Jai Shroff has focused on building a successful career in the international agriculture sector. He laid the foundation for his professional endeavors with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from the University of Mumbai. Subsequently, he accepted a position as a compliance officer with Nivi Trading Ltd. In 2007, Jai Shroff assumed the role of chief executive officer at United Phosphorus Ltd. (now UPL Limited), and he has since helped the company to become one of the leading agrochemical suppliers in India and the fifth most prominent company of its kind in the world.
Committed to research and sustainability, Jai Shroff has helped to integrate UPL’s services into the fields of specialty and industrial chemicals, as well as agrochemicals. Under his leadership, the firm offers a wide range of products such as herbicides and fumigants to international agricultural professionals. Aside from his role with UPL, he serves as the vice chairman of the global seed company Advanta.
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