Flavio Maluf is the current Chief Executive Officer and the Vice President of Eucatex. The company recently confirmed that they it will make a business deal with Duratex. In his announcement, Flavio Maluf stated that Eucatex will give its Capao Bonito farm to Duratex in exchange of production line of thin wood sheets situated in Botucatu.
Acquisition of Duratex
Recnetly, Flavio Maluf informed Eucatex workers about the deal with Duratex. He announced that the company acquired a unit of wood fiber sheets from Duratex in its Botucatu branch. This would mean that Eucatex will improve its production of fiber sheets by about 70% as well as its paper printing and paint by 40% and 30% respectively. Flavio Maluf further affirmed that the deal will enable the company to expand to a further broad market in Brazil and other regions. The company, however, is still waiting for the approval of the deal after which it plans to capture the synergies of all units of the Group. It is obvious that the new venture would create more employment opportunities for those unemployed. Follow Flavio Maluf on Twitter.
Why consider Duratex
Flavio Maluf had considered Duratex for many reasons. The company is exciting and interesting as far as sustainability is concerned. Duratex considers itself an eco-friendly company as it manages to make productions with less consumption of water and energy. Eucatex will be able to minimize the amount of waste generated due to the reduced waste production process of Duratex. With a combined effort from both companies, there would be a great environmental impact in Brazil. Thus, a match between Eucatex and Duratex is going to enable things run smoothly and efficiently.
About Flavio Maluf
Flavio Maluf joined Eucatex Group in 1987. He attained a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering at Sao Paulo. Prior to moving to Eucatex, Flavio Maluf had worked at the trade industry until he was offered a position by his uncle at Eucatex. Within a year, he had ascended to the Presidency position due to his admirable management skills. Aside from his current roles as at the company, Flavio Maluf is also the Deputy CEO of Eucatex Trading.