We are one of the main Brazilian industries in the paper segments for sustainable packaging and sustainable corrugated cardboard packaging. With integrated production, our own forests and self-generated energy, for eight decades we have embraced and packaged life, carrying items that improve people’s daily lives.

We operate in the packaging paper, corrugated cardboard sheets and boxes, rosin and turpentine segments.

We are present in the South and Southeast regions, in the states of Santa Catarina, Rio Grande do Sul, São Paulo and Minas Gerais. Our largest operating site is in Santa Catarina, where we have forests, paper production, as well as a packaging plant and an administrative office. Our administrative headquarters are in Rio Grande do Sul, a state where we also have forests integrated with the production of sustainable resins. In Minas Gerais we have a paper production plant and in São Paulo a packaging plant.

We are the only Brazilian company focused on sustainable packaging listed on B3, we are also on the Novo Mercado, the highest level of corporate governance on the Brazilian stock exchange. We are part of a circular economy business model. We have our own forestry base integrated into our production and produce electricity, guaranteeing supply and cost stability. We have low exposure to the dollar, since most of our revenue comes from the Brazilian domestic market and we are not exposed to commodity cycles, as we do not buy or sell pulp. We have a robust investment plan in progress, the Gaia Platform, which aims to increase competitiveness, production capacity and energy sufficiency, sealing our commitment to sustainable development.

Irani’s OCC are the final product (packaging) that returns after use, in a true circular economy. The OCC are recycled and become packaging again.

There is no significant impact on Irani due to changes in the price of cellulose. In terms of revenue, Irani does not sell market cellulose, all the cellulose we produce is converted into sustainable packaging and paper for sustainable packaging, whose prices are historically resilient and in which demand benefits from secular trends of circular economy, substitution of materials of fossil origin, growth of e-commerce and delivery, as well as inflation pass-throughs. In terms of costs, we are not significantly impacted by fluctuations in the price of cellulose because we produce the cellulose we consume internally through our own forests.

It is Irani’s portfolio of expansion projects to increase competitiveness, production capacity and energy sufficiency, which enables us for the next growth cycle. For more information, visit the Gaia page.

1st Cycle

Gaia I – Chemical and UtilitiesRecovery Expansion

Gaia II – Expansion of SCPackaging Unit

Gaia III – MP#2 Reform

Gaia IV – Cristo Rei Repowering

Gaia V – São Luiz Repowering


2nd Cycle

Gaia VI – Process Information Management System – PIMS

Gaia VII – ETP Phase 1 Expansion

Gaia VIII – New Cut and Crease Printer

Gaia IX – Intermediate Inventory Automation

Gaia X – New FFG Dual Slotter Printer

Gaia I – Increase in energy generation for internal consumption, change in the paper production/sale mix due to the increase in cellulose production.

Gaia II – Increase in box/plate production capacity at the Santa Catarina Packaging Unit.

Gaia III – 30% increase in flexible paper production Paper Machine 2.

Gaia IV and V – Energy self-sufficiency in conjunction with Gaia I.

Gaia V – Gains from OEE (general equipment efficiency)

Gaia VII – Adequacy of the Effluent Treatment Station to meet the other expansions underway at the Santa Catarina site

Gaia VIII and IX – Change in the production mix of sheets and boxes.

For more information, visit the Gaia page.

Yes, our Historical Data Spreadsheet is available on our Investor Relations website, and can be accessed through the “Market Information” tab, “Results Center”.


Our Dividend Distribution and Payment of Interest on Equity Policy is available on our IR website and can be accessed through the “Corporate Governance” tab, “Bylaws, Codes, Policies and Regulations”.

According to Technical Pronouncement CPC 29 – Biological Assets and Agricultural Products, biological assets are living beings (plants or animals) that, after the harvesting process, become agricultural products and can be sold, generating economic benefits for the Company.
The Company’s biological assets mainly comprise the cultivation and planting of pine forests to supply raw materials for the production of cellulose used in the paper production process for packaging, resin production and sales of wood logs to third parties.

Irani has its shares traded on B3 S.A. – Brasil, Bolsa, Balcão. The shares, all ordinary, are traded on B3 through the ticker RANI3.

To invest in the Company’s shares, the investor must contact an authorized stock broker, who will be able to advise and intermediate trading on the stock exchange. The complete list of authorized stock brokers can be found on the B3 website in the Broker search field.

The Exchange’s listing segments are categories into which companies listed on B3 are divided. From the investor’s perspective, this classification signals which companies are most committed to organizing their internal processes and being accountable to the market. They are not linked to the value of the company. A market giant may be below medium and small companies, such as small caps, in terms of governance.

There are five listing segments on the Brazilian Stock Exchange, they are:

Bovespa Mais, Bovespa Mais Level 2, Level 1, Level 2 and Novo Mercado.

Irani is included in the Novo Mercado, which leads companies to B3’s highest standard of corporate governance.

You can obtain more information at: https://www.b3.com.br/pt_br/produtos-e-servicos/solucoes-para-emissores/segmentos-de-listagem/sobre-segmentos-de-listagem/

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The “ex-dividends date” is the first business day after the “date of record”. After this, it is no longer possible for the investor who buys the share to receive the profits announced by the company.

When a company believes that the trading price of its shares on the stock exchange is below its value, it can repurchase them through a Share Buyback Program. At Irani, the Program aims to maximize the generation of value for shareholders through efficient management of the capital structure.

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