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  • 20C0727_001
    25,000 truck assembly kits from Mercedes-Benz Wörth plant: Daimler Kamaz RUS celebrates Production Milestone
  • 20C0727_002
    25,000 truck assembly kits from Mercedes-Benz Wörth plant: Daimler Kamaz RUS celebrates Production Milestone
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    25,000 truck assembly kits from Mercedes-Benz Wörth plant: Daimler Kamaz RUS celebrates Production Milestone
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    CKD stands for "Completely Knocked Down"; this means that the trucks are produced at the Mercedes-Benz plant in Wörth, but not fully assembled. Instead, the up to 2,500 individual parts are sent to the international assembly plants in the markets. These kits are assembled at the foreign locations or local partners in accordance with Mercedes-Benz’ high quality standards and finally delivered to our customers.
  • 20C0727_005
    CKD stands for "Completely Knocked Down"; this means that the trucks are produced at the Mercedes-Benz plant in Wörth, but not fully assembled. Instead, the up to 2,500 individual parts are sent to the international assembly plants in the markets. These kits are assembled at the foreign locations or local partners in accordance with Mercedes-Benz’ high quality standards and finally delivered to our customers.
  • 20C0727_006
    The truck kits are produced at the CKD Center (CKD = Completely Knocked Down) at the Mercedes-Benz plant in Wörth, Germany, before being packed as a kit and then sent on its journey by container ship. Once it arrived on the market, the vehicles are assembled to the finished truck on site at foreign assembly plant or local partners.
  • 20C0528_028
    Dr. Matthias Jurytko, Head of Operations and Production Wörth, Plant Manager
  • 20C0528_031
    The heavy, battery-electric eActros is in intensive customer testing since 2018. The findings from these trials flow directly into the series development of the locally CO2-neutral e-truck for distribution in urban areas. The planned start of series production is in 2021 in the Mercedes-Benz Wörth plant.
  • 20C0528_032
    The heavy, battery-electric eActros is in intensive customer testing since 2018. The findings from these trials flow directly into the series development of the locally CO2-neutral e-truck for distribution in urban areas. The planned start of series production is in 2021 in the Mercedes-Benz Wörth plant.
  • 20C0202_002
    Loading of the 3D printing facial shields at Mercedes-Benz in Sindelfingen for donation to Rhineland-Palatinate.
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    Dr. Matthias Jurytko, Head of Site and Truck Production at Wörth, hands over 2500 face shields representative for Daimler to Dr. Volker Wissing, Minister for Economic Affairs Rhineland-Palatinate.
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    Face shield from 3D printing produced by Mercedes-Benz TecFabrik Sindelfingen
  • 20C0005_01
    Opening ceremony for one of the most modern road-to-rig truck test stands in Europe: Mercedes-Benz Trucks recently started testing trucks at the Wörth plant comprehensively, sustainably and in real-time. In a 24/7 operation, drivetrains for traditional drive system variants, gas engines, hybrid drive systems, battery-electric and fuel-cell drive systems can be simulated in realistic driving conditions on the test stand and developed to production standard.
  • 20C0005_02
    Opening ceremony for one of the most modern road-to-rig truck test stands in Europe: Mercedes-Benz Trucks recently started testing trucks at  the Wörth plant comprehensively, sustainably and in real-time. In a 24/7 operation, drivetrains for traditional drive system variants, gas engines, hybrid drive systems, battery-electric and fuel-cell drive systems can be simulated in realistic driving conditions on the test stand and developed to production standard.
  • 20C0005_03
    Opening ceremony for one of the most modern road-to-rig truck test stands in Europe: Mercedes-Benz Trucks recently started testing trucks at the Wörth plant comprehensively, sustainably and in real-time. In a 24/7 operation, drivetrains for traditional drive system variants, gas engines, hybrid drive systems, battery-electric and fuel-cell drive systems can be simulated in realistic driving conditions on the test stand and developed to production standard.
  • 20C0005_04
    Opening ceremony for one of the most modern road-to-rig truck test stands in Europe: Mercedes-Benz Trucks recently started testing trucks at the Wörth plant comprehensively, sustainably and in real-time. In a 24/7 operation, drivetrains for traditional drive system variants, gas engines, hybrid drive systems, battery-electric and fuel-cell drive systems can be simulated in realistic driving conditions on the test stand and developed to production standard.
  • 20C0005_05
    Opening ceremony for one of the most modern road-to-rig truck test stands in Europe: Mercedes-Benz Trucks recently started testing trucks at the Wörth plant comprehensively, sustainably and in real-time. In a 24/7 operation, drivetrains for traditional drive system variants, gas engines, hybrid drive systems, battery-electric and fuel-cell drive systems can be simulated in realistic driving conditions on the test stand and developed to production standard.
  • 20C0005_06
    Mercedes-Benz invests around 70 million Euro in the development of present-day and future trucks. In January 2020, the extended Development and Testing Centre opened with a ceremony after 18 months of construction. From left to right: Stefan Buchner, Member of the Board of Management Daimler Truck AG, responsible for the regions Europe and Latin America as well as the Mercedes-Benz truck brand, Malu Dreyer, Minister President of Rhineland-Palatinate, Dr Volker Wissing, Minister for Economic Affairs and Transport Rhineland-Palatinate, and Prof. Uwe Baake, Head of Product Engineering at Mercedes-Benz Trucks.
  • 19C0383_002
    A milestone at the Mercedes-Benz plant in Wörth: The first new Mercedes-Benz Actros in sapphire-blue next to its predecessor (in silver) and its predecessor before (in red) is ready for its customer.
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    A milestone at the Mercedes-Benz plant in Wörth: The sapphire-blue Actros 1851 LS 4x2 was the first customer vehicle to roll off the assembly line.
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    A milestone at the Mercedes-Benz plant in Wörth: The sapphire-blue Actros 1851 LS 4x2 was the first customer vehicle to roll off the assembly line. Stefan Buchner (4th from left), Head of Mercedes-Benz Trucks, Gerald Jank (2nd from left), Head of Mercedes-Benz Trucks Operations, and Dr Matthias Jurytko (6th from left), Head of the Mercedes-Benz Wörth plant, accompanied the series production start of the Mercedes-Benz flagship truck together with the Wörth team.
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    „A three-quarter million for the whole globe: 750.000th truck assembly kit leaves Mercedes-Benz Wörth plant“
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    „A three-quarter million for the whole globe: 750.000th truck assembly kit leaves Mercedes-Benz Wörth plant“
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    „A three-quarter million for the whole globe: 750.000th truck assembly kit leaves Mercedes-Benz Wörth plant“
  • 16C335_001
    „A three-quarter million for the whole globe: 750.000th truck assembly kit leaves Mercedes-Benz Wörth plant“
  • 19C0318_001
    Milestone in the Mercedes-Benz Wörth plant: With the white Mercedes-Benz Actros 2652 LS 6x4, the CKD  Center ships the 750,000th truck kit for a customer in South Africa.
  • 18C0467_001
    From the left to the right: Dr Ingo Ettischer, Head of Mercedes-Benz Wörth Plant, Dr Dennis Nitsche, Mayor of Wörth, Prof Dr Uwe Baake, Head of Product Development Mercedes Benz Trucks, Dr Volker Wissing, Minister for Economics, Transportation, Agriculture and Viticulture of the State of Rhineland-Palatinate, Dr Fritz Brechtel, District Administrator of the Germersheim district, Thomas Zwick, Chairman of the Works Council of the Mercedes-Benz Wörth Plant, and Gerald Jank, Head of Mercedes-Benz Trucks Operations, at the symbolic ground-breaking for the expansion of the Development and Test Center in Wörth am Rhein.
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    Prof Dr Uwe Baake, Head of Product Development Mercedes Benz Trucks, and Gerald Jank, Head of Mercedes-Benz Trucks Operations, at the symbolic ground-breaking for the expansion of the Development and Test Center in Wörth am Rhein.
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    From the left to the right: Dr Ingo Ettischer, Head of Mercedes-Benz Wörth Plant, Dr Dennis Nitsche, Mayor of Wörth, Prof Dr Uwe Baake, Head of Product Development Mercedes Benz Trucks, Dr Volker Wissing, Minister for Economics, Transportation, Agriculture and Viticulture of the State of Rhineland-Palatinate, Dr Fritz Brechtel, District Administrator of the Germersheim district, Thomas Zwick, Chairman of the Works Council of the Mercedes-Benz Wörth Plant, and Gerald Jank, Head of Mercedes-Benz Trucks Operations, at the symbolic ground-breaking for the expansion of the Development and Test Center in Wörth am Rhein.
  • 18C0467_004
    Mercedes-Benz Trucks to invest about 50 million euros in expansion of the Development and Test Center. At the site Wörth, an additional office and workshop building, a new building housing test benches, as well as parking for test vehicles will be built.
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    Wolfgang Theissen (left), Director Mercedes-Benz Trucks, Sales Europe and Overseas, gives Siegfried Hegelmann, Managing Partner of the Hegelmann Group the symbolic key.
  • 18C0127_01
    The new Mercedes-Benz Actros models for the Hegelmann Group leave the Mercedes-Benz Wörth plant.
  • 18C0127_03
    From left to right: VIP handover in Wörth: Paulius Kraučiūnas, Head of Truck Sales at Silberauto, Wolfgang Theissen, Director Mercedes-Benz Trucks, Sales Europe and Overseas, Erich Hoffmann, Head of the Customer Center at the Mercedes-Benz Wörth plant, Siegfried Hegelmann, Hegelmann Group Managing Partner, Tomas Jurgelevicius, Head of Hegelmann Lithuania, and Anton Hegelmann, Hegelmann Group Partner, at the handover of the 30 Actros 1845.
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    Start of production of the  LP 608 in Wörth, 1965
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    Truck Assembly in Wörth, 1966
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    Mercedes-Benz Wörth Plant: Truck production
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    Mercedes-Benz Wörth Plant: Truck production
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    Mercedes-Benz Wörth Plant: Truck production
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    Mercedes-Benz Wörth Plant: Truck production
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    Mercedes-Benz Wörth Plant: Truck production
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