News: Rahul Tikoo joins Huntsman as Managing Director for Indian Subcontinent

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Rahul Tikoo joins Huntsman as Managing Director for Indian Subcontinent

Tikoo is responsible for driving corporate growth strategy and accelerating Polyurethanes division business in India.
Rahul Tikoo joins Huntsman as Managing Director for Indian Subcontinent

Huntsman Corporation has appointed Rahul Tikoo as Managing Director of both the corporation’s business in the Indian Subcontinent and its Polyurethanes division in India.  

In his dual role, Tikoo is responsible for driving corporate growth strategy and accelerating Polyurethanes division business in India. He will report to Rohit Aggarwal, president of Huntsman’s Textile Effects division, for the Huntsman India corporate business and to Steen Weien Hansen, Vice President of Huntsman’s Polyurethanes – Europe, Africa, Middle East and India, for the Polyurethanes business.

Huntsman’s presence in the Indian Subcontinent encompasses the Textile Effects, Advanced Materials and Polyurethanes divisions, 2 manufacturing sites, corporate shared services and a major research and development facility serving the region.

Rohit Aggarwal said: “We are pleased to welcome Rahul to Huntsman and are confident that his business acumen and diverse industry experience will lead Huntsman to our next phase of growth.” 

Steen Weien Hansen added: “The Indian Subcontinent is a very important emerging market for our Polyurethanes business.  Our customers respect innovation.  Under Rahul’s leadership, we will strengthen our innovation and customer-centric approach.”

Rahul joins Huntsman from BYK, where he was managing director of its South Asia region.  Prior to BYK, he held various roles with Agfa and AkzoNobel.  Rahul earned an engineering degree from the University of Pune and a master’s degree in business management from JBIMS, Mumbai. 

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