Trucks you can trust

  • Stuttgart, Apr 15, 2011 - Disguised test versions are still absolving their final practical trials, but they will already be going on sale in the second half of 2011: the new long-distance trucks are set to continue and build on the success of the bestselling Mercedes-Benz Actros. Transport operators and drivers can look forward to more profitability, more dynamism and more comfort from these new trucks.
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  • Stuttgart, Apr 30, 2010 - The European Union was still called the European Economic Community (EEC), Europe's best-known politicians were Konrad Adenauer, Charles de Gaulle and Nikita Khrushchev. On the cusp of the 1960s, the economy in western Europe at least had overcome the aftermath of the Second World War and many countries were beginning to flourish once again. Western Europe was growing closer, with previously bitter enemies becoming partners or even friends. A solid border divided western and eastern Europe into two blocs.
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  • Chur, Switzerland, Apr 27, 2010 - “In ten years time, commercial vehicles will consume 20 percent less fuel and reduce CO2 emissions by the same amount,” said Andreas Renschler, the Board of Management Member responsible for Daimler Trucks and Daimler Buses, about his vision during a comparative truck drive across the San Bernardino Pass in Switzerland. In his statement, Renschler set the bar pretty high for the engineers of the Stuttgart-based commercial vehicle manufacturer.
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  • Munich / Stuttgart, Apr 13, 2010 - ″Trucks you can trust″ is the slogan for the more than 1000 square metre large Mercedes-Benz stand in Hall B4 at the 2010 Bauma fair in Munich (from 19 to 25 April 2010). This slogan refers both to the familiarly reliable, economical and durable technology of Mercedes-Benz, and to the comprehensive care of customers in all aspects related to trucks.
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  • Stuttgart, Nov 10, 2008 - Mercedes-Benz Trucks is headed toward posting another sales record. The company achieved its previous all-time high last year, when it sold 105,000 trucks of over six tons in Europe. The company expects sales next year to return to normal levels as last seen in 2005 and 2006.
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