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Daimler Truck Unveils Next Commercial Vehicle Centre

Daimler Trucks new centre

Daimler Truck has had its ground-breaking ceremony for the new Mercedes-Benz commercial vehicle centre in

Daimler Truck has hosted its ground-breaking ceremony for the new Mercedes-Benz commercial vehicle centre in Munich Aschheim on Klausnerstrasse.

The commercial vehicle centre in Aschheim is being built on a 44,500 square meter site at Klausnerstrasse 44-48 in the commercial area. From the outset, the location will also be designed for commercial vehicles powered by battery and fuel cell technology. From 2025, sales and service of Mercedes-Benz and FUSO trucks as well as service of Mercedes-Benz and Setra buses and Mercedes-Benz vans will be offered in Aschheim. The location will also function as a rental base for CharterWay vehicles.

In the new building, around 100 employees will offer individual and comprehensive support to Mercedes-Benz commercial vehicle customers from the region in a state-of-the-art atmosphere. The location directly on the A99 at the Kirchheim junction near Munich enables optimal connections to the existing infrastructure – also for long-distance traffic.

Particularly in the service area, the company will impress with its state-of-the-art technology on a workshop area of ​​around 3,200 square meters, for example a state-of-the-art roof workstation for buses or optimally equipped high-voltage workstations that are specifically designed for the repair of electric vehicles.

Volker Hüntrup, Head of Own Retail Europe at Mercedes-Benz Trucks: “The further development of the group’s own sales network is an important component of our strategy. In the past few months we have put five additional commercial vehicle centers into operation: in Haan near Wuppertal, Piacenza and Brescia in Italy, Velký Týnec in the Czech Republic and most recently in Stuttgart in March. The construction or modernization of further locations in Hamburg, Würzburg and Koblenz is being planned. The truck business is fundamentally very complex, requires intensive advice and is characterized by strong relationships between us and our customers. We are in close contact with our customers through our group-owned trading operations and locations and can continually develop our products and services to suit our customers. For this reason, we are deeply convinced that our own retail operations will continue to be critical to the success of our business in the future and are continuing to invest massively in the future of our locations.”

SOURCE: Daimler Trucks

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