Pavel Richter will be assuming
the role of Production Technical Director of the Skoda led INDIA 2.0 project of
the Volkswagen Group. The 46-year-old will be responsible for the production of
all the models at the plant in Pune. The personnel restructuring is part of the
‘INDIA 2.0’ project. Under Gurpratap Boparai’s leadership, Skoda is responsible
for the Volkswagen Group’s model campaign on the Indian market.
responsibilities at the management level is an important step in implementing
the ‘INDIA 2.0’ project. With the appointment of Pavel Richter to the position
of Production Technical Director, Skoda has now filled one of the key positions
at an early stage.
Dr. Andreas Lauermann,
Managing Director and President of Volkswagen India Private Ltd. says: “I am
delighted to welcome Pavel Richter to our team in Pune. With his experience, he
will play a crucial role in achieving our common goal of further strengthening
the Volkswagen Group’s position in the strategically important Indian market.”
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