Invepar is a Brazilian group that operates in the transportation infrastructure segment, both in Brazil and abroad, with a focus on highway management and operations, urban mobility systems and airports. It is currently composed of ten companies that manage and operate concessions in these areas, providing mobility and accessibility to millions of users in strategic regions throughout Brazil and Latin America.
The company has not participated in any projects.
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The Brazil Ministry of Infrastructure and the concessionaire of Guarulhos International Airport have signed an agreement to implement an automated people mover (APM) system. The APM system will conne...Read more
Brazilian toll road operator Invepar has formalized the request for the return of a road concession together with the National Transportation Agency Terrestrial (ANTT).Read more
VINCI Highways, VINCI Concessions’ subsidiary, has finalized the acquisition of 100% of LAMSAC company, concessionaire-holder of Línea Amarilla, a 25 km toll road around the center of Lim...Read more
VINCI Highways has signed the agreement with INVEPAR for the acquisition of 100% of LAMSAC company, the concessionaire-holder of Línea Amarilla toll road in the center of Li...Read more
CCR, the Brazil-based infrastructure concessions group, has announced the agreement to acquire whole stake of Odebrecht's shares in ViaRio, the project company running the deve...Read more
Brazilian construction company Grupo OAS recently said its creditors would take over its 24.5 % stake in infrastructure developer Invepar as part of a restructuring plan.Read more
Grupo OAS has found no bidders for its 24.4% stake in the infrastructure company Invepar after Brookfield Asset Management Inc withdrew its R$1.35 billion (US$365.3 million)&n...Read more
Brookfield Asset Management Inc has withdrawn its offer to acquire 24.4% stake in the infrastructure company Invepar held by Grupo OAS SA. Other shareholders of Invepar includ...Read more
Invepar has sold a 10 percent stake in the São Paulo/Guarulhos-Governador André Franco Montoro International Airport to Airports Company South Africa SOC Limited (ACSA).Read more
Engineering group OAS is considering selling its 25 % stake in Brazillian infrastructure development firm Invepar.Read more