Start of activities, based in the city of Paranaguá, Paraná. At the time, the multinational Fertilizantes Mitsui S/A was interested in creating a production unit, however, it was not determined to set up and manage its own structure. Then came the invitation of the multinational to set up a new company providing services in the fertilizer sector.
In 2000, ANDALI acquired the assets of Mitsui, in Paranaguá, and focused on the provision of industrialization, storage, reception and loading services to third parties. Since then, investments to increase static, productive and support structures have been constant.
In 2006 the company had the opportunity to work with the unloading, storage and shipment of products transported in containers. The company then acquired a warehouse and specific equipment to use exclusively for this purpose.
In early 2007, América Latina Logística, ALL, responsible for rail transportation from Paranaguá, proposed to Andali a significant increase in the small terminal of wagons so that the shipments in rail module, which until then were only made for industrialized bagged fertilizers, were also carried out on a large scale for bulk fertilizers. Andali accepted the challenge and, together with the large increase in the terminal, set up a structure with railroad balance and a robust equipment for the loading of bulk fertilizers in wagons.
In June 2012, after the company became a joint-stock company (S/A), CHS, the largest grain cooperative in the United States, joined Andali’s shareholder structure through a joint venture with the company’s holding families. That union leveraged the company´s capacity and strength to make new investments in industrial structures and management development. Still in that year, a more robust corporate structure was created and the administrative headquarters were transferred to Curitiba (PR).
Installation of the industrial unit of Rondonópolis, in Mato Grosso, allowing full service to the state with the highest consumption of fertilizers in Brazil.[:]