MUMBAI: Tata Motors has announced that India's former ambassador to the US Ranendra Sen has stepped down from the company's board as non-executive director.
Meanwhile, the auto major has unveiled a new version of its mid-size sedan Manza. It also stated that it will raise its sales and services networks by 200 by the end of the ongoing financial year.
This addition will raise the count of sales outlets to 1,200 and service centres to 1,000, said Tata Motors' newly-appointed Managing Director Karl Slym.
Slym added, “We will see some rise in sales in the season but not as much as last year.”