NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Suzano (NYSE:SUZ), a major Brazilian paper producer and the world's leading producer of eucalyptus pulp, celebrated its ADR (American Depositary Receipts) listing on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) with The Opening Bell Ceremony today at the market open. The ceremony was followed by its first ever Suzano Investor Day event at the NYSE to which analysts, investors and the financial media was invited to participate.
During the event, Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Walter Schalka and key executive officers gave presentations regarding Suzano, which was created in January 2019 after the merger of Suzano Papel e Celulose and Fibria Celulose. Mr. Schalka provided details about the structure and competitive advantages of the new company, commented on growth alternatives and emphasizing the importance of innovation, technology and sustainability for the future of the company.
The new company is the world's largest producer of market pulp and one of Latin America’s largest paper producers, selling to more than 80 countries and, through its products, present in the lives of over 2 billion people.
Suzano, the company resulting from the merger of Suzano Papel e Celulose and Fibria, is committed to becoming the global benchmark in the sustainable use of natural resources. The world's leading producer of eucalyptus pulp and one of Latin America’s largest paper producers, Suzano exports to more than 80 countries and, through its products, is present in the lives of over 2 billion people. With ten mills and the joint venture Veracel, Suzano has annual installed capacity of 10.9 million tons of market pulp and 1.4 million tons of paper. Suzano has more than 35,000 direct and indirect employees and, for over 90 years, has invested in innovative solutions based on eucalyptus cultivation that enable it to substitute the use of fossil-based materials with renewable bio-based materials. The company adopts the highest standards of corporate governance on the exchanges where its stock is traded, namely the B3 in Brazil and the NYSE in the United States.