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Casarone Agroindustrial SA Uruguay in Lago Merín

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Casarone Agroindustrial SA Uruguay in Lago Merín
Casarone Agroindustrial SA Uruguay in Lago Merín
Casarone Agroindustrial SA Uruguay in Lago Merín
Casarone Agroindustrial SA Uruguay in Lago Merín
Casarone Agroindustrial SA Uruguay in Lago Merín
Casarone Agroindustrial SA Uruguay in Lago Merín
Casarone Agroindustrial SA Uruguay in Lago Merín
Casarone Agroindustrial SA Uruguay in Lago Merín
Casarone Agroindustrial SA Uruguay in Lago Merín
Casarone Agroindustrial SA Uruguay in Lago Merín
Kaufpreis:  180.848.000,00 EUR
Zahlbar in US Dollar (USD)


  
description:
Propery offer for sale in Lago Merin, Uruguay: Rice production in the border region Uruguay / Brazil on freshwater - lake.
The rice plantations of "CASARONE" are located directly on freshwater - lake (3,500 km²) Lago Merin in the border region of Uruguay and Brazil.
Agribusiness and Rice Mill
1.) Capacity - storage of rice in three plants in Uruguay. 1 mill and buildings, grain dryers, scales, etc. Capacity 51,000 tons 1 mill and buildings, grain dryers, scales etc Capacity 40,000 tons 3 mills and buildings, grain dryers, scales etc Capacity 30,000 tonnes per day Reception at each facility 1,000 tonnes per day
condition: 2.) Farm equipment The latest generation of machines for planting and harvesting of rice.
3.) Ownership of land The company owns about 20,000 hectares and a cattle ranch.
4.) Planting of their own country: 5,000 ha of rice per year, 2,000 hectares of summer crops (soybeans) and meadows with breeding and fattening of cattle in the remaining region.
5.) Water supply to the farm: Latest generation of machines. The water is fed with the electric pumps and dams the plants. The water source is the lake Merin, this means that the annual demand for water is well secured.
equipment:
 
other: Performance: 3,5%.
store price: 200.000.000 U$
 
 
environment and location
Mittelamerika/Karibik/Südamerika
Uruguay
Departamento Cerro Largo
Lago Merín
Adresse: Lago Merin,
directly on freshwater - lake, Lago Merin (3.500 km²)
larger place in the near: Río Branco.
  living spave: -
useful: -
land size: The company also owns approximately 20,000 hectares of paddy and livestock.
year built: -
rooms: -
Etages: -
Garages: yes
Balkony: -
Heating: -
flooring: -
Terrace: -
Free from: immediately
description og location
Lagoon Mirim or Merín is a large estuarine lagoon which extends from southern Rio Grande do Sul state in Brazil into eastern Uruguay. Lagoa Mirim is separated from the Atlantic Ocean by a sandy, partially barren isthmus. Lagoon Mirim is about 108 miles (174 km) long by 6 to 22 miles (35 km) wide and 62.250 km². It is more irregular in outline than its larger neighbor to the north, Lagoa dos Patos, and discharges into the latter through São Gonçalo Channel, which is navigable by small boats. Lagoa Mirim has no direct connection to the Atlantic, but the Rio Grande, a tidal channel about 24 miles (39 km) long which connects Lagoon dos Patos to the Atlantic, affords an entrance to the navigable inland waters of both lagoons and several small ports. The southern part of the lake lies in Uruguayan territory, but its navigation, as determined by treaty, belongs exclusively to Brazil. Both lagoons are the remains of an ancient depression in the coastline shut in by sand beaches built up by the combined action of wind and oceanic currents. They are at the same level as the ocean, but their waters are affected by the tides and are brackish only a short distance above the Rio Grande outlet. The Jaguarão/Yaguarón River, which forms part of the Brazil-Uruguay boundary line, empties into Lagoon Mirim, and is navigable 26 miles (42 km) up to and beyond the twin towns of Jaguarão (Brazil) and Rio Branco (Uruguay). On the Uruguayan side apart from the Yaguarón River, the Cebollatí River and the Tacuarí River empty into the Lagoon Mirim. The amount of water received by the lagoon is greater from the Uruguayan side.
Economic Situation
The industrial sector is the largest component of GDP at 43%, followed by the service sector at 41%. Agriculture represents 16% of GDP (2004). Rio Grande do Sul exports: footwear 18%, soybeans 14%, tobacco 13.6%, vehicles 8%, frozen meat 7.2%, chemicals 6.8%, and leather 5% (2002) Share of the Brazilian economy: 7% (2005). One of the most prosperous Brazilian states, Rio Grande do Sul is known especially for its grain production, viticulture, ranching, and for its considerable industrial output. In 1827, emigrants from Idar-Oberstein discovered the world’s most important agate deposit in Brazil’s state of Rio Grande do Sul. As early as 1834, the first delivery of agate from Rio Grande do Sul had been made to Idar-Oberstein. The Brazilian agate exhibited very even layers, much more even than those seen in the local agates. This made them especially good for making engraved gems.

 



Kaufpreis:  180.848.000,00 EUR
Zahlbar in US Dollar (USD)
 
   

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