With the acquisition of Junqueirópolis and Tupã units, Granol adds the industrial activities of grain processing and oil refining to the commodities trading, the beginning of a growing industrial expansion.
In 1982, the Osvaldo Cruz unit became part of the Granol group with the purchase of S.A. Romanini Vegetable Oil Industry, expanding Granol’s soybean and soybean oil production, distinguished by including a rail link in the Fepasa Paulista S.A. grid.
In 1986, the Anápolis unit became part of the Granol group by fully acquiring a modern industrial complex. In the 90s, Granol consolidated its growth. It studied its market to adapt its strategies more and more, optimizing resources and synergies between its factories, and preparing for the 2000s, a prosperous and challenging period.
In 2003 Granol started its activities in Bebedouro/SP with the Olma S/A Vegetable Oil company acquisition. It also deploys the 900ml plastic bottle filling. In 2006 Granol purchased the Cachoeira do Sul/RS.
In 2012 Granol acquired the Biodiesel factory in Porto Nacional city and began the first-grain processor construction in the State of Tocantins.
Another milestone was the Granol Osvaldo Cruz Social Place opening, receiving 30 children from 3 to 5years of age for daily care. With a team formed by educators, pedagogues, and nutritionists, in addition to the kitchen and general services staff, the daycare received not only children from Granol employees, but also from families nearby who were unable to leave their children in private daycare centers.
Today, with over half a century of tradition, Granol is one of the most respectable agribusiness complexes, genuinely Brazilian. There are 3 industrial complexes, 8 regional grain purchasing and storage facilities, 2 grain transshipments and the head office in São Paulo-SP. Besides, that there is the static storage capacity of more than 379.350 tons of grain and 55.000 tons of bran, crushing of 1.072.000 tons/year, 874.720 tons/year of soybean, 227.800 tons/year crude oil refining and packaging, 13,000 suppliers and more than 5,000 active customers.
Granol is proud to be Brazilian. And it does everything to make Brazil proud of it too.
GRANOL’S DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES
To honor and dignify Brazil’s name domestically and internationally.
To respect all individuals, treating them honestly and ethically whether they be our clients, suppliers, associates or friends.
To fulfill all of our commitments with individuals, institutions and companies alike.
To accept and welcome all associates, suppliers, clients and friends regardless of race, color, religion, gender, social condition or disability.
To support and encourage all employees, suppliers, clients and associates in their decisions and actions which may lead to their professional and personal development, as well as that of theirs or our companies.
To respect the environment and teach employees of all levels to adopt eco-friendly attitudes both at work and in their homes.
To value GRANOL’s name and reputation that has been constructed for over five decades of hard work and commitment to excellence.
To practice dutifully all principles of this declaration.