Mannheim

  • Mannheim, Mar 15, 2016 - This year the Daimler Mannheim site is celebrating one hundred years of vocational training. In the presence of Dr. Ulrike Freundlieb, Mayor for Education, Children, Youth and Health of the city of Mannheim, and numerous other guests from politics, education and business, Yaris Pürsün, Head of Global Powertrain Productions Daimler Trucks, Dr. Marcus Nicolai, Head of Production at Daimler Buses, and Joachim Horner, Chairman of the Works Council Mercedes-Benz Mannheim plant and EvoBus Mannheim of Daimler, looked back on a century of training at the plant during a ceremony held at the site.
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  • Affalterbach, Nov 18, 2015 - Due to strong demand for its high-performance automobiles, Mercedes-AMG is to start the assembly of its twelve-cylinder engines in a new location at Daimler’s site in Mannheim. The traditional AMG “one man, one engine” philosophy continues to hold true: Each powerful AMG engine will be built completely by hand by just one engine fitter. The employees who currently assemble the twelve-cylinder engines at the AMG headquarters in Affalterbach will be shifted to the eight-cylinder engines lines.
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  • Mannheim, Mar 18, 2011 - Quality without compromises is the key focus of the new engine manufacturing facility at the Mannheim production plant. For the production of the new OM 47x engine family, every detail of the manufacturing process has been optimised. The three areas of foundry, machining and assembly work perfectly together like the cogs of a well-oiled wheel. Their common goal: to build perfect-quality engines. To this end, several hundred million euros have been invested in a new manufacturing facility at the Mannheim plant.
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  • Mannheim, Mar 17, 2011 - Daimler Trucks is presenting an all-new generation of heavy-duty engines for the first time today at the Mercedes-Benz commercial vehicle engine plant in Mannheim. The unveiling of the new Mercedes-Benz engine family that goes by the name of “BlueEFFICIENCY Power” simultaneously marks the launch of series production of the new units.
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  • Mannheim, Jun 13, 2008 - The Mercedes-Benz Mannheim plant marked a milestone today when it produced the 7.5 millionth engine in its history. Hermann Doppler, head of worldwide truck engine production at Daimler AG, symbolically presented the milestone engine to Wolfgang Bork, managing director of Spedition BORK. The OM 501 series engine with BlueTec technology will be installed in a Mercedes-Benz Actros built in Wörth.
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