After playing a key role in massive infrastructure projects across Brazil, infrastructure company Triunfo Participações e Investimentos is now obligated to sell assets in order to reduce its huge debt, as its projects are unable to generate enough revenue.
The São Paulo-based company was created in 1999 to manage certain highway concessions. With the commodities boom era in Brazil fueling massive infrastructure projects across the nation during the 2000s and the early part of this decade, Triunfo expanded its activities to other infrastructure areas, including ports, airports and electric power projects.
However, the combination of less-than-expected cash generation, high interest rates and increasing debt forced the company to assume a less aggressive plan and it is likely to return its focus to its origins as a toll road operator.
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