SAO PAULO -- Ben van Schaik, 57, president of DaimlerChrysler do Brasil, adds the responsibilities of sales director to his duties with the retirement of Roberto Bogus for personal reasons. Van Schaik is expected to deal with contractors with large fleet owners, set up strategies and delegate field work to an associate sales director. DC has factories in Sao Paulo and Minas Gerais. The car maker ended 2001 with a 31.4% market share, down from its 37% market share in 2000 in the truck ...
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