Mercedes-Benz Hungary launches new production

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The Hungarian unit of German Mercedes-Benz launched the production of its CLA and CLA Shooting Brake models in Kecskemét, with the supported of the firm’s sister plant in Rastatt, Germany, according to a press release issued today.

The models are exclusively manufactured in Kecskemét for the global market, Christian Wolff, Mercedes-Benz Manufacturing Hungary Kft. CEO, said. He added that the addition to the plant’s portfolio is another acknowledgment of the facility’s competence in the area of compact cars. 

Mercedes-Benz Manufacturing Hungary Kft. employs a staff of approximately 4,000 in the country. Last year the plant turned out more than 180,000 compact cars.

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