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Mr Rajnish Kapur is a post graduate from the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Powai, Mumbai from where he completed his Masters in Technology in Electrical Engineering. During his post graduation he had a number of research papers published in internationally renowned journals like Electronic Letters and IEEE Transactions. A Silver Medalist in B Tech, he has hands on experience of over 23 years in engineering support, preventive maintenance, quality management and other areas of management. He is a Six Sigma Green Belt from the reputed Indian Institute of Management, Kolkatta besides being a Certified Lead Auditor for ISO 9000. A Post Graduate in Management with specialization in Marketing, he is presently the Managing Director of Holcim (Bangladesh) Ltd. He moved to Holcim in January this year from India.
Holcim Group, the Swiss company, is one of the world’s leading producers of cement and aggregates. The group is currently operating in more than 75 countries and employing almost 80,000 people.
Holcim Bangladesh is a member of WBCSD (World Business Council for Sustainable Development) and Co-founder of the Cement Sustainability Initiative. The group has ambitious Sustainable Development targets applied across the Group and Holcim is recognized as “Leader of the industry” in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) for the fourth time in succession this year and is recognized as the company with the best Sustainability performance in the building materials industry.
Holcim Bangladesh started its operation in 2000 and currently has three plants in the country with a total capacity of 1.3 million ton/year and a mission of “Building the Foundations for the Society”. Holcim is committed to global standards in both production and distribution and also with regard to environmental and social responsibility. The local group companies focus on optimum customer service, which also includes innovative product-specific services. Sultana Kamal Bridge, Bhairab bridge, Jamuna bridge, Doarika Bridge are few of the contributions made by the company in the infrastructure development of the country. Holcim Bangladesh continuously organizes training and workshop sessions for the Masons. Holcim is the first company to introduce insurance policy for masons. As a pioneering step, the company started exporting cement and introduced mobile lab service for its customers. Holcim Bangladesh recently organized a contest on Green Construction with the support and guidance of the renowned Engineers and Architects of the country to create a culture on Green Construction. Holcim Bangladesh is always committed towards the infrastructure development of the country and providing a better living place for the next generation.