In a significant move at Walton Hi-Tech Industries PLC, one of the country’s premier electronics giants listed on the capital market, the company unveiled pivotal leadership shifts during its 35th board meeting reportedly held on 14 October. The company has announced the appointment of three new top management positions- Chairman, Vice-Chairman & Managing Director.
SM Shamsul Alam, one of the original founding directors, has taken the helm as the Chairman. His entrepreneurial acumen in the electrical and electronics sector has been a driving force behind Walton’s global outreach, marking its footprint in over 40 countries. As a seasoned director, Alam’s forward-thinking approach has been instrumental in navigating Walton’s trajectory of growth.
Accompanying him in the leadership suite is SM Ashraful Alam, now the Vice-Chairman. A stalwart in the electronics domain, Alam’s insights and expertise have been foundational to Walton’s milestones. This new role further solidifies his position at the heart of the company’s strategic leadership.
Completing the trio, SM Mahbubul Alam steps into the role of Managing Director, bearing the responsibility of spearheading Walton’s operational strategies. With the company’s ambitious vision of securing a spot among the top five global brands by 2030, his leadership will be pivotal.
It’s noteworthy to mention that Walton Hi-Tech Industries PLC made its debut on the Dhaka Stock Exchange and the Chittagong Stock Exchange on 14 September 2020. Under the adept guidance of this newly instated leadership trio, Walton has carved a niche for itself, becoming a dominant force in both local and global markets.
Emphasizing their unwavering dedication, the new leadership is set to fast-track Walton’s developmental strides, with a sharp focus on achieving the goal of ranking among the top five global brands in the next seven years. Their combined vision is poised to navigate any potential obstacles, ensuring continuous innovation and robust growth for Walton.
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