Tuper moves up in the Valor 1000 ranking. The company stood out for having the highest percentage increase among the 44 companies in Santa Catarina, and in the national ranking, it was among the 27 that grew the most percentage-wise compared to the previous year. These numbers resulted in a significant jump, going from 598th place in 2021 to the 374th position in this edition, marking a difference of 224 positions.
In percentage terms, this growth represents an index of 127% in relation to the net operating revenue from the previous ranking.
What is the Valor 1000 ranking?
The Valor 1000 yearbook is published by the newspaper Valor Econômico and is in its twenty-second edition. The ranking, conceived by the Center for Studies in Finance at the Getúlio Vargas Foundation, with partners such as Serasa Experian and the Center for Studies in Finance at the São Paulo Business School of the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV), results from the analysis of the performance of Brazilian companies that disclose their financial and accounting results. Over time, due to its seriousness and reliability, it has become a reference point for the categorization and recognition of business segments in the country.
The ranking announcement event with the awards for the highlights of the year took place on September 5th in São Paulo.
You can check the data regarding Tuper’s performance in the 2022 edition of the Valor 1000 yearbook by clicking here.
With over 50 years of experience, Tuper is one of the largest steel processors in Brazil. The company keeps up with market developments with a wide range of products in compliance with the most demanding national and international standards. The product portfolio includes solutions for various sectors such as industrial, automotive, construction, agriculture, oil and gas, among others. Tuper’s journey is marked by determination, the audacity to create innovative solutions, and a commitment to offering excellent products for all the segments to which its products are directed.
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