The Indian Chamber of Commerce in Korea (ICCK) has elected Anil Sinha, COO & vice president of TATA Daewoo Commercial Vehicle Ltd., as its new chairman.
Anil Sinha has taken over the chamber’s chairman post formerly held by Sachin Satpute, president of Novelis Asia, on March 3.
Anil Sinha, a graduate in Mechanical Engineering and PGDM, is working as Chief Operating Officer with TATA Daewoo Commercial Vehicles Ltd. (a 100% Subsidiary of TATA Motors Ltd., India) based at Gunsan, South Korea. His responsibilities include the Manufacturing, Purchasing, R&D and the Quality function for TDCV, besides spearheading strategies to steer company’s future in a positive direction and enhance customer experience.
Sinha’s 36 years of work experience includes working at Mitsubishi Motors Corporation Japan, while working with VE Commercial vehicles Ltd. and extensive work experience in a Multi-cultural and Multi Language work environment in North America, Europe and Latin America, while working with NHFI. Sinha is also a certified Six Sigma Champion from ASQ.
“The trade volume has increased almost by two times from $13.3 billion in 2010 to $23.6 billion in 2021. The relationship between both countries has become more solid covering not only economy and trade but also cultural exchanges. ICCK has been contributing to nurturing economic and trade relationship between South Korea and India and to helping investment and business activities of companies from both countries since the establishment in 2010. All these pivotal roles of ICCK were possible thanks to all members’ dedication and hard work,” Sinha said.
“Nowadays, companies face a lot of difficulties in damage from global supply chain and rise in commodity prices due to prolonged COVID-19. Despite these difficulties, both countries have demonstrated resilience and agile recovery
“I wish for the end to corona virus pandemic in this year although Omicron mutant virus is spreading as a crisis. I hope both countries thrive together for business activation by strengthening economic cooperation in the post COVID-19 era.
“Early this year, the Korean and India governments discussed ways to strength CEPA such as facilitating trade, expanding investment, and establishing a stable supply chain. Next year marks the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between India and South Korea.
“ICCK will support companies in both South Korea and India for more convenient ways, advisory, and shared experiences in business. ICCK will continue to take the lead in playing a pivotal role in strengthening South Korea and India relations,” he added.