India’s Managing Director, Anoop Prakash has reportedly moved on from his
position which has now left the company’s Indian subsidiary without a leader.
has led the company’s entry into India and has served as the MD of
Harley-Davidson India for six years. Sources confirm that Prakash has been
assigned as the Managing Director for Harley Davidson Canada.
hasn’t yet confirmed Prakash’s successor and in his absence, Rajiv Vohra,
Market Operations Manager, Harley-Davidson India has been appointed as the
interim MD for the company.
news, Harley Davidson has also recalled 3,698 units of the Street 750
motorcycle in India. The recall was made for safety concerns when the company
noticed poor quality seals on the fuel pump in-let of the XG750 model
motorcycles. The company is currently working on
notifying their respective dealers to notify their customers who need to bring
in their vehicles to their closest service workshops for inspection.
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