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Hisao Masuda to head OMRON Healthcare India business

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OMRON Healthcare India, a player in the home health monitoring segment in the country has appointed of Hisao Masuda as the new MD of its India operations. Masuda succeeds Shinya Tomoda who completed his successful overseas term of three years in the Hisao-Masudaorganisation in March, 2015.

Masuda has been associated with Omron for last three years. Prior to coming to India, he was at Shanghai leading Omron Healthcare business’ growth and development for China region from 2012 to 2014.

Welcoming Masuda, Jose Maria Salazar, MD, Omron Healthcare Singapore said, “I am extremely positive that under Masuda’s leadership, Omron Healthcare India will continue to grow and will be able to live up to the stakeholders’ expectations.”

He brings with himself a vast managerial foundation from the health, pharma and chemical sectors. He has served as COO with LTT Bio-Pharma, Japan where he helmed the planning and execution of fund raising and M&A initiatives and was associated with JFE Shoji Trade Corporation (Japan) where he laid a strong standing ground for the organisation to grow in the South East Asian region.

Commenting on his appointment, Masuda said, “I am honoured to lead the healthcare business in India. I look forward to working closely with the Indian talent pool to contribute towards making Indian people enjoy a healthy and comfortable life through our wide range of healthcare products. As a team, we will also strive to live up to the expectations of all other stakeholders through the successful execution of our business operations.”

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