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Appendix A Example of information collected for each of the plants: the case of Generalco [information until 2006] Year of founding 1980 (Pro-alcohol plant)
Ownership history Local farmers and entrepreneurs founded the unit in 1980. Grupo Aralco acquired the plant in 1999. The plant had financial problems at the time of the acquisition.
Grupo Aralco, founded in 1978, was a pioneer in the production of ethanol fuel in ˜ the northeastern part of the state of Sao Paulo. In 2006, Aralco also controlled the following plants: Aralco and Alcoazul.
Facilities The distillery was built during the Pro-alcohol period to produce ethanol. Sugar production started around 2005. The plant experienced significant organizational changes after its acquisition in 1999. In 2006, the plant was also involved in electricity cogeneration.