NEW DELHI: Soon after the appointment of new CEO, Sujan Roy who was heading International Business for Tata Motors has quit the organisation, according to the ETAuto sources.
In a letter to the employees, Human resource manager of passenger vehicle informed that Sujan Roy has decided to pursue opportunities outside Tata Motors and he is being release from the services of the organisation.
In a social media post, Sujan Roy said, “After 10 years I bid farewell of Tata Motors my longest stint ever. Amazing opportunities to learn , contribute, push myslef to lead a talented team and always a role in moments of glory for the company. Thanks to.the PVIB team present and past who I have had the privilege to serve with. It is good fortune to have wise leaders and superiors.”
Consequent to Sujan’s exit, Avinash Rai, DGM – Lead Sales International Business Passenger vehicle will report to Rajan Amba, VP sales, marketing & customer care. All employees reporting to Avinash will continue reporting to him.
In his previous stint, Sujan has worked with OEMs like Honda, Volkswagen, M&M and Mercedes.
This is the fourth exit after top leaders like Guenter Butshek, Mayank Pareek and SN Burman has left the organisation.