Indofil Industries: Interview with the top brass

Maihotra, R. K.; Nagarkar, G. S.
May 2011
Colourage;May2011, Vol. 58 Issue 5, p68
Trade Publication
An interview with Indofil Industries Ltd. chief executive officer (CEO), R. K. Malhotra and the vice president of the Speciality Chemicals business at Indofil, Girish S. Nagarkar, is presented. Malhotra talks about the health and safety (HSE) policy adopted by the company which focuses on protecting the environment, employees and visitors. Nagarkar talks about the comprehensive range of textile chemicals and auxiliaries included in the company's portfolio for textile sector.


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