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Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (MFTBC) is an integral part of the Daimler Group, working under the umbrella of Daimler Trucks Asia (DTA). Together with Daimler India Commercial Vehicles (DICV), DTA has a diverse workforce of over 15,000 employees across Japan, India, Portugal, the USA, and other strategic locations. At DTA, we are excited about the direction we are leading the Commercial Vehicle Industry from pioneering innovation of electrification, connectivity, and digitization; to the way in which we embrace work-life balance, and support diverse career opportunities.
We are looking for young dynamic talent, eager learners, and accomplished professionals like yourself, to help fuel our growth-together!
Having worked in Germany for a number of years, it just feels comfortable here. I can make the most of my previous work experience and language proficiency.
It’s important to provide the big picture and have a mission. Once that’s done, I believe in leaving room for the teams to make decisions and push projects within that framework.
I’ve always been fascinated by art, engineering and innovation. It took me a while before I discovered that all of these can be combined once you are a designer.
My love of automobiles began at an early age growing up in Chennai, in southern India. I used to travel by public bus to and from university while studying to be a mechanical engineer. I was endlessly fascinated by the sounds, the vibration and the skill and focus of the driver.
The diversity of people here is just amazing. I find myself exposed to new ideas and perspectives every day.
For me, teamwork and communication go hand-in-hand. You’ll never be able to get your ideas across if you don’t communicate, nor will you be able to hear what others wants to say.
This is already my third year at Fuso, and while I might not technically be a rookie anymore, I still feel like one. I would say I’m something like an apprentice. I feel like there’s so much more to absorb.
You quickly understand you’re not designing for yourself, but rather for the company, whose values must be instilled into every design. In the end, it’s ultimately the customer that needs to be expressed in the products we create.