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Charkit hires business development manager

Charkit hires business development manager
Uday Gosalia will spearhead Charkit’s nutritional and dietary supplements offerings.

Charles Hinnant, president of Charkit Chemical Corp., announced the hiring of Uday Gosalia as the company’s business development manager, spearheading Charkit’s nutritional and dietary supplements offerings.

Mr. Hinnant said, “Uday brings a wealth of experience that spans sales, product management and a background in nutritional and dietary supplement ingredients. We’re pleased that he is now a part of this growing area of our business.”

In his position at Charkit, Mr. Gosalia reports to Jay Lang, Charkit’s executive vice president.

Mr. Gosalia has been in the development and execution of sales and marketing for almost a decade. He began his career with Merrill Lynch in corporate finance, soon moving to Loomis, Sayles & Co. as a business technology liaison. He then joined Aceto Corporation where he was a regional sales manager, overseeing sales representatives and developing business with large scale distributors. At Aceto, he moved on to the Nutritional Group, thereby beginning his career in the area of dietary supplements. He advanced several times within Aceto, promoted from an assistant product manager to product manager within a short period of time. Prior to joining Charkit, he was most recently associated with Aceto’s Pharmaceutical Intermediates group.

Mr. Gosalia holds a bachelor of arts degree in finance from Pace University. He is active in several charity fundraisers for prominent nonprofit groups.

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