Our presence in Latin America includes over 3,000 employees in Brazil who strive to work safely, ensure the success of our business, and sustainably manage over 294,000 acres of forestland. Our purpose is to produce the paper you need in the most responsible and sustainable ways.

Our Brands in Latin America

We are proud of our printing and writing paper brands, Chamex, Chamequinho and Chambril, produced exclusively from certified eucalyptus fiber.

Our Mills and Forests

Our Brazilian mills produce more than 1 million tons of uncoated paper per year. We use eucalyptus fiber, grown in the forests surrounding our facilities in the state of Sao Paulo. These forests cover over 250,000 acres and provide a sustainable source of high-quality wood fiber. 
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Mogi Guacu

Located in the state of Sao Paulo, the Mogi Guacu mill has been in operation since the 1960s. Today, in addition to being Sylvamo’s largest mill in Brazil, it houses our corporate and export operations. Our mill holds certifications from ISO 9001, ISO 14001, PEFC and FSC® (Forest Steward Council®) (FSC - C101761). 
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Luiz Antonio

The Luiz Antonio mill is located in the countryside of the state of Sao Paulo. This mill’s certifications include ISO 9001, ISO 14001, Xerox Certification, PEFC , FSC® and European Ecolabel Flower.
Tres Lagoas Tres Lagoas

Tres Lagoas

Our mill in Tres Lagoas, Mato Grosso do Sul is the newest facility in Brazil, in operation since 2009, and features some of the most advanced technology on the market. The mill holds ISO 9001, PEFC, FSC®, ISO 14001, ISO 45001 and European Ecolabel Flower certifications.
Forestry Forestry


Our forestry area spans over 100,000 hectares within the state of Sao Paulo. About 70% of the area is destined for eucalyptus cultivation for pulp and paper production, while 25,000 hectares are made up of natural areas for the conservation of biodiversity, soil, air and water. Nearly all the forestland we own in Brazil is certified under FSC® or PEFC forest management standards.

Community Engagement

In Brazil, the Chamex Institute invests in education and projects that generate change in our communities. Contact us to request partnerships or donations.
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Since 2007, we have invested over BRL $13 million in community projects that have impacted more than 320,000 people throughout Brazil.  

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Verde Mel

The Verde Mel project, the result of a partnership with Instituto ATA, encourages the responsible management of native stingless bees, values meliponiculture, and the Atlantic Forest pollination ecosystem service. 

Contacts and Resources