Founded in 1999 in São Paulo, Triunfo is one of Brazil’s leading companies in the infrastructure sector and is considered a pioneer for the diversity of its operating segments. The company offers services in the toll road concessions, airport administration and energy segments. Since these sectors are fundamental for sustaining the country’s economic growth, the company focuses its investments on these activities to help meet the demand for logistics and energy in Brazil. By doing so, Triunfo is contributing to the country’s development.
The company employs nearly 5 thousand direct professionals and its companies are located in seven states in the following regions: Southeast (São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Minas Gerais), South (Paraná and Rio Grande do Sul) and Midwest (Goiás and Brasília - Federal District). The company is headquartered in the city of São Paulo.
Triunfo is a publicly held company listed on the Novo Mercado listing segment, the highest level of corporate governance on the B3, under the ticker TPIS3. The company holds full or material ownership of all the businesses it operates, as follows:
Triunfo was one of the first companies to acquire a highway concession in Brazil, in 1995.
It currently manages 2,140.5 km of highways and is one of the leading players in this segment, both in number of kilometers managed and in revenue and traffic volume. In this sector, the company manages five toll road concessionaires: Concer, located in Rio de Janeiro and Minas Gerais, Triunfo Concepa, located in Rio Grande do Sul, Triunfo Concebra, which runs through Brasília (DF), Goiás and Minas Gerais, Triunfo Econorte, which manages 341 km of highway in Paraná and Triunfo Transbrasiliana, which manages 321 km of the BR 153 highway.
In the energy sector, Triunfo holds 50.1% interest in Tijoá, the concessionaire responsible for operating the Três Irmãos Hydroelectric Plant in the interior of São Paulo, with generation capacity of 807.50 MW.
In the airport segment, Triunfo is a member of the Aeroportos Brasil Viracopos consortium, responsible for expanding and managing the Viracopos International Airport, in Campinas, for 30 years. The airport is designed to receive 25 million passengers a year and is responsible for transporting nearly 40% of all airborne cargo in the country.
Thinking of the future of millions of Brazilians, the company set up Instituto Triunfo, a non-profit institution dedicated to actions focused on sustainable development.
Triunfo focuses its strategy on pursuing business opportunities generated by the progress and improvement in the country’s infrastructure, always seeking to diversify its portfolio with well-structured projects that generate value for shareholders.
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