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Overview of Chrysler International Manufacturing - 1998

In 1991, Chrysler vehicles were available in only 24 countries. Now, a full range can be found in more than 140 countries, even if only a few are sold. Generally, two brands are sold: Chrysler and Jeep. In some Middle Eastern countries, Dodge is still sold, as well. The range of cars matches that sold in the US, with few exceptions.

International operations are divided into three regions (Europe, Africa/Middle East/ South America, and Asia/Pacific).

International Manufacturing Operations

Chrysler Owned Sales and Support Offices


Chrysler International Services S.A. (Sydney, Australia)
Chrysler International Services S.A. (Tokyo, Japan)
Chrysler Japan Sales Ltd. (Tokyo, Japan)
National Parts Depot / Vehicle Prep Center (Tokyo, Japan)
Chrysler Korea Sales Ltd. (Seoul, Korea)
National Parts Depot and Vehicle Prep Center (Singapore)
Chrysler Taiwan Co., Ltd. (Taipei, Taiwan)
Chrysler International Services SA (Bangkok, Thailand)

Latin America/Middle East/Africa

Chrysler Argentina S.A. (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Chrysler do Brasil Ltda. (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
Chrysler International Services S.A. (San Juan, Puerto Rico)
Chrysler Chile Importadora Ltda. (Santiago, Chile)
Chrysler South Africa (Johannesburg, South Africa)
Chrysler Internat'l Svcs. S.A. (Dubai, United Arab Emirates)
Chrysler Egypt (Cairo, Egypt)
Chrysler Motors de Venezuela S.A. (Caracas, Venezuela)


Chrysler Europe S.A. (Brussels, Belgium)
Chrysler Austria Ges.m.b.H. (Vienna, Austria)
Chrysler France (Paris, France)
Chrysler Italia S.r.l. (Milan, Italy)
Chrysler Belgium/Luxembourg SPRL (Wauthier-Baine, Belgium)
Chrysler Deutschland GmbH (Kerpen, Germany)
Chrysler Nederland BV (Vianen, Netherlands)
Parts Distribution Center (Born, Netherlands)
Chrysler Engineering S.A. (Villeneuve, Switzerland)

Chrysler also extends into approximately 73 countries through 56 independent distributors.

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