Nov 7 2013
Web Site : http://www.datagro.br
eMail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone : +55 (11) 4133-3944
Fax : +55 (11) 4195-6659
Address : Calçada das Magnólias, 56 Centro Comercial Alphaville , Barueri - SP - , Brasil , CEP: 0645
Sugar and Ethanol Consultancy
DATAGRO is the largest consultancy of ethanol and sugar in the world. Its team consists of 62 collaborators, concentrating forces in the head office located in Alphaville-São Paulo, and in five other units – Sao Paulo/Paulista, New York, Recife, Santos and RibeirãoPreto. The team is constantly recycling knowledge to enable the company to continuously evolve as a center of excellence, providing services to the sugar and biofuel sectors worldwide. Through innovative and differentiated analyzes it provides tools for better understanding of the market, adding value to the commercial and strategic positioning of its customers.
As a consultant on ethanol and sugar, DATAGRO has advised the Brazilian Government and other countries on initiatives related to energy planning (ethanol, gasoline and other biofuels), deregulation of industry, integration and trade disputes. In addition, DATAGRO is continuously working towards the development of initiatives on biofuels in different parts of the world.
DATAGRO’s customer base is spread in 41 countries, and five continents, and is comprised of sugar, ethanol and biodiesel producers, trading companies, banks, fuel distributors, input suppliers, governments, investment and hedge funds, and logistics companies.
Our customers are sugar, ethanol and biodiesel producers, trading companies, banks, fuel distributors, input suppliers, governments, investment funds, logistic companies and information agencies. Our customers’ base is spread in five continents in over 41 countries, providing advisory services to producers and government in initiatives focused on production development and use of biofuels. For the Brazilin government, DATAGRO has provided consultancy in:
- Initiatives related the power planning developed since 1985;
- Deregulation of the Brazilian sugar and alcohol sector;
- International negotiations and disputes regarding agricultural commodities trading.