DICV CEO and MD Eric Nesselhauf Confirmed as a Speaker for HD Truck Pune
Published On Jun 07, 2016
Mr. Eric Nesselhauf, CEO and MD, Daimler India Commercial Vehicles (DICV), has been confirmed as one of the expert speakers at the upcoming HD Truck Pune event. The HD Truck event is being organized by Automative Megatrends and will start from November 29, 2016 at Pune. The conference is to bring together all market players, dealers and other industry experts to shed some light on what would be driving the Indian commercial market in the next decade.
Mr. Nesselhauf has been the Vice-President of Supply Chain Management system at DICV before holding the MD and CEO position. As a vice president he was responsible for overall supply chain, quality assurance, supplier procurement & management, and logistics as well. Under his vision, 85 percent localization was achieved for Daimler trucks in India (Daimler Truck’s subsidiary company in India is BharatBenz). As MD and CEO, he is responsible for management decisions, implementing global policies, performance tracking and emerging market sourcing as well.
At the HD Truck Pune event, he would be talking about various aspects of technological solutions and trends that would impact the Indian CV market. Apart from Mr. Nesselhauf, Mr. Abdul Majeed will also be making his presence at the event and will be holding the responsibilities of moderator. Mr. Majeed brings with himself over 17 years of experience in assurance and advisory roles.
Other people who would be sharing their thoughts at the event is Mr. A Ramasubramanian who is currently serving as President to AMW trucks and will join as speaker. Roland Berger, which is one of the top 5 strategy consulting companies across the globe will be the knowledge partner for HD Truck Pune. The event will bring most of the dealers, technology solution providers and OEMs under one roof to talk about the Indian CV industry’s future.
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