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Rakesh Makhija joins Castrol India Board

He has held senior management positions within Tata Honeywell and Honeywell International

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Castrol India, Rakesh Makhija, China, Sweden, SKF India, Axis Bank, Tata Honeywell, Honeywell International, Kinetics Technology International BV, Technip, Netherlands, IIT New Delhi, R Gopalakrishnan

Castrol India has appointed Rakesh Makhija as an independent non-executive director to its Board with effect from October 1, 2019.

Castrol says Makhija brings over four decades of management experience with diversified industrial and technology companies. He has held senior sales and general management roles including international ones, having worked across geographies like China and Sweden, besides India.

He has also senior position as the non-executive chairperson of SKF India between July 2015 to May 2019, and was also recently appointed as non-executive chairperson at Axis Bank, in July 2019 for a three-year term.

Makhija has held senior management positions within Tata Honeywell and Honeywell International, the global industrial and aerospace company and Kinetics Technology International BV (now Technip), a process engineering and contracting company in the Netherlands.

He is a chemical engineer from IIT New Delhi, and has been awarded several industry awards.

R Gopalakrishnan, non-executive chairperson, Board of Directors, Castrol India, said: "We are very pleased to welcome industry veteran Rakesh Makhija to the Castrol India Board. With his deep domain knowledge, and experience of leading successful businesses in varied sectors, we look forward to his incisive strategic insights which will add enormous value to the Castrol India business as it aspires to reach new levels of success." 

Rakesh Makhija said, "Castrol is a strong brand and an industry leader in India. I look forward to working with the Board and management as it explores new innovative technology solutions to continuously delight its customers and consumers."

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