Bipul Chandra new MD of Ducati India

Being an industry veteran, Chandra has excellent analytical skills, system & process orientation, strong inter-personal skills and ability to work in a multicultural & geographical environment.

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Ducati IndiaLuxury motorcycle brand Ducati announced a change in its management set up. With Sergi Canovas moving to an international role, Ducati Motor Holding appointed Bipul Chandra as the new Managing Director its India operations.

In his earlier role, Chandra was Ducati India’s Sales Director, and has now assumed the position of Managing Director for the company. Chandra will be responsible for spearheading Ducati’s business growth and network expansion in the country.

Bipul Chandra, Managing Director of Ducati India said, “It’s an honor to be associated with a leading global superbike manufacturer. It was an absolute pleasure working with the India team and I look forward to newer challenges in my role as the Managing Director for Ducati in India.”

With more than two decades of experience in the automotive industry, Chandra has played an instrumental role in steering the growth and expansion of brands such as Ashok Leyland, Tata Motors and Bajaj Auto.

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