Unipar is a Brazilian company incorporated on May 28, 1969, which operates in the chemical and petrochemical segment through its three production units strategically located in Cubatão (SP/Brazil), Santo André (SP/Brazil) and Bahía Blanca (Argentina), to meet the demand from Brazil and other countries. Unipar also holds interest in Solalban, a power generation company in Argentina, and interest in Tucano Holding and Veleiros, wind power generation companies, and Lar do Sol, a solar power generation company in Brazil.
Working in capital-intensive segments, since its creation, Unipar contributes to the industrial development of Brazil, has access to the capital and banking market as a fundraising sources and continuously seeks to generate value for its shareholders and other stakeholders. The company stand out as the largest producer of chlorine/soda in South America and the second largest producer of PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride), also produces sodium hypochlorite, hydrochloric acid and dichloroethane, the basic raw materials to produce PVC. Unipar’s products are used as inputs in the textile, pulp and paper, food, beverage, medicine and construction industries, among others.
The Company has approximately 1,400 employees and holds international certifications ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 45001 and Responsible Performance®.
Unipar’s shares are listed on B3 S.A. – Brasil, Bolsa e Balcão under the tickers UNIP3, UNIP5 and UNIP6. The common shares (UNIP3) have 80% tag along.
The Company seeks to ensure transparency and equal treatment in the disclosure of its information and is committed to good corporate governance practices.
UNIPAR’s current shareholding portfolio is as follows: