Tata Motors MD, P.M. Telang ends his innings at the company
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The Managing Director, Indian Operations, Tata Motors, P.M. Telang retired from the company on June 21, 2012. This development comes after the distinguished industry leader completed the period of superannuation and gave up his seat on the company’s Board of Directors.
Tata Motors, the largest automobile company of South Asia, recruited two new Executive Directors, Ravindra Pisharody and Satish Borwankar. Pisharody was the President of Commercial Vehicles Business Unit of Tata Motors and has now been appointed as Executive Director (Commercial Vehicles). He is an alumnus of IIT Kharagpur as well as IIM Calcutta and has served with the company since 2007. Pisharody holds a vast experience of 30 years in sales, marketing and business development.
On the other hand, Borwankar was Senior Vice-President, Manufacturing Operations, Commercial Vehicles Business Unit at the company. Now he will pick up the mantle of Executive Director, Quality, Vendor Development & Strategic Sourcing, Tata Motors. He has studied at IIT Kanpur and has been working at the company since 1974. During his tenure at Tata Motors, Borwankar has held various key positions in the manufacturing and quality functions.
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