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Everything started in 1965, with the production of pressure-cast parts for motorcycles, automobiles, and home appliances.
Three years later, the beginning of oil pump production marked Schadek's definitive entrance in the automotive aftermarket.
Since then, operational excellence, advanced production processes and state-of-the-art reengineering created the success story of the brand, which is a quality benchmark in automotive pumps.
Beginning of production of oil pumps
Beginning of exports to the United States and Mexico
Inauguration of the plant in Porto Feliz (SP)
Beginning of production of water pumps
Beginning of production of fuel pumps
Leader in oil pumps in the domestic market, Schadek's solutions reach more than 30 countries, catering to the various needs of customers with quality, reliability, and competitiveness.
in the market
USD 15 MILLION
Expansion of the plant
OEMs AND TIER SUPPLIERS
Excellence in Schadek's management, products, and processes obtained the most prestigious certifications in the market
Schadek's environmental management controls all industrial processes with the objective of meeting and exceeding the security requirements demanded by the inspection agencies. From care to avoid soil contamination to the correct disposal of waste generated by the manufacturing process.
Water management 100% of internal collection, treatment and reuse
Schadek collects, treats and reuses the 720.000 liters of water consumed monthly in its modern Industrial Effluent Treatment and Sewage Treatment Station.
preservation 116.000 sqm
Schadek allocated an area 60% larger than its manufacturing plant for environmental preservation. In 2005, it created the Elizabeth Charlote Magalhães Area, which has over 116.000 sqm of rich biodiversity, with a preserved spring, a pond for fish farming, apiary, fruit trees and native tree seedlings, many of them planted by Schadek itself, which has maintained the area since its creation.
Schadek believes its has a responsibility to contribute to the development of the communities in which its employees work and live. To this end, it supports initiatives that promote culture, education and social inclusion, such as the Workshops of Orchestral Practices of the Institute of Musical Education SONORUM and the educational activities of the Monte Carmelo Association.