Mar. 6, 2023
Best Agrolife Ltd, one of the leading agrochemical company in India, announced the hire of Mr Lalit Kumar Sharma. Mr Sharma has joined as the Head - Quality Control and R&D of Seedlings India Pvt Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Best Agrolife Ltd (BAL). In this role, Mr Sharma will design the R&D strategy and be responsible for propelling the pipeline growth and development programs of the company.
A science graduate from Ravishankar University, Chhattisgarh Mr Sharma comes with a rich experience of 32 years in the agrochemical Industry. He was previously associated with the reputed agrochemical companies like Crystal Crop Protection, Dhanuka, Montary, and HPM. Mr Sharma has worked closely with the quality assurance and production teams of these organisations to test and commission new formulations.
"We are thrilled to welcome Mr Lalit Sharma to Seedlings as we embark on our next phase of growth,″said Mr Vimal Alawadhi, MD, BAL. "Mr Sharma brings a strong track record of leadership to the company. He is adept in developing new pesticide formulations like Suspension Concentrate, Capsule Suspension, Suspoemulsion, Tablet Formulation, and combination formulation and we look forward to benefiting from his extensive expertise!″
Mr Sharma stated, "I am excited about joining Seedlings India Pvt Ltd and lead its talented and unique R&D team. I found the novel molecular approach and focus on innovation and cutting-edge technology of the company most attractive and I am eager to use my industry experience to help build out a pipeline of programs to innovate highly effective crop-solutions to help the agricultural community worldwide."
Mr Sharma will be based out of Seedlings India Pvt Ltd, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh office.
BAL is continuously focussing on building a strong team of experienced professionals who are leaders in their respective fields. The company has recently roped in the leading business transformation leader and finance professional Mr Sanjeev Kharbanda, as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of the organisation.
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