By The Nation
Chanchai Trakarnudomsuk, president of Mazda Sales, said the Thai auto industry showed signs of recovery during the last fiscal year. “If we consider sales from April 2017 to March 2018, Mazda has moved ahead as planned, and we were able to achieve sales of 56,379 units, the highest in five years, with growth of 31 per cent. Meanwhile, Mazda’s market share has risen to 6.3 per cent, the highest since the company started doing business in Thailand."
Thai executives at Mazda were also being promoted to lead all departments, ranging from corporate planning, corporate operations, accounting and finance, sales, marketing, after sales, parts and logistics, the firm said.
New management at Mazda Sales includes president Chanchai Trakarnudomsuk, vice presidents Atsushi Yasumoto and Pascal Sreshthaputra, in charge of customer relations.
Thee Permpongpanth is running government and marketing, Dr Panat Boonkham, customer services, Sommai Sae Ung, national sales, and Suwanee Chutiratanaroaj, corporate operations.
Cheerapa Sepswasdi is the parts and logistics chief and Kenji Sato runs sales planning.