Siemens Mobility Turkey names Ali Tatar as Chief Executive Officer, effective January 

Siemens Mobility Turkey names Ali Tatar as Chief Executive Officer, effective January 1 

Ali Tatar will assume the role of Chief Executive Officer of Siemens Mobility in Turkey on January 1, 2022. He replaces Rasim Cüneyt Genç, who will leave the company with mutual consent at the end of 2021.


“I welcome Ali Tatar to Siemens Mobility’s Middle East and Africa leadership team and wish him the best of success. Ali has vast international experience in a variety of transportation projects across the world, and I’m confident he will serve our customers well in Turkey,” said Léon Soulier, CEO of Siemens Mobility Middle East and Africa. “Turkey is and will continue to be an important country for Siemens Mobility. With a great team, impressive reference projects and new leadership, I look forward to continued success for Siemens Mobility Turkey.”


Tatar said: “Siemens Mobility Turkey has many success stories in its history and consists of a very strong and experienced team. I am more than convinced that Siemens Mobility in Turkey will continue to play a substantial role in the industry and expand its business with the presence of the strong team and trust of our valuable customers and stakeholders.”


Tatar joined Siemens in 2007 as a bid director for rail projects in Germany, Turkey, Russia, Qatar, India and Saudi Arabia. He was technical director for the first railway project in Qatar (Education City People Mover system) and was part of the management team for the Riyadh Metro project, among others. He has extensive experience with implementing large scale transportation and railway projects in a national and international environment. Prior to Siemens, Ali Tatar worked at Deutsche Bahn and started his career at DE-Consult. He holds degrees in civil engineering from Technische Universität Berlin and Technische Fachhochschule Berlin.