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2012-10-21 16:31

JOINING FORCES IN SA: Fiat and Chrysler will move to a new combined office in Midrand, managed by joint company CEO Trent Barcroft.

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MIDRAND - Following the announcement in July 2012 that current CEO/managing director of Chrysler South Africa, Trent Barcroft, will also become CEO of Fiat Group Automobiles, the two companies will be joining forces in a new office campus in Midrand with effect from November 1st 2012.

Fiat acquired a 58.5% share in Chrysler. 

A management executive of nine oversees the combined operations of the two separate business entities.

The new facility, situated at in Noordwyk, Midrand.

All sales and after-sales operations will be performed from this office and upon completion of the move nearly 100 staff members will fill the 2600m2 flagship location.  





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