Flavio Maluf of Eucatex is taking advantage of Eucatex’s acquisition from Duratex. It is not a surprise that the president of the company of Eucatex is forging ahead and creating new business opportunities with his commitment to increasing productivity. Productivity is the key to success according to Flavio Maluf, and their acquisition of the factory in Botucatu will increase their production of wood fiber sheets significantly. The increased production of this product will help boost the production of other products and help Eucatex take over a larger section in certain markets. Visit Flavio Maluf on facebook.
The companies Eucatex and Duratex confirmed future business and Eucatex agreed to provide a farm located in Capão Bonito in a trade for the thin sheets of wood that are produced in the Botucatu factory. Duratex will have a presence on the farm that produces the wood. With this business arrangement, Eucatex will receive an increase of 70% of the wood fiber sheets and production of paint will increase by 30% and 40% in the paper printing sector. Currently, the acquisition has not been approved by Cade and Eucatex must wait until they are in compliance with regulatory requirements and have received approval before continuing.
Businessman and CEO of the company Eucatex, Flavio Maluf’s belief that productivity is necessary for success in business has resulted in this deal with Duratex that will help increase productivity. The Botucatu factory has over 280 employees and produces over 200,000 cubic meters of wood fiber sheets. Flavio Maluf thinks that this business opportunity will result in more business opportunities. The incorporation of the factory into Eucatex’s assets will create direct and indirect jobs. This mutual compromise will benefit both Eucatex and Duratex in the long run.
Eucatax is putting in place plans for long-term business success with the partnership between Ecuatax and Duratex. The addition of production of the Botucatu factory will increase Eucatex’s production output.