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Dilip Chenoy takes charge of SIAM, Rajat Nandi retires news
Our Corporate Bureau
21 April 2004

New Delhi: Dilip Chenoy has taken over as director general, Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM). Chenoy succeeds Rajat Nandi, who retired from the association.. Jagdish Khattar, managing director, Maruti Udyog Ltd and president SIAM, announced Chenoy's appointment. Chenoy, brings rich and varied experience to SIAM.

This appointment continues the tradition of cooperation between CII and SIAM and was arrived after discussion between the office bearers of these two bodies. Chenoy joined CII in 1985 and was a member of the CII senior management team. He was head of CII's Associations Council (ASCON) which comprising 129 industry specific associations affiliated to CII and 23 industry divisions and 14 national sectoral committees representing major segments of the Indian economy. His work included consensus building across industry sectors and promoting the growth and development of these sectors. He was also the spokesperson for CII.

Rajat Nandi, who retires on reaching 60, was also previously with CII, having joined the Association of Indian Automobile Manufacturers in 1995, and was subsequently associated with the formation of SIAM in 1998 and setting up its office in Delhi.

He was responsible for introducing a number of new initiatives in SIAM covering environment and safety. Nandi will serve as an adviser to SIAM for a brief period. The Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) which is the apex Industry body representing 35 leading vehicle and vehicular engine manufacturers in India, represents a sector which is a key growth engine of Industry and the economy..

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Dilip Chenoy takes charge of SIAM, Rajat Nandi retires