Mercedes-Benz car plants restart global production
After a production suspension period caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Mercedes-Benz car plants have restarted production step by step. From June onwards, all Mercedes-Benz AG plants worldwide will be restarted. On April 20, the engine and component plants in Germany gradually resumed production first, followed by the Mercedes-Benz car assembly plants.
The international Mercedes-Benz production sites have also incrementally resumed production in parallel.
Mercedes-Benz Cars Operations (MO) is responsible for passenger car production at over 30 locations around the world as part of a flexible and efficient production network. After a country-specific period of work suspension, all Mercedes-Benz AG car plants worldwide will be restarting from June. Production in China has been gradually resumed since February 10, 2020. In parallel to the restart of the German Mercedes-Benz production locations, all other international locations have resumed operations since the middle of April. These include the plants in Sebes / Cugir (Romania) that manufacture transmissions for Mercedes-Benz vehicles.