Bridging key demand-supply gap in developing countries

Chief Operating Officer

Mr. Tanuj Kumar is the Chief Operating Officer of International Business Division (IBD), specializing in bridging demand-supply gap in developing countries, by undertaking turnkey (EPC) projects in various sectors. IBD origin goes back to 2002, when it was founded by three industry stalwarts including Mr. Kumar.

Mr. Kumar started his career in 1997 with Daewoo Corporation, Korea, which was the holding company of Daewoo Group of companies with an annual turnover exceeding USD 84 billion. At Daewoo, Mr. Tanuj Kumar was responsible for launch of Daewoo Fax Machines, PBX, Delkor SMF Batteries in India. At the same time handled projects related with LNG Carriers, LNG Terminals, Automotive Sector, Sheet Metal Tools and Dies, etc. Mr. Kumar initiated exports from India of automotive components like cylinder blocks, automotive tubes etc. using vast network of Daewoo Corporation across the world.

Mr. Tanuj Kumar leads a team of professionals in India and overseas with different specializations, leading the company's in its endeavour to excel in EPC business by delivering projects in stipulated period and cost. Projects in multiple sectors have been successfully completed with full satisfaction of the clients in stipulated time frames. Few projects undertaken include – Setting up of fully automated substations from 33 kV to 220 kV, Setting up of Sugarcane Processing Facility with Co-generation, Setting of strategic Fuel Reserves (Fuel Farms of 60 million Liters storage capacity), Modernization and upgradation of Steel plant (300,000 TPA), Large Irrigation Projects (over 2000 Ha), etc.

Mr Kumar is a strong proponent of “Leading the Team from the Front”, thereby creating a strong and motivated team of professionals who are always eager to undertaking challenging assignments in most challenging and unfamiliar environments.