Honda Motor Co., Ltd. has announced the new top management in Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. (HMSI).
Atsushi Ogata will be taking on new responsibility as the President, CEO & Managing Director of Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. He is also an Operating Executive at Honda Motor Co., Japan.
Ogata shall be the successor of Minoru Kato, who after spearheading Honda’s Indian two-wheeler operations for 3 years, returns to Japan with effect from 1st May 2020; elevated as the Operating Executive & Chief Officer Life creation operation, Honda Motor Co., Japan.
Entering its two decades of Indian operations, Honda 2Wheelers India has also further strengthened its Senior Leadership Team to strategically steward the brand towards market leadership in the disruptive future.
As part of this move, V Sridhar (earlier GVP & Director – Manufacturing, HMSI) is now further elevated as the Senior Director – Purchase, HMSI. Additionally, Yadvinder Singh Guleria and Vinay Dhingra are now elevated to the Board of Directors of Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd.
Yadvinder Singh Guleria as the new Director, HMSI now has greater responsibilities with additional charge of Customer Service, Logistics Planning & Control, Premium Motorcycle Business, Brand & Communication along with Sales & Marketing. Guleria was previously the Senior Vice – President Sales & Marketing, HMSI.
Similarly, Vinay Dhingra is also appointed as the new Director, HMSI with added responsibility of Strategic Information System (SIS) along with General & Corporate Affairs. A veteran at Honda, Mr. Dhingra was previously the Senior Vice-President, General & Corporate Affairs in the company.
Parallely, two Directors have retired after completing their respective tenures - Anupam Mohindroo (previously Director – Purchase, HMSI) and Harbhajan Singh (previously Director – General & Corporate Affairs, HMSI).
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