Rashedi Hassan takes over Sales & Marketing management of Telstar’s subsidiary in Bangladesh

Telstar reinforces professional talent in Asia subsidiaries

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Terrassa (Barcelona). Azbil Telstar announces the appointment of Rashedi Hassan as a Sales & Marketing Manager of the subsidiary of the company in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

From 14th February 2021, Rashedi Hassan focuses his responsibility on developing extensive marketing and sales plan to strengthen the Telstar brand position in the local pharmaceutical market and to promote the presence and distribution of Telstar branded Life Sciences service & product solutions in the region, particularly in the field of engineering and construction for local and multinational pharmaceutical companies.

Rashedi Hassan holds a Diploma in Engineering from Dhaka Polytechnic Institute. With more than 18 years of experience, he has a solid professional career in management of sales & marketing of pharmaceuticals machinery and cleanroom projects, besides project management, for different companies in Bangladesh and India.

Rashedi Hassan, Newly Appointed Sales & Marketing Manager
Rashedi Hassan, Newly Appointed Sales & Marketing Manager

After a strong growth process in the region, Azbil Telstar is reinforcing its global activities in engineering, construction, and manufacturing process equipment for the development of turnkey plants and installations for local and multinational pharmaceutical companies with high growth potential.

Bangladesh is one of the fastest-growing markets in pharmaceutical production worldwide. After being active in the region since 2004, the Azbil Telstar subsidiary in Bangladesh was formally inaugurated on the 2nd of April 2014. The Telstar brand is now represented in the Asia region by three specialized production plants and engineering centers in China, Bangladesh, and India.

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