September 10, 2014

Mercedes-Benz invests more than three billion euros in Germany

Mercedes-Benz is realigning its global passenger cars manufacturing activities and is strengthening its German passenger cars locations with investments worth billions of euros.

"We want to continue to grow and will significantly increase our production capacities
in the coming years. At the same time we want to permanently and sustainably strengthen our competitiveness with a high-performance organisation," said Markus Schafer, Member of the Divisional Board of Mercedes-Benz Cars, Production and Supply Chain Management.

As well as stepping up its international activities, Mercedes-Benz is strengthening it German plants with investments of more than three-billion euros this year. At the Sindelfingen plant, more than one-billion euros are invested primarily for future products. Another billion euros go to the Unterturkheim core plant, amongst others for the expansion of engine production. The Bremen plant's capacities will be increased with around
750-million euros. Further investment also goes to the Rastatt compact car plant, where the fully-electric B-class electric drive has been seamlessly integrated into series production.


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