Amit Burman, chairman of FMCG company Dabur India, has now resigned from his post after assuming responsibility for many years. Barman's resignation has been approved by the company's board of directors. His resignation has come into effect since the business ended on August 10. Dabur has given this information in a filing to BSE.
With this, the company told BSE that Mohit Burman has now been made the non-executive chairman of the board. Mohit Burman's appointment has been valid for the next 5 years from August 11. Apart from him, Saket Burman has been made the non-executive vice chairman of the company. Saket has also been given the post for the next 5 years and his appointment has also been approved from August 11. Amit Burman will continue to be the non-executive director of the company after stepping down as chairman.
Amit Burman is credited with launching Dabur in the processed food business. For this, he formed a new company called Dabur Foods Limited. The company said That Amit Burman has been responsible for the implementation of all the business plans and the development and communication of Dabur Foods. He took over as CEO of Dabur Foods in 1999. Under his leadership, the company entered segments like cooking paste, chutney and packaged food juice. In 2007, after Dabur foods merged with the parent company Dabur India, he left the post of CEO of Dabur Foods.