The Mercedes-Benz plant in Hamburg is an important part of the powertrain production network, and a high-tech location for e-mobility drive components.
In addition to the customary product areas of drive components, which range from axles and axle components to steering columns and lightweight structural parts to exhaust technology components, the plant has also produced electrified axles for product and technology brand EQ’s full-electric vehicles since 2019.
The Hamburg plant also supplements its portfolio with integrated starter generators (iSGs) - an important building block on the path to CO2-neutral mobility. In the future, every Mercedes-Benz passenger car will contain at least one product built at the Hamburg plant.
The sustainability and environmental protection are topics which have been strongly rooted at the Mercedes-Benz Hamburg plant for many years and are very important. These include, among others, diverse green spaces at the plant, which were designed in close cooperation with the German Nature and Biodiversity Union (NABU) in order to promote biodiversity.
Founded in 1935 as Vidal & Sohn Tempowerk GmbH, the Hamburg plant became a production plant of the then Daimler-Benz AG in 1978.
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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