U 300 - U 500

  • Stuttgart/Rottach-Egern , Jan 20, 2021 - When the snowstorm is so bad that you don't want to put your nose outside - then it's Unimog weather.
  • Budapest / Stuttgart, Mar 7, 2018 - The Hungarian state railway (MÀV) has decided to purchase nine Mercedes-Benz Unimog U 423 road-railers to maintain its rail network.
  • Munich, May 16, 2017 - The "Privatbahn Magazin" has been published for ten years now and honours the Mercedes-Benz road-railer Unimog U 423 (street/rail) with the Innovation prize in the category “Energy and Environment”.
  • Stuttgart/Suhlendorf, Apr 12, 2017 - Every two years the "Privatbahn Magazin", a leading business paper in the industry, rewards ground-breaking new products and features in the rail sector with a prize for innovation.
  • Stuttgart, Sep 20, 2016 - The Unimog on rails – this concept from the Mercedes-Benz implement carrier has been planned down to the last detail and tailored to markets all over the world over the past 50 years.
  • Stuttgart/Wald-Michelbach, Nov 30, 2012 - Every year in November there is a very special task awaiting Mercedes-Benz Unimog vehicles all over Germany: mighty firs and spruces have to be fetched from the forests and taken to market squares and other destinations such as company headquarters. This work is done by specialists such as Norbert Emig from Wald-Michelbach in the Odenwald.
  • Stuttgart/Gerlingen, Nov 29, 2012 - Anyone who has been unfortunate enough to get into a spin on a road covered in wet leaves will know just how dangerous road conditions can be at this time of year. Trees and bushes shed their leaves, and a dangerous covering can build up on roads and streets which can be as slippery as ice. In such circumstances there is only one solution: the debris must be removed quickly, before any accidents can occur and any possible claims for damages arise.
  • Stuttgart/Klagenfurt, Jul 3, 2012 - The Carinthian government’s Competence Centre 9 is responsible for building and maintaining Carinthia’s entire network of state roads, bridges and cycle paths, including buildings and structures connected to the network. It has now put a Mercedes-Benz Unimog U 500 with all-wheel steering, complete snow blower-cutters and two high-performance mowers into operation. This combination is designed to ensure that the constant maintenance work on the roads in the challenging high mountain region can be carried out reliably throughout the entire year.
  • Stuttgart/ Nufenen (Switzerland), Aug 11, 2010 - According to Rudolf Dieterle, who is in charge of the Swiss Road Works Department (Astra) and its many tunnels, Swiss road tunnels are among the safest worldwide. In spite of this, Astra is well aware that 126 of the overall 220 national road tunnels do not yet come up to the latest safety standards, or only partly so.
  • Schlieren, Jul 23, 2009 - The Migros Geneva Cooperative has its own distribution centre in La Praille with four sidings. From here, it supplies 34 sales outlets in Switzerland and a further three outlets near the border in France. Before a van or truck can head off to a sales outlet, however, a Unimog is needed. The new Unimog U400, like its Unimog 1400 predecessor, takes care of all the shunting duties between the SBB (Swiss Federal Railways) and the cooperative's own railway lines.
  • Stuttgart, Jun 4, 2009 - Long, hard winters tend be the exception in Great Britain. But on the rare occa-sions when they do occur, the unexpectedly heavy snow and widespread icy con-ditions – like those of February 2009 – represent a major headache for the people whose job it is to keep transport services operating. But not for David Charman, responsible for airside safety at London Gatwick Airport.
  • Wörth/Groß-Umstadt, Nov 25, 2008 - According to an expert report by the German Agricultural Society (DLG) in Groß-Umstadt, Hessia, the Mercedes-Benz Unimog proves to be a particularly economical vehicle for e.g. transport tasks and mowing operations. During a transport assignment on level ground, a Mercedes-Benz Unimog U 400 with a trailer load of 21 t consumed only 18.89 litres of fuel per hour, compared to a mean consumption for tractors of 32.07 litres per hour.