A visionary with excellent entrepreneurial skills and a far-sighted and deep understanding of the packaging business, Mr. Chetan Kanodia is the brain behind Kanodia Technoplast Limited, which he set up in 1995 with just a few Gravure Printing machines. With a vast experience of 22 years in the Flexible Packaging industry, he is well versed with every aspect of the business, which he has steered to unparalleled levels of growth in such a brief period since its establishment. A qualified professional, he holds degrees in M.Sc, DBM, ATA and L.L.B. Mr. Kanodia worked with the Birla Group before starting his own business of Sitara manufacturing in 1979. In 1988, he started Flexo Printing for manufacturing of a wide variety of bags. In 1992, he expanded his business to include Gravure Printing. A progressive thinker who aspires to grow KTL into a truly professional corporate and a socially responsible organization of global repute, Mr. Kanodia believes in delivering the best to his customer at all times â€“ a credo that is the driving force behind the success of KTL.
A law graduate from Delhi University, she is the inspiration behind KTL and is actively involved in various critical aspects of its business, including: Market Research, HR functions, Preliminary Product/Service development, Preliminary Marketing & Promotion, Business Plan preparation, Company Image development and Brand building and enhancement of the bottom line.
Mr. Ashok Kumar, the person of immense knowledge, done his graduation and post graduation in English literature and the IAS officer of 1965 batch of Jammu & Kashmir cadre. He worked with various Ministries during his 35 year of working experience. He began his career as Deputy Commissioner, Kathua (Jammu). After that he worked as Secretary to Governor, Joint Secretary Banking Division (Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India), Chairman - Jammu & Kashmir Bank, Joint Secretary (Ministry of Commerce, Govt. of India), Chief Secretary (Jammu & Kashmir Govt.), Additional Secretary (Ministry of Defense, Govt. of India), Special Secretary (Union Ministry of Home Affairs), Principal Advisor (Planning Commission, Govt. of India). He retired as Secretary to Government of India in Dec. 2000 and after retirement he became the Chairman of Finance Commission for Union Territories. During his service, he was in Board of Director of 6 various nationalized banks.