A successful track record.

Our history in Brazil started back in 1959 and today, over 50 years later, we can say that we are part of the everyday life and even the history of most Brazilian gas stations and many industries. And we are very proud of that.


Veeder-Root do Brasil was founded in 1959 as a Veeder-Root Company subsidiary, a pioneer and world leader in tank gauging and environmental monitoring systems at gas stations.

In Brazil, Veeder-Root also consolidated its position as leader in tank gauging and environmental monitoring systems and as a supplier of mechanical meter registers for fuel dispenses.


Gilbarco, a company recognized worldwide for its innovation and for the quality and technology of its fuel pumps, is established in Brazil since the 60’s.

At that time, aiming to expand its global market share, Gilbarco operating in Brazil through a licensed representative company.

In 2004, with the purpose of keeping its international standard of quality, Gilbarco terminated the agency agreement with the Brazilian licensed company and has been conducting its activities directly in our country since January 1, 2005.

Gilbarco Veeder-Root

In 2002, the Veeder-Root Company joined Gilbarco Inc. This strong union gave rise to Gilbarco Veeder-Root, a global leader in fuel pumps technology and integrated solutions for fuel dispensers. 

In 2005, Gilbarco Veeder-Root concentrated its activities in Veeder-Root do Brasil, its local subsidiary. Since then, our customers – petroleum companies, fuel retailers, hypermarkets, plants, industries, carriers, garages and customers operating in other market segments – have benefited from the entire structure of a solid company, with international operations and holder of proprietary global technology, particularly research and development.

In 2011, Veeder-Root do Brasil acquired Stratema Indústria e Comércio, a national company supplier of fuel pumps and services. This acquisition further strengthened Gilbarco Veeder-Root products and services portfolio, the team of specialists and market share in Brazil.