Latin America Investing
Poised for Greater Growth
Arlon focuses its Latin American investments on smaller middle-market growth companies and buyouts across the food and agriculture supply chain, with a focus on Brazil and the greater Andean region.
Sample Investment Criteria
Arlon has the flexibility to consider investments outside the parameters below, and Arlon's investments may not meet the criteria as described herein.
- Equity investments in middle-market growth and buyout investments
- Cash flow positive
- Equity check: typically $10-40mm, although, for the right opportunity, we will invest more or less
CBL Alimentos SAwww.cblalimentos.com.br
CBL Alimentos SA (Betânia) is the largest dairy company in the Northeast Region of Brazil, producing fluid milk, dairy drinks and yogurt, among other dairy products. Betânia is based in Fortaleza, Ceará, Brazil.
Grano Alimentos S.A.www.grano.com.br
Grano Alimentos S.A. (Grano) is a leading manufacturer of packaged frozen vegetable products, selling to food service, retail, private label and industrial clients throughout Brazil. Grano uses a semi-integrated sourcing model and sources vegetables year-round from local producers in the region. The company is known for its strong brand, the quality and reliability of its product offering and the reach of its distribution. Grano is based in Serafina Correa, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.
Sotran SA Logistica e Transporte
Sotran SA Logistica e Transporte (Sotran) is a leading third-party logistics service provider based in Londrina, Parana, Brazil. Sotran provides truckload transportation and intermodal services to leading companies in the agribusiness industry, including grain trading companies, cooperatives, food manufacturers, fertilizer companies and sugar cane mills, among others. Sotran has an active network of over 35,000 pre-approved truckers and regional carriers that match their precise equipment to each customer's freight requirements. Sotran also offers warehousing and rail transshipment services in Paraná through its subsidiary Ricolog.