Neil Winton / Autosinsider
GENEVA, Switzerland -- Chrysler LLC said it plans to double international sales to 400,000 a year by 2012 from 2007's level.
James Press, Chrysler Vice Chairman and President, made the forecast at a news conference at the Geneva Car Show.
Mark Manley, executive vice-president international sales, said the company was carrying forward the sales momentum it generated last year, when international sales rose 15 percent. In the first 2 months of 2008, sales rose 10 percent.
Press said Chrysler was in the process of regionalizing international sales responsibilities, and some European functions would be moved to Stuttgart, Germany from Detroit. Press gave no details.