Celulose Irani

Celulose Irani is a Brazilian pulp and paper company that was founded in 1941, by families of the State of Rio Grande do Sul – Brazil.

At that time, in order to provide infrastructure for the company project, they also built a Village so the workers could live closer to the plant. It was settled in Campina da Alegria, a district within the City of Vargem Bonita, State of Santa Catarina - Brazil. Nowadays, the city holds approximately 1.300 inhabitants, most of them directly or indirectly related to IRANI.

In 1994, Habitasul Grupo took over and the company was restructured and taken to higher competitive standards. Today, IRANI produces from seeds to wood, paper, packaging and furniture.

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