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Management changes at Clariant Chemicals (India)
18
Jan '11
Clariant Chemicals (India) Limited announced Management changes.

Mr. Padmanaban Rajasekaran, currently Head of BU Leather Services of Clariant Chemicals (India) Limited, will become Head of BU Textile Chemicals of Clariant Chemicals (India) Limited, effective January 1, 2011. He has 23 years of experience in production, sales and business development in the leather industry and worked, prior to his stint in Clariant, 14 years for BASF India in different positions.

Mr. Anjani Prasad, currently Head of BU Textiles in India has accepted to lead on a full time basis for a global assignment in BU Textiles.

Mr. Rajendran Kumaresan succeeds Mr. Padmanaban Rajasekaran as Head of BU Leather Services of Clariant Chemicals (India) Limited, effective January 1, 2011. Educated in Leather Technology & Marketing and Business Administration, he has 18 years industry experience and had worked for various companies like BASF and Atul.

Clariant is committed to sustainable and innovative growth in India. Our 900 plus employees generate sales of about INR 10 bn (in 2009) through its various businesses like - Textile Chemicals, Leather Services, Paper Specialties, Pigments (Coatings, Printing and Plastics and Special Applications), Additives, Emulsions, Industrial & Consumer Specialties, Detergents & Intermediates, Oil & Mining Services and Masterbatches. A service driven business, we work closely with our customers to meet their specific needs, thereby delivering satisfying and efficient solutions.

Clariant Chemicals (India) Limited

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