Dopo Amburgo e Milano, Mercedes-Benz ha inaugurato, nell’aeroporto di Tokyo Haneda, il terzo Mercedes me Store al mondo, il primo in Asia. Grazie all’interazione digitale ed alla possibilità di parlare con gli esperti della Stella, i clienti possono ricevere informazioni sul Marchio, i suoi servizi e la gamma di vetture. Nello Store è stato integrato un Collection Shop che, oltre ad esclusive collezioni moda e lifestyle, propone inediti accessori da viaggio. Un’area lounge ed un bistrot sono, infine, garanzia di un’esperienza a tutto tondo del Marchio. Daimler AG (ticker symbol DAI) continued along its profitable growth path and posted record levels of unit sales, revenue and earnings for the second quarter and the first half of 2015. With total sales of 714,800 passenger cars and commercial vehicles, the company sold 14% more vehicles in the months of April through June than in the second quarter of last year. Mercedes-Benz Cars had its best quarter so far for unit sales, with growth of 20% to 500,700 vehicles sold. Group revenue increased by 19% to €37.5 billion in the second quarter. Adjusted for the effects of exchange-rate changes, revenue growth amounted to 11%. Group EBIT increased by 20% to €3,718 million. Group EBIT from the ongoing business improved by a substantial 54% to €3,784 million while net profit rose by 8% to €2,372 million. Prior year’s second quarter’s net profit was positively affected from the remeasurement of the Tesla shares. Net profit attributable to the shareholders of Daimler AG amounted to €2,269 million (Q2 2014: €2,104 million) and earnings per share increased to €2.12 (Q2 2014: €1.97).