Actros

  • Beijing, China , Sep 23, 2022 - Beijing Foton Daimler Automotive (BFDA), the joint venture of Daimler Truck Holding AG (“Daimler Truck”) and Foton Motor, celebrates the first locally produced Mercedes-Benz trucks with an inauguration ceremony at its new state-of-the-art production site in Huairou, Beijing. With the start of the series-production as scheduled, Daimler Truck is opening a new chapter in China.
  • Stuttgart/Hanover, Sep 19, 2022 - With pioneering innovations, Mercedes-Benz Trucks has, over recent years, elevated the various models of the Actros series to a very high level in terms of their efficiency, comfort and safety for all road users. The manufacturer with the star at the IAA Transportation 2022 trade fair in Hanover will show which innovative solutions Mercedes-Benz Trucks intends to use to further expand its strong market position in this segment with the help of the Actros L, the Actros L Edition 3 and the Actros F plus.
  • Stuttgart / Wörth am Rhein, Aug 30, 2022 - The Torello Group, a long-standing business partner of Mercedes-Benz Trucks Italy, continues to rely on vehicles from Daimler Truck to modernize its fleet. Karin Rådström, CEO of Mercedes-Benz Trucks, personally presented the Torello family with the keys to their 1000th Mercedes-Benz Actros at the Wörth am Rhein Customer Center.
  • Stuttgart/München, Jun 21, 2022 - Uneven terrain, narrow access roads, limited room for maneuvering, transportation of heavy equipment and materials: Construction sites logistics are challenging for commercial vehicles. Mercedes-Benz Trucks offers an ample portfolio to serve almost every segment, as the company's attendance at this year’s bauma in Munich, the world’s leading trade show for the construction industry, will demonstrate.
  • Stuttgart, Feb 18, 2022 - The Actros L Driver Extent+ further enhances the Mercedes-Benz premium truck and definitely makes for an unforgettable driving experience. The new special edition model is striking with its exclusive design and first-class comfort. A driver’s dream, strictly limited to 150 units.
  • Stuttgart, Dec 21, 2021 - Almost every third construction vehicle in Germany carries a star on its radiator grille. And the construction business has a great tradition in relying on the brand with the star: Mercedes-Benz can now look back on some 125 years of experience in the construction industry.
  • Stuttgart, Dec 9, 2021 - Elmar List from Drolshagen always makes sure to show his appreciation of his drivers’ performance. “I can rely on my drivers,” says List, who runs his own haulage company.
  • Stuttgart, Nov 12, 2021 - The Actros has reinvented itself over and over and again for a quarter of a century: right from the start in terms of efficiency, safety, reliability or comfort and recently regarding electromobility too.
  • São Paulo / Stuttgart, Nov 3, 2021 - Mercedes-Benz do Brasil launches the Mercedes-Benz Arocs 8x4 specifically designed and engineered for Brazilian as well as Latin American customers. Based on the European model of the truck, this adapted version withstands extreme operating situations, characterized by demanding terrains and challenging routes in Latin America.
  • Stuttgart/Wörth am Rhein, Sep 21, 2021 - The energy revolution in the road haulage industry is focussing the minds of transport operators more than ever on the question of the best drive technology to serve their needs.
  • Stuttgart/Pretoria, Sep 14, 2021 - Daimler Trucks and Buses Southern Africa recently handed over an impressive fleet of 90 Mercedes-Benz Actros 2645LS trucks to one of its esteemed customers - Bakers SA Limited.
  • Stuttgart/Milton Keynes (United Kingdom), Aug 18, 2021 - On 18 August 1896 Gottlieb Daimler presented the very first motorised truck in the world. It was sold by Daimler to British Motor Syndicate, an automobile company in London.
  • Stuttgart/Wörth am Rhein, Aug 12, 2021 - Tobias Wöllmer from the Gressel haulage company in Neustadt an der Aisch recently collected his Actros Edition 2 from the Customer Centre at the Mercedes-Benz plant in Wörth. The driver now drives a special model limited to 400 units.
  • Stuttgart, Jun 22, 2021 - Whether in terms of efficiency, safety or comfort, the Mercedes-Benz Actros has been setting a high standard for trucks in the long-distance haulage and heavy-duty distribution haulage sectors since 1996.
  • Stuttgart, May 11, 2021 - Mercedes-Benz Trucks is taking another important step in the digitization of its vehicles. In practical tests, Mercedes-Benz Actros trucks have for the first time paid automatically for fuel at Shell service stations in Stuttgart, Germany. T
  • Stuttgart / Wörth, May 4, 2021 - Polished to high gloss and ready for hand over – the first of only 400 special Edition 2 Actros trucks will soon be gladden its new owner while the next vehicles are waiting to be finalized. Around 40 additional options for the interior and exterior as well as special design elements give the Edition 2 an unmistakeable character. The result: a premium Actros with a "wow" effect.
  • Stuttgart, Apr 28, 2021 - Accidents involving trucks turning off to the right are among the worst type of accident that can happen on inner-city roads, and not just for unprotected road users like cyclists and pedestrians, but also for the drivers themselves.
  • Stuttgart/Rems-Murr district, Apr 7, 2021 - In the fight against the corona virus pandemic and in a bid to speed up the vaccination campaign in the Rems-Murr district, the head of the district's council, Dr Richard Sigel has joined forces with Baden-Württemberg's Ministry for Social Affairs and drawn up a unique concept within the State of Baden-Württemberg which will see a mobile doctor's practice being used directly in the towns and villages of the district.
  • Stuttgart, Mar 29, 2021 - When it comes to increasing vehicle safety, Mercedes-Benz Trucks has always been a pioneer in the industry. The company has invested hundreds of millions of Euros per year in research and development, for assistance systems to provide even greater assistance to drivers in their work and increase safety for all road users.
  • Crailsheim/Stuttgart/Vreden/Aachen, Mar 25, 2021 - International foodstuffs producer Vion wants to significantly reduce its fuel consumption and CO2 emissions over the coming years. The company has set itself the aim of reducing its emissions in German meat distribution operations by eight percent.
  • Stuttgart/Oberhof, Feb 9, 2021 - It's essential, but too much is too much: not only COVID-19, but also unfavourable snow conditions created challenges for the Biathlon World Cup in Oberhof.
  • Wiesbaden, Jan 26, 2021 - Typically short routes and as a result frequent starts and stops: waste disposal companies demand extreme robustness from trucks. And adherence to schedules and constant availability – the demands on the recycling and waste disposal sector are immense.
  • Stuttgart / Böblingen, Jan 22, 2021 - Two new Mercedes-Benz Actros 1848 LS tipper semitrailers work non-stop for the project of the new Airfield Hospital in Böblingen-Sindelfingen.
  • Stuttgart, Jan 15, 2021 - The new Actros F is an entry route to the world of Mercedes-Benz trucks and is particularly aimed at those customers looking for a functional truck but who do not necessarily need every new innovation of the latest Actros generation.
  • Stuttgart / Warsaw, Nov 6, 2020 - The Mercedes-Benz Actros has already received numerous awards, including the prestigious "International Truck of the Year 2020" title - selected by a jury of expert international journalists.
  • Stuttgart, Sep 23, 2020 - When it comes to increasing vehicle safety, Mercedes-Benz Trucks has always been a pioneer in the industry. The company has invested hundreds of millions of euros per year in research and development, for assistance systems to provide even greater assistance to drivers in their work and increase safety for all road users.
  • Stuttgart, Sep 23, 2020 - With groundbreaking innovations, the newest Actros generation from Mercedes-Benz Trucks takes everything to a very high level with more efficiency for hauliers, better comfort for truckers and improved safety for all road users.
  • Wörth am Rhein, Aug 7, 2020 - Dirk Stranz is very matter-of-fact when it comes to trucks. "We build the vehicles that transport goods – and they have to be able to do that both safely and efficiently," says the test engineer from Mercedes-Benz Trucks as he walks down the staircase from his office in the Wörth development and testing centre into the foyer.
  • Stuttgart, Jul 31, 2020 - In 2018, the launch of the latest Actros model series saw Mercedes-Benz Trucks premiere a comprehensively networked workplace with colour displays in the form of their intuitively operable Multimedia Cockpit. Two standard screens form the centrepiece of the so-called human-machine interface – or HMI for short. These serve as the central source of information for the driver:
  • Mercedes-Benz do Brasil, Jul 28, 2020 - Mercedes-Benz do Brasil has received an order for 100 heavy trucks from Transportadora Contatto, a Brazilian transport company.
  • Stuttgart, Jul 16, 2020 - Oh how the workplace of truck drivers has changed over the decades! A quick look at the cockpits and steering wheels of the different model series makes clear the technical transformation which the so-called human-machine interface (HMI) in trucks has undergone through the past decades.
  • Ladbergen / Stuttgart , Jun 24, 2020 - Freshening up, taking a shower, finding a toilet – elementary needs for truck drivers on tour. However, during the Covid-19 lockdown it has been impossible for many truck drivers to use sanitary and washing facilities.
  • Stuttgart/Frankfurt-Hahn, May 15, 2020 - In Germany it is now compulsory to wear a mask covering both nose and mouth in many workplaces, on public transport and in shops. As a result the demand for protective masks has once again risen steeply.
  • Ibbenbüren , Apr 2, 2020 - At times when it's hard to motivate people to become professional drivers, the importance of driving schools is well and truly in the spotlight.
  • Stuttgart, Mar 24, 2020 - Cameras on the roof frame and displays at the A-pillars: the new Actros is easy to recognise at first glance due to the missing rearview and wide-angle mirrors.
  • Stuttgart, Mar 9, 2020 - Germany – Daimler Truck AG is supporting the Tilly Lahnstein School, a vocational school for blind and visually impaired students run by German charity Nikolauspflege, with a donation of 25,000 euros.
  • Stuttgart, Feb 19, 2020 - The fuel consumption of the Actros has been steadily reduced over the past decades. In typical long-distance transport operations, for example, savings of up to 15 percent have been achieved between 2011 and the introduction of the new Actros from 2019.
  • Oulu, Feb 12, 2020 - Minus temperatures and icy roads, short days and poor visibility: Winter presents both the trucks and their drivers with a particular challenge. Finnish transport company Vähälä has 65 of their own trucks and is putting their trust in the new Actros for their daily routines in the extreme conditions of Finland which are unmatched across the rest of the continent.
  • Stuttgart, Feb 6, 2020 - the new Actros is a compelling proposition – first of all in daily operation with more and more European transport companies, and then also as the winner of numerous awards across the whole of Europe. Such awards underline the fact that the flagship of Mercedes-Benz Trucks continues to set standards for safety, efficiency and connectivity. The new Actros is the truck for the 2020s.
  • Stuttgart, Jan 14, 2020 - The new Actros is now on the road for the first time as an open car transporter for the Austrian logistics service provider Lagermax. With its new flagship from Mercedes-Benz Trucks, this family-owned company from Salzburg with 3600 employees makes its mark as an innovative leader in a fiercely competitive line of business.
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