The 30´s Imprimir

AESA’s history starts with a change in the life history of those who founded it, when Ronald Tkotz’s family, coming from Germany, arrives in Brazil in 1932.

In the Northern Paraná, the Tkotz helped found a new town, Nova Danzig. World War II starts, Brazil declares Germany as an enemy nation and the city is renamed as Cambé. One of the signs of War, scarcity of fuel, was bypassed by Ronald Tkotz work with the manufacturing of gasogenes for vehicles in his father’s garage. At this time, family Tkotz was so involved in the community that even today AESA holds actions of Social Responsibility.