The Orguel Group is a holding company made up of 5 companies engaged in construction, industry, mining, infrastructure and oil and gas. There are more than 2 thousand employees, 80 branches and several representatives in Brazil, Latin America and Africa. With the great contribution of employees, customers, suppliers and partners, it achieved the recognition of the Brazilian market, and what was a dream became a success story, with respect and dedication to people, much work and faith in God.

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