Located in one of the largest producing areas in Brazil, Bataguassu ZPE is in a strategic point of convergence between Mato Grosso do Sul, Paraná, São Paulo, Goiânia, Paraguay and Mercosur.

It is the largest industrial center in the agrobusiness sector of the western center, with an efficient and inexpensive logistics layout in the waterway, road, rail and air modalities, especially the Presidente Epitácio fluvial port, leaving the ports of Santos and Paranaguá and the railroad to the north and south of the country.

Cotton and fabric

The State produces 72 thousand tons of feathers and only has a spinning industry. Half of the production is exported (in natura). Generating great opportunity for investors for spinning industries.

Paper, Pulp and Wood

The State facilitated the planting of timber, eliminating the requirement of an environmental license for planting trees. The most attractive are the world’s most competitive price per hectare, the large stock of degraded pastures and the planting consorted with the raising of cattle.

Soybean and Byproducts

The State crushes 40-50% of oilseed production (5m t / y), however, there is only one industry performing oil refining, which creates a great opportunity for other industries in this activity and also in the production of derivatives such as margarine, vegetable shortening and soy-based drinks.

Meat

Slaughter 4.6 million bovines per year, 125 million birds and 750 thousand pigs, in addition to having a vocation for fish farming. It has the largest network of refrigerators in the country, with great opportunity for industrialization and meat products.

Mato Grosso do Sul has the largest network of refrigerators in the country, with great opportunity for industrialization and meat products. such as leather. The State is a major producer of leather, around 12 thousand skins / day, its industrialization goes to the “wet-blue” stage, generating opportunity for industries that want to go beyond this stage, adding value to the product.

Business opportunities also in the sugar and ethanol industry, the state is the fifth largest producer of sugarcane in Brazil, with great potential for the expansion of sugar and ethanol production. Today it has 24 plants.

Besides all this, Mato Grosso do Sul has huge mineral reserves such as iron, manganese, limestone and cabonatadas, marble and granite, but there is a lack of investments for the exploitation of these minerals.