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Forjas Taurus to outsource manufacturing of certain long firearms
Forjas Taurus extends maturity of about $150.0 million debt
Forjas Taurus approves capital increase of BRL 17.5 million
Taurus Armas SA, formerly known as Forjas Taurus SA, is a Brazil-based company primarily engaged in the production of short weapons. The Company divides its operational segments into Weapons, Helmets and Others. The Weapons segment manufactures and distributes revolvers, civil and military pistols and ammunition, as well as custom metal pieces, such as motorcycle parts. The Helmets segment is involved in the production of helmets for motorcyclists. The Others segment includes the manufacturing and marketing of glasses, plastic injected products, such as waste containers, tools for construction, mechanics and gardening and Metal Injection Molding (MIM), used in various industries, such as automotive, electronic or oil, among others. The Company, together with its subsidiaries, operate multiples manufacturing plants located in the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul, the state of Parana, the state of Bahia and in the United States.
Avenida Sao Borja
n 2181 - Predio A - Fazenda Sao Borja
Jorio Dauster Magalhaes e Silva
Chairman of the Board, Member of the Board of Directors
Marco Aurelio Salvany
Chief Executive Officer
Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Administrative Officer, Director of Investor Relations
Jorge Py Velloso
Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Institutional Relations and Planning Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Vice Chairman of the Board, Member of the Board of Directors
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Brazilian gunmaker Taurus Armas SA has signed a joint venture with Indian steelmaker Jindal Group to produce and sell guns in India, according to a securities filing on Monday.
Brazilian gunmaker Taurus Armas SA has signed a joint venture with Indian steelmaker Jindal Group to produce guns in India, according to a securities filing on Monday.
Brazilian gunmaker Taurus Armas SA <TASA3.SA> said on Monday it is extending for six months its memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Indian steelmaker Jindal Group on a possible joint venture in India.
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