Maruti eyes 100 pc growth in exports in FY'10
New Delhi, Feb 8: India's largest carmaker, Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) plans to double its exports this fiscal to 1.6 lakh units.
MSI Executive Officer Marketing and Sales Mayank Pareekh said, "Last fiscal we exported 80,000 units. We are expecting 100 per cent growth in export this fiscal."
The company's overseas sales growth was driven mainly by the export of its flagship model A-Star, which clocked sales of over 1 lakh units till Dec 2010, within 11 months of launch.
MSI aims to cross the two lakh units of exports by 2010-11.
Pareekh said, "So far on an average we have been growing at about 20-22 per cent this fiscal and we expect this to continue and overall for the entire fiscal we expect this level of growth."