CITI re-elects top leaders

CITI re-elects top leaders

04 October 2022, Mumbai:

T Rajkumar is chairman of the Confederation of Indian Textile Industry (CITI). Rakesh Mehra has been elected as deputy chairman. Ashwin Chandran is the vice chairman.

Rajkumar is the chairman of the Textile Sector Skill Council. He is a director at the National Skill Development Corporation and the former chairman of the Southern India Mills’ Association. He is also the chairman and managing Trustee of Global Pathway School, Coimbatore, and secretary of Nachimuthu Gounder Rukmani Ammal Charitable Trust, Pollachi, Tamil Nadu, apart from being actively involved in various industry bodies and educational institutions. He also serves as an independent director in Coimbatore Smart City.

Additionally, Rajkumar is a member of the Governing Council of Cotton Textiles Export Promotion Council and South India Textile Research Association, Coimbatore.

Rakesh Mehra is the chairman of Banswara Syntex. Since 2018, he has been the president of the Indian Spinners Association. He is the former chairman of the Synthetic and Rayon Textiles Export Promotion Council. Ashwin Chandran is the chairman and managing director of Precot Meridien. He is also a member of the Cotton Textiles Export Promotion Council.

The Confederation of Indian Textile Industry, a leading industry chamber for the textile and clothing sector, represents the entire textile value chain through its leading regional and industry associations and 18 major corporate members.

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