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Sep 19, 2022

Huhtamaki India gets Dhananjay Salunkhe as managing director

Moves from ITC

Huhtamaki India gets Dhananjay Salunkhe as managing director
Consumer packaging and labelling solutions company, Huhtamaki India, has announced the appointment of Dhananjay Salunkhe as managing director. 
He moves from ITC, where he was CEO - packaging and printing business. 
Marco Hilty, president, flexible packaging, Huhtamaki, said, “We are pleased to welcome Dhananjay to the Huhtamaki India team. He comes with extensive leadership experience from the packaging and printing business and holds great records in driving businesses towards significant growth.  We are certain that his rich experience and knowledge will play a vital role for the India market as we continue to grow and accomplish our goals towards becoming the first choice in sustainable packaging solutions.”
Salunkhe said, “I am impressed with Huhtamaki’s principle and high-performance culture that focuses on the core values of Care Dare Deliver. I am excited and looking forward to developing the company further by harvesting new opportunities, accelerating growth with a vision to deliver on its 2030 ambitions.”
With over 27 years of experience, he has also worked with 3M. 
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