Case Study Of Mercedes-Benz Motors

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Mercedes-Benz cars division includes a variety of luxury vehicles and its sub-brands such as Mercedes-AMG and Mercedes-Maybach. The wide range of these vehicles the compact model of A-Class, B-Class, and C-Class to various sport utility vehicles, roadsters, coupes and convertibles, and the luxury sedans S-Class. An additional product of a high quality small car, i.e. Smart Brand. Germany is the main country of manufacturing, but some division has production facilities in the United States, China, France, Hungary, Romania, South Africa, India, Vietnam and Indonesia. Since August 2013, Valmet Automotive in Finland has been produced the A-Class models. Mercedes-Benz own now 18 production sites worldwide. In the medium term, it anticipates significant growth in worldwide demand for automobiles and above-average growth in the luxury cars segment. The company is looking forward to exploit their potential, in order to…show more content…
The product portfolio of the financial division primary consists of wide variety of tailored financing and leasing packages for customers and dealers, and also it provides another types of services such as insurance, fleet management services, investment products and credit cards, as well as various mobility services such as the “moovel” mobility platform, the “mytaxi” app and the flexible car2go car-sharing concept. The most important activities of the division are in Western Europe and North America, and increasingly Asia as well. During the review of the year, Daimler Financial Services financed or leased more than four out of ten vehicles sold by the Daimler Group. The division’s contract volume of €99.0 billion covers more than 3.3 million vehicles. Daimler Financial Services also holds a 45% interest in the Toll Collect consortium, which operates an electronic road-charging system for trucks on highways in

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