A Brief Look at Toyo Setal

Toyo Setal came about through the merging of two companies, one based in Japan and the other in Brazil, now with many accomplishments to be proud of. Each brought unique and qualified abilities to the table, forming one very able and strong company between the two. The birth of a new company took place as Japan’s Toyo and Brazil’s Setal Oil and Gas (SOG) announced their merger since Toyo bought fifty percent of SOG. SOG began looking for a partner to grow their business and found Toyo. Now the two companies have a joint management structure sharing power.

Toyo and SOG have had a previous relationship working in Brazil as trading partners in which made the merger smooth. They formed this merger to strengthen and unite the many operations in Brazil. Toyo and SOG plan to help grow the Brazilian economy by increasing business opportunities in the country and developing in other Latin American countries. Toyo Setal took part in the “AVEVA World Summit 2014” event, winning several awards. During this annual event in Berlin between October 14th and 16th, they recognized the merged company for receiving the “Innovations in Engineering Project Integration” award. Several companies that were using AVEVA systems competed by having their presentations judged.

The topic was “Challenges and Advances in integration technology” in which Toyo Setal took the lead in the two-phase challenge having the best solution. Sustainable development is mandatory for an engineering and construction company such as Toyo Setal. In the global scheme, the company conceives, designs, creates and innovates to implement sustainability. This ensures the preservation of natural resources for future generations by reducing waste generated from architectural projects and being water and energy conscious. The company uses experts to take on the burden of concern for social responsibility, preservation, and respect for the environment by close observation and practices for continuous improvement of environmental quality.

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