Competitive Brazil Project


The Competitive Brazil Project involved the strategic planning of the transport infrastructure and cargo logistics for the five Brazilian Macro Regions, identifying the priority infrastructure projects to increase the competitiveness of production in each of them. The study dealt with the detailed diagnosis of the existing and projected logistics infrastructure (railways, highways, waterways, ports, airports, etc.) as well as the mapping of the production chain and the current and projected Origin-Destination Matrix of the main Productive Chains of each region, assessing existing and future logistics bottlenecks and prioritizing logistic projects proposed for deployment capable of solving existing problems and bringing greater economic competitiveness.

The Project was an initiative of the National Confederation of Industries (CNI) along with the Federations of Industries of the several states, counting on the support of important local agents from each region.

 
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North Competitive Project


The North Competitive Project came from a Pro-Amazon Action initiative to solve the logistics bottlenecks in the region and increase the competitiveness of local production in other markets in Brazil and abroad.

The Project, carried out by Macrologistica during a year of work, dealt with the detailed study of cargo handling of the 16 main regional productive chains, comprising 59 strategic products studied, and the transportation infrastructure of 42 existing logistics corridors designed in the region and in the countries of Chile, Paru, Bolivia, Ecuador, Venezuela and Guianas. As a result, the Project prioritized 73 logistics projects belonging to 9 strategic corridors for the regional movement of cargo, which allow an annual reduction of R$ 3.8 billion in transportation logistics in the region in 2020.

Know the products studied and the projects prioritized in the Executive Summary of the Project, available for download at the link bellow.

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South Competitive Project


The South Competitive Project was an initiative of the South Industrial Forum, formed by the Federations of Industries of Paraná, Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul, and the National Confederation of Industries (CNI).

The project, carried out by Macrologística during a year of work, dealt with the detailed study of cargo handling of the 18 main regional productive chains, which comprised 70 strategic products studied, and the transport infrastructure of 79 existing and designed logistics corridors in the region and in the countries of Uruguay, Paraguay, Chile and Argentina. As a result, the Project prioritized 51 logistic projects belonging to 8 strategic corridors for regional cargo handling, which allow an annual reduction of R$ 3.4 billion in transportation logistics in the region by 2020.

Know the products studied and the projects prioritized in the Executive Summary of the Project, available for download at the link bellow.

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Northeast Competitive Project


The Northeast Competitive Project was an initiative of the National Confederation of Industries (CNI) and was carried out by Macrologística during a year of work.

The Project dealt with the detailed cargo handling study of the 18 major regional productive chains, comprising 65 strategic products studied, and the transport infrastructure of 58 existing logistics corridors designed in the region. As a result, the Project prioritized 83 logistics projects belonging to 9 strategic corridors for the regional cargo movement, which allow an annual reduction of R$ 5.9 billion in transportation logistics in the region in 2020.

Know the products studied and the projects prioritized in the Executive Summary of the Project, available for download at the link bellow.

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Central-West Competitive Project


The Central-West Competitive Project was an initiative of the National Confederation of Agriculture (CNA) in conjunction with the National Confederation of Industry (CNI), with the support of the state industry federations, Aprosoja and Ampa.

The Project, carried out by Macrologística during a year of work, dealt with the detailed study of cargo handling of the 15 main regional productive chains, comprising 52 strategic products studied, and the transport infrastructure of 73 existing and designed logistics corridors in the region and in the countries of Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay. As a result, the Project prioritized 106 logistics projects belonging to 10 strategic corridors for the regional movement of cargo, which allow an annual reduction of R$ 7.2 billion in transportation logistics in the region in 2020.

Know the products studied and the projects prioritized in the Executive Summary of the Project, available for download at the link bellow.

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Southeast Competitive Project


The Southeast Competitive Project was an initiative of the National Confederation of Industry (CNI), with the support of the Industry Federations of the states of Espírito Santo, Minas Gerais, Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo.

The project, carried out by Macrologistica during a year of work, dealt with the detailed study of cargo handling of the 15 main regional productive chains, comprising 51 strategic products studied, and the transportation infrastructure of 71 existing logistics corridors designed in the region. As a result, the Project prioritized 86 logistics projects belonging to 8 strategic corridors for the regional movement of cargo, which allow an annual reduction of R$ 8.9 billion in transportation logistics in the region in 2025.

Know the products studied and the projects prioritized in the Executive Summary of the Project, available for download at the link bellow.

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