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tna appoints new general manager for the Middle East

tna hireGlobal packaging solutions specialist, tna (tnasolutions.com), announces the appointment of Mukul Shukla as general manager for the Middle East. Based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Mukul will oversee all aspects of tna’s Middle Eastern operations, including sales, customer service and support in all countries spanning from Libya to Sri Lanka.

Academically trained in mechanical engineering and machine dynamics, with Bachelor of Engineering and Master of Technology qualifications respectively, Mukul brings almost 20 years of experience in the engineering and packaging industry, as well as sales and project management expertise to the regional role.

Commenting on his appointment, Mukul says: “I’m delighted to be returning to the tna team in the Middle East. My previous experience, both in the food packaging industry and as regional sales manager for tna in the Middle East, gives me the perfect platform with which to connect with customers and take tna’s business to the next level here. The role of general manager for the Middle East is great opportunity for me personally, and is certainly one that I look forward to.”

Michael Green, managing director, tna, adds: “The Middle East is a prosperous and successful region for the food packaging industry, and it’s one that holds great promise for us. We’re keen to support our customers in the region with a high level of on the ground support. Mukul’s depth of experience, technical knowledge, and keen focus on great customer service will be a great asset to tna in the Middle East.”  

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