Mitsubishi Motors Thailand announces the appointment of Executive Vice President of Domestic Sales Unit and After Sales Unit

Automotive Press Releases Wednesday October 4, 2017 17:40
Bangkok--4 Oct--Mitsubishi Motors

Mitsubishi Motors (Thailand) Co., Ltd., appoints Mr. Egathi Rattana-Aree as the new Executive Vice President of Domestic Sales Unit and After Sales Unit to leverage its competitiveness in market to better address customer's demand with the commitment to drive the company forwards to profitable and sustainable growth.

Mr. Egathi has more than 14 years of experience in automobile industry. His proficiency and skills to lead driving large organization has been proven by serving Mitsubishi Motors Thailand in various senior leadership positions. In 2003, he was appointed as Corporate General Manager of Office of Corporate Controlling, then was promoted as Vice President of Finance and Accounting in 2007. Mr. Egathi also assumed additional responsibilities of Domestic Operation Improvement (DOI) and Network Development in 2015. He was promoted as Executive Vice President of Operational Innovation Unit in 2016 by having Human Resources Management as another assignment. Now, Mr. Egathi is the new Executive Vice President of Domestic Sales Unit and After Sales Unit. He is the first Thai senior management appointed to this role which is effective on 1st October 2017.

After all this time, with his dedication and proficiency, Mr. Egathi has proven his commitment in transforming the company into a firm and fast growing organization. The efforts significantly contributed to Mitsubishi Motors Thailand in becoming one of the world's biggest automotive exporters, and one of the main players in Thai domestic market.

On this occasion, Mitsubishi Motors Thailand would like to express gratitude towards Mr. Koji Nakahara, the former Executive Vice President of Domestic Sales Unit, for his relentless dedication in bringing the company achievements and milestones. Mr. Nakahara completed his term on 30th September 2017, and has returned to Japan.

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