National Bulk Handling Corporation (NBHC), a leading company offering integrated services in post-harvest agri-ecosystem, today announced the appointment of Vinod Kumar as the new Managing Director & CEO. He takes over the reins of the company from Ramesh Doraiswami, who is leaving the company to pursue his personal and professional interests.
As the Managing Director & CEO, Vinod will be responsible for driving and overseeing the development and execution of NBHC’s corporate strategy, business development, systems and policies across the company, stakeholder management, delivery excellence, nurturing talent, and leadership development.
Vinod holds rich experience in finance, logistics, and related industries. He joined NBHC as the Chief Financial Officer in 2019 and has been instrumental in ensuring financial discipline within the business. Last year, he was promoted to Business Head & SVP to lead the Micro Agri Commodities Lending & Business Correspondent Services, where he responsibly maintained key banking relationships. In his career spanning over 17 years, he has worked majorly in the logistics and supply chain industry.
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Speaking on his appointment, Vinod Kumar said, “I am grateful to the Board for this opportunity and it is a privilege for me to strategically steer the company’s growth path, drive innovation and growth in the digital era, and continue to define new benchmarks for our customers. Thanks to the impetus provided by the Board, I am looking forward to working closely with the executive leadership and the incredibly talented employees of NBHC.”
“Vinod’s appointment demonstrates NBHC’s commitment and efforts to develop and enhance human capital and capabilities by providing job enrichment and growth opportunities within the company. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Ramesh Doraiswami for his invaluable contribution to NBHC during his tenure and wish him the best in his future endeavours,” NBHC said in a statement today.