Embraport, Brazil’s largest and most modern private port terminal, situated on the left bank of the Port of Santos (SP), will hold the Summer Vacation at Embraport for the children of Team Members between the ages of 6 and 13 for the second consecutive year on July 1, 7, 8, 14 and 15.
This action seeks to improve children’s awareness of the importance of their parents’ profession and bring together families of the company’s employees.
Programming includes a breakfast for the children followed by a presentation on the company. While their parents are working, the children will participate in a drawing competition, take a bus tour to see the terminal’s facilities and infrastructure, and see the equipment used in operational areas, such as forklifts, transtainers and portainers.
The children will then take a ride on the Catamaran (maritime transportation utilized by the company’s employees) for a history class on the largest port in Latin America and learn a little about the fauna, flora and mangroves that make up the region’s ecosystem.
This is the first year that visitors will be able to interact with a modern portainer and RTG simulator and experience operating one of the most modern machines used in cargo handling operations.
Children eagerly await lunch, with a special menu prepared with several options, including French fries, hamburgers, meatballs and ice cream. Furthermore, each child will have the opportunity to eat with his or her father or mother. In the afternoon, the group goes to Embraport’s leisure area, where they participate in games and workshops.
The Company expects to welcome more than 100 children to the terminal during the five-day event.
Reynaldo Pincette Filho, Embraport’s CEO, explains that the event works to promote the integration of children into their parents’ environment. “Welcoming children to the Terminal is a way to contribute to the education of our Team Member’s children and bring them closer to the Company, attracting future professionals,” he said.