Beijing Benz Automotive Co., Ltd. (BBAC)
Overview
Address
Beijing Benz Automotive Co., Ltd.
No. 8 Boxing Rd.,
Beijing Economic Technological Development Area (BDA)
Beijing 100176
P.R. China
Phone
Phone: +86 10 6782 4888
Production
Mercedes-Benz C-Class, E-Class (long version for the Chinese market), GLK, 4-cylinder engines (3C production and assembly) and 6-cylinder engines (assembly)
In 2006, Beijing Benz Automotive Co., Ltd. (BBAC), a joint venture between Daimler and its Chinese partner BAIC, commenced local production of Mercedes-Benz passenger cars in Beijing. Production of the C-Class Sedan began in spring 2008. Since May 2010, BBAC has been manufacturing the current E-Class in a long version that is especially adapted to the needs of the Chinese market. In December 2011, the facility began producing a third model, the GLK. In September 2012, the cornerstone was laid for the future production of compact cars. In 2013 the new engine plant started to produce the engines for the Mercedes-Benz cars and vans that are manufactured in China. In addition, a new R&D center will focus on testing and adapting vehicles. It will also conduct R&D activities in cooperation with suppliers.
Facts & Figures
Plant area
2,298,626 sqm
Built-on plant area
1,209,980 sqm
Number of employees (as of December 31, 2013)
8,878
Start of production
2006
Annual production (as of December 31, 2013)
119,815
History
2006
The plant begins to produce Mercedes-Benz vehicles.
2008
C-Class production begins.
2010
Production launch of the long version of the E-Class for the Chinese market.
2011
Production launch of the GLK.
2012
Cornerstone laid for the future production of compact cars.
2013
Opening of the engine plant: production of 4-cylinder engines and assembly of 6-cylinder engines
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