A well known Brazilian businessman, Flavio Maluf is Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and President of the Eucatex Group. The Eucatex Group is a family owned Brazilian company that was founded in 1951. The company manufactures a variety of building supplies with the materials for manufacture derived from eucalyptus tree wood fibers. Eucatex Group supplies both the market in Brazil as well as exporting globally. Read this article of Flavio Maluf at Business and Economics.
With his many years in the Brazilian agribusiness sector, Mr. Maluf was recently approached by the on-line news source “Terra” to comment on the economic condition of this market segment (see: “Flavio Maluf reports balance of Brazilian agribusiness for the month of June” — August 8, 2018 — https://www.terra.com.br/noticias/dino/flavio-maluf-reporta-saldo-da-balanca-do-agronegocio-brasileiro-do-mes-de-junho,a43d3b8280a0300024f4c3365d216bc639hjqqgz.html ). Maluf notes in the article that, although the overall Brazilian agribusiness market has contracted a small amount compared to the same period last year, this is primarily due to market segmentation. Overall, Mr. Maluf confirms, the Brazilian agribusiness market is expanding, primarily in the form of exports to Asia and the European Union.
It is no wonder that “Terra” turned to Flavio Maluf as an industry expert for the news piece mentioned above. His reputation precedes him. A good summary of his background and business and life philosophy can be found in an interview conducted by the online news source “Ideamensch.” (see: “Flavio Maluf CEO of Eucatex” — Posted May 1, 2018 — https://ideamensch.com/flavio-maluf/ ).
Maluf earned a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Armando AlvaresPenteado Foundation. Through his entrepreneurial mindset and hard work, he went on to become President of Grandfood. Grandfood is a market leader in grain growing, agriculture and forestry. As mentioned previously, Flavio Maluf is currently CEO of the Eucatex Group. He credits the idea behind Eucatex to his great-grandfather, Salim, who had owned and operated one of the most productive sawmills in Latin America.
In the interview with “Ideamensch” Flavio Maluf shares thoughts on how he has achieved success in life. He advises young entrepreneurs to seek perfection and to dedicate themselves wholeheartedly to their endeavors.