Tata AutoComp Systems (Tata AutoComp), promoted by the Tata Group, provides products and services to the Indian and Global automotive OEMs as well as Tier 1 suppliers. The company today announced that it has elevated Arvind Goel the chief operation officer (COO) and president to the post of managing director and CEO (Designate).
Arvind Goel, will succeed Ajay Tandon, who is the current MD and CEO of Tata AutoComp Systems when his tenure ends on September 5, 2018. The company states Goel has been has been instrumental in the growth of Tata AutoComp since he joined the company in 2008, he has played a key role in the three-new joint ventures that Tata AutoComp formed and the acquisition of TitanX in December 2016. Before joining Tata AutoComp, he has held leadership positions at Man Trucks, Force Motors and Bajaj.
Tata AutoComp has capabilities in the automotive interior and exterior plastics, composites, sheet metal stampings as well as engineering and supply chain. The company has seven joint ventures in partnership with leading companies from the global auto component Industry through which it manufactures and markets automotive components and systems like engine cooling solutions, automotive batteries, rear view mirrors, command systems, HVAC, exhaust and emission control systems, seating systems and electronic solutions for passenger and commercial vehicles as well as suspensions for heavy commercial vehicles. The company currently has 34 manufacturing facilities spread across the globe.