Berlin, Germany

As of December 31, 2020

Engine control systems, transmission components, fuel systems, e-mobility components, engines

Foundation year: 1902
Number of employees: > 2,400

  • The Mercedes-Benz Berlin plant is an important part of the powertrain production network and one of the major industrial employers in the Berlin-Brandenburg region.
  • The plant is a high-tech plant for component production with technologies for reducing CO2 emissions.
  • This includes the innovative CAMTRONIC motor control unit.
  • The Berlin plant additionally supplements its product portfolio with components for all-electric Mercedes-EQ vehicles, as the assembly of an electric drive module and battery control module.
  • As part of its digitisation strategy, the Mercedes-Benz Berlin plant systematically implements the smart factory concept and successfully employs a wide range of Industry 4.0 technologies.
  • The topics of sustainability and environmental protection also are a high priority at the plant. In cooperation with the Free University of Berlin’s Institute of Biology in 2019, various green spaces have been ecologically cultivated and biodiversified.
  • Founded in 1902, the Berlin plant is Daimler's oldest manufacturing plant.

Further information

Location manager: Clemenz Dobrawa