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DaimlerChrysler announces restructuring

Posted on March 4, 2004

DaimlerChrysler Commercial Buses North America (DCCBNA), parent of DaimlerChrysler Commecial Buses North Carolina, Orion Bus Industries and Setra, has announced organizational changes for fiscal year 2004.

The company, which announced a 32% increase in both sales and revenue for fiscal year 2003, made the following changes:

Tony Domabyl, formerly president of DaimlerChrysler Commercial Buses N.C., is now executive vice president and chief operating officer of the whole group.

Patrick Scully, formerly president of Setra, is now executive vice president and chief commercial officer of the whole group.

Andy Strecker, chief operating officer of DCCBNA, explained the moves in a release. "When we brought our commercial bus activities together two years ago our objective was to combine three individual companies to deliver customers a wide-ranging product line and an enhanced sales and service network," he said.

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