Flavio Maluf, Eucatex Group’s President, and Chief Executive Officer.

Born on the 2nd of December 1961, Flavio Maluf is an established entrepreneur and Chief Executive Officer of the Eucatex Group. He has a rich educational background from prestigious institutions.

He attended FAAP where he graduated with a Bachelor’s in mechanical engineering. He later joined the New York University and attained a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.

He is the President of Eucatex Group which is a family owned corporation headquartered in Brazil. Since its inception in the year 1951, it has been focused in the distribution of construction materials. It mainly deals in lamination floors, doors, baseboards, and panels.

Besides, the firm offers fantastic furniture and kids’ toys. The company uses a particular type of wood called eucalyptus found in South America. The company is also renowned for being the first ever firm in Brazil to set up a recycling plant in its system. Read more about Flavio at terra.com

Flavio Maluf holds top positions in other companies. He is the President of a subsidiary company of Premier Pet and Golden feeds referred to as GrandFood Group. Before holding managerial positions at Eucatex, he enriched himself with management skills in many firms including Citicorp.

Flavio began working at Eucatex in1987, and he started his operations in the trade area before gaining skills to work in the industrial sector. Due to his hard work and dedication which saw exceptional results, he rose up the ranks to become an executive officer.

In the year 1997, he was appointed the company’s President. Since then, he has grown the firm into a multi-million company. He achieved this by incorporating the latest technology to deliver high-quality products.

Flavio Maluf is also a renowned philanthropist. He is interested in charitable health care organizations based in Sao Paulo and Salto county. He has contributed a variety of medical equipment such as X-ray machines to some hospitals in Brazil.

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