1986 – Embrart’s history started when a group of partners signed a contract to establish the Projeto Comercial Embrart – Indústria de Embalagem e Artefatos de Papel Ltda. The founding partners of the company had all the conceptual characteristics of a family-owned business. The first company headquarters was in Hauer, in a small establishment used to produce cardboard and corrugated cardboard boxes, paper artefacts and, above all, corrugated paper rolls.
1987 – Set on becoming more specialized, in October the company hired two mechanical engineers with a track record in the paper and pulp industry, in addition to qualified sales personnel and maintenance professionals.
1989 – Embrart took an important step toward expansion. It moved its headquarters to a much larger location with a lot more machinery. The new address was the Cidade Industrial de Curitiba, at Av. Juscelino K. Oliveira, 3580, where is remained until January 1999.
1992 – The company was now largely dedicated to manufacturing corrugated paper rolls using printers and corrugators. At that time, it had approximately 40 employees. Production also included paper tubes and barrels, but a change in market demand for cardboard boxes changed the focus of production. The barrel and tube factory was consequently sold and the company acquired printing equipment (Niwa and Peters), followed by a Simon printer that was first operated in November 1996.
1995 – A huge change took place in February when most of the shareholders left the company.
1997 – New company transformations took place in February when THE Leiner family assumed command of Embrart. In December, Embrart stopped producing its own cardboard sheets, the corrugators were sold and it started to purchase cardboard.
1999 – In February, Embrart moved its headquarters to Rua Senador Accioly Filho, 725 , in the Cidade Industrial de Curitiba, where it is still located.
2000 – In September of that year, Embrart was awarded ISO – 9001:1994 certification.
2001 – The company made a new investment and imported a SIMON 350 printer, which breathed new life into the business.
2002 – Expectations for the future were mainly related to conquering new segments of the market. Embrart acquired a competitor that was already an important market leader in the region, and thus strengthened its company structure.
2004 – In July Embrart acquired a rotary creasing and dye-cutting machine to attract the niche of fruit and vegetable farmers. On that same year, the company initiated the implementation of the business management software system, SIADNE, to ensure perfect integration of all its processes. In September, a dream of the Embrart finally came true and the company purchased the property that currently houses the Curitiba facilities.
2005 – A new logo was created. The Embrart brand evolved to accompany the company’s growth. After all, the visual identity of an organization must walk side by side with its evolution.
2006 – In September, Embrart expanded its business and opened its first branch in the city of Campo Alegre, in the state of Santa Catarina.
2007 – In January, the company purchased two trucks acquired to boost the level of shipping services offered to customers, and the company fleet was part outsourced and part company-owned. In August, Embrart started to operate the new large-scale printer acquired in China. September witnessed the arrival of the two-part stapler, high performance equipment for boxes stapled in two parts, and the cutting plotter for manufacturing samples.
2008 – In March, the company purchased another truck. In October, expansion of the warehouse for new binding, cutting and creasing machines was concluded.
2009 – Embrart altered the QMS (Quality Management System) documentation to comply with requirements of the NBR ISO 9001:2008.
2010 – In June, another truck was added to the Embrart fleet.
On this year, we made the largest investment of our company’s history and installed an automatic five-colour printer with quick setup.
2011 – In May, one more truck was added to the fleet.
2014 – We launched an investment plan that met all company expectations and increased productivity. The plan consisted of acquiring new equipment, training our staff, and improving our facilities and the Quality Management System.
2015 – Inauguration of a new factory in Araucária.