Gaggenau, Mercedes-Benz Werk

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Hauptstraße 107
76568 Gaggenau

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Daimler AG
Mercedes-Benz Werk Gaggenau
76568 Gaggenau

The Mercedes-Benz plant Gaggenau was founded as "Bergmann-Industriewerke GmbH" in 1894, making it the oldest automotive plant in the world. With around 6,600 employees it is both, the city's biggest employer and the biggest training company in the region. The facility produces manual and automatic transmissions, planetary gear and portal axles, torque converters and press parts, among others for the Mercedes-Benz A- and B-Class. The gear portfolio ranges from manual transmissions for passenger cars up to power units for heavy weight trucks. 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. Since 2011, the press shop in Kuppenheim produces body outer skin components and structural parts for Mercedes-Benz. One of the worldwide most modern body presses comes into use.

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