Social Responsibility


Remasa’s greatest assets are its employees and its capacity to integrate to society. Remasa practices social responsibility through programs to improve the quality of life of its employees and also through its participation in the local society as an agent who promotes values ​​and a new vision for the future.

Remasa, as a socially responsible company, believes in transforming the present into a better future through its work and the practice of its values. To this end, its approximately 200 employees are extremely valued, receiving fair salaries and offered continuous training. The employees also receive housing, medical and dental assistance, transport, food and pedagogical support for their children. In this way, Remasa directly benefits approximately 600 people, always concerned in ensuring the quality of life of its employees and their families.

In order to continuously support the forest industry’s production chain, Remasa maintains a transparent relationship with its partners and promotes social and economic development in the region, indirectly benefiting more than 2,000 people in the center-south of Paraná.


The Remasa Group maintains a good relationship with neighboring communities, either through periodic meetings or through various partnerships such as the hiring of local labor, purchase of local products (fruits and vegetables), and the daily contact that representatives of the company have when passing through the different communities. When asked about the impacts generated by Remasa, the communities are unanimous in describing the generation of employment and income, and the maintenance of roads as the main positive impacts generated by the company in the region.


The Remasa Group is a major partner of important educational institutions, often receiving visits from students in every level, from elementary schools to universities. The company also has an internship program, contributing to the academic education with practical experience and promoting the development of new studies in the forestry sector.