Toyota Kirloskar engine reconfiguration management structure
Toyota Kirloskar Motor has made major changes to its high-level management structure and all new managers will take over their respective responsibilities from January 1, 2022.
Toyota Kirloskar Motor has made major changes to its management structure.
Toyota Kirloskar Motor has reorganized its management structure by making key organizational changes to its top management. To start, the automaker appointed Raju B. Ketkale as executive vice president of manufacturing, while Yoshinori Noritake was named executive vice president and technical director (CTO). In the Sales and Marketing department, Tadashi Asazuma has been appointed Executive Vice President, Sales and Customer Services. Swapnesh R. Maru is the new Executive Vice President, Finance and Administration, while Vikram Gulati has been appointed Executive Vice President, Corporate Affairs and Governance. Finally, Sudeep S. Dalvi has been appointed Senior Vice President & Chief Communication Officer. All newly appointed officials will take over their respective responsibilities from January 1, 2022.
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Commenting on the announcement, Masakazu Yoshimura, Managing Director of Toyota Kirloskar Motor, said: “At TKM, we are pleased to announce the realignment of our management team, aimed at strengthening the organization while streamlining the management structure based. on responsibility, complexity and the future. preperation. As a people-centric organization, TKM has always focused on recognizing talented people who demonstrate competence while ensuring flexibility in assignment to further improve competitiveness. This announcement not only recognizes the truly important contributions of senior leaders, but also allows us to bring diversity to the leadership team, to nurture the “One Team Asia” spirit. I am delighted to see this new team in action and have confidence that they will continue TKM’s steady growth in the industry. “
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Mahesh N Salkar, the current executive vice president of the company, will retire on December 31, 2021 after spending 23 years with the company. He joined TKM on September 21, 1998. Since 2015, he has held a management position at Toyota Motor Asia Pacific, Singapore and Toyota Daihatsu Engineering & Manufacturing, Thailand. Assigning new roles to officials, the company said key resources had been aligned and assigned responsibilities in a way that fostered synergy and efficiency across the organization.
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