Arocs

  • Stuttgart, Mar 29, 2021 - When it comes to increasing vehicle safety, Mercedes-Benz Trucks has always been a pioneer in the industry. The company has invested hundreds of millions of Euros per year in research and development, for assistance systems to provide even greater assistance to drivers in their work and increase safety for all road users.
  • Stuttgart / Swindon (UK), Mar 3, 2021 - Jason Ward always places great emphasis on the technology on board his new vehicles and, up to now, has opted for a somewhat discreet design on his Arocs four-axle trucks: inconspicuous white.
  • Wiesbaden, Jan 26, 2021 - Typically short routes and as a result frequent starts and stops: waste disposal companies demand extreme robustness from trucks. And adherence to schedules and constant availability – the demands on the recycling and waste disposal sector are immense.
  • Stuttgart / East Kilbride bei Glasgow, Dec 18, 2020 - A displacement of 15.6 litres, a six-cylinder in-line engine with 425 kW (580 hp), four axles of which two are driven – those are the key statistics for the Arocs 3258 8x4 which is now being used in the fight against sewage system dirt in Scotland. A steered rear axle makes the four-axle truck as agile as a three-axle vehicle so that it can reach its destination even on winding roads.
  • Stuttgart, Sep 23, 2020 - When it comes to increasing vehicle safety, Mercedes-Benz Trucks has always been a pioneer in the industry. The company has invested hundreds of millions of euros per year in research and development, for assistance systems to provide even greater assistance to drivers in their work and increase safety for all road users.
  • Stuttgart, Sep 23, 2020 - Construction calls for a hands-on approach. It's a tough job that requires hardy workers. The new Mercedes-Benz Arocs has all the qualities required to be the perfect partner for construction-related transport: powerful engines, varied drive configurations and a robust chassis for the sustainable development of industry-appropriate vehicle bodies.
  • London, Sep 8, 2020 - As a specialist in waste management, LondonEnergy is on the move in the tight streets of the British capital. Here it is especially important to complete the task as well and safely as possible.
  • Porthcawl, Jul 9, 2020 - The Mercedes-Benz Arocs is a handsome eye-catcher just on its own. However, the fleet of Tony Rees from Porthcawl in the UK is it also at second glance. This proud customer of Mercedes-Benz Trucks is an avowed fan of Formula 1™.
  • Vacha/Thuringia, Jun 16, 2020 - The Thuringia-based transport and excavation company, Luzia Knackert, relies on the new Arocs 1848 for both road and construction site operations
  • Stuttgart / Immendingen, Feb 21, 2020 - The automated snow removal by two self-driving Mercedes-Benz Arocs in Immendingen shows a successful application for automated commercial vehicles in closed areas.
  • Munich, Apr 9, 2019 - The Bauma 2019 exhibition is aiming for a new record: more than 3,500 exhibitors from fifty-five countries and over 600,000 visitors are expected between 8 and 14 April in Munich. In addition to vehicles, the world's most important construction industry trade show presents many digital offerings to exhibitors and audiences this year.
  • Stuttgart, Apr 8, 2019 - The new Arocs remains true to its virtues, and continues to excel with power, robustness and efficiency. At the same time the Mercedes-Benz Trucks flagship for construction operations offers digital applications for the construction sector.
  • Sweden, Feb 12, 2019 - When the roads need to be kept clear of snow and ice during Sweden's winter, the only option is to call in the heavy machinery.
  • Stuttgart / Munich, Nov 30, 2017 - Machine operator Wolfgang Stenger stands next to his vibrant traffic yellow Mercedes-Benz Arocs 3253 L 8x4, briefly readjusts the ear defenders on his helmet and starts the engine, with a casual turn of the wrist, by pressing a button on the remote control.
  • Stuttgart / Bad Sobernheim, Oct 17, 2017 - In an unprecedented test, Daimler AG is demonstrating another potential solution for the future use of automated commercial vehicles.
  • Stuttgart / Peine, Oct 11, 2017 - It's tight. Very tight: the clearance lamp at the rear left is about to make contact with the hedge. Slowly, the red Arocs 2543 crawls backwards through the narrow alley towards the building site.
  • Stuttgart, Mar 27, 2017 - German truck driver Friedhelm Schäfer emigrated to Finland eight years ago.
  • Stuttgart / Groß-Umstadt, Dec 20, 2016 - In every test category of the exacting DLG PowerMix transport test conducted by the German Agricultural Association (DLG), the Mercedes-Benz Arocs 2051 AK 4x4 has posted the lowest consumption figures ever achieved in this test procedure.
  • Stuttgart/Lamspringe, Apr 12, 2016 - This building material weighs 20 tons and is 22 metres in length. Moving it around is a job for a specialist. Dieter Krause is a man who transports timber, a basic material with a host of uses in the construction sector. Dieter Krause owns a transport company totally dedicated to the logistics surrounding this natural material.
  • Stuttgart/Molsheim/Rutesheim, Sep 30, 2015 - The newly introduced five-axle Mercedes-Benz Arocs of LANZ Company illustrates the versatility and modular capability of the Actros and Arocs model series for body manufacturers. The truck studio of Mercedes-Benz, the Custom Tailored Truck Center in the Alsatian town of Molsheim, equipped the vehicle with special detachable components and a fifth steered trailing axle.
  • Stuttgart, Jul 22, 2015 - The LEGO Group, working together with Mercedes-Benz Trucks, is now following up its Unimog with a further Mercedes-Benz model. „When we looked at all the new products that Mercedes-Benz Trucks had launched, going back to 2011 – there was one particular vehicle that stood out as a potential subject for a further collaborative project: the new Arocs 3245 tipper“, according to Michael Dietz, Head of Marketing for Mercedes-Benz Trucks.
  • Stuttgart, May 20, 2014 - The new SLT heavy-haulage vehicle is a high-calibre specialist developed by Mercedes-Benz to meet the requirements of this highly demanding transport segment. Customers opting for the new heavy-haulage vehicle benefit from highly specialised vehicles produced by a single manufacturer with perfectly coordinated components: engine, transmission and axles all bear the Mercedes star. The basic SLT vehicle is manufactured at the Mercedes-Benz Wörth truck plant and completed by the subsidiary CTT (Custom Tailored Trucks) in Molsheim, France.
  • Stuttgart/München, Apr 8, 2014 - Daimler AG will be presenting a comprehensive range of vehicles for the public service sector at IFAT, the world's leading trade show for innovations and services from the areas of water, sewage, waste and raw materials management, which will take place in Munich from 5 to 9 May 2014.
  • Stuttgart / Wil (CH), Mar 7, 2014 - The most cutting-edge recovery and towing vehicle in Switzerland for trucks, buses and camper vans recently entered into service in the guise of the Mercedes-Benz Arocs 4451 'BIG ROCK'. The official Mercedes-Benz agency LARAG Fahrzeugwerke AG in Wil is deploying the special-purpose vehicle to provide professional breakdown and accident assistance in the heavy-duty range, as well as for carrying out vehicle transfers. The Arocs concerned is a 375 kW (510 hp) four-axle vehicle. "The new BIG ROCK recovery and towing vehicle is the perfect addition to our fleet to round off our service offering," says operations manager Walter Oertli from LARAG AG.
  • Hannover, Nov 12, 2013 - More than 400 000 interested professional visitors are coming to see the Agritechnica - the leading trade fair concerning everything to do with technology in agriculture- in the fair halls in Hanover from November 10 to November 16. Here everything revolves around the variety of agricultural engineering, around agricultural equipment and crop management.
  • Wörth/ Molsheim, Oct 30, 2013 - Mercedes-Benz is introducing a Euro VI-compliant Arocs in a five-axle variant for a gross vehicle weight of 40 tonnes for extreme operations in the construction industry. The model has been developed by CTT (Customer Tailored Trucks) at Mercedes-Benz Molsheim S.A.S., where it will be built in future. The acknowledged competence centre for truck conversions, based in the Alsace region of France, is thus expanding its portfolio with further specialised models.
  • Wörth/Molsheim, Sep 16, 2013 - With the sales launch of its new Mercedes-Benz SLT heavy-duty tractor unit for the European markets, Mercedes-Benz Trucks is completing the introduction of its new truck model series featuring Euro VI in-line six-cylinder engines. The new family of Mercedes-Benz trucks for heavy-duty transport is available for the first time as the variants Actros-SLT with air suspension and Arocs-SLT with steel suspension, while the Arocs is also alternatively available with all-wheel drive.
  • Stuttgart, Aug 13, 2013 - At the beginning of June the very first Arocs built to customer specifications were collected at the end of the assembly line by Dr Wolfgang Bernhard, Board of Management member of Daimler AG responsible for Daimler Trucks and Daimler Buses, marking the start of series production in Wörth. Immediately afterwards the Arocs with the serial numbers 2 to 4 were brought from the assembly line to a bodybuilder to be prepared there for their punishing work.
  • Stuttgart/Wuppertal, Apr 23, 2013 - The Actros, Antos, and Arocs form Mercedes-Benz Trucks’ “A-Team” of heavy-duty vehicles, which began its successful career in 2011. The three star-brand trucks were consistently developed to meet the tough Euro VI emissions standard, which will reduce the limits for particulate and NOx emissions by more than 90 percent in the future.
  • Stuttgart/München, Apr 8, 2013 - Mercedes-Benz will be unveiling two new vehicles to the public for the first time at "Bauma 2013", in the guise of the Arocs heavy-duty construction truck and the new Atego which has been developed for the medium-duty segment. The world's largest fair for the construction industry will be opening its doors to international visitors from 53 countries in Munich from 15 to 21 April.
  • Stuttgart/Munich, Mar 21, 2013 - With three premieres at Bauma 2013 Mercedes-Benz is celebrating the completion of its custom-designed range for the construction industry: With these vehicles Mercedes-Benz offers characteristic construction-trade configurations ex factory. Right down to the last detail they are tailored to meet the specific customer requirements in the construction industry and ancillary trades.
  • Stuttgart/Munich, Jan 28, 2013 - In 2013 Mercedes-Benz Trucks is continuing its product offensive for heavy-duty commercial vehicles featuring Euro VI-compliant engines. The campaign commenced in 2011 with the launch of the new Actros long-haulage truck. It was followed last year by the Antos for heavy-duty distribution transportation, and the Arocs, “the new force for construction applications,” is now celebrating its world premiere.
  • Stuttgart, Nov 27, 2012 - Mercedes-Benz Trucks is continuing to revamp its range of trucks at top speed. The new specialist for construction work is following on the heels of the new Actros for long-distance transport and the Antos for heavy-duty short-radius distribution: from 2013 on all the trucks and tractor units used for on and off-road applications in the construction sector will be known under the name Arocs.
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