News: thyssenkrupp appoints new India CEO

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thyssenkrupp appoints new India CEO

Manish Mehan is an industry veteran and he has managed three critical business verticals i.e. Sales & Marketing, Installation, Service & Maintenance for India and Bangladesh OUs.
thyssenkrupp appoints new India CEO

thyssenkrupp has appointed Manish Mehan as the new CEO of thyssenkrupp Elevators (India) with effect from 1st April 2019. 

Manish was earlier the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in thyssenkrupp Elevator (India), leading the finance and related functions for the Indian and Bangladesh Operating Units (OU) for the last twelve years. Additionally, he was also appointed as the Director of Operations to lead the OI-wide field operations including elevate India Project Management Office. 

Manish Mehan is an industry veteran and he has managed three critical business verticals i.e. Sales & Marketing, Installation, Service & Maintenance for India and Bangladesh OUs.  

In his new role, he will drive all strategic, operational and financial goals for OU India with paramount focus on sales and productivity growth, organization streamlining, talent development as well as overall safety and quality improvements.

Commenting on the appointment, Ravi Kirpalani, CEO, thyssenkrupp India said, “I am confident Manish will be an asset to the company. His vast experience and leadership skills will further enhance the performance of the organization and develop it into the most preferred and customer-centric elevator company in India.”

Manish Mehan added, “I am elated on taking up this role and thankful to the global leadership team for providing me this opportunity. thyssenkrupp Elevator is one of the key players in the elevator industry, contributing to the sustainable and efficient urbanized growth in India.  With strong talent expertise and global experience, my focus would be to further accelerate the growth and deliver best results aligned with company’s vision.”

Manish is a Chartered Accountant with a bachelor degree in commerce from the Delhi University. 

Topics: Appointments, C-Suite

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