Edenilso Rossi Arnaldi Growing In Business

Edenilso Rossi Arnaldi was born in 1962 in Brazil. He is a descendant of one of Sumare’s pioneer families. His father worked as a truck driver while his mother was a teacher. He has four brothers and has been married for over three decades to Fabiola Guimaraes Arnaldi. Together, they have three children.

When he was seventeen years, Edenilso Rossi Arnaldi left his home to venture into business in Maringa. His mission was to find work, finish his junior studies and advance his education further. Interestingly, Edenilso Rossi’s first career was in Banco Bradesco as a clerk. His main professional interests were inclined towards civil construction.

In the 1990s, he was able to buy a small construction company, which gave rise to his very first development, the Maringa-based Sial Engenharia, formerly referred to as Residencial Mares do Sul. An astute businessman and entrepreneur, Edenilso Rossi Arnaldi, moved to Cascavel city to expand his works.

In 2000, following his rising popularity, Edenilso was elected as the Civil Construction Industry Union West of Parana president. By the end of his tenure in 2002, he shared that working in the construction office exposed him to the diverse demands in that industry.

The Sial Engenharia Company grew in reputation in the millennium year and was listed as the outstanding construction industry. Subsequently, it expanded its operations, serving in major Brazilian cities, including Rio de Janeiro, Santa Catarina, and Sao Paulo. In 2003 and 2004, he was the State Chamber of Civil Construction chairman based in Curitiba. Later, he ventured into farming, where he majored in large-scale corn and soy plants.

In the political arena, Edenilso Rossi Arnaldi served as the State treasurer of the Social Democratic Party (PSD) in 2012 and 2013. In 2018, he vied for the Federal Deputy of the State of Parana via the National Mobilization Party, garnering about 35000 votes.

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