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MTR Foods CEO and Executive Director J Suresh resigns

24-August-2005
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MTR Foods CEO and Executive Director J Suresh resigns

J Suresh, who has been heading MTR Foods as its CEO and Executive Director, has parted ways with the company. He had joined the company in June 2002, when he moved in from his previous assignment at HLL.

Confirming the move, Suresh said, “It has been a wonderful experience. There was quite a lot that we did in moving the brand from a regional brand to making it a national brand.” As on date, MTR Foods Ltd claims to be among the top five processed food manufacturers in India.

While Suresh’s replacement is expected to be in place in the next two months, the ex-CEO hasn’t decided on his next destination. He said, “There are different options that I am evaluating right now. I haven’t decided on the next assignment.”

Details on Suresh’s next assignment are expected to be made known in a month’s time.

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