TECHNONICOL Corporation Appoints Ramnik Kohli as India CEO
TECHNONICOL Corporation, the leading international manufacturer andsupplier of roofing, waterproofing, thermal insulation and sound absorption materials, has announced theappointment of Ramnik Kohli as the Chief Executive Officer for India. His appointment comes as a part ofstrengthening and expanding TECHNONICOL’s presence in the Indian market as the country is witnessing rapidgrowth in Roads, Bridges, Railways, Airports, Residential and Commercial buildings and Power Generationconstruction, which calls for concerted focus on building materials.
TECHNONICOL Corporation integrates 53 production sites, 6 Research & Development centres with 6500qualified staff and has 25 year of market experience. The company specializes in selling building materials andtools for industrial, civil and private housing construction.
Commenting on Ramnik’s appointment, Anton Belyakov, Managing Director for Asia region said, “Ramnik isan accomplished leader with an outstanding track record. India is an important country and part ofTECHNONICOL’s global growth strategy. Ramnik will develop and further accelerate our growth plans in theIndian market. He has the appropriate leadership to take our Indian organisation forward.”
Commenting on his appointment Ramnik Kohli said, “It is an honour for me to lead TECHNONICOL’s growth inIndia. TECHNONICOL Corporation is well-regarded globally to create disruption with enormous focus onResearch and Development centres to produce durable and cost-efficient building materials and solutions. Weremain committed to support the builders’ ecosystem in India with our global expertise and craftsmanship.”
“The mission of TECHNONICOL is to produce high quality, reliable and effective construction materials andsolutions, which we strive to make available at very effective price-points. Guided by our core values ofknowledge, experience and craftsmanship, TECHNONICOL is committed to play an important part in buildingIndia which is a country under construction”, added Anton.