Arnab Banerjee Of CEAT Takes The Helm As Chairman Of ATMA

Mobility Outlook Bureau
29 Mar 2024
05:15 PM
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Founded in 1975, ATMA stands as a prominent industry body, advocating for the interests of India's INR 90,000 crore (US$11 billion) automotive tyre sector.

Arnab Banerjee Of CEAT Takes The Helm As Chairman Of ATMA mobility outlook

In a significant leadership transition within the Indian automotive tyre sector, Arnab Banerjee, the Managing Director and CEO of CEAT Ltd, has been elected as the new Chairman of the Automotive Tyre Manufacturers' Association (ATMA). This appointment marks a new chapter for ATMA, an influential body that plays a pivotal role in shaping the trajectory of India's automotive tyre industry.

Arnab Banerjee's journey in the tyre industry is one of dedication and ascension. Since joining CEAT in 2005 as Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Banerjee has climbed the ranks, holding the position of Chief Operating Officer since 2018 before assuming his current leadership role. His educational background is equally impressive, with stints at some of the world's most prestigious institutions, including Harvard Business School, IIM Kolkata, and IIT Kharagpur, complemented by an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) Certification.

ATMA represents eight major tyre companies, which include a blend of Indian and international players, accounting for over 90% of the country's tyre production. Members of ATMA encompass industry giants such as Apollo Tyres, Bridgestone India, CEAT, Continental India, Goodyear India, JK Tyre & Industries, MRF, and TVS Tyres, highlighting the association's significant influence in the sector.

Under Arnab Banerjee's leadership, ATMA is poised to continue its mission of advocating for the tyre industry's growth and sustainability. Banerjee's comprehensive experience and strategic acumen are expected to drive the association's initiatives, focusing on innovation, industry challenges, and global competitiveness. His leadership comes at a time when the automotive tyre industry faces rapid changes, driven by advancements in technology, environmental considerations, and evolving market dynamics.

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