Shaygan Kheradpir: Star of the Show


The History of Coriant

Coriant is a technology company that provides products to make optical transmissions for things such as bandwidth that companies use for telecommunication. It was launched in the month of March in the year of 2013, stemming from their parent company of Marlin Equity Partners, who deal with cyber security. Coriant operates in well over 100 countries all over the world and have been vastly successful since their founding, and it was with the addition of their new leader, Shaygan Kheradpir, that they will continue to be successful for a long time to come.

Who is Shaygan Kheradpir?

Shaygan Kheradpir was born on the 19th of December in the year of 1960 in London. From an early age, he was exposed to the medical field as his father was a doctor in the country of Iran, later moving to the United States to attend college at Cornell University with a Doctorate in electrical engineering. He has worked at many different jobs over the years, before settling at Coriant in late September of 2015.

His Experience

Kheradpir was employed at his first job in 1987 at GTE Laboratories, where he achieved a lot in the departments of networking and management of the networks for the Laboratories. Later on, when GTE merged with Verizon, he became the President of Verizon’s electronic business division. His expertise with all that is technology benefited the company, exposing the company’s under the table dealings with buying their software off of unreliable sellers on eBay, and with the installing of new, more reliable software, the company became even more successful. Eventually, he moved on to Barclay’s and later Juniper Networks, where he once again did a lot of marketing management in the companies’ software departments. It is no wonder why his many years of experience led him to taking over Coriant.

A New Leader

Kheradpir joined Coriant as the new head of the family in late of the month of September of the year 2015. He is now the number one executive and chairman of the company with the stepping down of former leader Pat DiPietro, who returned to working with Marlin Equity Partners. Although the stepping down of the former head of the company, who had advanced the company in a great way may seem sad, the potential that Kheradpir shows for the company is a great promise for the future for the overall health of the company.

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All You Need to Know About Eucatex

Eucatex Group was established in 1951 in the town of Salto, Brazil, and its primary focus was manufacturing panels insulated with wood fibers from the eucalyptus tree. Initially, the company was producing soft boards started producing panels and ceiling tiles later on, and by 1965, Eucatex was exporting panels and tiles to Europe.

Eucatex started growing the eucalyptus tree due to the rising demand for exports. In the following years, the company had opened branches in U.S.A., UK, Germany, Holland and Mexico. Eucatex later introduced paints for coating panels and ceiling tiles. It also started investing in land for growing trees to meet its growing demand for exports.

Towards the end of 1980, Eucatex was exporting its products to over 50 countries. By the 1990s, it had become an international organization respected in the building and furniture industry. The company opened more factories and established their lines of varnishes and paints.

Later on, Eucatex started producing MDP panels and caught the attention of the FSC. Eucatex gained international recognition from FSC, becoming the first company in Brazil to get an ISO 9001 certification for its respective sector. Currently, Eucatex is the seventh largest manufacturer in Brazil and owns factories dealing with varnishes, paints, panels, plates and flooring.

The CEO of Eucatex is Flavio Maluf. A mechanical engineering graduate from FAAP in Brazil, Maluf, is the oldest son and is the chairperson of Eucatex’s Board of Executive Officers and the Eucatex trading department. You can follow Maluf on Twitter.

Apart from working at Eucatex, Wikipedia shows that Maluf also serves as a board member for eight different companies, and he is currently the president of Grand Food. He is also recognized for his involvement in charity, and one of his great donations was a state of the art X-ray machine, which he gave to Idio Carli Hospital.  This is all in addition to the commentary that he provides on the major issues.  Flavio Maluf wrote an article on Dupont and their recent chemical merger.  Not to mention his piece about Pfizer, and their acquisition by Allergen.