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Anup Dhingra joins GSK Consumer Healthcare as Supply Chain Lead for Indian sub continent

05-September-2016
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Anup Dhingra joins GSK Consumer Healthcare as Supply Chain Lead for Indian sub continent

GSK Consumer Healthcare announced the appointment of Anup Dhingra as the Supply Chain Lead, ISC. Dhingra will be a member of the India Leadership Team and will be based in Gurgaon. He succeeds Jaiboy Phillips, who has retired after 4 years with the company.

Dhingra joins GSK from Reckitt Benckiser where he was Supply Director Poland and was responsible for the company's largest operations globally.

Announcing the changes, Manoj Kumar, Managing Director, GSK Consumer Healthcare, said “Anup brings in 27 years of experience with in-depth experience and exceptional knowledge of the industry. I am delighted to welcome him and confident that under his leadership we will continue to deliver the best for our customers. I also take this opportunity to thank Jaiboy for his immense contribution to the ISC Supply Chain Vision & Strategic roadmap year on year to deliver on the company’s commercial business ambitions.”

On his appointment, Anup Dhingra said, “I am delighted to be back in India with such an exciting assignment. GSK has powerful consumer centric brands based on high- science. I look forward to being a part of the journey of the organization as it establishes itself as a fast moving consumer healthcare company. 

Dhingra’s earlier roles within Reckitt Benckiser included Projects Director - European Supply Chain and Head of Manufacturing – India, during which he supervised eight manufacturing factories in the country, producing a range of FMCG & Pharma products. Prior to this he worked with Johnson & Johnson, Gillette, Eicher Tractors & CEAT Tyres.

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