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  • Droitwich/Worcestershire, Jun 12, 2013 - So impressed was Spire Healthcare with its first batch of Mercedes-Benz Atego 7.5-tonners that when the time finally came to replace them after nearly eight years of reliable, cost-effective service, it opted to do so with a like-for-like fleet bearing the three-pointed star.
  • Stuttgart/Munich, Mar 21, 2013 - With three premieres at Bauma 2013 Mercedes-Benz is celebrating the completion of its custom-designed range for the construction industry: With these vehicles Mercedes-Benz offers characteristic construction-trade configurations ex factory. Right down to the last detail they are tailored to meet the specific customer requirements in the construction industry and ancillary trades.
  • Stuttgart/Lienz (East Tyrol, Austria), Feb 3, 2012 - A million kilometres, accumulated in short-radius distribution work on Austria's Alpine roads – no problem at all for the Mercedes-Benz Atego 917, as our example from the company BS Transport in the Austrian village of Tristach shows. Still with its original engine and never having needed repairs other than as required during regular servicing and maintenance, this truck offers a fine example of the model's economy and longevity.
  • Stuttgart / São Bernardo do Campo, Brazil, Dec 19, 2011 - Mercedes-Benz do Brasil continues to register a high level of orders for medium-duty and heavy-duty trucks. One of Brazil’s largest construction companies, Camargo Corrêa has now ordered 115 Mercedes-Benz trucks in order to upgrade its fleet. The order encompasses a wide range of products, including medium-duty Atego, heavy-duty Axor and Actros trucks. As part of the government’s Growth Acceleration Program (“Programa de Aceleração do Crescimento”/PAC), Camargo Corrêa is currently involved in a number of infrastructure projects for expansion of roads and rail systems.
  • Stuttgart/Hanover, Sep 22, 2010 - On the occasion of the International Motor Show (IAA) Commercial Vehicles in Hanover a jury of international experts voted the new Mercedes-Benz Atego 12-tonner "Truck of the Year 2011". The commercial vehicle journalists from 23 European countries paid tribute to the innovative technology of the Mercedes-Benz Atego: on the one hand, the new Atego, as highly variable all-round talent ideal for short-radius distribution work; on the other hand, the series-built Atego 1222 L EEV BlueTec Hybrid, seen by the jury as paving the way for alternative drive systems.
  • Hanover, Sep 21, 2010 - Even among the broad range of series-production trucks available from Mercedes-Benz, you may not always find the precise vehicle needed for a specific transport requirement. This is where Mercedes-Benz Custom Tailored Trucks (CTT), based in Molsheim/France, steps into the breach. For ten years now, on occasions working in cooperation with specialist partners, they have provided a 'one stop shop' for special-purpose vehicles. In time for the IAA, CTT is broadening its range with four vehicles based on the Mercedes-Benz Actros and Atego.
  • Stuttgart, Jul 20, 2010 - The updated guideline for recovery services covering the Actros, Atego and Axor series has recently become available at As trucks are by nature extremely heavy, the recovery procedure must precise to avoid further damage. The relevant parameters are described in detail in the guideline.
  • Stuttgart/Udenhout, May 12, 2010 - Safety and fast traffic flow on roads are crucial. Unavoidable delays caused by roadworks annoy road users, to the extent that roadworkers are often the target of aggressive behaviour which occasionally results in dangerous situations. The ability to close a lane quickly and safely is therefore quite literally a matter of life and death. Bodybuilder "Trafiq" develops, builds, markets and maintains roadworks systems which make it easier, faster and safer for all those involved in roadworks.
  • Munich, Apr 20, 2010 - “Trucks you can trust” is the motto for the Mercedes-Benz stand – stretching over a good 1000 cubic metres in Hall B4 – at the bauma 2010 show in Munich (19 to 25 April 2010). The motto applies both to the highly reliable, economical and durable technology for which Mercedes-Benz is renowned and the comprehensive support offered to customers in all truck matters.
  • Stuttgart, Jun 25, 2009 - At the presentation of the Baden-Württemberg Environmental Technology Award yesterday evening, Baden-Württemberg’s Environment Minister Tanja Gönner presented the first prize in the “Emissions Reduction, Treatment and Sequestration” category to Georg Weiberg, Head of Truck Product Engineering at Daimler. The award, which was presented this year for the first time, honors outstanding environmental technologies from the state of Baden-Württemberg that make a major contribution toward increasing resource efficiency and reducing strain on the environment.
  • Berlin , Jun 9, 2009 - Today in Berlin, Daimler AG, Deutsche Post DHL, the energy group OMV, the Stuttgarter Straßenbahnen AG public transportation company, and the Finnish oil company Neste Oil took part in a discussion-oriented event titled “Diesel from renewable resources — A step toward zero-emission transportation?”. At the event, the companies presented the initial results of their joint pilot test project focusing on fuel from sustainable production.
  • Stuttgart, Sep 26, 2008 - In Germany there is currently much debate about promoting commercial vehicles that comply with the voluntary EEV (Enhanced Environmentally-friendly Vehicle) emission standard in addition to the Euro 5 emission standard. Subsidies are available for these vehicles in the Netherlands. The particulate-emission limits specified by the EEV standard are around a third lower than those stipulated by the already stringent Euro 5 standard. Mercedes Benz EEV trucks will be available from October 2009.
  • Hannover/Stuttgart, Sep 25, 2008 - Mercedes-Benz Trucks will be appearing at the International Commercial Vehicle Show in Hanover backed by the brand promise "Trucks you can trust". This claim - founded on the legendary quality of Mercedes-Benz commercial vehicles - acts as a strong incentive for the more than 40,000-strong workforce employed by the Mercedes-Benz Trucks organisation world-wide. Around 600,000 Mercedes-Benz Actros trucks in more than 100 countries live up to this claim day after day by displaying quality and reliability, whether it be on the road or on the construction site.
  • Stuttgart, Oct 25, 2007 - At the RAI International Commercial Vehicle Show being held in Amsterdam from October 26 - November 3, 2007, Mercedes-Benz is presenting a broad cross-section of its current model range and transport-related services over an exhibition area measuring 3600 m² in size.