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Dana Incorporated Announced Gajanan Gandhe's Appointment as Country Leader of Dana India

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CEO Insights team

CEO Insights team

The world leader in providing power-conveyance and energy-management solutions for vehicles and machinery, Dana Incorporated has announced its appointment of Gajanan Gandhe as Country Leader of Dana India. Dana Incorporated has been providing propulsion technologies in India for more than 50 years. In this role, Gajanan will work across Dana, including the company’s business units, functional teams, and joint-venture partners, to accelerate strategic and profitable growth. Included in his responsibilities is the implementation of the company’s e-Mobility strategy in this important geographic market. He will also be an active member on each of Dana’s India-based boards of directors.

“India is one of the world’s largest industrial markets, and

We are excited to welcome Mr. Gandhe to the Dana team as we continue to capitalize on this important growth sector



Mr. Gandhe brings proven leadership experience in the mobility industry in India, as well as globally,” says Antonio Valencia, Senior Vice President (Global Electrification, China & India), Dana. “In combination with our significant organic growth and the acquisitions of Brevini, TM4, SME, and Oerlikon Drive Systems, India is one of our largest regions. We are excited to welcome Mr. Gandhe to the Dana team as we continue to capitalize on this important growth sector,” he adds.

Gajanan brings to Dana significant leadership experience with global multinational mobility companies. He most recently served as executive director, India and vice president, South Asian/African operations for International Automotive Components. In addition, Gajanan has held leadership positions with Lear Corporation, Dow Automotive, and General Motors. Gajanan earned an MBA from Oakland University, a Master of Science degree in engineering mechanics from Virginia Tech, and a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. He also participated in Harvard Business School’s Advanced Management Program.