Dr. Tim Leverton, President
and Chief Technical Officer has decided to leave the company and relocate to UK
for personal reasons. Tata Motors announced on September 4, 2017 that Dr.
Timothy (Tim) Leverton has decided to disengage from his services in the organisation
as he wishes to relocate back to UK for personal reasons.
Dr. Leverton has been
associated with Tata Motors since 2010 working out of the Tata Motors
Engineering Research Centre in Pune. Commenting in this regard, Guenter
Butschek, CEO & MD, Tata Motors said, "It has been wonderful working
with Tim during my tenure and it is indeed a loss that he has decided to leave
and move back to UK for personal reasons. Tim has actively led the research and
development initiatives of Tata Motors and we thank him for his invaluable
contribution. We wish him the very best in his future endeavours."
Dr Tim Leverton will continue
to remit his responsibilities till October 31, 2017. The successor to Dr
Leverton will be announced in due course of time, the company informed.
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