Mannheim

Daimler Truck AG and Cummins Inc. have signed global framework agreement for cooperation in medium-duty commercial vehicle engines.
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Electric drive components for the Powertrain Plants: Key points agreed for future orientation of the Mercedes-Benz plants in Gaggenau, Kassel and Mannheim
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Electric drive components for the Powertrain Plants: Key points agreed for future orientation of the Mercedes-Benz plants in Gaggenau, Kassel and Mannheim
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25th anniversary of the KEM - The Competence Center for Emission-free Mobility in Mannheim
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Mercedes-Benz eActros: Planned series production of batterypacks at KEM in Mannheim from 2021 onwards.
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Mercedes-Benz eCitaro with all-electric drive, exterior, anthracite metallic, 2 x electric hub motor, 2 x 125 kW, 2 x 485 Nm, LED headlamps, length/width/height: 12135/2550/3400 mm, passenger capacity: 1/80.
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Complety charaterized by e-mobility: Joachim Horner, Chairman of the Works Council of Mannheim plant, Michael Brecht, Chairman of the Daimler AG General Works Council, Winfried Hermann, Transport Minister for the State of Baden-Württemberg, Till Oberwörder, Head of Daimler Buses, and Franz Loogen, in front of the fully-electric city bus Mercedes-Benz eCitaro at its birthplace in Mannheim (f.l.t.r.).
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Winfried Hermann, Transport Minister for the State of Baden-Württemberg, at the wheel of the fully-electric city bus eCitaro.
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Together, the Mercedes-Benz Mannheim plant and Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) subsidiary Detroit Diesel Corporation have already produced one million heavy-duty engines. The in-line six-cylinder engines power heavy-duty commercial vehicles and with a displacement range from 10.7 l to 15.6 l and output levels from 240 kW to 480 kW leave nothing to be desired by customers.
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Together, the Mercedes-Benz Mannheim plant and Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) subsidiary Detroit Diesel Corporation have already produced one million heavy-duty engines. The in-line six-cylinder engines power heavy-duty commercial vehicles and with a displacement range from 10.7 l to 15.6 l and output levels from 240 kW to 480 kW leave nothing to be desired by customers.
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Together, the Mercedes-Benz Mannheim plant and Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) subsidiary Detroit Diesel Corporation have already produced one million heavy-duty engines. The in-line six-cylinder engines power heavy-duty commercial vehicles and with a displacement range from 10.7 l to 15.6 l and output levels from 240 kW to 480 kW leave nothing to be desired by customers.
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The team of the Mercedes-Benz plant in Mannheim at the end of the assembly line of the one millionth in-line six-cylinder which is used in heavy-duty commercial vehicles. The engine plant in Mannheim and the Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) subsidiary Detroit Diesel Corporation jointly reached this special milestone in the international powertrain production network of Daimler Trucks.
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The team of the Mercedes-Benz plant in Mannheim at the end of the assembly line of the one millionth in-line six-cylinder which is used in heavy-duty commercial vehicles: (From the left) Thomas Twork, Head pf Production Mercedes-Benz Mannheim Plant, Yaris Pürsün, Head of Global Powertrain Productions Daimler Trucks, Dr. Frank Reintjes, Head of Global Powertrain and Manufacturing Engineering Daimler Trucks, Dr. Carsten Breckner, Head of Procurement Global Powertrain Daimler Trucks, Wolfram Schmid, Head of Product Platforms, Quality Management, Sales & Strategy Powertrain Daimler Trucks, Werner Thurner, Head of Manufacturing Engineering Daimler Trucks, Andreas Moch, Head of Mercedes-Benz Mannheim Plant, and Razvan Radulescu, Head of Finance & Controlling Global Powertrain Trucks.
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Mercedes-Benz Mannheim plant: Cast melting at the foundry of the engine plant for commercial vehicles.
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Mercedes-Benz Mannheim plant: Cast melting at the foundry of the engine plant for commercial vehicles.
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Mercedes-Benz Mannheim plant: Camshaft joining at the chipping of the engine plant for commercial vehicles.
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Mercedes-Benz Mannheim plant: Installation of the injector at the cylinder head pre-assembly of the engine plant for commercial vehicles.
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Mercedes-Benz Mannheim plant: Installation of the injector at the cylinder head pre-assembly of the engine plant for commercial vehicles.
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Mercedes-Benz Mannheim plant: Final inspection at the assembly of the engine plant for commercial vehicles.
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Mercedes-Benz Mannheim plant: Motor shipping at the assembly of the engine plant for commercial vehicles.
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Mercedes-Benz Mannheim plant: Assembly of the cylinder head at the engine plant for commercial vehicles.
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Mercedes-Benz Mannheim plant: Automatic cylinder head screw connection at the assembly of the engine plant for commercial vehicles.
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Together, the Mercedes-Benz Mannheim plant and Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) subsidiary Detroit Diesel Corporation have already produced one million heavy-duty engines. The in-line six-cylinder engines power heavy-duty commercial vehicles and with a displacement range from 10.7 l to 15.6 l and output levels from 240 kW to 480 kW leave nothing to be desired by customers.
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Together, the Mercedes-Benz Mannheim plant and Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) subsidiary Detroit Diesel Corporation have already produced one million heavy-duty engines. The in-line six-cylinder engines power heavy-duty commercial vehicles and with a displacement range from 10.7 l to 15.6 l and output levels from 240 kW to 480 kW leave nothing to be desired by customers.
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Together, the Mercedes-Benz Mannheim plant and Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) subsidiary Detroit Diesel Corporation have already produced one million heavy-duty engines. The in-line six-cylinder engines power heavy-duty commercial vehicles and with a displacement range from 10.7 l to 15.6 l and output levels from 240 kW to 480 kW leave nothing to be desired by customers.
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Together, the Mercedes-Benz Mannheim plant and Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) subsidiary Detroit Diesel Corporation have already produced one million heavy-duty engines. The in-line six-cylinder engines power heavy-duty commercial vehicles and with a displacement range from 10.7 l to 15.6 l and output levels from 240 kW to 480 kW leave nothing to be desired by customers.
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Together, the Mercedes-Benz Mannheim plant and Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) subsidiary Detroit Diesel Corporation have already produced one million heavy-duty engines. The in-line six-cylinder engines power heavy-duty commercial vehicles and with a displacement range from 10.7 l to 15.6 l and output levels from 240 kW to 480 kW leave nothing to be desired by customers.
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Together, the Mercedes-Benz Mannheim plant and Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) subsidiary Detroit Diesel Corporation have already produced one million heavy-duty engines. The in-line six-cylinder engines power heavy-duty commercial vehicles and with a displacement range from 10.7 l to 15.6 l and output levels from 240 kW to 480 kW leave nothing to be desired by customers.
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Together, the Mercedes-Benz Mannheim plant and Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) subsidiary Detroit Diesel Corporation have already produced one million heavy-duty engines. The in-line six-cylinder engines power heavy-duty commercial vehicles and with a displacement range from 10.7 l to 15.6 l and output levels from 240 kW to 480 kW leave nothing to be desired by customers.
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Mercedes-Benz Brand Ambassador Jutta Benz and Britta Seeger, Member of the Board of Management of Daimler AG, on the occasion of the re-opening of the Mercedes-Benz Mannheim sales and service outlet. Photo from 2017.
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Mercedes-Benz Mannheim plant
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Mercedes-Benz Mannheim plant
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Mercedes-Benz Mannheim plant
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Daimler once again displayed its pioneering spirit: The story of vocational training at the Mannheim site began in March 1916 with the establishment of a training workshop at Benz & Cie.
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Vocational training at the Daimler site in Mannheim today: High practical relevance and the opportunity to work with state-of-the-art production and manufacturing technology give the young talents the ideal preparation for the careers of the future.
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Vocational training at the Daimler site in Mannheim today: High practical relevance and the opportunity to work with state-of-the-art production and manufacturing technology give the young talents the ideal preparation for the careers of the future.
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One man, one engine philosophy: The AMG performance-units are assembled by one fitter by hand
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Mercedes-AMG to build twelve-cylinder engines in Mannheim
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Engine facility in Affalterbach: V12 assembly line
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Blue Efficiency Power: the new generation of  heavy-duty engines from Mercedes-Benz for economic running, environmental compatibility  and efficiency: Complete Engine OM 471
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