca de Gonzaga Balbi | Diego
Lourenço Cartacho | Diego Salvaia | Dimas da Cunha | Dino Miozzo Neto | Diogo Militão
Marques | Diogo Ribeiro Mendes | Dirceu Teixeira | Diva Martins Rosas e Silva | Domingos
Santin Neto | Donizete Mariano de Oliveira | Doris Chika Ifekaibeya | Doris Lam | Douglas
Consoli Ruys | Douglas Lorca Junior | Douglas Lozato | Douglas Vargas Alvim | Douglas
Vargas de Andrade | Edegilson Ribeiro de Souza Junior | Eder Alves Dantas | Éder de
Almeida Sousa | Eder de Faria | Ederson Moris Junior | Edgar Alves Nastri | Edgar Macari
Junior | Edgard Costa Magalhães | Edilamar Andrade Rodrigues | Edilene Cristiane da
Silva | Edileuza Lopes Silva | Edilson Roberto Signorelli | Edinilson Sampaio Gomes |
Edna Maria da Rocha Barros | Ednéia Cristieli Borges | Ednelson Miranda | Ednilson
Roberto da Paixão | Ednir Jorge Arantes | Edson Alexandre Miklos | Edson Aparecido
Borba | Edson Freitas da Silva | Edson Freitas Ribeiro | Edson Gonçalves dos Santos |
Edson Pedro Forquesato | Edson Sakai | Edson Suetake | Eduardo Aparecido Rabello |
Eduardo Beno Heinemann Cohn | Eduardo Bittencourt Luz | Eduardo Deszo da Silva |
Eduardo dos Santos Terra | Eduardo Fozzatti | Eduardo Fragelli | Eduardo Gianasi
Junior | Eduardo Gurjão Salgado Argento | Eduardo Henrique Tessarioli | Eduardo
Lopes da Cunha | Eduardo Magalhães Lopes | Eduardo Marciano Alonso | Eduardo
Melon Barroso | Eduardo Moreira dos Santos | Eduardo Salles Cunha Peres | Eduardo
Serratte dos Santos | Eduardo Shigueo Harada | Eduardo Soares Mauro | Eduardo
Tashiro | Eduardo Werneck Vieira Marques | Egberto André de Meo Junior | Elaine
Cristina Goulart | Elaine Freitas Santos de Lyra | Elaine Sayuri Kaminagakura | Elcio
Garcia Botelho | Eleonora Pereira Nunes Vieira | Eliana Campos Pedroso | Eliana
Cristina Alonso | Eliana de Almeida Pereira | Eliana Missias da Silva | Eliana Miyuki
Yagueshita | Eliana Rodrigues de Souza Leão | Eliane Aparecida Branco | Eliane
Aparecida da Silva Tavares | Elias Pereira | Eliel Tosini dos Santos Neves | Eliete Pereira
Rodrigues | Elisangela Mendes Vitrio | Eliuson Viana Barros | Elton Honorato de
Oliveira | Elton Pereira Soares | Elvis Marques Alves Araujo | Emanuela Maria Vilaça |
Emanuela Pessoa de Araújo | Emeli Quaglio Aguiar | Emerson Pereira Irmão | Emmerson
Maziero | Enilson Siqueira Santiago Júnior | Eric Lazare François Rosenthal | Erich
Araújo Bastos | Erick Robert Heinrich | Ernandes Candido Francisco | Esli Campos
Camargo | Eugenio Charles Soares | Eurico Marques | Evaldo L. de Viveiros Ferreira |
Everton Alexandre Cabral | Fabiana Aparecida de Paula | Fabiana do Amaral Godioso |
Fabiana Mara Lopes Barros Santos | Fabio Abreu Hashimoto | Fábio Alexandre da Silva
Sampaio | Fábio Alves Carneiro | Fabio Antonio Braga Padrão Gomes | Fabio Asnis Campos
da Silva | Fabio Batista Guilherme | Fábio Bittencourt Ramos de Oliveira | Fabio Cunha |
Fábio de Sousa Serra | Fabio Faria Leahy Guerra | Fabio Fernandes Ertner | Fabio
Ferreira de Souza Marzionna | Fabio Gama de Almeida | Fabio José Santana | Fabio Leite
de Barros | Fábio Lemes Daneluzzi | Fábio Luís Aguiar Pinto | Fabio Luiz Approbato | Fábio
Marques dos Santos | Fábio Medeiros Damasceno | Fábio Modesti Orsini de Castro | Fabio
Montrezor | Fabio Moraes Rodrigues | Fabio Pires Macedo | Fabio Risério Moura de
Oliveira | Fábio Rodrigues Alves Margarido | Fabio Romera | Fábio Sogumo | Fabio Telles
Bloise | Fábio Vieira dos Santos | Fábio Viva Jardim | Fábio Yoshio Miyake | Fabricia de
Souza Moreira | Fabrício Araujo Lopes da Costa | Fabrício Correia Sales | Fabricio Kenji
Sato | Fatima Regina Pires M. Ramos | Felipe Alceu Amoroso Lima | Felipe Andrade Pires |
Felipe Carlos de Almeida | Felipe Carlos Pelegrina | Felipe Ciriaco Fernandes | Felipe de
Lacerda Jordão | Felipe Gonzaga da Silva | Felipe Loturco | Felipe Sá Dedoni | Felipe
Samuel Lando | Felipe Tavares Nigro | Fernanda Dantas Santos | Fernanda Martins
Santana | Fernanda Salgado Ferreira | Fernanda Spada Villar | Fernanda Stevanatto
Gonçalves | Fernando Augusto Bacurau | Fernando Buoro Auler | Fernando Calfa
Espudaro | Fernando da Cruz e Silva | Fernando Daniel Finger | Fernando Ferrari Filho
| Fernando Garcia Faustino | Fernando Henrique de Assis Cunha | Fernando Henrique
Gines | Fernando Luis Sobral | Fernando Marques da Silva Yoshikawa | Fernando Mauro
da Silva Santos | Fernando Medina Loitero | Fernando Mendes Pimentel Junior |
Fernando Silva de Santana | Fernando Yudi Sakamoto | Filipe Abdalla Teixeira Neto |
Filipe Anelli Louzano | Filipe Barbosa Olmos | Filipe Botelho Baptista | Filipe da Silva
Peixoto | Filipe Nascimento de Lima | Flávia Chicharo Prata Lisboa | Flávia Fernanda
Soares dos Santos | Flavia Gabrielle Peixoto T. de Freitas | Flavia Martins Matos | Flávia
Oliveira dos Santos | Flavia Pinho e Silva Bastos | Flávia Regina Munhoz | Flávio Alves de
Carvalho | Flávio Eduardo da Cruz | Flavio Ferucio Estevam | Flávio Magalhães dos Reis
| Flávio Minoru Maruyama | Flávio Norberto Marques | Flavio Silva Pinto | France Nilda
Mendonça da Silva | Francisco Angelo Precinotto Junior | Francisco Carlos Mazoni |
Francisco Carlos Rufino | Francisco Eugênio da S. Telles | Francisco Ferraro Neto |
Francisco Ferreira Segundo | Francisco José Hirama Moreira Lopes Ribeiro | Francisco
José Kiernann Lopez | Frederico Eiji Kawasaki | Frederico Guilherme de Lima | Fredi
Gouveia de Souza Lins | Gabriel de Camargo Souza | Gabriela Angela Ferreira | Gabriela
Cavallini Fernandes | Gabriela Gaspardo de Souza | Gabriela Santa Cruz Neves |
Gabriela Tiemi Hattori Grandis | Geane Aparecida Silva dos Santos | Geny Matsui |
Geovani Coutinho de Oliveira | Geovani Maluta | Gerson Coelho Bezerra | Gerson Mauch
dos Santos | Giancarlo Cittadino | Giancarlo Freitas Maruggi | Gianjosé Santoro Junior
| Gilberto Ciriaco Costa Neto | Gilberto Costa Coutinho | Gilberto Pereira da Silva |
Gilmar Moisés da Silva | Gilmar Nadim Ribeiro | Gilson Antonio Canciani | Gilson Galvão
Krause | Giovanni José Lunardi | Gisele Botelho Alves de Souza | Gisele Braga
Gonçalves Alves | Gisele Conde | Gisele Koch | Giselle Chaves Quaresma | Gislenia
Oliveira dos Santos | Glacy Kelly Campos Fernandes | Gladson Bernardino Alves |
Glauber Baptista Gondim Leite | Glaucemir de Jesus Magalhães Consentini | Glória Maia
dos Santos | Glória Tereza Corominas Signorelli Ferreira | Graciano Argento Amorim |
Guilherme Amadi de Moraes Cruz | Guilherme Piasentin Vertamatti | Guilherme
Rodrigues Buzo | Gustavo Adolpho F. de Oliveira | Gustavo Affonso Arnaut P. Lopes |
Gustavo Alonso Daud Patavino | Gustavo Gonçalves dos Santos | Gustavo Goulart dos
Santos | Gustavo Henrique de Almeida Gonçalves | Gustavo Henrique dos Santos
Camargo | Gustavo Henrique Moreira Alves | Gustavo Henrique Rubin Ferreira | Gustavo
Perilo Roberti | Gustavo Smari Guimarães | Gustavo Soares Rocha | Gustavo Teixeira
Costa | Gutemberg Marques Júnior | Hamilton Bacellar Filho | Heitor Cavalcante da
Silva | Helaine Sanches Misael | Hélcio Bravo Mosciaro | Helcio Ferreira de Souza
Chagas | Helena Ventura Milidiu | Helga Kaltbeitzer Daud | Hélio Mazzilli Xavier de
Mendonca | Hellen Pereira Vitali | Heloisa da Silva Figueira | Heloisa Helena Nogueira |
Heloisa Ramos de Campos Mello | Henrique Barros Riego | Henrique de Andrade
Marques | Henrique Hilsdorf Marotta | Herbert José Azevedo | Hércules Reis Fragata |
Hudson Ferreira Batista Júnior | Hudson Freire Saraiva Melo | Hudson Rafael de Lazari
| Hugo Iha Oyakawa | Hugo Oscar Brodskyn | Humberto Checco Martinelli | Iara
Mazzoca Nazario | Iara Nomura Baba | Igor Bigolli | Inae Cabral Lucato | Ines Pereira de
Santana | Ingrid Araujo de Oliveira Corregiari | Irene Makie Ogau | Iria Lúcia Giampaoli |
Iris Firmino dos Santos Filho | Iron Augusto de Sena Paranhos | Isabel Chagas Gomide |
Isabela Alcover França de Oliveira | Isabele Souza Augusto | Isabella Foot Guimarães
Costallat | Isaías Araújo Maciel Azeredo | Isidro Costa Serra | Israel Alves Rebouças |
Ítalo de Gusmão Barros Teixeira | Ivan Barbosa da Silva Junior | Ivan Cozaciuc | Ivan Cruz
Furtado | Ivan Curvello Martins de Souza | Ivan Marques Cunha | Ivo Godoi Junior | Ivone
Faria Oliveira de Carvalho | Izabella Campolina Silva e Hemprich | Izabella Mundim
Brito | Jacques Henri Gallier | Jacques Magalhães Benain | Jaime Nunes dos Santos | Jair
Ramos de Almeida | Jairo Mandelbaum | Jalmiro Rocha Silva Sobrinho | James de Souza
da Silva | Janaína Maria Costa Tenório | Janderly Wagner de Azevedo | Janderson
Taguchi | Jane Silva Leonardi | Jaqueline Borges | Jaqueline Cristina Maznik | Jaqueline
Labate Garcia Pollastrini | Jaqueline Priscyla Góes Cipriani | Jaudete Daltio |
Jefferson da Silva Tavares | Jefferson de Souza Alves Rodrigues | Jefferson Leandro
Anselmo | Jesse Martins Macedo | Jéssica de Souza Monteiro | Jessica Mari Yamamoto |
Jhuli Meire Takahara | Joanna de Paiva Areal | João A. Gotardi Albanezi | João Alberto
Silva de Oliveira | João Antônio da Silva Neto | João Aristeu Avanzini | João Augusto
Ribeiro Fontoura | João Batista de Souza | João Carlos Baboni | João Carlos dos Reis |
João Ciro Ruchinski | João Ernesto Tessarollo Winter | João Gualberto Andrade | João
Henrique Ferreira de Freitas | João Lazaro Buono | João Lucas Augusto | João Lucas
Costa Ribeiro | João Luiz de Freitas | João Luiz Juca | João Patricio Alves Dias | João Paulo
Aragão Pereira | João Ricardo Cury Salloum | João Victor da Costa | João Yoshio
Makiyama | Jobel Freitas da Silva | Jonas Bonimasso Martins da Silva | Jonathan Luquesi
de Medeiros | Jorge Alexandre Lagos Leite | Jorge da Costa Souza | Jorge de Carvalho
Ramos | Jorge Donato S. do Carmo | Jorge Francisco Cutigi | Jorge Luiz Caruzzo | Jorge
Luiz Corrêa Pires | Jorge Rodrigues Patrício | Jorge Shoiti Motoyama | José Adilson
Franciscatto | José Aparecido de Lisboa | José Carlos da Silva Lopes | José Carlos
Dalla Greppe | José Carlos Grosso | José Carlos Neves | José Carlos Pires Felix | José
Devanildo do Nascimento | José Edson de Jesus Ferreira | José Eduardo Antonello
Marques | José Felipe Santos da Silva | José Fernando Carniel | José Fernando Valor
Gonçalves | José Francisco de Paula Salles | José Glicério Bastos Manhães | José Jessé
de Oliveira | José Laexson Pereira | José Luiz Matioli | José Luiz Rossi | José Luiz
Sant'Anna | José Mário de Laurentis | José Mauro Rodrigues | José Nilson Ferreira | José
Octavio Lisboa de Alvarenga | José Rafael Janini Ortiz | José Renato Pereira | José
Renato Santoro | José Roberto Bazzo | José Roberto Moreira de Araújo | José Roberto
Proença G. da Silva | José Roberto Ruschel Siffert | José Rodrigo Parreira | José
Romildo Gurgel C. Lima Filho | José Santiago Rodrigues Moure | José Tadeu Gomes
Guimarães | Joséph Michell Medeiros Bezerra | Jouderson Oliveira Matos | Juan
Lourenço Fandino Landeira | Judineide Cardoso de Melo | Júlia dos Santos Gomes
Carneiro | Julia Paula Washington Dias | Juliana Akemi Nakamura | Juliana Maria Silva |
Juliana Mendes Couto | Juliana Mohn | Juliana Nascimento de Moura | Juliana Ribeiro
Mariano Martins | Juliana Vasconcellos | Juliane Caligiuri Fernandes Brandão |
Juliano de Faria Chagas | Julio Cesar Casteli | Júlio César de Barros Cunha | Julio
Cesar Martins | Júlio César Trevisi Orlandi | Julio Cesar Viana da Silva | Julio Cezar
Bulgaroni De Lisboa | Julio Ferreira Junior | Julio Victor Martins de Magalhães | Júnio
César Catete de Souza | Kaio Leandro Lopes Moreira | Karen Fernanda Volpolini |
Karina de Borborema Loureiro | Karina Ghion Bestagno Alonso | Karina Helena
Bernardes do Nascimento Marques | Karina Monzano da Silva | Karina Rodrigues da
Silva | Karine de Fátima Vasconcellos | Karla Fernanda Armond de Miranda | Kassyus
Roberto Rocha de Souza | Kátia Cilene Ackermann | Katia Cilene Leite | Kátia Elias
Jarroug | Kátia Virgínia Coelho Guimarães | Katya Marion Pereira | Keila Teixeira Reis |
Kelli Cristina Bersch Chaves | Kelly Fonte de Azevedo | Kelvin Yuso Tamura | Klaus
Georg Hansen | Kleber Lopreto Tomazetti | Konstanze Maria Bevilacqua | Laís Cardoso
de Andrade | Lara Alves de Oliveira Soares | Lara Rolim Schlittler | Larisse Maria
Romanini Gois | Larry Barbosa Favre | Laura Altobello Antunes | Leandra Ribeiro de O.
e Silva | Leandro André Rodrigues Barasniewski | Leandro Gaona Rodrigues Alves |
Leandro Gomes da Silva | Leandro Ianicelli Marques | Leandro José Aguilar Andrijic
Malandrin | Leandro Makoto Neves Hoshina | Leandro Rodrigues M. de Marco | Leandro
Yudi Seki | Leidiane Dantas de Araujo | Leonardo Arkader Fragozo | Leonardo de Lima
Ferreira | Leonardo Degobi da Silva | Leonardo Elias Mariote | Leonardo Hideki
Ishikiriyama | Leonardo Jardim Maria Gouveia | Leonardo Manesco Barban | Leonardo
Meira Ottolini | Leonardo Monteiro Gadelha | Leonardo Moraes Puerari | Leonardo
Nunes de Oliveira | Leonardo Tadeu Neves Santana | Leonardo Weir Feng | Letícia
Cristina Cotrin Loro | Letícia Locatelli | Lígia Ayssami | Lígia Senise Ferreira Bussad |
Lilian Santos Castro Martins | Lincoln Edwige da Silva | Lívia de Lima Pereira | Lívia de
Rezende Bragança | Lívia Júlio Pacheco | Lourdes Maria R. S. Atanazio Uchôa | Lucas de
Andrade | Lucas Dutra Pinz | Lucas Ferraz Benício Castagna | Lucas Leal Pinheiro |
Lucas Markowicz Bastos | Lucas Nobumichi Yshii | Lucélia Aparecida Pupo Massarani |
Lúcia Helena Lombas | Luciana Inhari Campos | Luciana Maekawa | Luciana Miguel de
Oliveira | Luciana Ramos Tavitian | Luciana Smith Trotta Leão | Luciana Vassão Gaspar |
Luciano Bezerra Rodovalho | Luciano Claro dos Santos | Luciano Davoglio Molinari |
Luciano José Pescarini | Luciano Junger de Carvalho | Luciano Leite Nobre de Sousa |
Luciano Santiago Rosas | Lucilene Sartori Tchian | Lucimara Aparecida da Silva | Lucio A.
Pivoto | Lui Werner Formaggini | Luis Aldo Del Rio de Vos | Luís Augusto Chinaglia | Luis
Augusto de Carvalho Farias | Luís Augusto Teixeira Silva | Luís Carlos Moreira Bicalho
| Luís Celso Pengo Martins | Luís Cláudio Marincek | Luis Eduardo Sozio | Luís Eduardo
Sym Cardoso | Luís Fernando Zagonel | Luis Guilherme de Andrade Rezende | Luis
Henrique de Godoy | Luís Minoru Shibata | Luis Miyoshi Baba | Luís Pascoal da Silva Gama
| Luiz Antonio Medeiros Sharp | Luiz Augusto Vianna | Luiz Carlos de Carvalho Marques
| Luiz Carlos Galvão | Luiz Carlos Lopes de Lima | Luiz Carlos Monari | Luiz Claudio
Campos Ribeiro | Luiz Ernesto Gemignani | Luiz Estevam Granato | Luiz Felipe Pizzini | Luiz
Fernando Nunan Bicalho | Luiz Fernando Telles de Souza | Luiz Fernando Telles Rudge
| Luiz Filipe Absalão | Luiz Francisco Palmieri | Luiz Gonzaga Marinho Brandão | Luiz
Gustavo Monteiro Lisboa | Luiz Massayoshi Omatsu | Luiz Otávio Guerreiro de Castro |
Luiz Roberto de O. Campagnon | Luiz Roberto Silva Garcia | Luiza Maria Barboza Carneiro
| Luiza Tassinari Moraes | Luzia Tavares Barbosa | Magnus Correa Marques Russo |
Manoel Marcilio Sanches | Manoel Rodrigues Justino Filho | Marcel Mancuso Thomé |
Marcela da Silva | Marcela de Carvalho Freschi | Marcela Lopes Balla | Marcelo André
Alves | Marcelo Antonio Pereira | Marcelo Brasil Calvet | Marcelo Cardoso Luz |
Marcelo Carletti | Marcelo Carlos Caravieri | Marcelo Ciscan | Marcelo da Silva Ramos
| Marcelo de Almeida Alexandre | Marcelo de Andrade Hofer | Marcelo de Barros
Ribeiro | Marcelo de Souza Oliveira | Marcelo Donizete Camilo | Marcelo dos Santos
Rodrigues | Marcelo Erbolato Gabiatti | Marcelo Fernandes Gottardo | Marcelo
Fernandes Marques Barbosa | Marcelo Julidori | Marcelo Julio | Marcelo Luposelli
Petraglia | Marcelo Malta Domingos | Marcelo Mateus Duro | Marcelo Menegatti |
Marcelo Monzani | Marcelo Pereira Zenerato | Marcelo Rigon | Marcelo Sala | Marcelo
Saraiva de Almeida | Marcelo Yamada Araujo | Marcia A. Fernandes Kopelman | Marcia
Cristina Vicente | Márcia de Almeida Vittori Ferreira | Márcia Maria Ferraresi | Márcia
Regina Condotta | Márcia Ruzene Dias | Márcio Adriano Rossetti | Marcio Almeida de
Oliveira | Márcio André Fleury P. Ribeiro | Marcio Augusto Nalin | Márcio Aurélio de
Paula Antunes | Marcio Castellani de Lima | Márcio Emídio Gavioli | Márcio Nieblas
Zapater | Marcio Oliveira Reesink | Marcio Soares Gamelleiro | Marcio Vinicius Saldanha
Vieira | Marcio Yudi Sato | Márcio Yukio Tsumura | Marcionilio Paulino | Marco Antônio
Argibay Rodriguez | Marco Antonio Barbosa | Marco Antonio Barreto Ceccarelli |
Marco Antonio Bérgamo | Marco Antonio Coelho | Marco Antonio Moreira Sasso |
Marco Aurelio Bega | Marco Aurélio Dias Locatelli | Marco Luiz de Paula Bartulihe |
Marco Marques da Silva | Marcos Ablas Marques | Marcos Alexandre de Sousa |
Marcos Antônio da Silva de Melo | Marcos Antonio Montanari | Marcos César Bridi |
Marcos Fernando Rodrigues | Marcos José Pinheiro | Marcos Pimenta | Marcos Roberto
Biazotto | Marcos Santana Gomes | Marcos Theodoro Simon Siqueira | Marcos Vinícius
Costa de Oliveira | Marcus Dantas Braga | Margarita Inês de la L. Matheus | Mari Mizutani
| Maria Alice Dias | Maria Alice Nazare Dias | Maria Aparecida de Souza Peixoto | Maria
Aparecida dos Santos Novas | Maria Cecilia Motta Torres | Maria Christina de Mattos
Gomes | Maria Claudia de Magalhães Lima Seabra | Maria Cristina F. Palermo Nonaka |
Maria Cristina Pereira Coelho | Maria Cristina Varalla Mendes | Maria de Fatima M.
Takahashi | Maria de Fátima Pinto Antônio | Maria de Fátima Warchon Dias | Maria de
Lourdes Marcos | Maria Elizabeth Silva Pedro | Maria Flávia Teles Alckmin Ribeiro |
Maria Francisca Canello de Freitas Palombini | Maria Imaculada de F. F. Meneguessi |
Maria Inês de Lima | Maria Isabel A. F. Lins de Souza | Maria Lúcia da Silva | Maria Madalena
de O. Ferreira | Maria Marta Gallego | Mariana Centurione da Cruz | Mariana Costa
Tomazelli | Mariana Lopes C. de Albuquerque | Mariana Rocha de M. da Silva | Mariana
Rodrigues Coutinho | Mariana Schmid Blatter Moreira | Mariana Yoshioka | Marilene de
Souza P. da Cunha | Marília Abrahão de Araújo | Marilia Tedeschi Schiavolim | Marina
Basilio de Almeida Costa | Marina Maria dos Santos Guimarães | Mário de Souza | Mario
Jorge Duarte de Menezes | Mário Sérgio de Pina Ribeiro | Marisa Keiko Matsuda Nishimaki
| Maristela Ueta Funari | Marlise Campanella Bastos | Marta Elizabeth Colin | Marta
Maria Mota Peixoto | Marta Varella Savino | Martielo Cabelo Borelli Franco | Massayuki
Kawakita | Mateus Zegrini Nassar Garcia | Matheus Augusto da Silva | Matheus Dias de
Siqueira | Mauricio Carreira Soares | Mauricio Ferreira Siqueira | Maurício Francisco
Casotti | Maurício Gomes Norkus | Mauricio Kenji Arakaki | Maurício Kiyoshi Suga |
Maurício Morbelli Wagana | Mauricio Naegele da Cruz | Mauricio Sgarbi Goulart |
Maurício Villa d'Alva | Mauro Augusto Aguayo Leiva | Mauro Cesar Pereira | Mauro
Mosczynski | Mauro Rodrigo | Mauro Sérgio Mantovano | Mayra Cristina Falavigna |
Michel Silva Daros | Michele Daniel Paes | Michele de Mello Naresse | Michelle Aguilera
| Michelle Beatrice Fernandes | Milena de Oliveira Câmara | Milton Lopes Antelo Filho |
Milton Marcelini | Moacir de Mattos Bianchini | Moisés Alves Lopes | Moisés Falco |
Mônica Affonso Ferreira Mation | Mônica Aparecida Martins | Monica Baeta Guerra |
Mônica Correia Vilela | Mônica de C. Fernandes Bassoi | Monica Jani Drumond de Amorim
| Monica Maria Melo | Mônica Maria Orsolini | Monica Renata Costa Burity | Mônica
Renata Rocha Brasil | Mônica Ribeiro Marques | Monique Carleti | Morgana Beluci da
Silva Garcia | Nadia Cristina Silva Kushida | Natali Zamproni Feiteira Kilinski | Natália
Kühn Furlan | Natalia Mattos Luiz | Natália Rêgo de Mello | Natalie Moscardini Borba
Gamberini | Nathália Gomes de Almeida | Neide Aparecida Ferreira Vilela Pereira | Nélia
de Fatima Leonardo Sousa | Nelson de Andrade Rocha | Nelson Ikeda | Nelson Teixeira
Junior | Neusa Aparecida Sideri | Newton Rafael Zuppo | Nicholas de Picoli Zane | Nilceli
Gonçalves dos S Taliassaqui | Nilo Cesar Barbosa Junior | Nilson Batista | Nizia Maria
Lopes de Souza | Norival Sérgio da Silva | Nuno Filipe Mendes de Oliveira Pereira |
Octávio José Unti Noronha | Octavio Pieranti Filho | Odair José da Silva | Olivia Terence
Saa | Olívio Dionísio Júnior | Oscar Afonso Wong Chan | Osmundo Juste de Oliveira |
Osvaldo Alberto Faria | Osvaldo Alves de Oliveira | Osvaldo Bernardo Neto | Oswaldo
Boro | Otávio Souza Pires | Othon Bardela | Ovídio Arantes Moreira | Pascoal Bracco |
Patrícia Andrade Leite | Patrícia Cavalcanti R. Lopes | Patrícia Cohen | Patricia Cristina C.
Sibinelli | Patricia de Carvalho Gemmal | Patrícia de Oliveira E Silva | Patricia dos Santos
Manesco | Patricia Maria Moreira Escalera | Patrícia Parlato | Patrícia Ramos Gaspar
Rennó | Patrícia Sacon Gomes | Paula Bogar Sylvestre | Paula Cunha Lima Giudicelli |
Paula Hallais Ribeiro Marques | Paula Hiromi Kimura Prochnow | Paula Tramarin Vilela
| Paulo Adabo | Paulo Alves Paschoal | Paulo Antônio Arouca | Paulo Corrêa da Silva
Meyer | Paulo Cunha | Paulo Hamilton Ximenes | Paulo Henrique Andrade Stipp | Paulo
Hiroshi Koyama | Paulo Martinho de A. Sobreira | Paulo Ricardo Roque de Souza | Paulo
Roberto Pereira Cezar | Paulo Salvaia | Paulo Sergio Figueiredo | Pedro Buarque
Franzosi | Pedro Carmo Ziti | Pedro Henrique Morsch Mazzoni | Pedro Marques dos
Santos Ventura | Pedro Mazzini Parra | Pedro Medeiros Cunha Lima | Pedro Pedini | Pedro
Rodrigues Mariano | Peterson Gomes Cristovam | Priscila de Oliveira Dias | Priscila de
Sá Silva | Priscila Ribeiro Gomes | Priscilla da Silva Lopez | Priscilla Laurete de Aquino
Teles | Rachel de Brito Jeronymo Bermúdez | Rachel Lima de Farias | Rachel Pereira
Barbosa | Rafael Aderno Souza | Rafael Augusto Gonzalez Fares | Rafael Carreiro da
Silva | Rafael Colombo Cosin Bianchi Thomaz | Rafael da Silva Santos | Rafael de
Oliveira Sakai | Rafael Eiji Toma | Rafael Macena de Souza Costa | Rafael Mamedes da
Silva | Rafael Marsolla | Rafael Mendes Tavares | Rafael Moulin Pinheiro | Rafael Neri
Meneguci | Rafael Pinto de Queiroz | Rafael Rodrigues Segond | Rafael Vianna Sloboda |
Rafael Vicentin Estevam | Rafael Vieira de Souza | Rafael Zorzetti Pereira | Rafaela de
Oliveira Gonçalves | Raffael Elias Vaz da Silva | Ralf Geronimo | Ralph Hayashi Xavier |
Ramiro Oliveira Bastos Junior | Raphael de Lacerda Favilla | Raphael Laporta Jacomino
| Raphael Silva Pinto Freitas | Raphaela de Paula Machado | Raquel Cartolari Ortega |
Raul Antonio Del Fiol | Raul Barbosa Santos | Raul Bochie da Costa Machado | Regiane
Hirata | Regina Célia Camilli | Regina Elizabeth Lorena Assumpção | Regina Lúcia Teruya
Konno | Regina Tamiko Matsuzawa Penedo | Reginaldo Augusto Silva | Reginaldo Ladvig
Oswaldo | Reginaldo Pires Vieira | Reinaldo José Teixeira | Reinaldo Rocha de Souza |
Reinaldo Tadao Ishii | Renata Aparecida Cajuela | Renata Boiatti Peria Harrison | Renata
Cristina Serrazes Araujo | Renata de Almeida Bendelá | Renata de Avila Keidel | Renata
de Oliveira Pereira Randi | Renata Graciano da Silva | Renata Gumerato Aguiar | Renata
Machado de Oliveira Marcondes | Renata Marine de Moraes | Renata Nobrega Marques |
Renata Soraia Santana Rodrigues | Renata Teixeira de Albuquerque | Renato Abrantes
de Castro | Renato Albarello | Renato Alves Desmarais | Renato Cacure | Renato Carlos
Crepaldi | Renato Fonseca Oliveira | Renato Pires Grandini | Renato Ribeiro Freire |
Renato Souza Santiago | Ricardo Aguiar Guimarães | Ricardo Alcântara do Nascimento
Urzedo | Ricardo Alessandro Gomes Corrêa | Ricardo Alexandre Bizinelli | Ricardo
Alexandre de Oliveira Marçal | Ricardo Alexandre Esteves Mendonça | Ricardo
Alfredo Seabra Ravache | Ricardo Alves Parente | Ricardo Craveiro de Azevedo |
Ricardo de Abreu Sofiatti | Ricardo Jose dos Santos | Ricardo Kadlec | Ricardo Lorenz
Barbosa | Ricardo Mecelis | Ricardo Meirelles da Silva | Ricardo Moreira de A Bernardo
| Ricardo Oliveira da Silva | Ricardo Peixoto da Silva | Ricardo Pereira Braga | Ricardo
Ribas | Ricardo Rodrigues dos Santos | Ricardo Sellani Vidotti | Ricardo Silva Coelho |
Ricardo Takeshi Uemura | Ricardo Tasso Rossi | Ricardo Teixeira | Ricardo Yoshiaki Koki |
Riccardo Gaetano F. Modica | Rinaldo Corte | Rita de Cássia Oliveira Menezes | Roberta
Guimarães Bonamigo | Roberta Maluf Secco | Roberto Alcantara Bravo | Roberto
Carlos Crisostomo | Roberto Conti Junior | Roberto Dias Rodrigues | Roberto Panini |
Roberto Quintella de Paiva Meira | Roberto Rampazzo | Roberto Saralha | Robson
Hideki Itonaga | Rodnei Magno de Oliveira | Rodney de Barros Faria | Rodolfo Bento
Matos | Rodolfo de Melo Rocha | Rodolfo Fernandes Ribeiro | Rodrigo Alvarenga
Caldeira | Rodrigo Alves Cupolillo | Rodrigo Araújo de F. Oliveira | Rodrigo Baidan
Bunduky | Rodrigo de Oliveira Campos | Rodrigo dos Santos | Rodrigo Fornasier de Sá
Moreira Rocha | Rodrigo Foschiani | Rodrigo Gil | Rodrigo Gonçales | Rodrigo Goulart
Domingues | Rodrigo Haidar Amaral | Rodrigo Hiroshi Ruiz Suzuki | Rodrigo Leitão
Punaro Baratta | Rodrigo Luiz Neves Cruz | Rodrigo Machado de Villamil Telles |
Rodrigo Mario Viani | Rodrigo Miguel de Oliveira | Rodrigo Miguez Gomes | Rodrigo Nunes
Pereira | Rodrigo Octávio França Fabrini | Rodrigo Ramos Vieira | Rodrigo Roseira
Carvalho | Rodrigo Yamashita | Roger Gomes Bentes | Rogério Alves Rabello | Rogério
Antonio de Souza | Rogerio Cristiano Barbosa | Rogério de C. Reis Grosman | Rogério de
Carvalho | Rogerio Dias Pinto | Rogério Ferraz Rodrigues | Rogério Ghiberti | Rogério
Hiroshi Ishikawa | Rogerio Kamiya de Moraes | Rogerio Munuera Fernandes | Rogério
Novaes D'Elboux | Rogério Ribeiro Costa | Rogerio Rodrigues | Rogério Turatti | Rômulo
de Jesus Queiroz Cabral | Ronaldo Gama Silva | Ronaldo José Soares da Silva | Ronaldo
Monteiro Chagas Lobo | Ronaldo Nascimento Dantas | Ronaldo Werneck de Miranda |
Rosana B. D. Lafratta di Pasquale | Rosana Bretzel | Rosana Egydio | Rosana Florencio
da Silva | Rosângela Hipólito dos Santos | Rosângela Teixeira Miranda | Rosely Luciano
Bezerra | Rosilei Silva Bueno de Godoy | Rosimeire Egydio | Rozinei Faria Rezende |
Rubens Custódio | Rubens Palhoni da Silva | Rubens Rodrigues Filho | Rui Marcelino
Leite | Rui Neves | Runiet Axel Carmona Skoberg | Ruth Fontanezi Sampaio | Sabrina
Teixeira Toledo | Salvador João Trotta | Samuel André Rocha de Oliveira | Sanderson
Nogueira Dias | Sandra da Silva Mendes | Sandra Regina Azzari | Sandro Iwakura | Sara
Moreira Gomes | Saulo Contrera Gomes | Sérgio Augusto Oliveira Pereira | Sérgio
Bernardes Nunes | Sérgio José Ainbinder | Sérgio Luiz P. do Nascimento | Sérgio Lunardi
Lopes | Sergio Mendes Neves | Sérgio Yoshioka | Shigueru Hélio Cavata | Shirley Lima de
Souza | Shunji Gildo Abe | Siddartha Nassif Freire de Souza | Sidney Alexander Chan |
Sidney Lopes Couto | Silas Alves Guimarães Júnior | Silvana Ramos | Silvana Teruko
Mizono Viel | Silvia Arantes Santos | Silvia Eliana Josefick Martins | Silvia Helena
Franzolin da Cunha | Silvia Leal Soares | Silvia Maria Aptur Tomazetti | Silvia Moraes de
Souza | Silvio de Paula Pires | Simone Costa do Nascimento | Solange Rabello Silva |
Sônia Gomes de Almeida Alexandre | Soraia Cristina Felix da Silva | Stefano Guimarães
Giusini | Sullivan de Souza Dantas | Suzana de Oliveira Bianco | Suzana Matos de Abreu |
Sylvio Rodrigues da Silva | Tadeu Fernandes Capella | Taísa Teixeira de Mendonça |
Takashi Nakazima Peçanha | Tales Renato Guerra | Tamiris Faneli Leocádio | Tania Luzia
Casa de Vito | Tatiana Carvalho P. S. Sandoval | Tatiana Nunes Simões | Tatiane de Oliveira
| Tatiane Dias Teixeira da Paz | Tatiane Escobar Gava | Teresinha B. de B. Tojal Ramos dos
Santos | Thais Aline Botelho Victório Cerioni | Thaís Almeida de Lima Reis Vieira | Thais
Cristina Marques Viana | Thais Galves Mottinelli | Thaisa Silva Castanheira | Thales
Laranjeira Maltese | Thalita Vieira Ramos | Thiago Araujo Eboli | Thiago Arthur
Rodrigues | Thiago Demarco Puccini | Thiago Domokos Alvares | Thiago Espallargas
Lanconi | Thiago Felipe Correali | Thiago Henrique de Almeida Barquette | Thiago Lima
dos Santos | Thiago Marcondes Fausto | Thiago Menezes de Oliveira | Thiago Nogueira
de Rezende | Thiago Pereira da Silva | Thiago Rodrigues da Rocha | Thomas Robert
Kiesshau | Tiago Castelani dos Santos | Tiago Ferreira da Silva Seabra | Tiago José
Spineli | Tiago Marin Carneiro | Tiago Martins de Alexandre | Tiago Octaviano Primini |
Tirza Cardoso Ferreira Rodrigues Vargas | Tomaz Carvalho de Oliveira Martins | Tomio
Torii | Tony Chi Yuan Wang | Udo Gustavo Von Blucher | Uilson Ruas Pennafiel | Urias
Bittencourt Netto | Vagner Braga | Vagner Daniel Tavares Leal | Vagner dos Santos
Ramos | Vagner Luis de Aguiar | Valdeci José da Silva | Valeria De Fusco Pereira | Valéria
Teixeira Lima | Valter Luiz Duarte dos Santos | Valter Schiavetti | Vancleires Ribeiro de
Souza | Vaner José Morette | Vanessa Cristina Nascimento Silva | Vanessa Fernanda
Franco Oliveira | Vanessa Gomes da Silva | Vanessa Pacheco Lopes | Venicius Goncalves
Pereira | Vera Aparecida de Figueiredo | Vera Lúcia Hanada | Vera Lucia Uva do Amaral |
Verônica Conte Reyes | Victor Adam Lie | Victor Fernando Rangel Ramalho | Victor Hugo
Almeida Santos | Vilen Miranda Carvalho | Vinicius Cornetta Ceccarelli | Vinícius Couto
Reis | Vinicius Diogo Cover | Vinícius Loback Atalla | Vinícius Oliveira de Souza | Vinícius
Peclat de Castro | Vinicius Pinho de Brito | Vinicius Torres Ferreira do Amaral | Virgínia
Helena de Moura | Vitor da Silva Alves | Vítor de Paula Pêgas Ferreira | Vitor Doro Reina
| Viviane Barreto Ponciano Sanchez | Vivien Winkler | Wagner Antonio Defensor Filho |
Wagner Cardoso de Souza | Wagner da Silva Gabriel | Wagner do Amaral Junior |
Wagner Duarte Martins | Wagner José Fernandes Junior | Wagner Luiz Gouvea | Wagner
Tirolli | Wallace Freire Ferreira | Wanderley Brasil Baptista Filho | Wanderley
Siqueira Viana | Wandyr da Silva Alves | Wellington Alves de Melo | Wellington dos
Santos Corrêa | Wellington Ferreira Matos | Wellington Lemos Franham | Wendely
Alexandre Ferreira | Wesley Lobato Passos | Weslley da Costa Silva | Wglastonio Leite
de Sousa | Willams Michael Gomes de Oliveira | William Bertucci Viais | William de
Campos Barbosa | William Estéfano de Souza | William Junio Silva Machado | William
Ramos Marinho | William Santos dos Anjos | William Schindhelm Georg | William
Takahashi | Wilson Masahiro Komido | Wilson Vicentin | Wladimir Donola Júnior | Yara
Silvia Rebello Marques | Yassuki Takano | Yasuaki Ito | Yukio Suehiro | Yuri Bonfeld
Oliveira de Almeida | Yuri Sampaio | Zenilda Barbosa Ribeiro | Zenildo Lisboa Junior
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Promon S.A.
Board of Directors
Luiz Ernesto Gemignani
Chairman
Gilson G. Krause
Board Member
Luiz Fernando T. Rudge
Board Member
Luiz Gonzaga Marinho Brandão
Board Member
Raul Antonio Del Fiol
Board Member
José Guimarães Monforte
Board Member (independent)
Executive Committee
Luiz Fernando T. Rudge
Chief Executive Officer
Felipe Alceu Amoroso Lima
Executive Director
and Chief Financial Officer
Gilson G. Krause
Executive Director
Ivo Godoi Junior
Executive Director
Novos Negócios
Ivo Godoi Junior
Executive Director
Jacques Magalhães Benain
Director, Business Development
Staff
Bruno Pires Bandarovsky
Director, Tax Planning
Heloisa R. de Campos Mello
Director, Legal Department
Maria Cristina Varalla Mendes
Director, Finance
Milton Lopes Antelo Filho
Director, Organizational Affairs
Newton Rafael Zuppo
Director, Auditing
/ MANAGEMENT TEAM
As at April 7, 2011, General Meeting
of the Shareholders in Promon S.A.
46
Promon Engenharia Ltda.
Executive Committee
and Directors
PromonLogicalis
Latin America Limited
Trópico Sistemas
e Telecomunicações S.A.
Fundação Promon
de Previdência Social
Board of Directors
Board of Directors
Board of Directors
Gilson G. Krause
Jens Montanana
Chairman
Luiz Ernesto Gemignani
Chief Executive Officer
Chairman (Logicalis)
Luiz Fernando T. Rudge
Eric Lazare F. Rosenthal
Luiz Fernando T. Rudge
Felipe Alceu Amoroso Lima
Luiz Gonzaga Marinho Brandão
Executive Director, Operations
Ivo Godoi Junior
Ivo Godoi Junior
Maria Cristina Varalla Mendes
Moisés Falco
Ian Cook
Cláudio Aparecido Violato
Mônica M. Orsolini
Mark Rogers
Hélio Marcos M. Graciosa
Rosana Bretzel
Executive Director,
Knowledge Management
Paulo M. A. Sobreira
Executive Director, Sales
Hugo O. Brodskyn
Director
Octavio Pieranti Filho
Director
Luiz Claudio Campos Ribeiro
Director, Finance
César Roberto
de Oliveira Brochado
Project Director
Cícero Gageiro Ferreira
Project Director
Cícero V. F. Facciolla
Project Director
Francisco Ferraro Neto
(Logicalis)
(Logicalis)
Nigel Drakeford-Lewis
(Logicalis)
Operating Committee (OPCO)
Luís Eduardo Sym Cardoso
Chief Executive Officer,
PromonLogicalis Latin America Ltd.
José Rodrigo Parreira
Vice-President,
PromonLogicalis Latin America Ltd.
Cássio Ricardo de Moura
Chief Financial Officer,
PromonLogicalis Latin America Ltd.
Silvina Blaiotta
Chief Financial Officer,
Logicalis Southern Cone
Technical Director, Engineering
Officers in Brazil
João Augusto R. Fontoura
Luís Eduardo Sym Cardoso
Technical Director, Engineering
Chief Executive Officer
Jobel Freitas da Silva
Cássio Ricardo de Moura
Technical Director, Civil
Director, Finance and Administration
Jorge Rodrigues Patrício
João A. G. Albanezi
Project Director
Luis Eduardo Sozio
Technical Director, Geotechnics
Luiza Maria B. Carneiro
Project Director
Mauricio Sgarbi Goulart
Project Director
Maurício Wagana
Project Director
Mauro Cesar Pereira
Project Director
Patrícia Cristina C. Sibinelli
Director, Professional
Services Operations
Rodney de B. Faria
Technical Director, Processes
Sérgio Luiz P. do Nascimento
Project Director
Wilson Vicentin
Project Director
Álvaro Bragança Júnior
Director, Business Development
André Luiz Castello Branco
Director, Business Development
Bruno Picozzi
Director, New Business
Celso Pereira da Silva
Executive Director,
Business Development
(CPqD)
(CPqD)
Executive Committee
Raul Antonio Del Fiol
Chairman
Paulo Accioly Fragelli
Tamas Makray
Supervisory Board
Chief Executive Officer
Cássio Ricardo de Moura
José Fernando Carniel
Claudio Pfiszter
Director, Sales
Olívio Dionísio Júnior
Luiz Claudio Campos Ribeiro
Director, Technology
Executive Committee
Paulo Antonio Arouca
Wagner Tirolli
Director, Finance, Administration,
Human Relations and Systems
Tomio Torii
Director, Operations
José Rafael Janini Ortiz
Director, Business Development
Manoel Marcilio Sanches
Director, Business Development
Chief Executive Officer
Mário Sérgio de Pina Ribeiro
Director
Marcia Fernandes Kopelman
Director
Instituto Razão Social
Board of Directors
Carlos M. Siffert
Chairman
José Paulo Soares Martins
(Gerdau)
Ricardo Pelegrini
( IBM )
Reginaldo Ladvig Oswaldo
Director, Operations
Araly Palácios Mullcue
Manager
Carlos A. M. Pingarilho
Director, Technology
Daniel Cunha Amorim
Instituto de Tecnologia
Promon
Ednir Jorge Arantes
Board of Directors
Director, Services
Director, Projects
Paulo Accioly Fragelli
Herbert J. Azevedo
Chairman
Director, Commercial Engineering
Luiz Ernesto Gemignani
Lígia Senise Ferreira Bussad
Hugo O. Brodskyn
Luís Minoru Shibata
Ricardo Corrêa Oliveira Martins
Director, Procurement
Director, Consulting
Executive Director
Marcos Theodoro Simon Siqueira
Director, Business Development,
Corporate Market
Renata de Oliveira P. Randi
Director, Marketing and Partnerships
Silvana Teruko Mizono Viel
Director, Engineering
Tânia L. Casa de Vito
Director, Human Relations
Ana Carolina Kliemann
Manager, Legal Affairs
Director, Business Development
Guilherme Jorge de M. Velho
Director, Business Development
Ivan Cruz Furtado
Director, Business Development
José Carlos Dalla Greppe
Director, Business Development
José Octavio L. de Alvarenga
Director, Business Development
Antonio A. Vellasco Filho
Director, Systems and Administration
Ivan Cozaciuc
Director, Management Systems
Marcia Fernandes Kopelman
Director, Human Relations
and Communication
Márcio Emídio Gavioli
Assistant Director, Tax Planning
Mário Sérgio de Pina Ribeiro
Assistant Director, Treasury
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DELAYED COKING UNIT OF THE PRESIDENTE
GETÚLIO VARGAS REFINERY IN ARAUCÁRIA,
STATE OF PARANÁ
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HYDROGEN GENERATION UNIT OF THE
HENRIQUE LAGE REFINERY IN SÃO JOSÉ
DOS CAMPOS, STATE OF SÃO PAULO
P. 14
ENERGY COGENERATION UNIT OF THE
COSAN SUGAR AND ETHANOL MILL
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HYDROGEN GENERATION UNIT OF THE
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HYDRODESULFURIZATION UNIT OF THE
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VISUAL INSPECTION OF PIPELINES BY ROBOTS,
AT THE HYDRODESULFURIZATION UNIT
OF THE ALBERTO PASQUALINI REFINERY
IN CANOAS, STATE OF RIO GRANDE DO SUL
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DELAYED COKING UNIT OF THE PRESIDENTE
GETÚLIO VARGAS REFINERY IN ARAUCÁRIA,
STATE OF PARANÁ
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PROMONLOGICALIS’ DATA CENTER
IN SÃO PAULO
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VECTURA LINE OF EQUIPMENT, DEVELOPED
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GRAIN SILO FROM NOVAAGRI, ONE OF THE
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YOUNG MUSICIANS OF THE “TOCA, ZEZINHO”
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IN SÃO PAULO
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