All Milestones
AMAGGI Milestones
Sustainability Milestones
Start of activities, in São Miguel do Iguaçu (PR), with Sementes Maggi Company.
Acquisition of SM1 Farm in Itiquira (MT), the first property in the State of Mato Grosso.
Inauguration of the company's first warehouse, at SM3 Farm, also in Itiquira.
Construction of the first small hydroelectric station, called Santa Lucia I, and the transmission lines and energy distribution system, in Sapezal (MT).
Inauguration of the Northwest Export Corridor and start of Navigation activities, in Porto Velho (RO) and Itacoatiara (AM).
Creation of the André Maggi Foundation.
Beginning of the soybean crushing process in Cuiabá (MT).
Death of the group's founder, André Antonio Maggi.
Beginning of Itacoatiara's industry operations.
Start of the commercial production of another small hydroelectric station, Saint Lucia II, in Sapezal.
Implementation of the Environmental Management System.
The company becomes a signatory of the National Compact Institute for the Eradication of Slave Labor (InPACTO).
Adhesion to the Soybean Moratorium.
Creation of the Public Selection of Projects of the André Maggi Foundation.
Achievement of ProTerra certifications and ISO 14001.
Guarujá Bulk Terminal (TGG) starts operating.
The company's revenue reaches the first billion dollars.
The industry of Lucas do Rio Verde (MT) receives the first soybean load.
Start of AMAGGI operations in Rotterdam, Holland.
Adoption of the guidelines of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) for reporting sustainability.
Extension of AMAGGI presence in Europe, with the acquisition of 51% of the shares of the Norwegian overwhelming Denofa.
Membership of the United Nations Global Compact.
Inauguration of the origination office in Argentina.
Renewal and expansion of ISO 14001 environmental certification´s scope.
Completion of the works of the new headquarters, which is transferred from Rondonópolis (MT) to Cuiabá.
Unprecedented certification of Round Table on Responsible Soy (RTRS), with the first two farms in the world to obtain this certification.
Start of the commercial operation of the small Divisa hydroelectric station.
AMAGGI becomes the first Brazilian company to obtain the certification of the International Sustainability & Carbon Certification (ISCC) - Renewable Energies / Biomass.
Recognition as reference in environmental management in agribusiness by the Annual Report of the Forest Footprint Disclosure (FFD) - 2011 edition, released in 2012.
AMAGGI participates in the Rio + 20 Conference as a model company on panel about Sustainable Agriculture.
Opening the commercial office in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Acquisition of 100% shares of Denofa, a Norwegian overwhelming.
Start operation of the small hydroelectric stations Segredo and Ilha Comprida, in Sapezal.
Acquisition of Vale do Araguaia Farm, in São Félix do Araguaia (MT).
Featured in Guia Exame de Sustentabilidade.
AMAGGI President makes a speech during the 2013 Global Compact Leaders Summit.
AMAGGI starts activities in Paraguay.
New warehouses in Matupá, Diamantino, Santa Rita do Trivelato and Tapurah, all in Mato Grosso, start to receive grains.
Departure of the first convoy of grain transportation by the Tapajós / Amazonas waterway corridor and the beginning of Unitapajós activities in Pará.
Publication of the GHG Agricultural inventory.
André Maggi Foundation is renamed as André and Lucia Maggi Foundation, in honor of its founders.
Harvest of Vale do Araguaia Farm first crop.
Beginning of operations at Maranhão Grain Terminal (Tegram), in São Luís (MA) and Portochuelo, in Porto Velho (RO).
Creation of Socio-environmental Management and payment of the RTRS Producers Award.
Beginning of the partnership with Childhood Brasil, in the Na Mão Certa (Right Direction) Program.
Beginning of commercial representation activities in China.
Inauguration of the first fertilizer mixing unit, in Comodoro (MT).
Acquisition of 50% of Miritituba Transshipment Station (PA) and Barcarena Port Terminal (PA).
Launch of AMAGGI Responsible Soy Standard Certification (A.R.S.).
Achievement of the Gold Seal by GHG Agricultural Protocol.
Implantation of ORIGINAR – Responsible AMAGGI Origination, management and monitoring platform of its grain chain.