07 December 2022, New Delhi: CNH Industrial India announces that Narinder Mittal has been appointed as the Country Manager & Managing Director of CNH Industrial (India) Private Limited and will lead its Indian and SAARC’s Agriculture business. The appointment is effective January 1, 2023.
Narinder succeeds Raunak Varma, who has been with CNH Industrial for over two decades. Raunak has successfully led the Indian market for the last five years. He joins the global Construction Business Unit, and will work directly with Stefano Pampalone, President Construction CNH Industrial, focusing on Special Projects.
Narinder Mittal, an alumnus of Columbia Business School, New York and an Engineering graduate from NIT Calicut, has vast experience in roles of increasing importance, most recently as Vice President of Industrial Operations, APAC. Narinder joined the company in 2016 as Executive Director of India Manufacturing Operations, and was promoted to Vice President of AMEA (Asia, Middle East and Africa) with responsibility for Manufacturing Operations in China, India, Russia, Turkey, ANZ and Uzbekistan in 2020.
Prior to joining CNH Industrial, Narinder was President and Corporate Head of Operations at Sonalika International Tractors Limited. Narinder has extensive industrial experience, having held managerial and operational leadership roles in companies including Claas, Federal-Mogul and many automotive companies throughout the country.
“India is a truly dynamic market with immense potential. It plays a vital role in the growth of the APAC region. CNH Industrial is focused on new trends and technologies to drive agricultural productivity and efficiency and Narinder, with his leadership and drive, is best placed to leverage new growth opportunities and strengthen our position in India,” said Chun Woytera, President APAC, CNH Industrial. “I want to thank Raunak Varma for his five years’ of service where he worked tirelessly to ensure success for our Company in the market.”
CNH Industrial India serves the country through its Case IH, New Holland Agriculture and CASE Construction Equipment brands, delivering on the promise to provide world class products of engineering excellence, with ‘Made in India’ manufacturing operations for over 25 years. In 2018, the company launched its own financing arm CNH Industrial Capital to support the business.
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