Dr. Tim Leverton to disengage from Tata Motors and relocate to UK for personal reasons
Tata Motors today announced that Dr. Timothy (Tim) Leverton, President and Chief Technical Officer has decided to disengage from his services in the organization as he wishes to relocate back to UK for personal reasons.
Dr. Leverton has been associated with Tata Motors since 2010 working out of the Tata Motors Engineering Research Centre in Pune.
Commenting in this regard, Guenter Butschek, CEO & MD, Tata Motors said, "It has been wonderful working with Tim during my tenure and it is indeed a loss that he has decided to leave and move back to UK for personal reasons. Tim has actively led the research and development initiatives of Tata Motors and we thank him for his invaluable contribution. We wish him the very best in his future endeavours."
Dr Tim Leverton will continue to remit his responsibilities till October 31, 2017. The successor to Dr Leverton will be announced in due course of time.
About Tata Motors
Tata Motors Limited, a USD 42 billion organisation, is a leading global automobile manufacturer of cars, utility vehicles, buses, trucks and defence vehicles. As India’s largest automobile company and part of the USD 100 billion Tata group, Tata Motors has operations in the UK, South Korea, Thailand, South Africa, and Indonesia through a strong global network of 76 subsidiary and associate companies, including Jaguar Land Rover in the UK and Tata Daewoo in South Korea. In India, Tata Motors has an industrial joint venture with Fiat. Engaged in engineering and automotive solutions, with a focus on future-readiness and a pipeline of tech-enabled products, Tata Motors is India’s market leader in commercial vehicles and among the top in passenger vehicles with 9 million vehicles on Indian roads. The company’s innovation efforts are focused on developing auto technologies that are sustainable as well as suited. With design and R&D centres located in India, the UK, Italy and Korea, Tata Motors strives to pioneer new products that fire the imagination of GenNext customers. Abroad, Tata cars, buses, and trucks are being marketed in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, South Asia, South East Asia, South America, Australia, CIS, and Russia.