International Motorcycle Manufacturers Association (IMMA) appoints Stephan Schaller as new President.

Posted on 20. May, 2016 by in BMW Canada

Denpasar/Munich. The International Motorcycle
Manufacturers Association, IMMA, has inaugurated Mr Stephan Schaller as
a new President on May 18 2016. The preference was taken by IMMA’s
General Assembly hosted by a Federation of Asian Motorcycle
Industries (FAMI) and a Indonesian Motorcycle Industry Association
(AISI) in Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia.

Mr Schaller, President of BMW Motorrad, who now serves
as President of a European Association of Motorcycle Manufacturers
(ACEM), will reason a IMMA Presidency for a duration of dual years, from
May 2016 to May 2018.
He succeeds Mr Paul Jones from a United
States Motorcycle Manufacturers Association (USMMA), who cumulative the
IMMA Presidency from May 2014 to May 2016.

Mr Stephan Schaller has some-more than 30 years of knowledge in the
automotive sector. Since 2012, he is a President of BMW Motorrad,
a motorcycle multiplication of BMW Group, and serves as ACEM President
given 2013. He was also Vice-president of IMMA between May 2015 and
May 2016.

Upon usurpation a appointment Mr Schaller said: “It is a privilege
and an honour to take over a IMMA Presidency. On interest of all
members, we appreciate Paul Jones for his care as President over the
final dual years. During my mandate, we will continue strengthening
IMMA’s purpose as a devoted tellurian voice of motorcycle manufacturers.”

About a International Motorcycle Manufacturers Association (IMMA).

IMMA represents a total skills and interests of
a powered two- and three-wheelers prolongation attention during the
tellurian level. IMMA members embody informal and inhabitant industry
associations representing a attention in Australia, Canada, Europe,
India, Japan, South-East Asia and a United States.


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