Paquetá - The Shoe Company
12 million pairs - produced each year
On June 20, 1945, Indústria de Calçados Paquetá opened its doors for the first time.
It started off producing five pairs of shoes a day, and now produces approximately 55,000 pairs of women’s, children’s and sports footwear every day.
The manufacturing units are currently divided as follows: women’s exports, women’s domestic market, and sports. The corporation has seven industrial facilities that are located in the Brazilian states of Rio Grande do Sul, Ceará and Bahia.