JBS plans $30 million investment in Brazil
JBS announced its intention to invest $30 million in its Seara plants owned in the State of Rio Grande do Sul. The investment is destined for the expansion of seven units already present in the State, focused on developing three main productive segments: poultry, pork and prepared foods.
With the investment, the expectation is to create about 2,700 direct jobs in the State, where the Brazilian meat multinational already has 18,000 employees, who work in productive units and farms in 25 cities. The factories that will receive the investments are located in Bom Retiro do Sul, Caxias do Sul, Nova Bassano, Passo Fundo, Santa Cruz do Sul, Seberi and Trindade do Sul. “We trust the State a lot. We already have a very relevant operation here, and it will become increasingly important, ”said the company's president, Wesley Batista Filho.
35% of the sum will go to the poultry units in the area, while the rest will be split among pork 32% - Seberi unit and ready meals: 33% - Bom Retiro do Sul, Santa Cruz do Sul and Seberi units.
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