Sunil Puri appointed Managing Director of CASE Construction Equipment, India, Auto News, ET Auto
New Delhi:CASE Construction Equipment India Ltd, a brand of CNH Industrial, has appointed Sunil Puri as Managing Director for India. He will be responsible for leading operations and expanding the brand’s presence in the region, the company said in a press release.
Having held various positions in the construction equipment industry, Puri brings a wealth of knowledge and market understanding to his three-decade career. He has led teams in his multiple roles at some of the best known brands including Ingersoll Rand (I) Ltd, Elgi Equipment, Revathi Equipment and Sandvik. He joins CASE India from Bridgestone India, according to the statement.
Fabrizio Cepollina, Vice President, Industrial Construction Segment Africa, Middle East and Asia-Pacific, CNH Industrial, said: “With 180 years of expertise, CASE is a renowned and trusted brand that offers a range range of construction equipment in the world. Our goal is to offer quality innovative products and strong after-sales service to ensure the best customer experience worldwide. It is a pleasure for me to welcome Sunil to the Indian team and I am confident that he will contribute to the development of the CASE brand and business growth in the region”.
“It is a privilege to be part of CASE Construction Equipment, a global heavyweight in the construction equipment industry. I look forward to partnering with new colleagues from CASE India and working to multiply the growth of the business, strengthen the brand reach and expand the footprint to meet the needs of customers across the country. said Puri.
Mr. Puri holds a B. Tech from Birla Institute of Technology, MESRA, Ranchi, Jharkhand.
CASE offers a full line of construction equipment in the country and is a leader in the vibratory compactor segment. The company manufactures made-in-India products from its state-of-the-art manufacturing plant in Pithampur, Madhya Pradesh for the domestic market as well as more than 75 export markets, the statement added.
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