Hamburg, Germany

As of December 31, 2020

Axles and axle components, e-mobility components, steering columns, exhaust technology components, lightweight structural components 

Foundation year: 1935
Number of employees: ~ 2,400

  • The Mercedes-Benz Hamburg plant is an important part of the powertrain production network and high-tech manufacturing plant for electromobility drive components.
  • In addition to the customary product areas of drive components, which range from axles and axle components to steering columns and lightweight structural parts to exhaust technology components, the plant has also produced electrified axles for all-electric vehicles of the Mercedes-EQ brand since 2019.
  • The Hamburg plant also supplements its portfolio with the assembly of integrated starter generators (iSGs) - an important building block on the path to CO2-neutrality
  • In the future, every Mercedes-Benz passenger car will contain at least one product built at the Hamburg plant.
  • The sustainability and environmental protection are topics which have been strongly rooted at the Mercedes-Benz Hamburg plant for many years and are very important. These include, among others, diverse green spaces at the plant, which were designed in close cooperation with the German Nature and Biodiversity Union (NABU) in order to promote biodiversity.
  • Founded in 1935 as Vidal & Sohn Tempowerk GmbH, the Hamburg plant became a production plant of the then Daimler-Benz AG in 1978.


Further information

Location manager: Clemenz Dobrawa