Vivek Gupta takes charge as Director Raw Material and Logistics at SAIL

Our Bureau New Delhi | Updated on March 28, 2019 Published on March 28, 2019

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Vivek Gupta has taken charge as Director (Raw Material& Logistics) of Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL).

Gupta is a civil engineer from NIT, Allahabad. Gupta had joined SAIL in 1980. He also holds many Diplomas in the field of Business Management, Project management and Construction Management and has been trained at United Kingdom in Advanced Project Management through Price Water House, Urwick Management Centre, Slough, London.

He has worked for more than 38 years in SAIL where he has served in IISCO Steel Plant (ISP), Chasnalla Colliery, Project Directorate, VISL and Raw Materials Division as well as in NMDC where he was on deputation, a company statement said.

Published on March 28, 2019

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