What Is The Secret Behind Flavio Maluf Leadership?

What really does it take for a leader to maintain his position for over two decades yet dispensing quality leadership skills that have seen the company move from one level of success to another? Well, the question can perfectly be answered by a champion executive like Flavio Maluf who has been the CEO for Eucatex Group since 1997. There is no magic about his success, it’s all about diligence and commitment in whatever he puts his hands and minds to do. Read more about Flavio Maluf at Blog do Ronco

Born in late 1961, Flavio Maluf solidified his education by attending FAAP, Sao Paulo where he pursued Mechanical Engineering degree. He later joined Eucatex in 1987 in trade section and transferred to the industrial sector. His uncle who was the President of the company promoted him in 1996 following his quality performance and Maluf joined the Eucatex executive group. As a result of his incredible performance, he became the President of the Company in 1997 and since then, he has been paving the way to the group of employees in the company always focusing on new innovations and launching new products in the company.

Having been offering its innovative and environmentally friendly products for over six decades since its inception in 1951, Eucatex Group has been on the forefront of producing eucalyptus sheets and panels all over Brazil. Recently, Flavio Maluf made a major move in collaborating with Duratex in their operations. The deal involves Eucatex giving their farm in Capao Bonito to Duratex in exchange for the farm in Botucatu city which produces thin sheets. Nevertheless, the deal must be approved by CADE.

The Botucatu farm has over 280 employees and this means Flavio has to manage all of them and the production capacity of the farm is over 200,000 per square meter annually. Duratex, on the other hand, is planning to revive their Itapetinga factory to enhance their production. According to Flavio Maluf, the acquisition will boost the production of capacity of paper printing by 40%, fiberboard by 70% and the paint capacity by 30%. Besides, the new venture would reduce the company’s processing losses; create job opportunities and increase their operation base all over Brazil and globally. Flavio is a great resource for many startups entrepreneurs and his blogs have helped many succeed in their workplaces. Follow: https://twitter.com/flavio_maluf

 

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