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22Sep16 01:00 PRN Daimler Financial Services appoints Udo Neumann Global Chief Information Officer
22Sep16 10:04 PRN Sibylle Wankel succeeds Dr. Sabine Maaßen on the Daimler Supervisory Board
27Jul16 09:35 PRN Mercedes-Benz is presenting the first fully electric truck for heavy distribution operations
21Jul16 09:06 PRN Supervisory Board of Daimler AG appoints Britta Seeger as Member of the Board of Management for Mercedes-Benz Cars Marketing & Sales
21Jul16 10:13 PRN Daimler continues along its successful course - record unit sales in second quarter and first half of 2016
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Mercedes-Benz starts pick-up production, but not for Nafta and Asia

  • 30 Sep 16

Daimler’s CEO Dieter Zetsche stated at the Paris Motorshow that the cooperation between Daimler and Renault-Nissan has been expanded during the course of 2016. He focused on four topics: Smart cars will eventually also be available as full-electric cars using Renault’s engines and Daimler’s batteries. The Smart fortwo is to continue to be produced in Daimler’s Hambach/Alsace factory while the forfour is to be produced in Renault’s Slovenian plant along with the Renault Twingo. Daimler and Nissan have laid the foundation for a car plant in Mexico in 2015. Starting in 2017, this plant will produce premium compact cars for the Infiniti brand and from 2018 for the Mercedes-Benz brand. An all-new Mercedes-Benz pick-up will be produced in Renault’s Argentine plant and in Nissan’s Spanish plant. The car will be based on Nissan’s NP300 but, according to Daimler, will look different. It intends to sell the pick-up in all markets outside North America and Asia. We believe that this limitation is a Nissan request and wonder how many of these cars can be sold outside these two regions. A Nissan engine plant in the USA has been producing 2L, 4-cylinder gasoline engines for Daimler since 2014. This plant is currently being expanded to increase the capacity. During the last two years, it has produced some 250,000 engines for Daimler and these are used in cars for the Nafta market as well as for Africa. Additionally, engine components are shipped to Germany.