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Hyundai Motor India makes changes in senior management

15-January-2005
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Hyundai Motor India makes changes in senior management

Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL) has made some organizational changes at the senior management in keeping with its growth plans for the year. It has elevated two Deputy General Managers to take on additional responsibilities as Regional Heads. N Raja has been designated GM, Northern Region, and Manohar Bhat as GM, Western Region.

HMIL has also taken on board four senior executives to head important divisions in the company. B. Mani joins the Hyundai family as GM, Field Service, while Pradeep Saxena has come in as GM, Marketing (Advertising & Promotions). Ms Anita Sharma has been appointed as Deputy GM, Corporate Communications, while Saurabh Srivastava has joined as Senior Manager, Retail Finance.

HMIL is a wholly owned subsidiary of Hyundai Motor Company, South Korea, and is India's fastest growing car company. It has rolled out over 700,000 cars in just over 70 months that it has been operating in the Indian market. It is the largest exporter of passenger cars with exports totaling of over Rs 1,700 crore.

Hyundai is India's second largest car company after market leader Maruti Udyog Limited, and markets over 25 variants of passenger cars across six segments. Its models are the Santro in the B segment, Getz in the B+ segment, the Accent in the C segment, the Elantra in the D segment, the Sonata in the E segment and the Terracan in the SUV segment.

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