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Rohit Prakash to head Varroc’s metallic business

By Niranjan Mudholkar,

Added 21 May 2020

Joins as President and Whole-time Director will report to Tarang Jain, MD – Varroc

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Rohit has joined Varroc from Sogefi Engine Systems India Pvt Limited. Previously, he has worked with companies like NTTF Industries Ltd and FIEM industries.

Varroc Engineering Ltd has appointed Rohit Prakash as President - Metallic Business and Business Development for a major two-wheeler OEM. He will be reporting to Tarang Jain, MD - Varroc. Rohit has also been appointed the Additional/Whole-time Director of the Company.

Rohit Prakash has over 30 years of experience with major four & two-wheeler manufacturers in the country and carries extensive experience in planning & executing projects for new plant set ups and developing new business opportunities. His expertise lies in business turnarounds, strategic management, M&A, and operations excellence. His analytical ability coupled with hands- on approach and excellent management skills will drive sustainable and profitable relationships with all Varroc stakeholders.

Rohit has joined Varroc from Sogefi Engine Systems India Pvt Limited. Previously, he has worked with companies like NTTF Industries Ltd and FIEM industries.

Varroc’s Metallic business consists of transmission and engine valve divisions. The transmission division supplies forged, precision, and machined parts for engine and transmission from its four manufacturing plants and an engineering centre in India as well as two manufacturing facilities in Italy. The engine valve division supplies intake and exhaust valves for both automotive and non-automotive applications, especially titanium and sodium-filled valves for high-performance engines. The division has two manufacturing facilities and a state-of-the-art engineering centre in India, exporting nearly half of the production to countries in U.S., Europe and Asia.

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