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  • Stuttgart/Wörth am Rhein, Aug 12, 2021 - Tobias Wöllmer from the Gressel haulage company in Neustadt an der Aisch recently collected his Actros Edition 2 from the Customer Centre at the Mercedes-Benz plant in Wörth. The driver now drives a special model limited to 400 units.
  • Stuttgart / Wörth am Rhein, Jul 15, 2021 - Sustainable, highly flexible and ideally positioned for the future of transport: The Mercedes-Benz plant in Wörth is becoming the center for emission-free transport within the Mercedes-Benz truck production network.
  • Stuttgart / Wörth am Rhein, Jun 21, 2021 - Personnel changes at Daimler Trucks: Dr Andreas Bachhofer (51) will become the new Plant Manager and Head of Production at the Mercedes-Benz plant in Wörth. He will thus assume responsibility for the largest assembly plant of Mercedes-Benz Trucks with around 10,000 employees, effective from August 1, 2021.
  • Stuttgart / Wörth, May 4, 2021 - Polished to high gloss and ready for hand over – the first of only 400 special Edition 2 Actros trucks will soon be gladden its new owner while the next vehicles are waiting to be finalized. Around 40 additional options for the interior and exterior as well as special design elements give the Edition 2 an unmistakeable character. The result: a premium Actros with a "wow" effect.
  • Stuttgart/Wörth am Rhein , Jan 29, 2021 - Change of leadership at Daimler Trucks: The new Head of Mercedes-Benz Trucks Operations at Daimler Truck AG is Sven Gräble.
  • Stuttgart/Wörth am Rhein/Naberezhnye Chelny, Dec 9, 2020 - DAIMLER KAMAZ RUS (DK RUS), the Joint Venture between Daimler Trucks and its Russian partner KAMAZ has reached yet another milestone.
  • Stuttgart / Wörth am Rhein, Sep 23, 2020 - “Now & Next” is the theme under which Mercedes-Benz Trucks is presenting its new products at the Wörth plant and giving an insight into the future of sustainable mobility.
  • Stuttgart/Wörth, Apr 23, 2020 - Während ein Großteil der Automobilproduktion unterbrochen ist oder sich im sukzessiven Wiederanlauf befindet, nutzt Daimler seine internationalen Ressourcen in vielfältiger Weise für die Eindämmung der COVID-19-Pandemie.
  • Wörth am Rhein , Jan 9, 2020 - At Mercedes-Benz Trucks, today saw an important milestone celebrated in the company of numerous special guests.
  • Wörth am Rhein, May 21, 2019 - At the Mercedes-Benz Wörth plant, the sapphire-blue Actros 1851 LS 4x2 was the first customer vehicle to roll off the production line. Stefan Buchner, Head of Mercedes-Benz Trucks, Gerald Jank, Head of Mercedes-Benz Trucks Operations, and Dr Matthias Jurytko, Head of Mercedes-Benz Wörth plant, accompanied the series production start of the Mercedes-Benz flagship truck together with the production team in the Palatinate town of Wörth.
  • Wörth am Rhein , Apr 25, 2019 - Goodbye Rhineland-Palatinate, hello South Africa: The 750,000th truck kit from the CKD Center (= Completely Knocked Down) at the Mercedes-Benz Wörth plant was packed today in a 40-foot sea container for its journey overseas.
  • Wörth am Rhein, Jun 15, 2018 - Almost precisely ten years after the ceremonial opening of the Development and Testing Center (EVZ) in Wörth am Rhein, Mercedes Benz Trucks will invest about another 50 million euros in the center of competence for the development work on commercial vehicles.
  • Woerth am Rhein, Jun 27, 2016 - The Actros was the flagship model in the product range of Mercedes-Benz Trucks since its market launch in 1996, and still is – in the year of its 20th anniversary. Economical, dynamic, versatile and comfortable – with these characteristics the Actros has become the most successful heavy-duty truck in the world.
  • Wörth am Rhein, Apr 28, 2016 - The CKD-Center at the Mercedes-Benz Wörth plant is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. The location began producing complete truck parts kits, “CKD kits”, for assembly abroad back in 1966 (CKD = Completely Knocked Down).
  • Wörth am Rhein, Nov 27, 2015 - The success story of the Mercedes-Benz Actros and "Quality made in Wörth" continues. Today (Friday), Dr. Holger Scherr, Head of Supply Chain & Supplier Management at the Mercedes-Benz Wörth plant, handed over the 100,000th new Actros produced in Wörth to Tobias Nagel, a partner in the Nagel Group. The milestone vehicle is a light-blue Actros 1843 LS and will be used on the roads of Germany and other European countries by Kraftverkehr Nagel GmbH & Co. KG.
  • Wörth am Rhein, Sep 17, 2015 - Solid evidence of the Mercedes-Benz Actros success story and "quality made in Wörth": Now, the one millionth Actros produced in Wörth was delivered to long-standing customer Imperial. The milestone truck, a three-axle tractor unit with the description 2646 LS 6X4 in arctic white, will be on the road in South Africa.
  • Stuttgart/Wörth, Jul 16, 2014 - The new star among Mercedes-Benz special-purpose vehicles has seen the light of day in Wörth: the largest truck plant has now embarked on series production of the new generation of the extreme all-terrain Unimog.
  • Wörth, Oct 1, 2013 - One out of every two trucks registered in Germany is a Mercedes-Benz vehicle built in Wörth. The vehicles manufactured at this truck plant, which is the biggest in the world, are delivered to approximately 150 countries around the globe. The plant employs roughly 12,000 people, who assemble around 100,000 units each year.
  • Wörth, Oct 1, 2013 - The Mercedes-Benz plant in Wörth is celebrating its 50th anniversary of truck production. The first trucks rolled off the line in Wörth on October 1, 1963. A ceremony held today at the plant to commemorate this milestone was attended by some 300 guests from the realms of politics and industry.
  • Wörth am Rhein, Sep 20, 2013 - At an investor and analyst conference in Wörth, where the division has its largest truck plant, Daimler Trucks today described its divisional strategy and commented on the short, medium, and long-term market and business prospects.
  • Wörth, Dec 3, 2010 - Among the fleet managers of haulage operators and local authorities, the Application Information Centre at the Mercedes-Benz Wörth plant has long been known as a Mecca for the commercial vehicle sector. Today, ten years after it was established, its reputation reaches far beyond the borders of Germany. Some 13,000 visitors come each year to the BIC (short for its German name of Branchen-Informations-Center), as it is commonly known.
  • Roosendaal, Netherlands/Wörth, Jul 3, 2009 - Penske Logistics has added four new Mercedes-Benz Actros 1841 LS semitrailer tractors to its fleet. The European headquarters of Penske Logistics in Roosendaal, Netherlands, will employ the new vehicles exclusively for transporting goods of its customer Truck-Lite. Based in Harlow, UK, Truck-Lite is a supplier of mirrors and lighting for commercial vehicles.
  • Stuttgart/Wörth am Rhein, Jun 18, 2008 - Today was the formal opening of a new Development and Test Center (EVZ) for trucks at the Mercedes-Benz plant in Wörth. In attendance at the ceremony were Rhineland-Palatinate Premier Kurt Beck, Mayor of the City of Wörth Harald Seiter, as well as Daimler representatives Andreas Renschler, member of the Board of Management responsible for Daimler Trucks; Dr. Jörg Zürn, Head of Product Development at Mercedes-Benz Trucks; and Martin Daum, Director of the Mercedes-Benz Wörth Plant.
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