Start The BellaVista Industrial Park in Macaé will be expanded: Event brought together large oil and gas companies

The BellaVista Industrial Park in Macaé will be expanded: Event brought together large oil and gas companies

December 12, 2017 9:14 am to 09:14
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A new cycle of prosperity begins in Macaé, especially in the offshore sector with the expansion of the enterprise. Big companies are interested.

[supsystic-social-sharing id='1′]The Bellavista Industrial Park, one of the largest industrial enterprises in Rio de Janeiro, promoted last Wednesday (6/12) an event with entrepreneurs to present its expansion and was attended by by the Mayor of Macaé, Aluízio Júnior, who presented the lecture “Less royalties, more jobs”.

With promising announcements in the oil sector, the local economy begins to move more strongly. Parque Bellavista registers growth and announces its expansion. With around 1 million m² already occupied by some of the world's leading companies in the oil and gas sector, the director of the complex, Leonardo Dias, explained at the time about the expansion of the complex. The total area is now 3 million square meters, now available for sale or rent.

The venture already has large companies operating, such as: Petrobras, Schlumberger, National Oilwell Varco, Nalco Champion and Swire Oilfield Services. “With the paving of Estrada de Santa Tereza, the Industrial Park will be connected to the BR-101, saving time and money in cargo transport, and providing more security and faster access to other centers, such as Campos, Vitória and all of Rio de Janeiro. Janeiro”, explains businessman Leonardo Dias, from Parque Bellavista.

At this stage of expansion, the Industrial Park offers all land already leveled. “We have important differentials, such as: public transport is already available for the project area, our access roads were planned for heavy vehicle traffic, and the complex already has fiber optic services, natural gas, high-capacity electricity network , garbage collection”, adds Leonardo Dias. Source: Daily Click and Simone Barros, Journalist.

Mayor Aluízio with entrepreneurs in the oil and gas sector

 


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