Votorantim’s history begins in 1918 and is directly related to the Brazilian history over the last 100 years. Entrepreneurship, innovation, resilience and overcoming are part of a trajectory of contribution to Brazil’s development. In this timeline we highlight important facts that are and will remain in our memory.
In 1925, Votorantim started to count on the work of the young José Ermírio de Moraes born in the state of Pernambuco, who came from a family dedicated to sugar mills, but who took a different path, studied in the United States and settled in São Paulo.More info
In a continuation of the previous decade expansion movement, Votorantim now arrives in the South region of Brazilin inaugurating in 1954 what would be known as the largest cement factory in Latin America, the Rio Branco Portland Cement Company, on the state of Paraná.More info
The year of 2001 is marked by the outset of the Ermírio de Moraes Family 3rd generation in charge of business. In a globalized economy, the internationalization of business becomes an important goal, leading Votorantim to keep operating in 23 countries around the world today.More info