Three-millionth truck from Wörth factory

  • Date
    27 July 2006
  • Description
    A Mercedes-Benz Actros 1841 LS semitrailer tractor with BlueTec 5 technology leaves the assembly line as three-millionth vehicle to be built at the Wörth factory. With its 10,000 employees, Wörth is the world's biggest truck assembly plant.
Handover ceremony of the three millionth truck in Wörth: 
Hubertus Troska (left), Head of the Business Unit Mercedes-Benz Trucks and Jean-Louis Alloin, President of the Alloin Groupe, in front of the anniversary vehicle, an Actros 1841 LS
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Handover ceremony of the three millionth truck in Wörth
Handover ceremony of the three millionth truck in Wörth: 
Hubertus Troska (left), Head of the Business Unit Mercedes-Benz Trucks and Jean-Louis Alloin, President of the Alloin Groupe, Martin Daum, Plant Manager DaimlerChrysler plant in Wörth, in front of the anniversary vehicle, an Actros 1841 LS and the first LP 608 truck produced in Wörth in 1965.
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Handover ceremony of the three millionth truck in Wörth
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