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Daimler's Mexican Division Braces for Change

Daimler Flavio Rivera by Joe Howard/Transport Topics

PUERTO VALLARTA, Mexico — The adoption of tougher emissions standards and the arrival of a new Mexican president are among the key changes Daimler Commercial Vehicles Mexico will face in the year ahead and beyond, company President Flavio Rivera said here.

Joe Howard | Executive Editor
November 29, 2018
Business

Ola Kallenius Appointed First Non-German to Lead Daimler

Daimler CEO Zetsche Daimler AG CEO Dieter Zetsche. (Mikael Sjoberg/Bloomberg Business)

Daimler AG accelerated a management transition, appointing development head Ola Kallenius to replace CEO Dieter Zetsche ahead of schedule as the German carmaker confronts jarring changes in the automotive industry.

Bloomberg News
September 26, 2018
Business, Technology

Redesigned Sprinter Offers Enhanced Suite of Technologies

The redesigned Sprinter The redesigned Sprinter van provides a suite of technologies. (Joe Howard/Transport Topics)

HANOVER, Germany — The redesigned Sprinter van from Daimler Trucks and Buses gives commercial customers a suite of technologies that offers a way for fleet managers, vehicles and drivers to stay connected via a system tailored to their needs, the company said during the IAA Commercial Vehicles show.

Joe Howard | Executive Editor
September 25, 2018
Business, Technology, Equipment, Autonomous

Daimler Plots Two-for-One Autonomous Van for City Transport

Autonomous van Daimler's Urbanetic rendered as a people carrier. (Daimler AG)

Daimler AG is developing an autonomous electric vehicle that can toggle between a people carrier and a delivery van as the German manufacturer seeks an edge over rivals such as Alphabet Inc.’s Waymo and Deutsche Post AG in shaping the future of mobility.

Leonard Kehnscherper | Bloomberg News
September 10, 2018
Business, Technology, Equipment, Autonomous

Daimler Equips Mercedes Actros With Automated Steering, Braking

Actros New Mercedes-Benz Actros. (Mercedez-Benz via Youtube)

Daimler AG is equipping its flagship Mercedes-Benz truck with technology that can take the wheel in situations ranging from stop-and-go city driving to highway cruising.

Christoph Rauwald | Bloomberg News
September 5, 2018
Government, Business, Technology, Autonomous, TCA

Daimler, Bosch to Launch Self-Driving Car Service in Silicon Valley

Bosch A Robert Bosch GmbH parking sensor column stands on display during an Automated Valet Parking demonstration at the Mercedes-Benz TecDay event in Stuttgart, Germany. (Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg News)

As self-driving vehicle experiments are launched in a few cities around the United States, Mercedes-Benz maker Daimler AG and a prominent auto supplier are launching a new one in the place that would seem most receptive: Silicon Valley.

Nathan Bomey | USA Today
July 11, 2018
Business, Equipment, Fuel

Daimler’s Emissions Issues Mount With Truck Engine Sale Stop

Alex Kraus/Bloomberg News

Daimler AG halted deliveries of one type of diesel engine for trucks over their emissions setup, less than a month after recalling 774,000 autos with prohibited shutoff devices.

Rainer Buergin | Bloomberg News
July 9, 2018
Business, Equipment

German Auto Stocks Decline on Threat of 20% Tariff

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German automotive stocks fell after U.S. President Donald Trump threatened to impose a 20% tariff on all European car imports, escalating his demand for concessions aimed at lowering the U.S. trade deficit.

Anthony Palazzo and Chris Reiter | Bloomberg News
June 22, 2018
Business, Technology, Fuel

Freightliner Unveils All-Electric eCascadia, eM2 Models

The Freightliner eCascadia and eM2 electric vehicles Daimler Trucks North America

PORTLAND, Ore. — Freightliner Trucks introduced the first all-electric versions of its heavy-duty Cascadia and medium-duty M2 models here, a major step toward bringing a full lineup of electric trucks to the North American market.

Seth Clevenger | Managing Editor, Features
June 6, 2018
Business, Equipment, Logistics

Daimler, Deutsche Telekom Settle Toll-Collection Dispute

Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg News

Daimler AG and Deutsche Telekom AG agreed to a 3.2 billion-euro ($3.8 billion) deal with the German government, ending a spat over the clunky start of a system to collect truck tolls that had become one of the country’s longest-running legal disputes.

Karin Matussek and Stefan Nicola | Bloomberg News
May 21, 2018

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