Bom Jesus Group is one of the biggest cotton, soy and seed producer in the state of Mato Grosso and in Brazil. With a vertical business model, which became its major competitive differential, it also acts in the areas of transport, input and grain commerce (seeds, fertilizers and defensives), cattle breeding, pig farming and fuel retail.
A conglomerate of six highly sustainable companies – under the economic, environmental and social aspect – the group stably employs 3,000 people, a figure that can reach 3,500 employees in the harvest period.
The companies that compose the group are: Bom Jesus Sementes, Bom Jesus Agropecuária, Bom Jesus Transportes, ABJ Comércio Agrícola and ABJ Trading, as well as Posto Transamérica. The group also holds partnership with companies such as V.S Agrícola, Boa Esperança Agropecuária and Araguari Agropecuária.
Its commitment with quality and productivity in the agricultural activity, along with the sustainability and employees’ and partners’ satisfaction, is present in the everyday operations, which are characterized by the excellence in every activity of the group.
The agricultural activities, developed by Bom Jesus Agro, are concentrated in Mato Grosso and Bahia, and are spread among 14 cores of production. Bom Jesus Transportes operates in 13 states and ABJ Comércio, dedicated to the soy commerce, acts in the national market and abroad through ABJ Trading.
From family origin, Bom Jesus Group is noteworthy for its highly efficient management and solid financial position. It counts with ten units of cotton benefitting, 42 storage and granary units, a Distribution Center, 700 machines, including tractors harvesters, over 14 agricultural airplanes, 310 planters and 1,500 implements and utility trucks.