In his previous roles, Chauhan worked in Hero, Escorts, Maruti Suzuki and Tata Motors
Naveen Chauhan has joined as Co-Founder and CEO at SPARECARE, a start-up aiming to transform the Automotive After-Sales Spare Parts Industry which struggles with inflated levels of Spare Parts Inventory, continual generation of Slow and Dead Stocks, Operational gaps and mismatches in stocks eating up to 50 percent of the spare parts margins.
SPARECARE was started in 2015 by a team of Ex-Maruti Professionals, Harish Kothari and Tarun Gandhi, and is currently collaborating with more than 1500 Workshops spread across the country for majority of leading brands in 4W, 2W, Commercials Vehicles, Construction Equipment and Tractors industry.
“Naveen comes with a huge experience in the Automotive Industry and his vast experience will help the company scale and expand its services at a rapid pace” said Tarun Gandhi, Co-founder SPARECARE.
Prior to this, Chauhan was associated with Hero MotoCorp for over 6 Years and was a member of the Leadership Team and Head of Sales and Aftersales. He graduated from IIT Bombay and has been with Escorts as Head of Parts Business, Maruti Suzuki redefining the Spare Parts Distribution in Automotive Spare Parts Industry and Tata Motors as Regional Manager - Parts before Hero in his career spanning over 27 years.
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