History

Termomecanica, which is one of Brazil’s largest private industrial companies, is a leader in the transforming non-ferrous metals sector – copper and its alloys - into semi-processed and finished products such as bars, rods, profiles, wire, laminates, pipes for refrigeration and industrial use, water and gas pipes, TM 23 bronze bearings and jackets, copper bars for use in the steel industry and for energy supply, and TM 620 bronze bearings and dowels.

With a high level of capital and shareholders’ equity valued at 800 million dollars, the company continues to grow steadily, thanks to continuing modernization and expansion programs, in line with its traditional strategy of reinvesting profits.



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Timeline

  • 1942

    Termomecanica was incorporated in 1942, with a capital of 200 dollars, by Eng. Salvador Arena. The first machines, imported from the United States, boosted growth and, shortly afterwards, the small manufacturer of bread ovens moved from a modest warehouse rented in Mooca to another, larger one in Ipiranga.
    Its vocation for metalworking, however, soon took precedence, and the now prosperous foundry for copper and its alloys moved to its own headquarters, where it still operates, on a large piece of land consisting of several small farms purchased in the hitherto unexploited area of São Bernardo do Campo.

  • 1957

    In 1957, the company had 50 employees, and all its activities were concentrated in the new premises. The line of sheets and rods was expanded, and the company started to concentrate on producing individual parts which had until then been imported.

  • 1960 - 1969

    In the 1960s, Termomecanica introduced its own management model, acknowledging the potential of its workers and establishing a wage policy which awarded bonuses and prizes for productivity, at a time when there was no legislation to this effect.

  • 1985

    Fast growth led to the expansion of the company, and in 1985 a second plant was opened, also in São Bernardo do Campo.

  • 2008 - 2010

    Acquired the distribution center in São Bernardo do Campo and Distribution Center in Joinville-SC

  • 2011

    It was acquired plants in Chile and Argentina to the TM group.

  • 2014

    In 2014, Termomecanica celebrated 72 years of successful operations. Currently the company has two manufacturing plants and two distribution centers in Brazil, a production unit in Chile and another one in Argentina, giving a total of 211.447 thousand m² of built area, housing about two thousand employees.
    Constant investment in new technology and the purchase of the latest-generation equipment have contributed to upgrading products and processes, with an increase in production and a larger international market share.

  • 2016

    TMA
    New TMA factory in Manaus will feature the production of Inner-Grooved Copper Tubes.

    ALUMINUM
    Termomecanica is entering the market with a new line of Aluminum Tubes and Bars.

Successful History:

Throughout its history, Termomecanica has received a wide array of acknowledgements due to its acting in the national and international market. Among them:

2018

Instituto Information Management

IT Fórum

Computer World

Portal Setor Elétrico

Panorama de Negócios

Revista M&T

Portal Segs

E-commerce News

CIO

CIMM (Centro de Informação Metal e Mecânica)

Mundo Digital

Diário Indústria e Comércio

BN Américas

Mercado Aberto - Folha de São Paulo

Catálogo de Mineração Brasil

Infomet

Noticenter

Investe São Paulo

Portal do Alumínio

Revista do Alumínio

2017

IT Fórum

Site Baguete

Jornal do Comércio

Revista Potência

Site Mundo RH

Jornal G1

Revista ABM

Revista Aluminio

Revista Corte e Conformação

Revista do Frio

Investimentos e Notícias

Radar Industrial

Catálogo de Mineração Brasil

Diário Industria e Comércio

Site Brasil Engenharia

Empresas e Negócios

Computer World

Export News

Revista Mineração

Usinagem Brasil

2016

Jornal Folha de São Paulo

Revista Corte e Conformação

Jornal Valor Econômico

Jornal do Commercio

Revista Exame

Negócios Globo

Revista Téchne

Revista Eletricidade Moderna

Revista Construção Mercado

Revista DCI

Computer World

Jornal da Cana

IT Forum

Usinagem Brasil

MettalBulletin

Site Brasil Engenharia

Revista Máquinas e Metais

Revista Hydro

Boletim Industrial

Revista da Instalação

2015

Revista Gestão&Negócios

Jornal Brasil Econômico

Revista Brasil Energia

Revista Revenda Construção

Revista Case Studies

Revista Corte e Conformação de Metais

Revista ABM

Revista Exame

Jornal Estadão

Jornal Valor Econômico

Jornal O Globo

Revista do Frio

Revista DCI

2014

Jornal Valor econômico

Folha de São Paulo

Jornal DCI

Jornal Cana

Jornal Diário do Grande ABC

Revista Climatização e Refrigeração

Revista Hospitais Brasil

Revista do Frio

Revista da Abrava

Revista Reciclagem Moderna

Revista PIB

Revista Meio Ambiente Industrial

Portal Brasil Energia

2013

Ranking Exame Melhores e Maiores

Jornal da Cana

Jornal Valor econômico

Jornal DCI

Cana Mix

Revista Hydro

Revista do Frio

Revista da Abrava

Revista Tubos e Cia

Revista Reciclagem Moderna

Revista ABM

Revista PC e Cia

Revista Case Studies

Revista Gestão e RH

Revista Dinheiro

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