• SAFRA AGRIBUSINESS,
    Agriculture with technology and accountability

  • SAFRA AGRIBUSINESS,
    Agriculture with technology and accountability

  • SAFRA AGRIBUSINESS,
    Agriculture with technology and accountability

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PRODUCTIVITY AND SUSTAINABILITY

Safra Agribusiness - our production is developed in rural properties located in Tocantins State. Farms are equipped with modern technological devices, which guarantee the optimization of productivity and further increase in profitability.
Soybean and maize plantations are treated with advanced, biotechnological productive systems, including the use of improved seeds, no-till, localized analysis of productivity, nitrogen fixation and most advanced methods of fertilization.
Not to mention safety.

Crops are subject to rigorous procedures of digital follow-up and non-stop mapping of pests and diseases.

All of this is done with the least possible environmental impact.

TECHNOLOGY DURING PLANTATION

Soybean is the most planted crop inside the country and represents almost half of all agriexports from Brazil.

The trade balance for this crop returns over 25 billion USD annually, reaching values that go beyond ore exports.

Maize is next in line, as the second most important crop in Brazil. In 2017, the country exported almost 30 million tons of maize, leading to a sales volume above 4.5 billion USD.

Safra Agribusiness counts on a complete physical and technological structure for soybean and maize – two of the major inputs planted in Brazil.

EFFICIENT DISTRIBUTION

Our lands are geographically close to the Palmeirante Integration Terminal, where production of soybean and maize are distributed through the Port of Itaqui (MA) – the newest agriculture frontier in the country, leading to Norte Sul Railway.

The Terminal reaches 2.6 million tons of crops a year, with maximum efficiency. The unloading capacity is 40 trucks per hour and one train with 80 wagons in 4.5 hours.

The railway runs over 8 thousand kilometers along Brazil, with about 800 locomotives and 22,000 wagons.