Dulsco appoints new managing director
Dubai, August 23, 2011
Dulsco, a leading provider of manpower outsourcing, recruitment and waste management solutions in the UAE and Qatar, has appointed Prakash Mahadalkar as its managing director.
Mahadalkar takes over from John Neale, who is leaving the UAE after serving 10 years at the helm of the company. Mahadalkar has worked with Dulsco for seven years as director finance.
“John Neale has established Dulsco as a strong brand in the region and leaves behind an impressive legacy,” said Abdul Aziz Mohammad Khan, chairman of Dulsco.
“His successor, Prakash, is thoroughly familiar with every important institutional issue of Dulsco, and has the maturity, judgment and experience to lead Dulsco to new levels of achievement. I am pleased to announce that he is now taking over as managing director.”
Mahadalkar previously worked with Rallis India, Sealand Service (in India & Middle East), Maersk Line CSX Corporation and Mitsui Shipping, before joining Dulsco in 2003.
In his new role, Mahadalkar will build up on his impressive industry track record in many high-profile multinational companies to further expand Dulsco’s profile across the GCC.
In his tenure at Dulsco, Mahadalkar has been instrumental in transforming Dulsco’s legal status from a partnership to a limited liability company, along with changing the company’s name to Dulsco, establishment of the Abu Dhabi operations, setting up of the Qatar joint venture and the construction of Dulsco Village.
“I am very enthusiastic about taking up my new role at Dulsco, a company that has recorded excellent performance over the past 76 years and I hope to boost its profile even further,” Mahadalkar said.
“Dulsco has an excellent service portfolio with core competencies in HR solutions and waste management services. It is a privilege to be leading the company and accelerate its growth even further,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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