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Michelin in Brazil

Michelin in Brazil

Michelin's presence in Brazil dates back to 1927, with the start of operations at its commercial office in São Paulo.   In 1981, Michelin opened their first factory in the country in the city of Rio de Janeiro. This factory is responsible for the production of tires for trucks and buses.   Today there are 4 Industrial Units in Brazil: Campo Grande (RJ), Resende (RJ), Guarulhos (SP) and Manaus (AM) and a headquarter which is located in Rio de Janeiro - RJ.   Another important activity in the country is the Michelin Ecological Reserve, in the south of Bahia, where the Michelin Ouro Verde Bahia program is located.

4

factory

1

Ecological Reserve

where the Michelin Ouro Verde Bahia program is located

5000

employees

More than 5000 employees in Brazil

Where we are - Brazil

Foto Resende 1

Site RES

2 job opportunities 1,200 employees

The RES Industrial Complex is responsible for the production of tires for passenger cars - cars and trucks; that supply the world market.

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Foto Campo Grande 12

Site Campo Grande

3 job opportunities 2,700 employees

The CGR Industrial Complex is responsible for the production of tires for buses, trucks, mining and agricultural machinery; that supply the world market.

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FotoRio2

Rio Headquarters

1 job opportunities 340 employees

The headquarters for South America is located in Brazil, more precisely in the city of Rio de Janeiro, where all the strategies for the region come from.


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Awards

Check out the awards Michelin has won in Brazil 
https://corporativo.michelin.com.br/premios-michelin/

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