History of JBS

JBS Global

JBS Australia is a division of the JBS Global group of companies.

With a 60 year history, JBS is currently the largest protein processor in the world. The company operates in the processing of beef, pork, lamb and chicken and in processing hides. It also sells toiletries and cleaning, collagen, metal packaging, biodiesel, among others.

Currently, JBS has more than 300 production facilities worldwide and more than 185,000 employees focused on the company's success, supported by an entrepreneurial spirit and pioneering role. In addition the company has a diversified product portfolio, with dozens of recognized brands. This variety of products and a presence in 22 countries (from production platforms and offices) serve more than 300,000 customers in over 150 nations.

JBS is present in five continents with production platforms and sales offices in Brazil, the U.S., Australia, Canada, Italy, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Mexico, China, Russia and others, operating in the industries of beef, swine, sheep, poultry, production and marketing of leather products, pet foods, cleaning and hygiene, cans, collagen, biodiesel, transportation and vegetables.

Furthermore, incorporated into the management of JBS is the search for modernization, quality of products and raw materials, building more and better relationships with partners, customers, employees and the society, the satisfaction of its shareholders and commitment to issues of environmental responsibility.