Campaign India Team
Apr 08, 2019

CEAT appoints Amit Tolani as its marketing head

A company veteran, he has an experience in multiple functions from strategy and supply chain to after market sales

CEAT appoints Amit Tolani as its marketing head
Indian tyre manufacturer, CEAT has appointed Amit Tolani as vice president – marketing. Tolani will be based out of CEAT’s headquarters in Mumbai and will be responsible for spearheading the marketing initiatives of the company. 
 
Tolani has been with CEAT for over 13 years and has experience in domains like, after market sales, supply chain, strategy and strategic OEM partnerships. Before this current role, Tolani led CEAT’s OEM business, which included sales and business development. He also has experience in the field of international business and has managed CEAT businesses across Americas, Europe, Africa, Middle East and SE Asia.
 
Arnab Banerjee, COO, CEAT, said, “We are delighted to have Mr Tolani as the newest member to spearhead our marketing organisation. He has played a significant role in CEAT’s growth journey. I am confident that his rich experience across various business verticals will prove to be an asset in achieving the vision of our company.”
 
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