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05-12-2017 MAR contributes to Portugal's inclusion in Qualship 21 For the first time, vessels under the Portuguese flag have been included in the Qualship 21 Index...

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11-10-2017 Madeira's IBC intensive promotional activity till the end of 2017... In the last quarter of the year, S.D.M. will conduct promotional missions to six more countries t...

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11-10-2017 MAR continues to show a positive growth trend... The continuous and positive growth of companies in the International Business Centre of Madeira i...

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11-10-2017 Licensing of new companies keeps growing Between January and the end of July, 121 new companies were set up within the International Busin...

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23-10-2015 MSC registers vessels in MAR MSC - the Mediterrenean Shipping Company, the second largest shipping company in the world and wh...

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22-09-2015 MAR with better conditions to compete internationally The amendments to the legal framework of the International Shipping Register of Madeira - MAR rec...

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Brazilian CSN invests in Europe through the IBC of Madeira

The Brazilian National Steel Company (CSN), which is operating in the ambit of the International Business Centre of Madeira, opened recently its newest offices in Funchal, employing, in this phase of the activity, a staff of 20 workers.

Aiming to carry out business all over Europe, in the steel and iron sectors, the Brazilian CSN and his associated companies (NAMISA Europe, Hickory e Cinnabar), decided to operate through the IBC of Madeira benefiting from the competitive advantages it offers to companies with worldwide activities.

Established on the 9th April of 1941, this company, whose main activity is mining, was the first in the flat steel industry in Brazil, becoming a milestone in the industrialization process of the country. In fact, its activities strongly contributed to the feasibility and implementation of industrial companies in Brazil, which constitutes nowadays the inner circle of the national industry. After six decades of activities and a privatization process in 1993, CSN is still making history.

With an estimated annual production of 5,6 millions tonnes of steel, CSN has around 17 thousands employees. In Portugal, CSN has acquired Lusolider.

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