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Maruti Suzuki exports one-millionth vehicle

[Johannesburg, 11 May 2012] - Maruti Suzuki, a leading contender in the increasingly competitive and rapidly growing Indian motor industry, has every reason to celebrate. The company exported its one-millionth vehicle in April.

The bright red Suzuki A-Star (known as the Alto in other markets, including South Africa) left the Maruti Suzuki factory by ship, and is destined for a customer in Denmark. The A-Star is Maruti's fastest-selling export product, with 300 000 units exported in just 38 months.

While Maruti Suzuki exports cars to some 125 countries around the world, the focus of its export operations has shifted during the past 18 months. While European markets used to account for up to 75% of the company's exports, non-EU markets now make up 66% of export volumes.
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Last updated : 11 May 2012

 
 

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