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[[BharatBenz]] began production in [[India]] in 2012 as a new brand dedicated to the country.
 
[[BharatBenz]] began production in [[India]] in 2012 as a new brand dedicated to the country.
   
A joint venture was set up with [[Russia]]'s [[KAMAZ]], '''Fuso Kamaz Trucks'''. Also in 2012, an agreement was signed with '''[[Nissan]] Motor Company''' of [[Japan]] to supply [[Mitsubishi Fuso Canter|Canter]] trucks to Nissan to sell in Japan, and Nissan to supply the [[Nissan Atlas]] for sale elsewhere. This is an extension of the Daimler AG and [[Nissan]]-[[Renault]] alliance.<ref>http://www.daimler.com/Projects/c2c/channel/documents/1828804_Daimler_Daimler_Trucks_at_a_Glance_2012_en.pdf</ref>
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A joint venture was set up with [[Russia]]'s [[KAMAZ]], '''Fuso Kamaz Trucks'''. Also in 2012, an agreement was signed with '''[[Nissan]] Motor Company''' of [[Japan]] to supply [[Mitsubishi Fuso Canter|Canter]] trucks to Nissan to sell in Japan, and Nissan to supply the [[Nissan Atlas]] for sale elsewhere. This is an extension of the Daimler AG and [[Nissan]]-[[Renault]] alliance.<ref>http://web.archive.org/web/20121205184701/http://www.daimler.com/Projects/c2c/channel/documents/1828804_Daimler_Daimler_Trucks_at_a_Glance_2012_en.pdf</ref>
   
 
==Brands==
 
==Brands==

Revision as of 11:02, September 2, 2014

See also: Daimler AG

Daimler Trucks is a division of Germany's Daimler AG responsible for the manufacturing of commercial trucks. It is the largest manufacturer of trucks above 6 tons gross vehicle weight in the world.[1]

BharatBenz began production in India in 2012 as a new brand dedicated to the country.

A joint venture was set up with Russia's KAMAZ, Fuso Kamaz Trucks. Also in 2012, an agreement was signed with Nissan Motor Company of Japan to supply Canter trucks to Nissan to sell in Japan, and Nissan to supply the Nissan Atlas for sale elsewhere. This is an extension of the Daimler AG and Nissan-Renault alliance.[2]

Brands

Commercial vehicles


Components


Factories

  • Aksaray, Turkey - Mercedes-Benz Türk A.S.
  • Atlantis, South Africa - Atlantis Foundries (Pty.) Ltd.
  • Beijing, China - Beijing Foton Daimler Automotive Co., Ltd.
  • Chennai, India - Daimler India Commercial Vehicles Pvt. Ltd. (formerly Daimler Hero)
  • Cleveland, USA - Truck Manufacturing Plant (Daimler Trucks North America LLC)
  • Gaffney, North Carolina, USA - Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation
  • Gaggenau, Germany - Mercedes-Benz Plant (with Rastatt Plant Location)
  • Gastonia, North Carolina, USA - Daimler Components and Logistics (Daimler Trucks North America LLC)
  • High Point, North Carolina, USA - Thomas Built Buses
  • Juiz de Fora, Brazil - Mercedes-Benz Plant (Mercedes-Benz do Brasil Ltda.)
  • Kanagawa-Ebina, Japan - PABCO Co., Ltd.
  • Kassel, Germany - Mercedes-Benz Plant
  • Kawasaki, Japan - Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (MFTBC)
  • Kitsuregawa, Japan - Mitsubishi Fuso Trucks & Bus Corporation
  • Logan, New Jersey, USA - Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America, Inc.
  • Mannheim, Germany - Mercedes-Benz Plant
  • Molsheim, France - Mercedes-Benz Molsheim S.A.S.
  • Mount Holly, North Carolina, USA - Truck Manufacturing Plant (Daimler Trucks North America LLC)
  • Nakatsu-Aikawa, Japan - Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (MFTBC)
  • Portland, Oregon, USA - Daimler Trucks North America LLC - Corporate Headquarters
  • Portland, Oregon, USA - Truck Manufacturing Plant (Daimler Trucks North America LLC)
  • Redford, Detroit, Michigan, USA - Detroit Diesel Corporation
  • Russia - Fuso Kamaz Trucks - joint venture with KAMAZ
  • Saltillo, Mexico - Truck Manufacturing Plant (Daimler Tractocamiones S. de R.L. de C.V.)
  • Santiago Tianguistenco, Mexico - Truck Manufacturing Plant (Daimler Trucks North America LLC)
  • Sao Bernardo do Campo Plant, Brazil - Mercedes-Benz do Brasil Ltda.
  • Stuttgart-Untertürkheim, Germany - Daimler AG Headquarters/ Mercedes-Benz Plant
  • Toluca, Brazil - Detroit Diesel Remanufacturing Mexicana, S DE RL DE CV
  • Toyama, Japan - Mitsubishi Fuso Bus Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (MFBM)
  • Tramagal, Portugal - Mitsubishi Fuso Truck Europe S.A.
  • Wörth, Germany - Mercedes-Benz Plant


References

External Links

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