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PESB picks Anuj Kumar for CWC's Director (Finance) post

Anuj Kumar, who is currently serving as Group General Manager in the Container Corporation of India Limited (CONCOR), has been selected for the post of Director (Finance) of Central Warehousing Corporation (CWC)

PESB picks Anuj Kumar for CWC's Director (Finance) post
PESB picks Anuj Kumar for CWC's Director (Finance) post

New Delhi: Anuj Kumar is set to be the next Director (Finance) of Central Warehousing Corporation (CWC), a Miniratna PSU under the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution. He has been recommended by the Public Enterprises Selection Board (PESB) panel, the public head hunter body. Currently, he is serving as Group General Manager in the Container Corporation of India Limited (CONCOR). The post of Director (Finance) of CWC is vacant since May 1, 2020. However, CWC's Managing Director (MD) Arun Kumar Shrivastava is holding the additional charge of Director (Finance)'s post.

Anuj has been recommended for the post of Director (Finance) of CWC from a list of five candidates, who were interviewed by the selection panel. Out of five candidates, only one candidate was from CWC and one each from Container Corporation of India Limited (CONCOR), Rural Electrification Corporation Limited (REC Limited), Mineral Exploration Corporation Limited (MECL) and Punjab State Grains Procurement Corporation Limited (PSGPCL).

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Central Warehousing Corporation (CWC)

Central Warehousing Corporation (CWC) is a statutory body that was established under ‘The Warehousing Corporations Act, 1962. Its aim is to provide reliable, cost-effective, value-added, integrated warehousing and logistics solution in a socially responsible and environment friendly manner. It is a public warehouse operator established by the government of India in 1957 to provide logistics support to the agricultural sector. It operates 422 warehouses across India with a storage capacity of 10 million tonnes. The services include foodgrain warehouses, industrial warehousing, custom bonded warehouses, container freight stations, inland clearance depots and air cargo complexes.

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