São Paulo, September 29, 2015 - Triunfo Participações e Investimentos S.A. (Company) (BM&FBOVESPA: TPIS3), one of the Brazilian companies with the strongest presence in the infrastructure sector, hereby announces to its shareholders and the market that, through Vetria Mineração S.A., it signed the Accession Agreement with the Special Ports Department of the Office of the President (SEP/PR) to build a port terminal. As published in the Federal Register today, SEP, with the National Water Transportation Agency (ANTAQ) acting as the intervening party, authorized the construction and/or administration of port facilities, in the form of a Private Use Terminal, located at Vetria’s property on the left bank of the Port of Santos, for the purposes of handling and/or storing cargo destined for or resulting from water transport.
The Company believes that the property is a high-value asset, as it spans over almost 190 hectares between the Barnabé and Bagres Islands, and may be reached via road, rail or sea.
With respect to the dissociation of Vetria - As announced to the market on March 25, 2015, as soon as all conditions precedent are met, the dissociation of Vetria will be consummated. The property referred to in this notice will be then fully transferred to the Company, which will focus on developing the port project in accordance with the object of the Accession Agreement, i.e. handling solid bulk cargo.
The Company will keep its shareholders and the market informed of further developments in the process.
São Paulo, September 29, 2015
Sandro Antônio de Lima
Investor Relations Officer