Flavio Maluf is a Brazilian executive who is well known for his administrative role at Eucatex. He joined the company back in 1987. Over the years, he has held different positions in the enterprise. Maluf started working for Eucatex in the trade department. He later served in the technical department until 1996. As he worked in this office, he interacted with leading technical experts in Brazil. Due to his dedication and managerial expertise, Maluf was promoted to the president position. In 2010, as he was serving as the president, Eucatex opened a new production firm in Salto. The new company seeks to increase the production capacity of Eucatex.
Maluf attributes his excellence at Eucatex to his mechanical engineering degree. He obtained the degree after studying in Armando Álvares Penteado Foundation (FAAP), a higher learning institution based in Sao Paulo. Maluf also got exposure on managerial work when he was pursuing his advanced degree abroad. Maluf studied business administration at the distinguished New York University.
One reason why Maluf stands out from other executives is due to his ability to create a strategic balance between work and personal life. He loves spending time with his wife Jacqueline de Lourdes Coutinho Torres and his three children. His second born was enrolled at the Armando Álvares Penteado Foundation as a business administration student. His last born looks up to him and wishes to study engineering in England.
Maluf transformed Eucatex’s executive team by adopting a modernization approach to leadership. He always strives for success and perfection. Maluf has been interviewed severally regarding his modernization plan. He usually mentions that he considers his presidency as a contemporary executive position. He told emobile.co.br that the desire to accomplish more motivates him in seizing every opportunity that comes his way.
As an executive, he works towards expanding Eucatex. He also advises his juniors to be diligent and disciplined in their day-to -day tasks. Eucatex began its wood processing operation in 1951. It was the first company in the entire Brazil that adhered to environmental standards in its processing operation. The company usually uses eucalyptus trees to manufacture soft sheets, panels, and plates used in the construction sector.