Close on the heels of the last-week disclosure by Chrysler and Fiat's CEO Sergio Marchionne that the early-April production schedule of the Dodge Dart has been delayed somewhat due to some "important issue" with an unspecified component, it has now been revealed by George Welitschinsky - the president of United Auto Workers Local 1268 - that finished Darts will begin rolling off the assembly line from May 3.
Issuing another warning call for the region’s administrative officials, leading automobile business executives claimed that the government should immediately find some quick solutions against the increasing debt catastrophe uncertainties.
However, all these official statements were made at the occasion of car show organized at Frankfurt, the largest city in the German state of Hesse and the fifth-largest in Germany.
Sergio Marchionne, CEO of both Chrysler and Fiat, made an announcement saying that Fiat will be digesting its non-automotive industrial business, as it gets the approval of the investors. Earlier, the shareholders approved on the plan of Fiat divesting the industrial and marine operations into Fiat Industrial.