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DMICDC Logistics Data Services appoints new CEO

By Niranjan Mudholkar,

Added 21 August 2019

NEC’s Ichiro Oshima takes charge with effect from April 2019.

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Prior to this new appointment, Oshima was Director of DLDS, while concurrently serving as Associate Vice President, NEC Technologies India. He will continue in his current role at NECTI after this new appointment at DLDS

NEC Technologies India (NECTI) announced that DMICDC Logistics Data Services Limited (DLDS), a joint venture between Government of India represented by National Industrial Corridor Development and Implementation Trust (NICDIT) and NEC Corporation, has appointed Ichiro Oshima as the new CEO with effect from April 2019.
Prior to this new appointment, Oshima was Director of DLDS, while concurrently serving as Associate Vice President, NEC Technologies India. He will continue in his current role at NECTI after this new appointment at DLDS.
Oshima has been associated with NEC for nearly 30 years and brings with him a rich experience in Enterprise ICT solution business, where he strategized and marketed innovative solutions in Japan and around the world.
Alkesh Kumar Sharma IAS, CEO & MD of Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation said, “Mr. Oshima is an accomplished leader and will further expand DLDS’ business operations. Under his strong leadership DLDS will not only flourish but will strengthen Indo-Japan relationship together with NEC Corporation.”
“It is my honor and privilege to have been offered the opportunity to lead DLDS into its next phase of success. Since its inception in 2016, DLDS has revolutionized the country’s logistics network through the provision of accurate, real-time container tracking services. I will build on DLDS’ current success and ensure we continue to innovate and deliver the very best service to our customers,” said Oshima.
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