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Carrier Aircon chief Neville Moos resigns

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Carrier Aircon chief Neville Moos resigns

Neville Moos, Chairman and Managing Director, Carrier Aircon Ltd (CAL), resigned last evening from the company. CAL is the Indian subsidiary of the US-based air-conditioning major.

Confirming the development, a senior official said, on condition of anonymity, that though the decision was in the “pipeline for a week”, the company officially announced it late on Monday. A replacement for Moos will be announced on July 26, though it is not yet known whether the next CMD would be an expat or Indian.

Moos, who joined CAL in July 2002 as MD, replaced Ramesh Sarin as chairman in April last year. He had earlier served as chairman and managing director of Goodyear Tyre and Rubber Company’s South Asian operations. He holds an MBA from Datmouth’s Amos Tuck School in the US and a bachelor’s degree in finance from Sydenham College, Mumbai.


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