News

Fundo Site Coop

Coop ASPACER: Bylaws is approved by BC

On the last day 09, it was approved by Brazil’s Central Bank, the Bylaws of the Cooperative, with corporate name: Cooperative Economy and Mutual Credit of officials of Ceramics Business – CoopASPACER and address of its headquarters in Santa Gertrudes. Through this action, there was also the inclusion of supporting companies in the expansion project

Read more

ASPACER participates in official business in the US to meet shale gas exploration

The president of ASPACER, Benjamin Ferreira Neto; the former president and board member of ASPACER, Heitor Ribeiro de Almeida Neto; Director of Institutional and Government of ASPACER and Gas Forum Coordinator Affairs, Luís Fernando Quilici participated, along with members of other entities in the energy sector and the Federal Deputy Mendes Thame (PSDB-SP), an official

Read more

Sale of Ceramic Coating grow 1.45% this year

Total sales of ceramic tiles will grow 1.45% this year, according to projections from the National Association of Ceramic Tile Manufacturers Coatings, Sanitary Ware and Congeners (Anfacer). In the first half, the volume sold by the sector increased by 1.5% over the same period of 2014, to 458 million square meters, which led to Anfacer

Read more

ASPACER and Mines and Energy Minister discusses competitiveness of natural gas

The ASPACER (Paulista Association of Coating Ceramics) and federal representatives Mendes Thame (PSDB-SP) and Jaime Martins (PSD / MG) took part in last week’s meeting with the Minister of Mines and Energy, Eduardo Braga, to treat the competitiveness of natural gas, depending on the scenario of uncertainty caused by the current situation of Petrobras, the

Read more

Industry August 2015: Investment Collapse

The adverse external scenario, the low rates of expectations of entrepreneurs, the economic policy that reduces demand and inhibits investment, with rising interest rates and fiscal adjustment have exacerbated the structural problems of the industry. Industrial production fell 1.2% in August 2015 compared to the immediately previous month, in the seasonally adjusted series, according to

Read more