P&G plans to set up planning centre in Telangana

Proctor & Gamble India plans to establish a planning centre in Telangana to cater to the entire south Asian region.

The company proposes to recruit 50 highly skilled persons to begin with at this centre, which would be scaled up to 100 later, the state government quoted P&G India’s Managing Director and CEO Al Rajwani as saying.

Rajwani, who called on Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao today along with his team at the camp office here, also informed Rao that the company would like to expand its existing unit at Penjarla village in Kottur mandal of Mahaboobnagar district, located in an area of 171 acres, the Chief Minister’s office said in a statement.

The unit, with 786 employees, caters to segments like fabric and home care, beauty care, oral care, baby care and feminine care. The company would be increasing the number of employees to 1200, of which 80 per cent would be from Telangana, the statement added.


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