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    Here you find a summary of available infrastructure in the city, with data on transport, services and industry. Rio Negócios can help you use that structure to your favor.

    Port

    The port of Rio presented an average growth of 20% in passenger volume over the past 13 years.

    Rio de Janeiro Port Traffic Indicators

    2009 2010 2010 2011 2012 2013
    Passengers 410.598 517.017 552.479 598.838 520.104 332.831
    Containers (TEU)* 350.295 315.489 315.489 415.455 437.205 357.350
    Total cargo (tons) 6.769.028 6.946.638 6.946.637 7.706.623 7.758.349 8.858.836

    Source: ANTAQ, National Agency of Waterway Transportation and Ministry of Tourism.
    Note: *TEU - twenty foot equivalent unit. Unit of measurement of a container's capacity.

     

    Ranking of Brazilian organized ports by total cargo movement – 2013

    Airport

    The movement of passengers in the two main Rio airports in 2013 was equivalent to four times the city's population.

    ¹Source: INFRAERO, Brazilian Airport Infrastructure Company. Superintendence of Planning and Management - PRPG.

    In 2012, the number of passengers passing through the Galeão International and Santos Dumont airports had grown 14% and 8% in two years.

    Fingers¹ - 2014

    # Airport City State # %
    1 Tom Jobim Rio RJ 38 17%
    2 Brasília Brasília DF 29 13%
    3 Cumbica Guarulhos SP 25 11%
    4 Santos Dumont Rio RJ 20 9%
    5 Viracopos Campinas SP 19 8%
    6 T. Neves Cofins MG 17 7%
    7 Afonso Pena S.J. dos Pinhais PR 14 6%
    8 Congonhas São Paulo SP 12 5%
    Other Airports 17 9%
    Total 191 85%

    ¹ Finger is a term used by Infraero and it is synonymous to jetway or airbridge.
    Source: Infraero; Rio Negócios.

     

    # Weekly Direct International Flights

    From 2010 % Brasil 2011 % Brazil 2012 % Brazil 2013 % Brazil
    RJ 202 19% 259 22% 270 23% 244 21%
    Brazil 1066 1200 1192 1173

    Source: Infraero; Rio Negócios.

    Heliports

    Heliports located in the City - 2013

    Name Use Dimensions (m) Capacity (t) Neighborhood
    AGO Private 21m x 21m 5,0 t Barra da Tijuca
    Banco Central Private 19,5m x 19,5m 3,0 t Centro
    Banco Itaú-RJ Private 18m x 18m 3,0 t São Cristóvão
    Barra Green Private 18m x 18m 4,0 t Barra da Tijuca
    BNDES Private 19,5m x 19,5m 4,30 t Centro
    Bolsa-RJ Private 20,6m x 20,6m 5,0 t Centro
    Cândido Mendes Private 18m x 18m 3,0 t Centro
    Carreteiro Private 19,5m x 19,5m 5,0 t Paciência
    Catedral Mundial da Fé Private 21m x 21m 5,0 t Del Castilho
    CCN - Torre Norte Private 21m x 21m 4,5 t Cidade Nova
    Centro Empresarial Botafogo Private 21,5m x 21,5m 4,0 t Botafogo
    Centro Empresarial Mourisco Private 19,5m x 19,5m 2,0 t Botafogo
    Centro Empresarial Senado Private 27m x 27m 10,0 t Centro
    CEO Private 21m x 21m 4,0 t Barra da Tijuca
    Clube CEU Private 18,4m x 18,4m 3,0 t Jacarepaguá
    COM-CN-Cidade Nova Private 21m x 21m 5,0 t Cidade Nova
    Dona Marta Private 18m x 18m 2,0 t Botafogo
    Edifício Serrador Private 18m x 18m 3,0 t Centro
    Edifício Torre Almirante Private 20,6m x 20,6m 4,0 t Centro
    Edise Private 24m x 24m 6,0 t Centro
    Furnas Centrais Elétricas S/A Private 18 m x 18 m 5,0 t Botafogo
    Grota Funda Private 24m x 24m 6,0 t Recreio dos Bandeirantes
    Hospital Municipal Ronaldo Gazolla Private 21m x 21m 6,0 t Acarai
    Hospital Copa D'or Private 19,5m x 19,5m 4,0 t Copacabana
    Huck Private 19,5m x 19,5m 3,0 t Joatinga
    INTO Private 24m x 24m 6,0 t Cajú
    Lagoa Private 18m x 18m 10,0 t Lagoa
    Mário Henrique Simonsen Private 21m x 21m 5,0 t Barra da Tijuca
    Méier Medical Center Private 19,5m x 19,5m 4,0 t Todos os Santos
    Ministro Nelson Hungria Private 21m x 21m 5,0 t Centro
    Morro da Urca Private 18m x 18m 2,0 t Urca
    Multiplan Private 19,5m x 19,5m 2,7 t Centro
    Ouro Negro Private 21m x 21m 4,3 t Maracanã
    Palacio Guanabara Private 21m x 21m 5,0 t Laranjeiras
    Paquetá Private 28m x 28m 9,0 t Paquetá
    Prefeitura do Rio de Janeiro Private 24m x 24m 5,0 t Lagoa
    Projac Private 21m x 21m 10,0 t Jacarepaguá
    Recreio Private 18,9m x 18,9m 10,0 t Recreio dos Bandeirantes
    Rio Alpha Private 24m x 24m 6,0 t Centro
    Rio - Bravo Private 24m x 24m 6,0 t Centro
    Rio Centro Private 28,5m x 28,5m 9,0 t Barra da Tijuca
    Rio Sul Center Private 21m x 21m 2,6 t Botafogo
    Lagoa Private 18m x 18m 10,0 t Lagoa

    Note: Heliports registered with the Air Force only.
    Source: ROTAER - ICA (Air Force Cartography Institute).

    Energy

    Installed Capacity - MW

    2009 2010 2011 2012
    Brazil 106.569 113.327 117.135 120.973
    City of Rio de Janeiro 8.411 8.454 8.503 7.991

    Source: Energy Research Company (EPE). Electric Power Statistical Yearbook - 2011

     

    Electric Power Generation - GWh

    2009 2010 2011 2012
    Brazil 462.976 509.223 531.758 552.498
    City of Rio de Janeiro 29.369 42.803 38.540 47.610

     

    Annual consumption of electric power - City of Rio de Janeiro

    2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
    Annual consumption (1) (MWh) 13.486.959 13.717.623 14.282.805 14.511.867 16.901.704 17.108.243
    Annual total of consumer units 2.489.822 2.517.224 2.564.262 2.606.937 2.627.851 2.580.877
    Annual average consumption by Consumer Unit (MWh) 5,42 5,45 5,57 5,57 6,43 6,63
    Average annual consumption by inhabitant (MWh / hab) 2,18 2,20 2,28 2,30 2,66 2,68

    Source: Light Serviços de Eletricidade S.A./ IPP (population projection).
    Note: (1) - Includes the following categories of electric power consumption: residential, industrial, commercial, rural, government, public illumination, public service and own consumption.

     

    Electric power consumer units - 2012

    Consumption class Brazil City of Rio de Janeiro
    Residential 61.697.228 2.354.708
    Industrial 572.821 7.063
    Commercial, Services and Others 5.270.878 212.539
    Rural 4.129.147 225
    Government 535.825 5.194
    Public Illumination 83.342 81
    Public Service (1) 75.831 873
    Own Consumption 11.973 196
    Rural Aquaculture - -
    Rural Irrigation - -
    Total 72.377.045 2.580.877

     

    Electric power consumption - MW - 2010

    Brazil State of Rio de Janeiro
    Residential 106.841.739 5.988.844
    Industrial 77.317.510 1.116.469
    Commercial, Services and Others 66.724.268 5.023.741
    Rural 13.772.295 2.240
    Government 12.679.538 1.245.823
    Public Illumination 11.895.928 442.477
    Public Service (1) 11.271.966 624.072
    Own Consumption 654.163 68.201
    Rural Aquaculture 392.017 -
    Rural Irrigation 3.966.234 -
    Total 305.515.658 14.511.867

    Source: (Brazil) - National Agency of Electrical Energy, ANEEL. Available in: http://rad.aneel.gov.br/ReportServerSAD?%2fSAD_REPORTS%2fConsumidoresConsumoReceitaTarifaMedia-ClasseConsumo&rs:Command=Render acesso 15-03-2012. (Rio de Janeiro) - Light Serviços de Eletricidade S.A./ IPP - Data Warehouse.
    Note: (1) - Included in the Public Service category are: water, sewage, sanitation and electrical traction.

    Water

    Total population, served urban population and water supply index (inhab) - 2012

    Total Population (2) Served Population Supply Index (%) (1)
    Brazil (urban) 193.976.530 147.031.404 75,8
    State of Rio de Janeiro 6.390.290 5.824.344 91,1

     

    Water volume produced by the water supply system (1,000 m3 /year) - 2012

    Total volume produced (1.000 m3 /year) (%)
    Brazil 12.887.809 100%
    State of Rio de Janeiro 1.034.288 8%

    Source : Ministry of Cities - National Secretariat of Environmental Sanitation - National Information System on Sanitation, SNIS.
    Available on http://www.snis.gov.br. Access on 3/19/2012 - Data made available by CEDAE (Rio de Janeiro).
    Notes: (1) - Average value for serving of urban population.

     

    Water consumption volume (1,000 m3 /year) - 2012

    Total volume consumed (1,000 m3 / year) (%)
    Brazil 9.359.606 100%
    State of Rio de Janeiro 660.085 7%

    Source : Ministry of Cities - National Secretariat of Environmental Sanitation - National Information System on Sanitation - SNIS - Available on http://www.snis.gov.br.
    Access on 3/19/2012 - Data made available by CEDAE (Rio de Janeiro).
    Note: Water volume consumed - Annual water volume consumed by all users, including the micromeasured volume, the estimated consumption volume for connections without water meters or with an inactive water meter and the volume of treated water exported.

    Sewage

    Number of active residential sewage connections - 2009

    Total (%)
    Brazil 28.943.994 100,0
    State of Rio de Janeiro 1.515.778 5,2

    Source : Ministry of Cities - National Secretariat of Environmental Sanitation - National Information System on Sanitation - SNIS - Available at http://www.snis.gov.br.
    Accessed on 3/20/2012 - Data made available by CEDAE (Rio de Janeiro).
    Note: Economy - Houses, apartments, commercial units, offices, industries, public agencies and alike, existing in a specific building, which are served by the water supply and/or sewage systems.

     

    Collected sewage volume (1,000 m3 / year) - 2009

    Total Volume Collected (1,000 m³ /year) (%)
    Brazil 5.704.835 100,0
    State of Rio de Janeiro 414.798 7,3

    Source : Ministry of Cities - National Secretariat of Environmental Sanitation - National Information System on Sanitation - SNIS - Available at http://www.snis.gov.br.
    Accessed on 3/19/2012 - Data made available by CEDAE (Rio de Janeiro).
    Note - The calculation base for the estimate of the annual sewage volume released into the collection network considers, on average, 80% to 85% of the water volume consumed in the economies.

     

    Treated sewage index - 2009

    (%)
    Brazil (1) 38,7
    State of Rio de Janeiro 79,6

    Source : Ministry of Cities - National Secretariat of Environmental Sanitation - National Information System on Sanitation - SNIS - Ranking de Saneamento 2009.
    Available at http://www.snis.gov.br. Accessed on 3/19/2012- Data made available by CEDAE (Rio de Janeiro).
    (1) Based on 81 cities in the country.

    Mobility

    Rio de Janeiro has 96% of its passenger traffic concentrated in road transportation.

    Passenger traffic by mode of transportation: road, rail, water and air - City of Rio de Janeiro - 2010

    Passengers (number x 1,000) %
    Road 1.160.638 96,1
    Bus 860.062 71,2
    Subway 164.241 13,6
    Train 135.751 11,2
    Streetcar 584 0,05
    Waterways 26.530 2,2
    Airway 20.169 1,7
    Total 1.207.336 100,0

    Source: City Superintendence of Urban Transportation, SMTU. RIOÔNIBUS; Companhia do Metropolitano do Rio de Janeiro - Subway-RJ;
    Opportrans Concessão Metroviária S.A.- METRÔ RIO; Companhia Fluminense de Trens Urbanos – Flumitrens; SuperVia S.A.; Transporte Marítimo e 'Turismo S.A.- TRANSTUR;
    Barcas S.A.; Companhia de Navegação do Estado do Rio de Janeiro - CONState of Rio de Janeiro; Brazilian Airport Infrastructure Company - INFRAERO.

    Telecommunications

    Individual and public fixed telephone lines - 2012

    Fixed lines City of Rio de Janeiro Brazil
    Installed (1)
    Total 2.997.606 44.854.446
    Individual 2.971.978 43.906.731
    Public 25.628 947.715
    In service (2)
    Total 1.935.267 29.887.806
    Individual 1.909.639 28.940.125
    Public 25.628 947.715

    Source: ANATEL. Available at http://sistemas.anatel.gov.br/sgmu/ - Last access on 2/20/2012.
    Notes:
    (1) Installed lines is the total formed by all the fixed lines that have all the necessary facilities to be in service.
    (2) Lines in service are the installed lines that are placed at the disposal of the users, including public use terminals (TUP).

     

    Teledensity - 2012

    Teledensity (access/100 inhabitants) (1) Population (2)
    City of Rio de Janeiro 46,7 6.320.446
    Brazil 136,0 201.774.168

    Fonte: ANATEL
    Source: ANATEL
    Notes: (1) Teledensity Calculation - Pereira Passos Municipal Urbanism Institute - IPP.
    (2) IBGE, Monthly projections of Brazil's population until November 2010. "

    Individual and public fixed telephone lines - 2012

    Fixed lines City of Rio de Janeiro Brazil
    Installed (1)
    Total 2.997.606 44.854.446
    Individual 2.971.978 43.906.731
    Public 25.628 947.715
    In service (2)
    Total 1.935.267 29.887.806
    Individual 1.909.639 28.940.125
    Public 25.628 947.715

    Source: ANATEL. Available at http://sistemas.anatel.gov.br/sgmu/ - Last access on 2/20/2012.
    Notes: (1) Installed lines is the total formed by all the fixed lines that have all the necessary facilities to be in service. (2) Lines in service are the installed lines that are placed at the disposal of the users, including public use terminals (TUP).

     

    Rio de Janeiro has a teledensity of 47 lines per 100 inhabitants, much higher that the Brazilian average of 21 fixed lines available per 100 Brazilians.

     

    Teledensity - 2012

    Teledensity (access/100 inhabitants) (1) Population (2)
    City of Rio de Janeiro 46,7 6.320.446
    Brazil 136,0 201.774.168

    Source: ANATEL
    Notes:
    (1) Teledensity Calculation - Pereira Passos Municipal Urbanism Institute - IPP.
    (2) IBGE, Monthly projections of Brazil's population until November 2010. "

    Source: Teleco, Intelligence in Telecommunications. http://www.teleco.com.br.
    Note: Cell phone density = cell phones per 100 inhabitants.
    Available at: http://www.teleco.com.br/ncel_hist.asp. Time: 11:24 on 3/20/12.

     

    % of Brazilian household residents with access to means of communication

    2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
    Radio 88,1% 88,9% 87,9% 81,4% 83,4% 80,9%
    Television 94,5% 95,1% 95,7% 95,0% 96,9% 97,2%
    Telephone (landline or cell phone) 77,0% 82,1% 84,3% 87,9% 89,9% 91,2%
    Computer 26,6% 31,2% 34,7% 38,3% 42,9% 46,4%
    Computer with Internet access 20,2% 23,8% 27,4% 31,9% 36,5% 40,3%

    Source: Teleco. Statistics on Brazilian households. Available at: http://www.teleco.com.br/pnad.asp.
    Note: Projection for internet access in the year 2010 considering the average annual growth of the previous years

    Gas

    Number of piped gas consumers by type of gas and consumer class

    Type of gas and consumer classes 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005
    Total 571 447 576 500 588 401 594 957 607 601 635 397 668 022 705 635
    Residential 560 711 566 086 578 061 584 309 597 014 624 414 656 963 694 196
    Commercial 10 278 9 966 9 906 10 169 10 055 10 359 10 370 10 680
    Industrial 434 419 371 383 405 419 398 422
    Manufactured Gas 475 003 443 606 436 119 432 346 393 583 316 124 228 715 143 000
    Residential 465 257 434 549 427 609 424 340 386 215 309 973 223 580 139 208
    Industrial 212 188 138 132 125 119 85 81
    Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) 6 283 6 307 7 355 8 718 9 191 10 377 11 748 12 025
    Commercial 10 8 8 9 9 8 27 27
    Industrial 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0
    Natural Gas 90 161 126 587 144 927 153 893 204 827 308 896 427 559 550 610
    Residential 89 182 125 239 143 106 151 261 201 618 304 073 421 663 542 990
    Commercial 734 1 089 1 526 2 286 2 803 4 319 5 293 6 942
    Industrial 221 230 232 250 279 299 312 341
    Automotive 24 29 63 96 127 205 291 337

    Type of gas and consumer classes 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
    Total 710 761 724 786 735 656 746 739 758 509 777 757 798 289 818 256
    Residential 699 419 713 498 724 393 735 475 747 269 766 472 786 837 807 007
    Commercial 10 538 10 562 10 507 10 509 10 477 10 511 10 675 10 481
    Industrial 437 342 349 334 332 337 332 324
    Manufactured Gas 54 653 0 0 0 0 0 - -
    Residential 51 976 0 0 0 0 0 - -
    Industrial 80 0 0 0 0 0 - -
    Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) 11 797 12 624 13 041 12 704 12 707 13 145 13 079 12 980
    Commercial 28 28 29 31 30 29 30 31
    Industrial 0 1 1 1 1 1 - -
    Natural Gas 644 311 712 162 722 615 734 035 745 802 764 612 785 210 805 276
    Residential 635 674 700 903 711 382 722 803 734 593 753 357 773 788 794 058
    Commercial 7 913 10 534 10 478 10 478 10 447 10 482 10 645 10 450
    Industrial 357 341 348 333 331 336 332 324
    Automotive 367 384 407 421 431 437 445 444

    Source: State Gas Company - CEG

    Public Trash Collection

    Trash-o-Meter - Collection of public trash in the city (values in tons/month)

    Planning Area 2010 2011 2012
    AP1 (Centro e Região Portuária) 76.935 95.868 104.128
    AP2 (Zona Sul e Grande Tijuca) 141.746 160.223 144.853
    AP3 (Zona da Leopoldina) 353.139 426.082 437.470
    AP4 (Barra e Adjacências) 127.544 140.053 126.531
    AP5 (Zona Oeste) 275.813 328.356 315.447
    TOTAL City of Rio de Janeiro 975.177 1.150.582 1.128.429

    Source: COMLURB - Municipal Urban Cleaning Company

    Health

    The City of Rio de Janeiro offers 28,380 hospital beds in 3,749 Health Units.

    Health Unit Breakdown by Administrative Sphere in the City of Rio de Janeiro - 2013/14

    Type Total (Health Units)
    Federal 65
    State 166
    City 318
    Private 4645
    Total Public 549
    Total Private 4645
    Total 5194

    Source: http://cnes.datasus.gov.br/ - Consultation by Administrative Spheres on 3/26/2012
    Note: Health Unit (aggregates all the existing categories, from Clinics to Hospitals).

     

    Number of Hospital Beds in the City of Rio de Janeiro - 2013/14

    Type Existing SUS Without SUS % Beds with SUS
    Surgical 6764 3416 3348 51%
    Clinical 7198 3023 4175 42%
    Complementary 4878 1087 3791 22%
    Obstetric 1864 1112 752 60%
    Pediatric 1534 859 675 56%
    Other Specialties 4247 2679 1568 63%
    DIA Hospital 804 397 407 49%
    TOTAL CLINICAL + SURGICAL 13962 6439 7523 46%
    GENERAL TOTAL (EXCEPT COMPLEMENTARY) 22411 11486 10925 51%
    GENERAL TOTAL 36373 17925 18448 49%

    Source: http://cnes.datasus.gov.br/ - Consultation by Beds on 3/26/2012
    Analysis: Rio Negócios
    Note¹: Without SUS - Without agreement with Sus
    Note²:
    Complementary: Intermediate Unit, Isolation Unit and Adult, pediatric, neonatal ICU, and Burn Unit.
    Other Specialties: Chronics, Psychiatry, Rehabilitation, Pneumology, Care of Minors. Hospital DIA: Surgical/Diagnostic/Therapeutic, AIDS, Post-Transplant Care, Geriatrics, Mental Health.

    The city of Rio de Janeiro has the largest proportion of teaching hospitals in Brazil.

    Number of Teaching Hospitals by State Capital and State - 2011

    Capital UF % Capital/Brasil
    Rio de Janeiro - RJ 14 21 7%
    São Paulo - SP 13 48 7%
    Belo Horizonte - MG 11 22 6%
    Curitiba - PR 8 15 4%
    Fortaleza - CE 8 9 4%
    Recife - PE 8 8 4%
    Porto Alegre - RS 7 18 4%
    Salvador - BA 6 6 3%
    Brasília - DF 4 6 2%
    Manaus - AM 4 4 2%
    Florianópolis - SC 3 7 2%
    Belém - PA 3 4 2%
    Goiânia - GO 3 3 2%
    Natal - RN 2 3 1%
    Vitória - ES 2 2 1%
    Campo Grande - MS 2 2 1%
    Cuiabá - MT 2 2 1%
    Teresina - PI 2 2 1%
    Maceió - AL 2 2 1%
    João Pessoa - PB 1 2 1%
    São Luis - MA 1 1 1%
    Aracaju - SE 1 1 1%
    Rio Branco - AC 0 0 0%
    Macapá - AP 0 0 0%
    Porto Velho - RO 0 0 0%
    Boa Vista - RR 0 0 0%
    Palmas - TO 0 0 0%
    Total 188

    Source: http://cnes.datasus.gov.br/ - Consultation by Teaching Hospitals on 3/26/2012
    Analysis: Rio Negócios
    Note: UF (Capital + Other Cities)

    Safety

    Safety Indicators

    2006 2013 %2013/2016
    2nd Degree Murder 2.465 1.324 -46%
    Robbery Homicide¹ 117 52 -56%
    Vehicle Theft 11.544 7.654 -34%

    Arrests

    2006 2013 %2013/2006
    Arrests 6.757 11.142 165%

     

    Robbery

    2006 2013 %2013/2006
    Total Robberies 82.163 63.202 -23,08%
    House robberies 595 545 -8,40%
    Car Theft 24.658 12.384 -49,78%
    Thefts in Buses 4.899 3.597 -26,58%
    Bank robbery 39 6 -84,62%
    Cell phone theft 4.526 3.325 -26,54%
    Pedestrian robbery 30.194 30.494 +1,00%

     

    Pacifying Police Units (UPPs)

    Year UPP Nº of Communities Benefited Population Troop Strength
    2008 Santa Marta 1 8.000 123
    2009 Cidade de Deus, Jardim Batan, Babilônia, Chapéu Mangueira, Pavão-Pavãozinho e Cantagalo 21 112.446 654
    2010 Tabajaras, Cabritos, Providência, Borel, Formiga, Andaraí, Salgueiro, Turano e Macacos 34 59.771 1.590
    2011 São João, Matriz, Quieto, Coroa, Fallet, Fogueteiro, Escondidinho, Prazeres, São Carlos e Mangueira 18 75.065 1.229
    2012 Rocinha e Alemão 23 199.133 1.900
    2013 Cerro-Corá, Caju, Barreira/TuiutÍ, Jacarezinho, Manguinhos, Camarista Méier, Arará/Mandela, Lins 59 136.369 2.301
    Total 97 454.415 5.496

    Source: ASCOM SEGEG.
    Note: Benefited Population = population of the community + population of the surrounding areas

     

    UOP - Unidades de Ordem Pública

    Local Implementation Date Troop Strength Coverage (thousand m²)
    Tijuca 18/04/2011 225 655
    Centro 05/09/2011 420 975
    Leblon 27/10/2011 220 662
    Ipanema 05/12/2011 234 470
    Copacabana 24/01/2012 285 380
    Catete 16/05/2012 347 775
    Méier 11/09/2012 267 500
    Porto Maravilha 26/12/2012 267 1.000
    TOTAL 2.265 5.417

    Source: SEOP.

    Industry

    Number of Industrial Establishments by Planning Area (AP) - 2010

    AP1 AP2 AP3 AP4 AP5 TOTAL
    Mineral Extraction 70 46 12 35 8 171
    Non-metallic Minerals 14 7 83 23 67 194
    Metallurgical Industry 89 30 400 46 125 690
    Mechanical Industry 89 37 255 63 12 456
    Electric Material and Communications Industry 36 11 95 23 20 185
    Transportation Material Industry 35 15 70 23 53 196
    Lumber and furniture industry 25 13 153 35 46 272
    Paper, cardboard, editorial and graphic industry 334 174 437 129 74 1148
    Rubber, tobacco, leather, furs and similar and sundry industries 127 258 147 125 42 699
    Chemical industry of pharmaceutical products, veterinarian products, perfumes... 110 49 359 77 71 666
    Textile Industry (clothing and other textiles) 249 230 436 155 145 1215
    Footwear industry 4 2 12 - 2 20
    Food, beverages and ethyl alcohol industry 156 187 382 178 157 1060
    Public service Industrial services 100 43 63 30 17 253
    Total 1438 1102 2094 942 839 7225

    Source: Armazém de Dados http://www.armazemdedados.rio.rj.gov.br/

     

    Number of Job Positions by Planning Area (AP) - 2010

    AP1 AP2 AP3 AP4 AP5 TOTAL
    Mineral Extraction 8.681 1.682 100 1.540 45 12.048
    Rubber, tobacco, leather, furs and similar and sundry industries 1.808 2.244 2.425 988 5.059 12.524
    Lumber and furniture industry 187 100 1.647 689 578 3.201
    Footwear industry 74 9 511 - 4 598
    Transportation Material Industry 3.175 554 5.497 383 392 10.001
    Food, beverages and ethyl alcohol industry 3.769 6.869 8.445 10.951 5.799 35.833
    Electric Material and Communications Industry 513 94 1.949 1.249 97 3.902
    Paper, cardboard, editorial and graphic industry 7.277 1.195 6.273 1.701 3.375 19.821
    Mechanical Industry 2.482 1.311 6.837 1.498 2.481 14.609
    Metallurgical Industry 937 250 6.741 616 7.128 15.672
    Chemical industry of pharmaceutical products, veterinarian products, perfumes... 16.462 2.530 11.265 4.719 4.053 39.029
    Textile Industry (clothing and other textiles) 5.256 1.834 13.456 1.891 2.537 24.974
    Non-metallic Minerals 354 55 2.621 352 1.606 4.988
    Public service Industrial services 13.901 22.303 1.967 551 2.621 41.343
    Total 64.876 41.030 69.734 27.128 35.775 238.543

    Source: Armazém de Dados http://www.armazemdedados.rio.rj.gov.br/

     

    % of Job Positions by Type of Industrial Establishment - 2010

    Establishments Jobs % Jobs/ Establishments
    Mineral Extraction 180 12.048 67
    Rubber, tobacco, leather, furs and similar and sundry industries 731 12.524 17
    Lumber and furniture industry 290 3.201 11
    Footwear industry 23 598 26
    Transportation Material Industry 174 10.001 57
    Food, beverages and ethyl alcohol industry 1.116 35.833 32
    Electric Material and Communications Industry 186 3.902 21
    Paper, cardboard, editorial and graphic industry 1.182 19.821 17
    Mechanical Industry 533 14.609 27
    Metallurgical Industry 738 15.672 21
    Chemical industry of pharmaceutical products, veterinarian products, perfumes... 696 39.029 56
    Textile Industry (clothing and other textiles) 1.282 24.974 19
    Non-metallic Minerals 217 4.988 23
    Public service Industrial services 282 41.343 147
    TOTAL 7.630 238.543

    Source: Armazém de Dados http://www.armazemdedados.rio.rj.gov.br/