The Mercedes-Benz plant in Bremen is private employer in the region, and the lead plant for the C-Class. The high-volume classic in the Mercedes-Benz portfolio is also produced under Bremen’s leadership in East London (South Africa), Tuscaloosa (USA) and in the joint venture plant BBAC in Beijing (China).
As the lead plant, Bremen additionally controls production of the GLC in the global production network.
With twelve models, the plant produces the most variants within the Mercedes-Benz Cars production network.
Since 2019 the plant has built the EQC1, the first electric vehicle from the new product and technology brand EQ. Bremen production thus covers the entire range of intelligent drive technologies.
The production site is home to the Mercedes-Benz Customer Centre Bremen, the "gateway to the factory" where up to 160 vehicles are delivered each day. The customer centre is a popular event location in the region and offers various guided tours. A special highlight is "The Rock!" off-road course.
Mercedes-Benz AG at a glance
Mercedes-Benz AG is responsible for the global business of Mercedes-Benz Cars and Mercedes-Benz Vans with over 173,000 employees worldwide. Ola Källenius is Chairman of the Board of Management of Mercedes-Benz AG. The company focuses on the development, production and sales of passenger cars, vans and services. Furthermore, the company aspires to be leading in the fields of connectivity, automated driving and alternative drives with its forward-looking innovations.
The product portfolio comprises the Mercedes-Benz brand with the sub-brands Mercedes-AMG, Mercedes-Maybach and Mercedes me - as well as the smart brand, and the EQ product and technology brand for electric mobility. Mercedes-Benz AG is one of the largest manufacturers of premium passenger cars. In 2019 it sold nearly 2.4 million cars and more than 438,000 vans. In its two business divisions, Mercedes-Benz AG is continually expanding its worldwide production network with over 40 production sites on four continents, while aligning itself to meet the requirements of electric mobility. At the same time, the company is developing its global battery production network on three continents.
Sustainable actions play a decisive role in both business divisions. To the company, sustainability means creating value for all stakeholders on a lasting basis: customers, employees, investors, business partners and the society as a whole. The basis for this is the sustainable business strategy of Daimler in which the company takes responsibility for the economic, ecological and social effects of its business activities and looks at the entire value chain.
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