Medida reguladora; padrão; norma: termo usado em ferrovias para descrever a distância entre os trilhos, ou entre rodas nos eixos dos trens. No Brasil há várias bitolas de trilhos.
Term used to describe primary products or goods with a large share in the international market and that are purchased or sold on a mercantile exchange, including for future delivery. Examples: soybean, corn, wheat, coffee, cotton, sugar (agricultural), or steel (industrial), iron ore and oil.
Permission to use or run a certain public service, granted by the Government to an individual or company.
Customized logistics projects, including inbound operations and management of warehouses and distribution to endcustomers.
Quantidade de ações de uma empresa disponível para negociação em mercados organizados. The minimum free float required by the Novo Mercado is 25%.
Regulatory measure; pattern; standard: term used in railways to describe the distance between the tracks, or between wheels on the axles of trains. In Brazil there are several gauges rails.
Total integration of the transport chain, enabling management of multiple transport modals.
Projetos logísticos customizados, incluindo desde operações inbound até a gestão de armazéns e a distribuição a clientes finais.
Revenue ton kilometer, calculated by multiplying the weight of the freight on the train by the distance transported.
All the public that may have fi nancial, credit or other type of interest in the Company‘s businesses, such as clients, suppliers, shareholders, government, regulation bodies and people from the community.
This is the extension of the control premium to all shareholder. The right to sell shares owned by minority shareholders under the same terms obtained for the sale of the controlling block, in the event of a company changing ownership.
Agreements between a purchaser and a seller of product or services that obliges the purchaser to pay a minimum amount in product or services, even if the product or service is not used or delivered.
Average price obtained by the dividing the revenues by the transported volume.
Last update: March 31, 2020