The state of Espírito Santo is one of the States most developed in Brazil. Its strategic location, in the southeastern Brazilian coast, places the Holy Spirit as an excellent alternative for various economic activities due to its integration into the national and international market, since it is foreign to the states of Bahia, Minas Gerais and Rio de Janeiro, and the Atlantic Ocean. Victoria, the capital, is 412 kilometers from Rio de Janeiro, 382 km from Belo Horizonte, 742 km from Sao Paulo and 947 km from Brasilia.
The economic base of the state of Espírito Santo is diverse and moves business of the productive chains of oil and gas, metals and mining, pulp and ornamental stones. Also noteworthy agribusiness, mainly with the production of coffee and fruit trees, the metal mechanic, furniture segments, clothing, construction, food, and other clusters.
The state of Espírito Santo has one of the largest port complex in Latin America and is also served by an extensive road and railway network, which favors the receipt of raw materials and supplies and facilitates the flow of finished products.