Grupo CCR is one of the biggest infrastructure concession companies in the world
Founded in 1999 and doing business in the highway concession, urban mobilit, airports and services segments, Grupo CCR is a national and international reference, having been responsible for inaugurating BM&FBovespa’s New Market Exchange.
The company is responsible for 3,265 km of highway roads in the states of São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Paraná and Mato Grosso do Sul, under the management of the following concessionaire companies: CCR NovaDutra (SP-RJ), CCR ViaLagos (RJ), CCR RodoNorte (PR), CCR AutoBAn (SP), CCR ViaOeste (SP), CCR RodoAnel (SP), CCR SPVias (SP), Renovias (SP) and CCR MSVia (MS). The Group was also responsible for the first highway concession contract in the country, with CCR Ponte, which was responsible for managing the Rio-Niterói Bridge from June 1995 to May 31, 2015.
The Group also holds a shareholding interest in concessionaire ViaRio, which is responsible for the construction and operation of the Transolympic Expressway, in Rio de Janeiro.
Grupo CCR also does business in related areas, such as high-capacity data transmission through Samm, a multimedia communications and IP connectivity services company with over 4,700 km of above and underground fiber optics.
Additionally, Grupo CCR is also present in the passenger transportation segment through concessionaires ViaQuatro, CCR Barcas and CCR Metrô Bahia, respectively responsible for operating São Paulo Subway Line 4-Yellow, passenger transportation by ferry in Rio de Janeiro and the Salvador and Lauro de Freitas subway system, in addition to an equity stake in the concession VLT Carioca (Light Rail System), which interconnects the port region with downtown Rio de Janeiro.
The Group entered the airport sector in 2012 with the acquisition of shareholding interests in the international airports of Quito (Ecuador), San José (Costa Rica) and Curaçao. In Brazil, it owns concessionaire BH Airport, which is responsible for managing the International Airport of Belo Horizonte, in Minas Gerais. In 2015, the Group acquired TAS (Total Airport Services), a US-based airport services company.
Committed to sustainable development, CCR signed the United Nations Global Compact and has been a part of BM&FBovespa’s Corporate Sustainability Index (ISE) for the sixth consecutive year. The company currently has roughly 11,000 employees.