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In order to provide differentiated support for the potential growth of Brazil’s Transport and Logistics segment, the Odebrecht Organization launched Odebrecht TransPort (OTP) in March 2010.

In October 2010, The Unemployment Guarantee Investment Fund (FI-FGTS) became a shareholder of Odebrecht Transport Participações S.A. (OTPP), with 30% indirect stake in the company’s capital.

The funds invested by FI-FGTS will benefit the regions already covered by Odebrecht Transport, in addition to directly benefitting workers by generating new jobs and increasing FGTS collection.

The company operates in the highway, urban transport, logistics infrastructure (port and conduit) and airport sectors.

The company currently invests in the following projects:

  • Rota das Bandeiras Concessionaire: 30-year concession started in 2009 that includes the Dom Pedro I Corridor, in the state of São Paulo, covering 17 municipalities.
     
  • Bahia Norte Concessionaire: the contract signed in 2010 will have a 25-year term. Bahia Norte, with the start of operations scheduled for the first half of 2011, is a system formed by highways in the metropolitan region of Salvador.
     
  • Rota dos Coqueiros Concessionaire: concession signed in 2005 and with start of operation in 2010. The route allows for access to the Southern coast of Pernambuco and the Paiva Reservation. There are 6.2 km of coastal road, including a bicycle lane along the entire extension and four lanes connecting Barra de Jangada Beach (Jabaotão) to Paiva Beach (Cabo de Santo Agostinho).
     
  • Litoral Norte Concessionaire / CLN: – 35-year concession of the BA-099 Highway that began in 2000. Includes the road Estrada do Coco and the “Green Line,” connecting the city of Lauro de Freitas to the border of the States of Bahia and Sergipe.
     
  • Embraport: considered the country’s largest private multi-use terminal, located in Santos (SP), the construction work began in 2010. Until 2017, it will move 2 million TEUs (container equivalent to 20 feet) and have the capacity for 2 million cubic liters of alcohol.
  • Logum (Integrated Logistics System): construction and operation to start in 2011. The stretch to be built will pass through the states of Goiás, Minas Gerais and São Paulo, and will incorporate the waterway that already exists in Mato Grosso do Sul and São Paulo.
     
  • Supervia: 225-km railroad network that covers the Metropolitan Region of Rio de Janeiro to serve 12 municipalities. The initial 25-year concession term (1998 to 2023) was renewed for another 25 years (until 2048). SuperVia currently transports over 500,000 people daily, with estimates of reaching 1 million passengers in 2015.
     
  • Via Quatro: 32-year concession signed in 2006, with the start of partial operations set for 2010 and full operations set for 2011. Includes the operation and maintenance of Line 4 – Yellow of the São Paulo Subway.
Rota das Bandeiras website

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CLN website

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Odebrecht TransPort website

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Rota dos Coqueiros website

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Bahia Norte website

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ViaQuatro website

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SuperVia website

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CLN website

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Rota das Bandeiras website

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Embraport website

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