The Daimler AG plant in Bremen is Mercedes-Benz’ second largest car plant worldwide. Over 313,000 vehicles – more than ever before – rolled off the production lines here in 2011. With over 12,800 employees, the plant is the largest private employer in the region and is continuing a long automobile tradition.
The first Mercedes-Benz car rolled off the production line in Sebaldsbrück in 1978. To date, over six million cars with the star have left the plant.
The plant in Bremen also enjoys a very high standing within Daimler AG. Eight different models result in an extremely broad product range. For example, the plant produces C-Class sedans and estates. Further additions were the C-Class coupé in June 2011 and the Black Series version of the C 63 AMG coupé in 2012. The team also possesses considerable expertise when it comes to roadsters. 1989 marked the introduction of the two-seater SL. This was followed in 1996 by the SLK, whose third generation premièred in March 2011. The new SL generation has been delivered to customers since the end of March 2012. The cult roadster hits the streets with a 100 per cent aluminium chassis, demonstrating the plant’s expertise in lightweight construction. The list of models from Bremen also includes the coupé and E-Class cabriolet, with the compact sports utility vehicle GLK providing the finishing touch.
The plant will continue to play a vital role in the global Mercedes-Benz production network in the future. As part of the introduction of the next generation C-Class, it will become a centre of excellence for this high-volume series.
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Plant managerAndreas Kellermann
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