Board of Directors
Chairman & Managing Director
Perdaman Group’s Founding Chairman and Managing Director Vikas Rambal has more than 25 years’ experience in business and a proven track record in delivering world-class businesses.
Born in Delhi, India Mr Rambal qualified as a chemical engineer at the University of Nagpur, specialising in petrochemicals. In his formative years Mr Rambal’s career was started at Bharat Petroleum (formerly Shell). He was then involved in establishing a range of projects including refineries and the manufacture of fertilisers.
Mr Rambal moved to Western Australia in 2000 and since his arrival, he has used natural gas for downstream industry, including the manufacture of ammonia for the international fertiliser market. The expansion of Perdaman Group has included a range of complementary-related businesses across pharmaceuticals, shopping centres, migration and solar energy.
As Perdaman Group’s chairman, Mr Rambal’s fundamental vision has always been to create leaders in helping the company grow.
Vikas Rambal is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management.
Discussions are always welcome for new business opportunities.
Andreas Walewski brings a wealth of business experience to the company.
Prior to joining Perdaman Chemicals and Fertilisers, Mr Walewski was Director and Company Secretary with Burrup Fertilisers Pty Ltd for more than five years. During that period the company built what was then the world’s largest liquid ammonia plant in the North West of Western Australia.
Mr Walewski’s deep involvement with both the urea and ammonia plants reflects his extensive experience in assisting overseas companies establishing business operations in Western Australia. Since 1999 he has assisted a range of companies in this area through Andreas Walewski Consulting, a business specialising in accounting, taxation and corporate advisory services.
Between 1985 and 1999, Mr Walewski was Chief Executive Officer for the Western Australian operations of solicitors Corrs Chambers Westgarth.
After graduating in Germany with a Masters of Business Administration and Chemical Engineering, Mr Walewski began his career as a specialist in planning and business control with international IT giant IBM. Upon relocation to Australia in 1985, Mr Walewski continued his studies, completing a Post-Graduate Diploma in Professional Accounting.
Prior to moving to Australia in 2000, Maegha held senior positions in the Comptroller and Auditor General of India. Her qualifications include a Bachelor of Science (India) and a Master of Science in Mathematics (India). While in Australia, Maegha has been involved in the various business investments relating to growth of the Perdaman Group.
Maegha brings to Perdaman Chemicals & Fertiliser the financial audit management and diversity in leadership of the Perdaman team.