Mercedes-Benz Argentina S.A.
Mercedes-Benz Argentina S.A.
Blvd. Azucena Villaflor 435
Puerto Madero (C1107CII),
Buenos Aires
Phone: +54 11 4808-8700
Van body and assembly plant (Sprinter) & assembly of Mercedes-Benz chassis
Built in 1951, Mercedes-Benz Argentina S.A. was the first plant to be located outside Germany. The Industrial Centre bears the name of the 5-time 
Formula 1 World Champion Juan Manuel Fangio. The Sprinter models T1N and urban buses are produced here and as of 2012 the Sprinter NCV3.
Facts & Figures
Number of employees (as of December 31, 2013)
Mercedes Benz Vans: 1,571
Daimler Buses: 212
Plant founded
September 1951
The company set up in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Juan Manuel Fangio took over the chairmanship of the Board of Directors of Mercedes-Benz Argentina S.A.
September 1996
The factory’s prospects grew as investment was announced for the production of the Sprinter (T1N).
The parent company assigned production of the Sprinter with “right-hand drive” and other adaptations required by the countries concerned to the Argentinean subsidiary.
MB Argentina announced the start of its exports to China and, in its 19+1 version, to Germany. The export of locally produced vehicles to the parent company’s country represented a landmark event for the Argentinean motor industry.
The company invested in the installation of a new production line (NCV3) and in the development of motor parts.
as of 2012
Production in Argentina will switch over to the current generation of the Sprinter (NCV3).
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