Dick Devos Joins FAA Council

Dick Devos is one of the top businessman in America. He has been the President and CEO of Amway, a Fortune 500 company, and he owns his own private equity firm known as The Windquest Group, which he runs with his wife. Devos is married to the 11th US Education Secretary Betsy Devos, an education reformer who was appointed by President Trump to lead the educational choice movement.


Now Devos is working in Washington as well. For one, he has been working with the Federal Aviation Administration through their Management Advisory Council. The council was started in 2017. Devos’ appointment to the council was praised by others in the aviation industry, including the CEO of Southwest industry. However, many didn’t first understand the move because Devos isn’t an airline executive or former transportation authority.


In fact, Devos has worked with airports and airlines for over two decades. He is well known for his business acumen and has helped the CEO of the Gerald R. Ford International Airport as well. The Gerald R. Ford International Airport went through a re-launch in 1999, but that didn’t help the ticket sales much. It wasn’t until Devos came on board in the 2000s that he finally saw some ticket sales. This was because Devos made a phone call to the CEO of AirTran Airways. That one phone call changed a lot for the airport, including adding on four new destinations.


The new destinations were business traveler destinations. These were places where conferences and meetups were held for all types of industries. These new cities include Orlando, St. Louis, Vegas, and Denver. Devos really wanted to link up the destinations to what he had been building in downtown Grand Rapids, which included a new convention center for conferences as well.


He also helped the airport when it was unclear what Southwest would do when the company took over AirTran Airways. Devos saw an opportunity to work with the CEO on keeping the destinations and terminals open, while also promising future growth. Right after that, the airport received a $45 million fund from the airlines at the airport to help expand the terminals and technology. This is exactly the type of thing that intrigues the FAA as the agency tries to improve airport technology and offers according to the challenge from the president.


The CEO of Southwest has praised the FAA for working with Devos. His nomination comes at a time when the FAA truly needs some business help to keep the aviation industry stable in America. While it has been up and down for many years, there are a lot of companies trying to help change the face of aviation in America and do something for the country’s most innovative industry just a few decades ago.


The planning and strategy is something that Devos can help with every time. He has been working with the FAA for over a year now and will continue to meet with the council throughout 2019.


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Businessman and CEO, Flavio Maluf

Flavio Maluf is a businessman based out of Brazil. He successfully graduated from the Armando Foundation and as a result received his degree in mechanical engineering. Flavio Maluf made the decision to become an entrepreneur and take over his family’s business. His family acquired wealth early on. Maluf’s father has a reputation as a renowned businessman in Brazil.

Maluf spoke to media outlets regarding the idea for Eucatex. He said the idea came from Maluf’s great-grandfather named Salim who owned and operated the largest mills in Latin America during that time. They decided to use the mills they already had to enter the wood and fiber industry. The company name for their business stemmed from the variety of wood that is utilized during this process, called Eucalyptus. Eucalyptus is the variety of wood that is used within the furniture industry and construction industry today. Read more about Flavio Maluf at ideamensch.com

Flavio spoke about his routine on an average work day. He attends business in the office most days. His schedule is constantly planned according to the whichever endeavors are most pressing for that day or week. He ensures to schedule time for important meetings regarding the company. He visits the factory and warehouse to ensure operations are taken seriously.

When a survey was preformed during 2017 and 2018 on harvest reports, the sale of grains and soybeans exceeded 119 million tonnes, which is a measurement similar to kilograms. This is a four percent increase from data collected in the previous years. The European Union happens to be the second-largest consumer of Brazil’s agribusiness. According to reports taken in June, fresh produce, coffee and grains were among the top items imported from Brazil.

Flavio Maluf has studied and educated himself regarding the exports that take place in Asia and all surrounding islands. China in particular has consistently been a major consumer of Brazilian exports. According to last years sales, the majority of these shipments contained items such as soybeans and cellulose. These types of products and goods tend to be imported all over the globe, especially to continents such as Europe, Asia and surrounding islands.

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