Hamburg, Germany

Axles and axle components, components for e-mobility, steering columns, exhaust components, lightweight structural parts

Foundation year: 1935

Number of employees: > 2,500

  • 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. It will supply electrified axles for the EQC1 to the Mercedes-Benz plant in Bremen, for example.
  • There are also the traditional product areas ranging from axles and axle components to steering columns and lightweight structural parts, right up to components for exhaust technology.
  • At least one product from the Hamburg plant can be found in every Mercedes-Benz car.
  • Aspects of environmental management have been firmly established at the Mercedes-Benz plant in Hamburg for many years, and are given great importance.
  • Founded in 1935 as Vidal & Sohn Tempowerk GmbH, the Hamburg plant became a Daimler-Benz AG location in 1978.

1Combined power consumption: 20.8 – 19.7 kWh/100 km; CO2 emissions, combined: 0 g/km*.
*Power consumption and range were determined on the basis of Directive 692/2008/EC. Power consumption and range depend on the vehicle configuration.


 

 

Further information

Location manager: René Reif
Homepage: www.werk-hamburg.mercedes-benz.com
As per 31.12.2018