• Mining

    Brazil prepares to resume production

  • Enrichment

    Brazil increases enriched uranium production by 20%


Coronavirus: on-site activities at INB Headquarters are suspended

Taking into account the difficulty of transportation, closing of restaurants, as well as security in downtown Rio de Janeiro, Indústrias Nucleares do Brasil - INB decided to suspend the on-site activities at Headquarters until April 1, 2020. The decision will reassessed at the end of the term.

INB adopts preventive actions to control the spread of Coronavirus

Indústrias Nucleares do Brasil - INB has taken several measures that have as main goal the preservation of the health of all employees, outsourced personnel and interns, through practices that help in the control of the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the company's facilities.

U.S. Commercial Nuclear Mission participates in a meeting at INB Rio

INB's president, Carlos Freire Moreira, welcomed, last Tuesday, the 4th, an American delegation that composed the U.S. Commercial Nuclear Mission, at the company's Headquarters, in Rio de Janeiro / RJ. The meeting, which also included the participation of the president of NUCLEP, Admiral Carlos Henrique Silva Seixas, and director of AMAZUL, Vice Admiral Francisco Roberto Portella Deiana, is part of a series of visits made by the group to understand the Brazilian nuclear sector.


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