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Mercedes-Benz Digital Factory Campus opens: Digital automotive production made in Berlin
Start of Production of the EQS SUV at the Tuscaloosa plant: Jörg Burzer (left), Member of the Board of Management of Mercedes-Benz AG, responsible for Production and Supply Chain Management and Michael Göbel (right), Head of Production North America and President & CEO of Mercedes-Benz US International (MBUSI)
Mercedes-Benz aims to be a leader in both electric driving and vehicle software. To accelerate this development, the company has invested more than 200 million euros in the Electric Software Hub at the Mercedes Technology Centre (MTC) in Sindelfingen. Numerous software, hardware, system integration and testing functions are brought together under one roof. With this step, Mercedes-Benz is intensifying its approach of cross-functional collaboration. f.l.t.r.: Magnus Östberg, Chief Software Officer of Mercedes-Benz AG; Sabine Kohleisen, Member of the Board of Management of Mercedes-Benz Group AG, responsible for Human Resources and Labour Director; Markus Schäfer, Member of the Board of Management of Mercedes-Benz Group AG, Chief Technology Officer responsible for Development and Procurement; Thomas Strobl, Deputy Minister President of the State of Baden-Württemberg, Minister of the Interior, for Digitalisation and Local Authorities Baden-Württemberg; Ergun Lümali, Dep. Chairman of the Supervisory Board and Chairman of the Works Council of Mercedes-Benz Group AG; Michael Bauer, Head of Production Mercedes-Benz Sindelfingen Plant and Site Responsibility
Mercedes-Benz: 60 years plant Düsseldorf
Small helpers with a big impact - Digitalization in plant logistics
Mercedes-Benz is closing the loop on batteries through sustainable recycling: The company has firmly established the principle of sustainability as an integral part of its corporate strategy. In addition to CO2-neutral production and the switch to an all-electric vehicle portfolio, a closed loop of recyclable materials is also crucial to reducing resource consumption. In addition to circular design and value retention, Mercedes-Benz is equally focused on recycling.
New Signage at the Headquarters of Mercedes-Benz Group AG in Stuttgart-Untertürkheim, Germany
The Mercedes-AMG EQS 53 4MATIC+ (combined electrical consumption (WLTP*): 23,4–21,1 kWh/100 km, combined CO2 emissions: 0 g/km, electric range WLTP: 529-586 km) electric sedan starts to leave the production line at Factory 56 in the Mercedes-Benz Sindelfingen plant. * Power consumption and range were determined on the basis of Regulation 2017/1151/EU.