Flavio Maluf is a lawyer, entrepreneur, and a Mechanical Engineer who is the current service CEO and president of Eucatex Group. He is also the chairman of the board of directors. He is the current president of GroupFood Group and vice president of Eucatex Trading. For over three decades, he has served in the company in many sections. Maluf earned his bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Sao Paulo-based University of FAAP. He then enrolled for a business course at the University of New York.
His career began in 1987 in the trade section of the company. For over a few years, he then moved to the industrial part of the company to fulfill his destiny. For this part, he worked until 1996 when he was first appointed to serve as board member of the enterprise. During that year, he was elected because of his increasing performance in the company. After an extensive consultation involving the family members and the board of executives, he was appointed as the president of the company. He began the process of restructuring the management system of the company in 2010 leading to the opening of the new factory based in Sao Paulo.
Mr. Flavio Maluf has also actively contributed to the development of community projects. He is a renowned philanthropist. In 2011, he collaborated with the Maternity Idio Carlo and Hospital to provide locals with quality healthcare. This is one of his biggest philanthropic efforts. While the company is considered as one of the best environment conservatisms using environmentally friendly products, the company has a track record as a pioneer in the business. The company is also the leading tiles and ceiling producers in the country. Their products are made of eucalyptus.
For the company to remain at the helm of the business, it has partnered with other groups and firms to create awareness about the need to conserve the environment. The company has also partnered with schools to effect this educational program. The company has gained its success through the exclusive support of Flavio Maluf. The company’s exports have risen by 30 percent over the years. He is a conservative businessman.