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Bridgestone appoints Stefano Sanchini as head of India operations

Category : Appointment/Resignation
Published on: November 25 2022 Share on facebook

  • Japanese tyre maker Bridgestone has appointed Stefano Sanchini as the head of its India operations with effect from January 1 next year.
  • He will replace Parag Satpute, who will be heading to Amsterdam (the Netherlands) to assume a new global role in Bridgestone's Solutions Business.
  • Sanchini is currently VP Region Middle-East and Africa, (MEA)
  • Satpute assumed the role of Managing Director of Bridgestone India in November 2017, while Sanchini has been with the company since 2017 as Sales Director MEA. He was appointed as VP Region MEA in 2019.
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