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saints and saints

The Atlantic Wood Brand is nothing more than the natural reflection of our positioning in the forestry sector. She affirms, on the one hand, the entire defense of sustainability and ecosystems and, on the other hand, rejects the devastation that has been happening in the “rainforest”.

Atlantic Wood®, therefore, has in its own DNA and in all the activities that the brand develops and
the basic principles of sustainability, assumed in its 3 aspects:

Economic Sustainability – the forest must be self-sustainable, creating value capable of maintaining and
attract investors and distribute the income generated;

Environmental Sustainability – the forest has to reinforce its role as a carbon sink, purifier of the ambient air, of the air we breathe every day, of the landscapes that fill our souls, like eye candy, and a true mainstay of biodiversity;

Social Sustainability – the forest must have “people inside” who live and work in it, allowing social well-being in the surrounding community, strengthening ties with it and valuing its outputs in the market. Society must be able to look at the forest as an entity on which the survival of the human species depends.



Provision of forestry and environmental services that safeguard the forest, recover the
ecosystems and minimize carbon footprint, creating value as well as product placement
in the market that exceed the legitimate expectations of our customers.



To assume the company as a reference in the global market of finished wood products
from sustainable forests. To assume the company as a national reference player in the
provision of forestry and environmental services.



Santos & Santos has always had, since its inception in 1949, genuine concerns about
sustainability, at a time when this was not only a concept yet to be invented, but
also an aspect ignored and neglected by society and by most of the fabric
Currently, the growing and vertiginous concerns worldwide regarding the protection of the
environment, carbon sequestration, safety and health at work and, in general, quality
of goods and services purchased, have forced companies in the sector to adjust their strategies
and actions to this new paradigm.

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