It has been reliably learnt that Toyota senior official Sandeep
Singh has quit the company after seven years of service. He had joined the
Japanese company in 2008 and was posted in India till recently as Deputy
Managing Director of Toyota Kirloskar Motor Pvt Ltd. He was later shifted to
Toyota’s Asia Pacific office in Thailand. Toyota has yet to confirm the news officially.
Singh had earlier worked as Executive Vice President in
India’s leading construction equipment company JCB India, a subsidiary of JCB
of England. He had worked in JCB from 2003 to 2008. Singh is expected to take
up an assignment with an Indian company.
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