This is a highway concessionaire that operates the Anchieta – Imigrantes System, a connection between the metropolitan region of São Paulo State and the Port of Santos (the largest in Latin America). It also connects the Cubatão Petrochemical Complex, the ABCD and Baixada Santista industrial park. The concession is 176.9 km long and has annual traffic in excess of 60 million equivalent paying vehicles, this highway is vital to the Brazilian economy, since it services the most important export corridor in all of Latin America, as well as the Baixada Santista tourist district.

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Ecopistas is a concessionaire that manages and operates the Ayrton Senna – Carvalho Pinto System, a connection between the metropolitan region of São Paulo and the Paraíba Valley, as well as the mountainous region of Campos do Jordão and the beaches of the Northern Coast. The concession is 143.7 km long and has annual traffic of approximately 80 million equivalent paying vehicles, this connection has become one of the most important distribution corridors for the industrial output of the close to two thousand companies located in the Paraíba Valley region, where the presence of automakers such as Volkswagen and Ford, as well as steelmakers like Usiminas, is particularly important.

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Ecosul manages one of the largest highway networks in Brazil, known as the Pólo Rodoviário de Pelotas/RS, which includes 457.3 km of federal roadways. The concession joins four stretches that are vital to the regional and national economies, the largest being the so-called “Mercosur Corridor,” (BR 116). Approximately 75% of the 26 million equivalent paying vehicles that travel annually the highways managed by Ecosul are heavy vehicles bound for the Port of Rio Grande. Ecosul is also the most important route traveled by Argentine and Uruguayan tourists visiting the Brazilian coast.

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Eco101 manages a 475.9 kilometer stretch of BR-101 in the state of Espírito Santo, passing through more than 20 municipalities, from the border with Rio de Janeiro to Bahia. The highway leads to five major ports: Vitória and Tubarão in the state capital, Açu in Rio de Janeiro, Ilhéus in Bahia and Barra do Riacho. It also provides access to the main beaches of Espírito Santo state, such as Guarapari and Vila Velha, which receive millions of tourists each year.

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Ecoponte manages the 13.2-km long stretch of the Presidente Costa e Silva Bridge which added to the access stretches totals 28.7 kilometers. The Bridge is the main access stretch between the cities of Rio de Janeiro and Niterói as well as with the interior of the state, particularly with the Rio de Janeiro Lake Region and the north coast of the state.

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Eco135 manages stretches of the BR-135, MG-231 and LMG-754 highways. The stretches measure 363.95 km, from BR-040, near Curvelo, to the Municipality of Montes Claros. BR-135 is an important long-distance highway corridor in Brazil and is part of the main interconnection route between the Southeast / Southern and Northeast regions.

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Eco050 is the new concessionaire of the BR-050 highway, responsible for the managing, recovering, conserving, maintaining, expanding and operating of 436.6 kilometers which is an important road corridor, passing through nine municipalities of Goiás and Minas Gerais. The stretch granted includes one of the main routes between the Federal District and São Paulo, which begins at the intersection with Highway BR-040 in Cristalina (GO) and extends to the border of the states of Minas Gerais and São Paulo, in the city of Delta (MG).

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Ecovias do Cerrado has a total length of 437 kilometers, consisting of 192.7 kilometers from BR 364 and 244.3 kilometers from BR-365. BR-365 connects Uberlândia, the main city of Triângulo Mineiro, with the border of Minas Gerais and Goiás, where it connects with BR-364. The extension of BR-364 goes from the city of Jataí (GO), until the junction with BR-365, near the border of the two states. The stretch is part of one of the most important routes for the flow of grains from the Midwest to the port of Santos. It is also an important route for supplying the southern region of Goiás and Minas Gerais, mainly with general cargo products, industry, building materials and food.

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Ecoporto Santos is a Brazilian company, subsidiary of EcoRodovias Group, located in the heart of the port of Santos (the biggest port in Brazil), near the city business center, customs offices, and with direct access to roads and rail networks. On our 175,000 m2 facility, it offers differentiated services, creative solutions, international security standards and integrated logistics services port-to-door such as: port operations, DTA Hub Port, handling and warehousing of import/export cargo, transportation, and Special Customs Clearance for Exports (Redex).

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Ecovias do Araguaia manages 850.7 km of the BR-153, BR-080 and BR-414 highways in the states of Goiás and Tocantins, one of the main connections between the Mid-Northern and South Central regions of the country.  The concessionaire started operations in October 2021 and plans to invest on expanding and modernizing the road network over the next 35 years of the agreement.

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Company responsible for administrating 726.9 kilometers of the Rio de Janeiro – Governador Valadares Highway System, which serves as an important link between the country’s South and Northeast regions. Over the 30 years of the concession period, EcoRioMinas will execute works involving 303 kilometers of expansion to four lanes, 255 kilometers of additional lanes, 85 kilometers of frontage roads and 1.5 kilometers of bicycle paths. The concession contract also provides for the construction of 75 pedestrian overpasses, 462 bus stops, 154 infrastructure components, including interchanges, overpasses, underpasses, accesses and turnarounds, as well as two rest areas for truck drivers.

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EcoNoroeste is responsible for managing five highway stretches in the interior of São Paulo state, in the regions of São José do Rio Preto, Araraquara, São Carlos and Barretos, including SP 310 (Washington Luís Highway), an important logistics corridor for transporting agricultural products and fertilizers. The other stretches are used to transport fuel, machinery and equipment, and construction materials. The highway spans 601 km and its concession is for 30 years from the date of signing of the initial transfer agreement.

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