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Arjun Ranga elected president of All India Agarbathi Manufacturers Association

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Bengaluru: All India Agarbathi Manufacturers Association (AIAMA) announced Arjun Ranga, CEO, N Ranga Rao & Sons as President of the association for 2020-2021. The appointment is effective from February 23, 2020.  Ranga succeeds Sarath Babu as the president of AIAMA. Ranga was previously the Vice- president of the association. 

Office-bearers of All India Agarbathi Manufacturers Association with newly elected President Arjun Ranga.

Arjun Ranga will lead AIAMA and will be responsible for achieving the core purposes of the association while working aggressively for the benefit and upliftment of the industry with policymakers, government bodies, and industry peers. Further responsibility undertaken by Ranga is the tireless working towards the growth of the agarbathi industry in the international market.

Speaking on his appointment, Ranga said, “I am deeply humbled with this great honour bestowed upon me. The agarbathi industry has made me who I am today. I am prepared to contribute as much as I can during my tenure to make this industry flourish not only domestically but also in the international market. As President of AIAMA, the growth and prosperity of this industry is my only priority and I pledge to protect, nurture, and grow this industry to its potential.”

Established in the year 1949 AIAMA has been working tirelessly towards encouraging the growth of the agarbathi industry and allied products in India. At present more than 700 Agarbathi manufacturers across India are members with AIAMA. The association has been aggressively working to address various issues of the agarbathi and allied industries. The association’s efforts are not only restricted to the support and growth of the agarbathi industry in the domestic market but also to drive for demand growth in the international markets.

About AIAMA

Established in the year 1949 as MOMA (Mysore Oodabathi Manufacturers’ Association) by seven founding members, AIAMA has been working tirelessly towards encouraging the growth of Agarbathi industry and allied products in India. In the early 80’s, with increased interest and participation of manufacturers from other Indian states, MOMA was renamed ‘All India Agarbathi Manufacturers Association’ (AIAMA). With head office in Bengaluru, at present more than 700 Agarbathi manufacturers across India are life members with AIAMA. The association has been aggressively working with the industry peers, policy makers and government bodies to address various issues of the agarbathi and allied industries. Association’s efforts are not only restricted to the support and growth of agarbathi industry in the domestic market, but also to drive for demand growth in the international markets.

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