Volvo Car India realigns management team to bolster fully electric goal by 2030

Volvo Car India is dedicated to achieving 50% of its sales through electric vehicles by 2025, with the ultimate goal of transitioning into a fully electric company by 2030.

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Volvo Car India realigns management team to bolster fully electric goal by 2030

Volvo Car India has undergone a strategic talent initiative with realignment of its Management Team and critical roles in the organisation structure over the past few months, as it moves towards its growth ambition of becoming fully electric by 2030 and a leader in the direct-to-consumer online sales.

“The Management Team restructure underscores Volvo Car India's commitment to
accelerating full electrification while maintaining excellence. It reflects our proactive stance in adapting to the evolving automotive landscape, ensuring innovation and connecting with the emerging younger customer base in the luxury e-mobility segment," said Jyoti Malhotra, Managing Director, Volvo Car India.

Aarti Mansukhani,Director People Experience said, “The strengthening of Volvo Car India’s leadership team and bringing together diverse talent showcases the company’s commitment towards providing trans functional excellence in customer experience at all levels and leveraging the team’s understanding of a new category of young and evolved customers who are keen to go in for luxury e-mobility."

"All our leadership team members at Volvo Car India drive Volvo EVs so as to gain firsthand experience of our customer aspirations when they opt for our EVs” Aarti added. 

Kalpit Shishodia, who previously successfully led the Customer Service function since 2017, has been promoted to the role of Director Commercial Operations, overseeing all revenue generating functions under sales and service to ensure profitable growth, including sales of new and used cars, parts, accessories and related value chain as well as the required tech support for all products.

Prashant Khanna, who has been with the organisation since 2018, has been elevated to the role of Director Business Transformation and Retail Development. In his new role, Prashant is responsible for leading the transformation of our retailers from the traditional business model to being profitable partners in our journey of becoming a fully-electric car company, at the same time minimising carbon footprint through the green-dealer initiative. Prashant also leads the implementation of all digital platforms required to support online-direct-to-consumer sales and the consumer relationship centre.

Jyotsana Singh Kaushik recently joined the organisation as Director of Marketing and PR, with a focus on driving strategic marketing initiatives to further strengthen Volvo Car India’s position as the preferred brand in sustainable e-luxury automobile domain. In her role, she is also responsible for driving CRM through customised luxury experiences as part of Volvo Car India’s Tre-Kronor customer loyalty program. Priyanka Khatri has been recently appointed as the Head of Legal and Compliance.

Nitin Agarwal, serving as the Chief Financial Officer, has been with the organisation since 2016. He plays a key role in the transformation journey by continuing to strengthen the financial position of the organization including the industrial footprint and capitalising on potential growth opportunities within the industry.

Aarti Mansukhani, Director People Experience, has been with the organization since 2019. In her role, Aarti is responsible for driving key people initiatives focusing on enhancing engagement, securing the required transformation competence and future-proofing the organisation with the right talent mix of “build vs buy”. 

Volvo Car India is dedicated to achieving 50% of its sales through electric vehicles by 2025, with the ultimate goal of transitioning into a fully electric company by 2030.

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