News: Tata Motors ropes in Mayank Pareek

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Tata Motors ropes in Mayank Pareek

Tata Motors on Monday said it has appointed Mayank Pareek, Maruti Suzuki's chief operating officer as its head of passenger cars business. Pareek will join on October 1 and will take over from Ranjit Yadav who will now head overseas sales for passenger and commercial vehicles at India's biggest auto maker by sales. Pareek has been designated as president, passenger vehicle business unit. Pareek will also be a member of the Corporate Steering Committee. "His extensive experience in the passenger car market will play a significant role in harnessing Tata Motors growth potential to help position the company as one of the leading passenger car manufacturers in India," Tata Motors in a statement said.

Tata Motors on Monday said it has appointed Mayank Pareek, Maruti Suzuki's chief operating officer as its head of passenger cars business. Pareek will join on October 1 and will take over from Ranjit Yadav who will now head overseas sales for passenger and commercial vehicles at India's biggest auto maker by sales. Pareek has been designated as president, passenger vehicle business unit. Pareek will also be a member of the Corporate Steering Committee. "His extensive experience in the passenger car market will play a significant role in harnessing Tata Motors growth potential to help position the company as one of the leading passenger car manufacturers in India," Tata Motors in a statement said.

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