September 19, 2002


Senior management change at DaimlerChrysler announced

Windsor – DaimlerChrysler Canada announced yesterday the
appointment of a new vice president to its senior management team. Robert A.
(Bob) Clark has been named Vice President – Sales and Service replacing
Patrick W. Dougherty. Mr. Dougherty rejoins the U.S. organization in the new
position of Director – Commercial Vans Launch for DaimlerChrysler Corporation
following his significant contribution to DaimlerChrysler Canada and its
retailers.

“Bob Clark has gained extensive experience within the Sales organization
while demonstrating excellent leadership and people skills,” said Ed Brust,
Chairman, President and CEO, DaimlerChrysler Canada. “Bob will be a key member
of our senior management team as we continue to focus on exceeding the needs
our customers.”

In this position, Mr. Clark, 38, is responsible for sales development and
strategy, business management and dealer development, national service, fleet
sales and regional sales/service offices. Most recently, he served as Senior
Manager – National Fleet.

Mr. Clark has been with the company since 1987 and has held a series of
increasingly responsible positions within the Canadian Sales organization. He
holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Wilfred Laurier University.

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