Tadaomi Suzuki has been recently appointed as the new president of Suzuki Motor (Thailand) Co Ltd, according to a company announcement.
He replaces Minoru Amano, who has been running Suzuki Motor Thailand since 2019 with significant success and has been promoted to run the company’s Indonesian operations.
Suzuki, currently 60 years old, joined Suzuki Motor Corporation (Japan) in 1986 at the marketing unit, both for domestic and global markets, and was tasked to oversee the markets in China and Taiwan.
Suzuki further acquired numerous experiences in various roles across the organization for the past 37 years. For his latest appointment, Suzuki will be in charge of ensuring that company’s business and operations excel, as well as creating a strong network among Suzuki dealerships, including expanding the automotive market to cover the diverse lifestyles of Suzuki customers.
During the past five years, Amano was able to, under an extremely difficult situation in Thailand (due to the economic impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic) progressively advance the capacities of Suzuki dealerships and company’s employees. Through his strategies and understanding to provide outstanding and sincere services to customers, he was able to sustainably enhance Suzuki’s presales and after sales services, leading to continuous sales growth. This has proven to be the most vital foundation created for Suzuki Thailand.
Amano is scheduled to assume the position of President of PT Suzuki Indomobil Motor in Indonesia starting next year.