Vimal Sumbly, Managing Director, Triumph Motorcycles
India has resigned from the company. Sumbly had been with the company for the
last five years since its inception.
Shoeb Farooq, Head Sales & Dealer Development has
been promoted to take on this role with immediate effect. Shoeb has been with
Triumph Motorcycles India since its inception five years back and has been
instrumental in expanding the business in India.
Marcelo Silva, Regional Director, Asia/Pacific -Sales
& Marketing, said, “We would like to thank Vimal for his valuable
contribution. Triumph, is the second largest premium motorcycle brand in the
country with over 5000 customers. We are confident that Shoeb, who has been
part of this journey in India over the last five years, is well-poised to
further strengthen the brand in India.”
Sumbly and his team were responsible for the growth of Triumph
Motorcycles in India. Several training
and adventure sessions were organised by the British motorcycle brand in India
and Sumbly was always there to encourage the participants in such sessions.
Under his leadership, the company sold more than 4000 motorcycles in India, a
majority of them being Tiger adventure motorcycles.
Before joining Triumph Motorcycle India, Sumbly worked at
Bajaj Auto for almost eight years.
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