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Santos Brasil Participacoes SA (STBP3.SA)

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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Santos Brasil Participacoes SA announces change of auditor
Thursday, 24 Mar 2016 

Santos Brasil Participacoes SA:Says as of Q1 its quarterly financial statements will be audited by KPMG Auditores Independentes.  Full Article

Santos Brasil Participacoes SA - Chemical container blaze restricts Brazil's Santos port - Reuters
Friday, 15 Jan 2016 

Santos Brasil Participacoes SA:Up to a dozen containers carrying chemicals caught fire at a terminal at Brazil's largest port of Santos on Thursday, restricting ship movement, representatives of the port authority Codesp said. - RTRS.The fire at the container terminal operated by logistics company Localfrio in Guaruja, on the eastern side of Santos, started around 3 p.m. Brasilia time and continued into the evening, sending plumes of smoke across the shipping channel at the commodity exporting port. - RTRS.The port authority said in a statement it had stopped ships from docking at a terminal operated by Santos Brasil STBP3.SA next to Localfrio's Alfandegado terminal because of smoke, but otherwise the port was operating normally. - RTRS.Santos Brasil also said its operations were stopped indefinitely - RTRS.A spokeswoman for Localfrio, which exports general cargo as well as chemicals used for refrigeration, said emergency measures were in place and the terminal had been evacuated - RTRS.The local fire department said six trucks were in the area. Television station Globo News said 39 people had sought medical attention due to nausea and headaches - RTRS.  Full Article

Brazil logistics firm Santos considers sale of port assets

BRASILIA, Nov 6 Brazil's largest listed port operator Santos Brasil Participacoes SA said on Monday that it is looking for "strategic alternatives" for assets at the Port of Imbituba, that could include new partners or selling the assets.