The latest stories and background information about Mercedes‑Benz Mobility at a glance.
Mercedes-Benz inaugurated first European Charging Hub in Mannheim
Mercedes-Benz today inaugurated its first own German charging hub in Mannheim. By the end of the decade, Mercedes-Benz plans to establish more than 2,000 of its own charging stations worldwide with over 10,000 fast-charging points.
Mercedes-Benz launches first EV charging hub in North America
With the launch of its first Mercedes-Benz Charging Hub, located at Mercedes-Benz USA's headquarters in Sandy Springs, Georgia, Mercedes-Benz is setting new standards for fast, convenient, environmentally friendly and reliable charging of electric vehicles, while at the same time helping to increase the acceptance of electric vehicles in the U.S. market.
In this episode, Franz Reiner delves into the question of what a high-performance culture truly entails and how leaders can contribute to its creation. Joining him is the former German national football player and manager, Thomas Hitzlsperger.
Mercedes-Benz is launching a pilot project for smart charging solutions for fleets together with the energy supplier EWE, the Research Centre for Energy Economics (FfE) and The Mobility House, a provider of charging solutions. For this purpose, the car manufacturer is operating 10 Mercedes-EQ models in the fleet of Wernsing Feinkost (Oldenburg in Germany).
This is how the dual course of study at Mercedes‑Benz Mobility and Mercedes‑Benz Bank works
Noah Engmann and Jan Wolf are dual students of business informatics at Mercedes‑Benz Mobility and Mercedes‑Benz Bank. We met them under the motto #MeetOurFuture to learn more about their studies and their work in our companies.
BMW Group and Mercedes‑Benz Mobility intend to sell their car-sharing joint venture SHARE NOW to Stellantis
Mercedes‑Benz Mobility and BMW Group intend to sell their joint venture SHARE NOW to Stellantis. The three companies recently signed an agreement to this effect and agreed not to disclose the details of the transaction. It is also subject to the approval of the relevant antitrust authorities.
Change in the organisational structure: Mercedes‑Benz Mobility realigns its Board of Management
Mercedes-Benz Mobility is adapting its global organisational structure following a strategic realignment. In the future, the 35 national subsidiaries that manage the leasing, financing and insurance business for Mercedes‑Benz customers in these markets will be steered directly. At the same time, there will be a new Board of Management function responsible for Sales & Marketing.
Mr Reiner, what does the name "Mercedes‑Benz Mobility" stand for?
The date 29 January 2022 marks a special day for our company. Daimler Mobility will become Mercedes‑Benz Mobility. What does that mean exactly? What will “Mercedes‑Benz Mobility” stand for, and what will be our focus in the future? In order to get detailed answers to these questions, we asked our CEO, Franz Reiner.