Eaton names President of Vehicle Group, Asia Pacific

  • 09-May-2014 09:18 EDT
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Krishnakumar “K.K.” Srinivasan

To be based in Shanghai, Krishnakumar “K.K.” Srinivasan was recently appointed by Eaton to the position of President, Vehicle Group, Asia Pacific, reporting to Ken Davis, President, Vehicle Group. Srinivasan most recently served as Managing Director in India for the Vehicle Group, where he was responsible for all truck, bus, and automotive operations. “As a key member of the leadership team, K.K. will be an integral part of driving the Vehicle Group's overall performance and helping us to achieve our growth strategy,” said Davis. “K.K.’s technical background combined with his focus on customers makes him the right person to lead our Asia Pacific team and ensure that financial, productivity, technology, and growth objectives are met in this vitally important region.” Prior to joining Eaton in 2009, Srinivasan was President of Endress + Hauser Flowtec India Pvt. Ltd., and Chief Operating Officer at INA Bearings India Pvt. Ltd. He earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the Pune College of Engineering in Maharashta, India, and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Pune in Maharashta, India.

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