Daimler committed to production in Kecskemét over long-term

Automotive

German automobile manufacturer Daimler is committed to long-term production at its plant in Kecskemét, Mercedes-Benz Manufacturing Hungary CEO Frank Klein said on Wednesday. Klein said that the fact that Daimler has 281 hectares of unused land available for expansion at the Kecskemét factory opened in March 2012 represents evidence of Daimler's long-term commitment to production at the plant. Daimler manufactures Mercedes-Benz B-Class and CLA-Class vehicles at the plant in Kecskemét. The company produces the latter model exclusively at the factory. Daimler employs 3,000 workers at the plant in central Hungary.

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