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Conselho de Administração

A brazilian national, Paulo graduated in Business at EAESP, Fundação Getúlio Vargas, and post-graduated in International Economics at the University of Mannheim. He worked as a Managing Director at Rio Bravo Investiments and, before that, held several positions in the Daimler Group in Germany, USA and Brazil. He has been a member of the Mercedes-Benz Board in Brazil, and Chairman and CEO of Daimler North America. He is a founding partner of MAPA Capital. Since November 2018, Paulo has been working as the CFO and the Head of Investors Relations at Plascar, having been appointed Chairman of the Board of Directors in March 2019.

An american national, Andrew, holds a Bachelor of Arts in Latin-American studies from Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana. After graduating in 1989, Andrew started his career in the financial sector at Bank of Boston in Boston, Massachusetts. In 1993, he left to join Bankers Trust Company in Miami, where afterwards, he took over as Vice Chairman of Investments and was transferred to Geneva, Switzerland. In 1999, Bank Trust Company was acquired by Deutsche Bank. During the acquisition, Andrew left to start his own business, Key Capital Advisors, Inc., where he has been working as founder, co-owner and CEO for 15 years. Key Capital Advisors, Inc. manages investment portfolios for high-net-worth individuals, businesses and trusts.

Economist and Masters in Economic Engineering by Universidade Gama Filho/RJ. Edson started his career in Banco Brascan de Investimentos in 1997 and later worked at Refer-Rede Ferroviária de Seguridade Social, Stock Brokers Pecus S/A CVC, Triplik S/A CVC and Prosper S/A. Since January 1990, he has been working as a Director at Banco Prosper S/A.

A brazilian national, Paulo is a mechanical engineer graduated by Universidade do Vale dos Sinos/RS, masters in Production Engineering by Instituto Tecnológico de Joinville, and masters in Finance Executive by Instituto Nacional de Pós Graduação de Joinville. His career was made in the business environment, having worked as Executive Officer in Docol Metais between 1983 and 1998, Wetzel between 1999 and 2002, Embrepar between 2002 and 2003, and Micromecanica Ltda between 2004 and 2005. Paulo has also worked as Chief Executive Officer at Tecnofibras S/A between 2007 and 2018, where he also worked as Busscar’s Restucturing Manager.

A brazilian national, Rui graduated in Aeronautical Infrastructure Engineering at Instituto Tecnológico da Aeronáutica (ITA). In January 2020, Rui took over as CEO of ISA/CTEEP. Previously, he had worked as CEO of Sterlite Power do Brasil (2018-2019), Chairman of Biosev (2013-2018), and in several positions at Braskem (2002-2013). At Braskem, Rui worked as Executive Vice Chairman at the basic polymers and petrochemicals division. Before that, at Rhodia, he worked in several positions including executive positions in the plastic engineering units in France.

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An engineer graduated at FEI, he worked at Ferrostaal do Brasil in the injection molding machines sector (1995). Antonio has experience in the stock market as investment analyst and as investor in several companies since 1990. Currently, he is a member of the Board of Directors of Mangels and was member of Paranapanema S.A. supervisory board.

Graduated in Digital Technology by UNIA, and masters in Human Relations at FGV. For more than 20 years, Charles has developed his career as a consultant in the human resources business management.

Graduated in Accounting, with masters in Finances (UniSantana) and Business Economics and Financial Management (FGV), in addition to Private Pension and Health Management (Fundação Sistel). Cleidir has over 20 years of experience in the areas of finance, risks, IT, operations and HR of financial institutions, having worked at Banco Pontual S/A (1991-1994), Banco Itaú BBA (1994-2009), Itaú-Unibanco (2009-2010), Banco Ribeirão Preto (2011-2015), in addition to his work at Sistel Fundação de Seguridade Social (2015-2016) and Globalpack (2017), where he held the position of Executive Chief/CEO. Since November 2017. Cleidir also worked as Chief Financial Officer at Banco Safra (2017 – 2018).

Co-founder of Speed Invest company, an investment advisory office affiliated with XP investments, certified by Ancord and accredited by CVM. Fabio also works as a member of the Supervisory Board of Mangels. Graduated in Engineering with masters in Business Management, he also has experience in the Industrial Engineering field and in the automotive sector, where he works in the implementation of productivity workshops focused on reducing direct and indirect costs.

Graduated in Accounting at Universidade São Judas, masters in Business Accounting by FGV/SP. For more than 25 years, Marcelo has worked in the financial sector where he held several executive positions in banking institutions such as Itaú Unibanco, Itaú BBA, Banco BBA Creditanstalt and Banco Fenícia.

Graduated in Business at Universidade de São Caetano do Sul and Accounting at IESA Santo André. For more than 25 years, Tsuyoshi has worked at Mercedes Benz Brazil, where his last position was Manager Finance and Administration.

Executive Officers

Education: Bachelor degree in Business at Faculdades Padre Anchieta and masters in Business at FGV. At Plascar, Ana has made her career in the HR organization. Since 2009 she is the Head of Human Resources.

Bachelors degree in Business at Faculdades Padre Anchieta and masters in Finance Management and Controlling (FGV). Daniel has worked as Controller at the Betim unit of Plascar between Abril 2005 and January 2006, as Controller at the Varginha unit between January and August of 2006, and as Controller at the Jundiaí unit between August 2006 and October 2010. From November 2010 through 2019 Daniel worked at Plant Manager at the Jundiaí unit of Plascar. In September 2019 he has been appointed Head of Sales.

Education: Eletric and Electronic Engineering at Universidade Nacional de Córdobra, Argentina. Masters in Business at Universidade Católica de Córdobra, Argentina. For more than 20 years he worked in the automobile sector in Italy, Argentina and Brazil. Fabio was the Production Manager of Body and Vehicle Assembly at FCA Betim (2007-2013), Chief Executive Officer of FCA Components (2013-2016), and the Chairman at Stola Do Brasil (2016-2018). Since November 2018 Fabio is the CEO of Plascar.

Bachelor in Electrical Engineering at Universidade Santa Cecília dos Bandeirantes and masters in Business at FGV, with an exchange experience in the University of California - Irvine (UCI). Has worked in multiple engineering positions at Polimatic (currently TRW) in Brazil and USA between 1986 and 1999. In March 1999 José joined Plascar Engineering Manager. José is the Chief Engineering Officer of Plascar since July 2004.

CFO and Investors Relations A brazilian national, Paulo graduated in Business at EAESP, Fundação Getúlio Vargas, and post-graduated in International Economics at the University of Mannheim. He worked as a Managing Director at Rio Bravo Investiments and, before that, held several positions in the Daimler Group in Germany, USA and Brazil. He has been a member of the Mercedes-Benz Board in Brazil, and Chairman and CEO of Daimler North America. He is a founding partner of MAPA Capital. Since November 2018, Paulo has been working as the CFO and the Head of Investors Relations at Plascar, having been appointed Chairman of the Board of Directors in March 2019.

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Policies

Privacy Policies Plascar’s Privacy Policy was created to implement the company’s commitment to the security and privacy of collected information from users of interactive services, available on our website. We understand that the rapid growth of the internet and online services may raise questions regarding the nature and confidentiality of the collected information. Therefore, through this policy, we want to clarify some points of interest, reaffirming our commitment to your privacy. Information Gathering Usually, you can visit our website without having to provide any type of personal information or data. However, Plascar may eventually gather information when, for example, you complete a registration, answer a survey or send us some other information. Plascar may also use cookies (data files from the user’s computer) or other similar technologies to gain information about your visit to our website in order to obtain reports that show us which parts of our website are of greatest interest to users. However, although cookies help to improve the experience in our website, there is the option to block cookies in your browser configuration. Relationship with Third Parties The Privacy Policy adopted by Plascar is only relevant to our website and other additional websites of our brand, and are not applicable to any other website that is associated or, in some way, related to it. Meaning that this website contains or may contain links and frames from other websites that may or may not be from the company partners. These links and frames are made available for the purpose of providing an additional benefit to users. It is worth mentioning that the insertion of these links and frames does not mean that Plascar is aware of, agrees with or is responsible for them or their respective contents. Therefore, Plascar cannot be held responsible for any losses or damages that may arise due to the user’s decision to use these referred links or frames. When hiring other organizations for support systems, Plascar requires from them the same guarantee of privacy, confidentiality and security that are ensured in our privacy policy. Plascar respects your privacy and, therefore, does not share, spread or make available, under any circumstances, the user’s information to third parties except for possible cases of legal or juridical determination to provide such data. Rights All texts, images, videos, audios and/or apps displayed in Plascar’s website are copyrighted. Thus, it is not allowed its alterations, reproductions, storage, transmissions, copies, distributions or any other ways of use for commercial purposes without prior formal consent from Plascar. Access passwords If/when the user receives a login and password to access any function in this website, only the user will have access to such information. The confidentiality of this data is essential for its security. Therefore, it is the user's exclusive responsibility to protect the login and password in order to avoid unauthorized access. Changes to the Privacy Policy Plascar may change this Privacy Policy without prior notice, which is why we recommend periodic verification. Contact For questions regarding this Privacy Policy we would be delighted to respond to your comments. Other important information about the terms and conditions of use of this website is available in the terms of use. Disclosure and Negotiation Policies PLASCAR PARTICIPAÇÕES INDUSTRIAIS S.A. CNPJ/MF 51.928.174/0001-50 NIRE 35.300.095.421

PLASCAR PARTICIPAÇÕES INDUSTRIAIS S.A. CNPJ/MF 51.928.174/0001-50 NIRE 35.300.095.421 Publicly-Held Company with Authorized Capital *this is a free translation of the relevant text in Portuguese, which is the legal framework to which Plascar is bound. The Executive Officers of Plascar Participações Industriais S.A. (“Company”) announces that, by resolutions of the Board of Directors, in an extraordinary meeting held on August 6th, 2019, the new Policies for Disclosure and Use of Information on Relevant Act or Fact and Trading System were approved, under the following terms: POLICY FOR DISCLOSURE OF RELEVANT ACTS OR FACTS AND TRADING OF SHARES COVERAGE. The Policies for Disclosure and Use of Information on Relevant Act and Fact and Trading of Shares must be observed by all Chiefs Executive Officers, members of the Executive Board, Supervisory Board, and any other management bodies with technical or advisory functions created by statutory provision of the Company itself and the companies directly or indirectly controlled by it. As well as by anyone who, by virtue of their function or position in the Company, being its subsidiaries or affiliates, has knowledge of the information related to a relevant act or fact as well as by the Company’s controlling shareholders. This is under the terms of Law No. 6.404/76 and its subsequent changes, direct or indirect, and their respective employees (all together “Company Employees”). Basic Principles 1. The Company's relationship with participants and opinion makers in the securities market must be uniform and transparent. Therefore, the Company’s shareholders and investors in bonds and securities convertible into shares of the Company, as well as the market, are entitled to ample information about what may affect their investment, respecting the legitimate interests of the Company and observing the legal requirements and the provisions of this document. 2. The disclosure of information regarding the Company must be continuous, orderly and accessible to all shareholders and investors in securities convertible into shares of the Company. 3. The Company’s Employees must keep confidentiality about a relevant act or fact to which they have access and which has not yet been disclosed to the market, without using this information to obtain advantages for themselves or for others. CONCEPT OF RELEVANT ACT OR FACT 4. Pursuant to Article 155, Paragraph 1 of Law No. 6.404/76 and Article 2 of CVM Instruction No. 358, of January 3rd, 2002, any decision by the controlling shareholder(s), by the resolution of the general meeting or of management bodies of the Company, or any act of fact of a political-administrative, technical, business or economic-financial nature that occurred or related to the Company’s business that may have a significant influence: (i) in the quotation of securities issued by the Company or referenced to them; (ii) in the decisions of investors to buy, sell or maintain those securities mentioned in (i) above; (iii) in the decision of investors to exercise any rights inherent to the condition of holder of securities issued by the Company or referenced to them. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES FOR BROADCASTING 5. It is the obligation of the Chief Financial Officer (“CFO”) to disclose and communicate to the Comissão de Valores Mobiliários (“CVM”) and, if applicable, to the Stock Exchange and organized over-the-counter market entity in which the securities of the Company are admitted for trading, any relevant act or fact that occurred or related to the Company’s business, as well as ensuring its wide and immediate dissemination, simultaneously, in all markets in which the Company’s securities are admitted for trading. 5.1. Controlling shareholders, directors, members of the Board of Directors, of the Supervisory Board and of any bodies with technical or advisory functions, created by statutory provision, shall communicate in writing to CFO any relevant act or fact of which they are not yet disclosed, and the CFO is responsible for analyzing the matter and proceeding with the disclosure that may be appropriate. If, in view of the communication made, the persons mentioned in this item find CFO's unjustified omission in the fulfillment of its duty of communication and disclosure; they will only be exempt from liability if they immediately report the relevant act or fact to the CVM 5.2. If it is intended to transmit, by any means of communication (including information to the press, at a meeting of class entities, investors, analysts or with a selected public, in the country or abroad), a relevant act or fact not yet disclosed, the CFO must be previously notified, so that it can provide its simultaneous disclosure to the market. 5.3. The CFO will be responsible for confirming, correcting or clarifying information about a relevant act or fact before the CVM, the Stock Exchange and over-the-counter entities, as the case may be. 5.4. In the event of receipt of a request for additional clarification from the CVM, the Stock Exchange or the organized over-the-counter market, in which the trading of the Company's securities is admitted, or even in the case of an atypical fluctuation in the quotation, price and quantity traded on the securities issued by the Company or referenced to them, the CFO must inquire people with access to relevant acts or facts, in order to ascertain whether they are aware of information that should be disclosed to the market. MOMENT OF DISCLOSURE 6. The disclosure of a relevant act or fact should occur, whenever possible, before the beginning or after the closing of business on the stock exchanges and organized over-the-counter market entities in which the securities issued by the Company are admitted for trading. 6.1. In the event that the securities issued by the Company are admitted to simultaneous trading in markets in different countries, the disclosure of the relevant act or fact should occur whenever possible before the beginning or after the closing of business in both countries, prevailing, in case of incompatibility, the opening hours of the Brazilian market. 6.2. If it is imperative that the disclosure of a relevant act or fact occurs during trading hours, The CFO may, when communicating the relevant act or fact, request simultaneously from the stock exchanges and entities of the organized over-the-counter market in which the securities issued by the Company are traded, the suspension of trading of securities issued by or related to the Cempany, for the time necessary for the adequate broadcasting of the relevant information. EXCEPTION TO IMMEDIATE DISCLOSURE 7. Exceptionally, if the controlling shareholders or the managers understand that the disclosure of a relevant act or fact will put the Company's legitimate interest at risk, they may refrain from diclosing it. 7.1. If the information is out of control or if there is an atypical fluctuation in the quotation, price or traded quantity of the securities issued by or related to the Company, the controlling shareholders or the managers of the Company, as the case may be, are obliged to immediately disclose the material act or fact directly or through the CFO. FORM OF DISCLOSURE 8. The disclosure of a relevant act or fact must take place through (1) the electronic page of the news portal of the newspaper Valor Econômico (www.valor.com.br/valor-ri/fatos-relevantes); (2) on the Company's website (www.plascar.com.br); and (3) SEC's system for sending Periodic and Eventual Information (IPE System), as allowed by SEC Normative Instruction No. 547, of February 5th, 2014. 8.1. The disclosure and communication of a relevant act or fact must be made in a clear and precise manner, in language accessible to the investing public. DUTY TO MAINTAIN CONFIDENTIALITY 9. Controlling shareholders, directors, members of the Board of Directors, the Supervisory Board and any management bodies with technical or advisory functions created by statutory provision and employees of the Company are required to keep the information related to a relevant act or fact of the Company confidential and of its subsidiaries and affiliates, to which they have privileged access due to their position until their disclosure to the market, as well as ensuring that subordinates and third parties they trust also do so. DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION ON TRADING BY MANAGEMENT AND RELATED PERSONS 10. The officers, members of the Board of Directors, the Supervisory Board and any management bodies with technical or advisory functions, created by the Company's statutory provision, are obliged to communicate to the SEC, the Company (in the person of CFO), the Stock Exchange of Securities and organized over-the-counter entities in which the Company's securities are admitted for trading, the quantity, characteristics and form of acquisition of securities issued by or related to the Company, as well as changes in their positions. 10.1. The communication must contain at least the following information: I - name and qualification of the person communicating, indicating the registration number in the National Register of Legal Entities or in the Register of Individuals; II - quantity, by type and class, in the case of shares, and other characteristics in the case of other securities, in addition to the identification of the issuing company; and III - form, price and date of the transactions. 10.2. The communication referred to in item 10 above must occur immediately after the investiture in the position and then within a maximum period of 10 (ten) days after the end of the month in which the positions held by the above mentioned persons change, indicating the balance of the position in the period. 10.3. The natural persons mentioned in this item 10 will also indicate the securities that are the property of a spouse from whom they are not legally separated, of a partner of any dependent included in their annual income tax return, and of controlled companies directly and indirectly. DISCLOSURE ON THE ACQUISITION OR SALE OF RELEVANT SHAREHOLDING 11. Relevant shareholding is understood to be one that corresponds, directly or indirectly, to 5% (five percent) or more of a type or class of shares representing the Company's capital. 11.1. The duty of disclosure and communication applies: (i) to the controlling shareholders, direct or indirect, (ii) to the shareholders who elect members of the Company's board of directors, and (iii) to any natural or legal person, or group of people, acting together or representing the same interest, each time they reach, acquire, dispose of or extinguish relevant shareholding, or rights to relevant shareholding. 11.2. The disclosure must be made through publication in the newspapers of great circulation usually used by the Company or, also, through the summary publication in these newspapers with the Internet address. 11.3. The statement regarding the scope, acquisition, sale or extinction of relevant shareholding, or rights over relevant shareholding must be forwarded to the CVM and, if applicable, the Stock Exchange and the organized over-the-counter market entity in which the securities issued by the Company are admitted to trading, and must contain the information below: (i) name and qualification of the acquirer, indicating the registration number in the National Register of Legal Entities or in the Register of Individuals; (ii) objective of the participation and target quantity; (iii) number of shares, subscription bonus, as well as share subscription rights and share purchase options, by type and class, already held, directly or indirectly, by the acquirer or related person; (iv) number of debentures convertible into shares, already held, directly or indirectly, by the acquirer or related person, explaining the number of shares subject to possible conversion, by type and class; and (v) indication of any agreement or contract regulating the exercise of voting rights or the purchase and sale of securities issued by the Company. 11.4. The person or group of people representing the same interest, holder of a relevant shareholding equal to or greater than the percentage referred to above, will also be obliged to disclose the same information, each time the said share is raised by 5% (five percent) of the type or class of shares representing the Company's capital. 11.5. The communication to the CVM, the Stock Exchanges and the organized over-the-counter market entity in which the securities issued by the Company are admitted for trading must be sent immediately after the relevant participation mentioned in this item 11 is reached. BLACKOUT PERIODS 12. Prior to the disclosure to the market of a material act or fact occurring in the Company's business, it is prohibited to trade securities issued by or related to the Company itself, by its controlling shareholders, direct or indirect, directors, members of the Board of Directors, the Supervisory Board and any management bodies with technical or advisory functions, created by statutory provision, or by anyone who, by virtue of their position, function or position in the Company, its parent company, its subsidiaries or affiliates, has knowledge of information related to a relevant act or fact. 12.1. The same prohibition in item 12 applies to anyone who has knowledge of information regarding a relevant act or fact, knowing that it is information that has not yet been disclosed to the market, especially those who have a commercial, professional or trust relationship with the Company. , such as independent auditors, securities analysts, consultants and institutions that are part of the distribution system, which are responsible for verifying the disclosure of information before dealing with securities issued by or related to the Company. 12.2. The same prohibition defined in 12.1. applies to managers who depart from the Company's management before the public disclosure of a business or fact initiated during their management period, and will extend for a period of 6 (six) months after their departure. 12.3. The same prohibition will also prevail whenever the acquisition or disposal of shares of the Company by the Company itself, its subsidiaries, affiliates or another company under common control is in progress or if an option or mandate has been granted for the same purpose, as well as if it exists the intention to promote incorporation, total or partial spin-off, merger, transformation or corporate reorganization. 12.4. In the period of 15 (fifteen) days prior to the disclosure of the quarterly (ITR) and annual (DFP and Reference Form) information of the Company, negotiation by all persons mentioned in item 12 is prohibited. 12.5. The Company's Board of Directors may not resolve on the acquisition or sale by the Company of shares of its own issue until it is made public, through the publication of a relevant fact, to: (i) enter into any agreement or contract aimed at transferring the shareholding control of the Company; or (ii) granting an option or mandate for the purpose of transferring the Company's share control; or (iii) existence of an intention to promote incorporation, total or partial spin-off, merger, transformation or corporate reorganization. 12.6. The prohibitions provided for in items 12, 12.1, 12.2 and 12.3 will cease to be in force as soon as the Company discloses the relevant fact to the market, unless the negotiation with the shares may interfere in the conditions of said business, to the detriment of the Company's or its own shareholders . 12.7. The prohibition provided for in item 12 does not apply to the acquisition of shares that are held in treasury, within the legal limits and authorized by the shareholders, through private negotiation, resulting from the exercise of the purchase option in accordance with the purchase option grant plan of shares, approved at the Company's General Meeting and eventual repurchases by the Company, also through private negotiation, of these shares. 12.8. The prohibitions provided for in items 12, 12.1, 12.2 and 12.3 above do not apply to the Company itself, to the controlling shareholders (direct and indirect), to the administrators, to the fiscal councilors, to the employees and executives with access to relevant information and to the members of the others bodies with technical or advisory functions of the Company in making long-term investments, provided that one of the following characteristics is met: (i) subscription or purchase of shares by virtue of the exercise of options granted pursuant to the purchase option plan approved by general meeting; (ii) the execution, by the Company, of purchases subject to a share buyback program for cancellation or maintenance in treasury; (iii) application of variable remuneration, received as profit sharing, in the acquisition of the Company's securities; (iv) execution by the administrators, their controlling shareholders (direct and indirect), their fiscal councilors, the employees and executives with access to relevant information and the members of the other bodies with technical or advisory functions of the Company, of Individual Investment Programs (below defined). 13. The prohibitions on negotiations and the communication obligations dealt with in this document extend to negotiations carried out directly or indirectly by the directors, members of the board of directors, the Supervisory Board and any management bodies with technical or consultative functions, created by statutory provision, of the Company itself and of the companies directly or indirectly controlled by it, and by anyone who, by virtue of their position or function in the Company, its subsidiaries or affiliates, has knowledge of the information related to a relevant act or fact, as well as well as by the Company's controlling shareholders, under the terms of Law 6.404/76 and its subsequent amendments, direct or indirect, even in cases where the negotiations by these people occur through: (i) company controlled by them; (ii) from third parties with whom a fiduciary agreement or portfolio or stock management is maintained. 14. The prohibitions on trading dealt with in this document also apply to trading carried out on the Stock Exchange and over-the-counter market, organized or not, as well as trading carried out without the intervention of an institution that is part of the distribution system. 15. For the purposes of article 20 of CVM Instruction 358/02 and item 13 of this document, indirect negotiations are not those carried out by investment funds of which the persons mentioned in the item above are shareholders, provided that: (i) investment funds are not exclusive; and (ii) the investment fund administrator's trading decisions cannot be influenced by the shareholders. INDIVIDUAL INVESTMENT PROGRAMS 16. Individual Investment Program means the individual plans for the acquisition of securities filed at the Company's headquarters, through which the controlling shareholders (direct and indirect), the managers, the Supervisory Board, the employees and executives with access the relevant information and the members of the other management bodies with technical or advisory functions of the Company indicate their intention to invest with their own resources, in the long term, in securities issued by the Company. 17. For its use, the Individual Investment Program must be filed at the Company's headquarters with CFO for more than 30 (thirty) days and must indicate the approximate volume of funds that the investor intends to invest or the number of securities he seeks acquire, within the validity period of the Individual Investment Program that the interested party establishes, not less than 12 (twelve) months after which the interested party must present a succinct report on the respective development. 18. The securities acquired in the Individual Investment Program cannot be sold before 90 (ninety) days from the respective acquisition, except if due to force majeure, duly justified in writing. 19. The period of 30 (thirty) days stipulated in item 17 above, will not prevail for the first Individual Investment Program registered after the entry into force of this Disclosure and Use of Information Policy on Relevant Act or Fact and on the Trading of Shares . 20. Individual Investment Programs must comply with the restriction in item 12.4 above. 21. Administrators who depart from the Company's management before the public disclosure of a business or fact initiated during their term of office may not trade securities of the Company using the Individual Investment Programs: (i) for a period of 6 (six) months after their departure; or (ii) until the disclosure, by the Company, of the relevant act or fact to the market unless the negotiation with the Company's shares after the disclosure of a relevant act or fact, may interfere in the conditions of business to the detriment of the shareholders of Company or itself. Among the restrictions on the trading of securities of administrators away from the Company, the event that occurs first will prevail. DISCLOSURE OF THESE STANDARDS 22. The Company, through CFO, will communicate the terms of this document to the controlling shareholders and to the Company's Employees obtaining from the current Employees of the Company the respective formal adhesion, in an instrument that must be filed at the Company's headquarters while the Company's Employee with she maintains a bond and for five years after her termination. 22.1. CFO is responsible for ensuring that each new employee of the Company obtains the respective formal adhesion. 23. The approval or alteration of the Disclosure Policies for a Relevant Act or Fact and the Trading of Shares must be communicated to the CVM and, if applicable, to the Stock Exchange and the organized over-the-counter market entity in which the securities issued by the Company are admitted to trading, and the communication must be accompanied by a copy of the resolution and the entire content of the documents that discipline and integrate these policies. 23.1. In the event of a change in the Disclosure Policies for a Relevant Act or Fact and for the Trading of Shares, it is up to CFO to ensure that the Company's Employees and controlling shareholders are informed of the changes made. 24. The negotiation policy provided for in this document cannot be changed pending the disclosure of a relevant act or fact. 25. The Company must maintain at its headquarters, at the disposal of the CVM, the list of the Company's Employees and their respective qualifications, indicating position or function, address and registration number in the National Register of Legal Entities or in the Register of Individuals, updating it whenever there is a change. EXECUTIVE IN CHARGE 26. The Company indicates that its CFO is responsible for the execution and monitoring of the disclosure and negotiation policies. PENALTIES 27. The violation of the rules established in this document constitutes a serious violation, for the purposes set forth in Law No. 6.385/76, subjecting the infringer, individual or legal entity, as the case may be, to the exclusive discretion of the CVM, the application of a daily comminatory fine, independent of subpoena, in the amount of R$ 500.00 (five hundred reais), without prejudice to the provisions of paragraph 3 of art. 11 of Law 6.385/76 and possible criminal charges. Jundiaí, 6th of August, 2019. Paulo Antonio Silvestri Chief Financial Officer, Investor´s Relations PLASCAR PARTICIPAÇÕES INDUSTRIAIS S/A Rua Wilhelm Winter, 300, Sala 1, Distrito Industrial, Jundiaí, São Paulo CNPJ 51.928.174/0001-50