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Britacel Silicones appoints new Country Head of Bangladesh

Britacel Silicones Ltd. – The fastest-growing textile specialty entity from India – has appointed Arindam Ghosh as Country Head – Bangladesh. He possesses the most integral part of BRITACEL’s path-breaking success in the most important parts of India.

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Figure: Britacel Silicones Ltd. has appointed Arindam Ghosh as Country Head – Bangladesh.

Along with his international responsibility, Ghosh is now heading India – North business that comprises Gujarat, Delhi, Rajasthan and West Bengal, Bangladesh.

Ghosh has done Bachelor of Technology in Fiber & Textile Chemistry and having in-depth experience in the vast area of Textile Chemical processing.

Ghosh has been with Britacel Family for more than 10 years and has contributed greatly to his role by developing new business opportunities in the new areas for the company. His in-depth knowledge in the vast area of textile processing and sharp business acumen has been delivering the company year after year to the summit of excellence.

After his new promotional assignment, Ghosh added, “Our goal is to keep raising the bar every possible day. There is no commoditized comparison or competition to the peer as Britacel always sets the story that makes the trend, always one step ahead.”

Britacel Silicones Ltd is known for its most uniquely designed out-of-the-box concepts and sustainable technologies. In recent years company has grown multifold and even ended up on a positive note by making a whopping 245 Cr business in a year of the COVID-19 pandemic with 10% growth.

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