New Delhi: State-owned BEML said in a regulatory filing that "the President of India has appointed Shantanu Roy as the Director (Mining and Construction Business) on the Board of BEML Limited for a period of five years with effect from Friday." The filing also stated that Roy is not related to other Directors in the company.
"Prior to assuming his present position, Shantanu Roy was Executive Director and was responsible for International Business Division, Strategy and New initiatives, Coordination and northern region operations. Roy is a Graduate in Electrical Engineering from NIT Raipur and an MBA in Financial Management. He is having more than 30 years of extensive experience in the capital goods sectors for Defence, Mining and Construction, Transportation, Transmission, Renewable and large power projects," it added.
"A Six Sigma Black Belt certified professional and widely traveled, he is adept at various models of project financing, mechanisms and processes for financial closure of large projects, international laws, arbitration rules, international legal and arbitration cases and statutory and Legal Compliances," it added.
"In his earlier stint as Head of BHEL's Marketing and Business Development team for neighbouring countries, Middle East and America and After sales business for entire overseas operations, he was responsible for positioning BHEL in the international market for the supercritical thermal power segment with the largest ever export order of USD 1.5 billion for the 2X660 MW Maitree STPP in Bangladesh, further consolidation of BHEL’s presence in Bhutan by securing orders for three major Hydroelectric Power Projects and in Nepal by securing orders for two major Hydroelectric Power Projects, entry of BHEL in subcritical thermal power segment and large Gas Turbine based power plant in the Middle East. Prior to that, he lead the production and operations for manufacturing of high voltage rotating electrical machines and traction applications at BHEL’s Bhopal Unit and underwent Training on Rolling Stock electrics and rotating electrical machines in Netherlands and Germany respectively," it added.
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