Dynacons Technologies appoints Aron Govil as Chairman of the Board of Directors

– USA, NY / INDIA, Mumbai – Dynacons Technologies (NSE: DYNATECH) (BSE: 534674) announced today that New York based NRI, Aron Govil, has been appointed the Chairman of the Company who replaces the current chairman Mr. S.M. Anjaria.

Dynacons Technologies provides the entire spectrum of Information technology products offerings including cloud computing, system integration and services, IT software manufacturing and consulting business with marketing and distribution services.

Mr. Aron Govil is the Chairman & CEO of Ducon Group of Companies, involved in engineering & construction of environmental control, material handling systems, and power infrastructure projects worldwide. Ducon, established in 1938, with annual turnover of over US$ 470 million, has global subsidiaries, licensees and sales offices that carry out turn-key projects for FORTUNE 500 companies in the power, petrochemicals, steel, mining, food and chemicals industries.

In 2007, Mr. Govil was honored by USPAACC with the 2007 Excellence Award for his outstanding achievements in Business & Entrepreneurship. Ducon was ranked in the top 50 by Long Island Business news and Diversity Business in 2006. Ducon was also ranked as the top Indian owned company in USA by News India Times in 2011. Mr. Govil, was named “Person of the Year”, in 2013, by Global Indian magazine and New York Mayor Bill De Blasio named him to the Board of the Mayor’s Advisory Fund.

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