Arabian MEP CEO Vasanth Kumar steps down from role

Arabian MEP CEO Vasanth Kumar steps down from role
Vasanth Kumar has left Arabian MEP Contracting.
Published: 10 January 2017 - 4:10 a.m.
By: Yamurai Zendera

Vasanth Kumar, CEO and co-founder of Qatar-based Arabian MEP Contracting, has left the company.

Indian-born Kumar co-founded Arabian MEP two decades ago and had been CEO for 13 years.

The MEP contractor has enjoyed huge success during his tenure winning multiple major contractors in Qatar, while Kumar himself has picked up a number of accolades including MEP Executive of the Year at the 2015 MEP Middle East Awards.

In 2015 the company generated revenue of $147.5m and was projected to make $164.8m in 2016.

It is understood that Kumar has taken the decision to leave the company in order to spend more time with his family and pursue other interests including his private hospitality business and a new venture called Qatar Marketing International. 

 

 

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