Celulose Irani - Divisions

Divisions

Currently, IRANI have the following business divisions: Paper, Packaging, Furniture, Woods and Resins and Forest Division, which are situated in the following locations: Vargem Bonita (State of Santa Catarina), Santana de Parnaíba (State of São Paulo), Rio Negrinho (State of Santa Catarina), Balneário Pinhal, and São José do Norte (State of Rio Grande do Sul). The company offices are in São Paulo (State of São Paulo), Joaçaba (State of Santa Catarina) and in Porto Alegre (State of Rio Grande do Sul).

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