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Butschek has the humongous task of steering Tata Motors through the current precarious situation

The managing director and CEO of Tata Motors is rallying the company virtually to pull through the demand contraction. He has been hampered because some of his earlier plans and initiatives have not materialised. Now his supply chain too is under pressure.
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Tata Motors managing director and CEO Guenter Butschek during Auto Expo 2020, on February 5, in Greater Noida. Getty Images
Tata Motors managing director and CEO Guenter Butschek during Auto Expo 2020, on February 5, in Greater Noida.
Where in the world is Guenter Butschek? The managing director and CEO of Tata Motors is in Austria actually, watching the despair of the Indian auto sector from afar. He has been working out of Austria since the last three months and was unable to return to the country before the global lockdown began and international flights were halted.
have planned for a cost-savings programme of INR1,500 crore and a cash-improvement programme of INR6,000 crore,” says Butschek. The road from here is a long and difficult one and Butschek will have to ensure that neither the employees nor his ecosystem falls behind. ( Graphics by Sadhana Saxena) ( Data support by Rochelle Britto)
Where in the world is Guenter Butschek? The managing director and CEO of Tata Motors is in Austria actually, watching the despair of the Indian auto sector from afar. He has been working out of Austria since the last three months and was unable to return to the country before the global lockdown began and international flights were halted. have planned for a cost-savings programme of INR1,500 crore and a cash-improvement programme of INR6,000 crore,” says Butschek. The road from here is a long and difficult one and Butschek will have to ensure that neither the employees nor his ecosystem falls behind. ( Graphics by Sadhana Saxena) ( Data support by Rochelle Britto)

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