Our History and Milestones
INLAND OPERATIONS FOUNDED
Company founded by Geraldo F. Sá (GFS) and Transportes Fink (Fink).
First TRA (Customs Bonded Dockside Terminal) in Brazil begins operation.
TEF (Express Railway Operation) links the Port of Rio de Janeiro with São Paulo and Minas Gerais.
Technology partnership signed with the Port of Hamburg.
WATERFRONT CONCESSIONS AWARDED
Multiterminais and partners win the license to operated Container Terminal (Tecon) 1 in Santos and form Santos Brasil.
Multiterminais receives investment from Banco do Brasil-BI and, in Rio de Janeiro: MultiRio is awarded the concession to operate Tecon 2.
Multiterminais is awarded the concession to operate the Forest Products Terminal.
Multiterminais receives investment from Banco do Brasil-BI and MultiCar is awarded the concession to operate the Roll-on Roll-off (Ro-Ro) Terminal.
INTEGRATION OF INLAND OPERATIONS WITH WATERFRONT
Dry ports in Juiz de Fora, Resende and São Cristóvão are integrated in a consolidated logistics network with waterfront terminals in the Port of Rio de Janeiro.
Important logistics management contracts are signed with clients such as Mercedes Benz, Peugeot, Volkswagen, INB, Clariant and Açominas Gerdau.
EXPANSION AND DIVERSIFICATION OF OPERATIONS
Fink consolidates its holdings in Santos Brasil in another vehicle prior to its IPO.
Fink and Gávea Investimentos acquire 50% of Multiterminais previously held by GFS.
Multiterminais starts the operation of President Itamar Franco Airport in Minas Gerais.
Multiterminais signs 20-year contract with VSB for the export of tubes of plant of the VSB in Jeceaba.
Multiterminais starts expanding its terminals and MultiRio MultiCar increasing its pier and doubling its capacity to handle.
Fink Group acquires 12.5% of Multiterminais held by Gávea Investimentos increasing its stake to 87.5%.
Multiterminais inaugurates the C.L.I.A. (Bonded Industrial Logistics Center) in Rio de Janeiro.