Mercedes-Benz Gaggenau Plant (with Rastatt, Bad Rotenfels and Kuppenheim Plant Location)
Daimler AG
Mercedes-Benz Gaggenau Plant
Hauptstraße 107
76568 Gaggenau
Phone: +49 7225 61-0
The Gaggenau plant was founded in 1894 and is thus the oldest automotive plant in the world. As a commercial vehicle plant, it is today part of the Daimler Trucks division's operations.
Manual and automated manual transmissions, axles, torque converters and pressed parts are manufactured for the Mercedes-Benz A- and B-Class, amongst others. The product portfolio of the transmissions product unit ranges from manual transmissions for passenger cars to heavy-duty commercial vehicle power trains.
In the converters and metal forming units, as well as in the international logistics consolidation center, products, components and services for automotive companies and suppliers worldwide are created.
Facts & Figures
Number of employees (as of December 2014)
Plant founded
Take-over of Carl Benz
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