Its composition currently is composed for twenty and six integrant ones, of the most varied industrial segments, such as: four fertilizer industries; one of the vegetal oil sector and solid granaries; three of the petroliferous and petrochemical sector, eight of the sector of fished and nine of civil construction. The main purpose of CIRG is to defend the interests of the classroom, to gestionar solutions being able with them together public, searching resolutions that better are adaptem to the moment. Equally they search the promotion of installation of new industries acting in tune with the Prosul, Coredesul, Federal University of the great River, Secretariat of the Economic and Social Development of the Rio Grande Do Sul and Municipal City hall of the Rio Grande. Amongst the works developed for the CIRG it is the accomplishment of orientation courses and perfectioning of man power aiming at to the improvement of quality and specialization of the associated staff, as much as of the community in general. The CIRG also has a very significant participation next to the riograndina community, looking for always to correspond to all the claims that them are requested.
It keeps commissions of permanent character, searching to integrate representatives of the associates in the study and resolutions of the subjects that if make necessary. FINAL CONSIDERAES When leading in consideration all the process of industrialization occurred in the Rio Grande Do Sul, we more necessarily come across in them with a vast listing of companies of commercial weight, whom if they had installed, in the city of the Rio Grande. This everything provided for the city great economic and cultural development for the riograndina population. However, all the companies who had chosen Rio Grande had had significant crescimentos, all having to the geographic factor of the city. The question of Rio Grande to possess a maritime port made possible great conquests and recognition of international level, becoming the attractive city for new investors, offering, thus, better conditions of life for its inhabitants. <