METISA Metalúrgica Timboense S.A.

About METISA Metalúrgica Timboense S.A.

METISA Metalúrgica Timboense S.A. manufactures and sells tractor and farm implement parts, granite saw blades, highway implement parts, parts for railways, hand tools, and washers primarily in Brazil. It offers agricultural disc blades and implements for a range of equipment, including sugar-alcohol sector, as well as sugarcane harvest blades; stone saw blades used in various types of gang saws for cutting ornamental stones; blades and edges, teeth, adapters and tips, track shoes, and grouser bars for tractors, bulldozers, scrapers, retro excavators, earth movers, motor graders, and track and backhoe loaders; and railroad accessories, such as tie plates, joint bars, metallic cores, and steel sleepers for the construction of permanent ways. The company also provides hand tools comprising shovels, spades, picks, post hole diggers, and hoes and mattocks for use in civil construction, gardening, farming, and mining; and parts for trucks, such as bars and profiles, and truck axles for use in the fabrication of springs for pneumatic suspension and other parts. It exports its products to approximately 40 countries directly, as well as through agents. The company is headquartered in Timbo, Brazil.

MTSA4.SA Brazil

42.78USD0.29 (+0.68%)

• At close Mon Oct 10 2022

São Paulo exchange

Sector: Industrials

Industry: Farm & Heavy Construction Machinery

Location Brazil, Timbó

Grade: AEF

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