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The 100,000th Mercedes-Benz Vehicle Rolls Off Its Pekan Assembly Line

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The 100,000th Mercedes-Benz Vehicle Rolls Off Its Pekan Assembly Line


This marks yet another milestone for Mercedes-Benz Malaysia 

Mercedes-Benz Malaysia celebrates yet another milestone as its Production Plant in Pekan has just confirmed the rolling out of its 100,000th passenger car. This achievement proves the brand’s commitment and dedication to manufacturing excellence and innovation in the luxury automotive industry and proves why it is one of the most preferred brands in the country.Fashion Week

Mercedes-Benz Malaysia is committed to boost the local economy with continuous investment efforts of over RM500 million to date in its Pekan plant, strengthening the company’s local vehicle production quality and fostering the growth of the most desirable automotive brand in the World while also assisting in improving the country’s image on a global scale.

Moreover, Amanda Zhang, President & CEO of Mercedes-Benz Cars Malaysia & Head of Region, Mercedes-Benz Cars SEA II shared, “Mercedes-Benz is the first and only luxury automotive manufacturer to master the local production process in Malaysia.”

“Since its establishment in 2004, the Mercedes-Benz Production Plant in Pekan has played a pivotal role in shaping the Malaysian automotive landscape. This year’s milestone achievement highlights the plant’s remarkable evolvement and journey, reinforcing our commitment to strengthening our foothold in the luxury car segment.” She added.Mercedes-Benz

What’s more, Mercedes-Benz Malaysia also achieved another important milestone earlier this year with the successful start of the locally- assembled EQS 500 4MATIC. This accelerated the brand’s electric mobility drive and continues to shape the future of its automotive manufacturing, as well as the direction of its plant in Malaysia.

In this way, the company is consistently implementing the Mercedes-Benz strategy toward ‘electric only.’ As the brand strives to advocate an all-electric future in line with its global vision, Mercedes-Benz Cars will be ready to go all-electric by the end of this decade wherever market conditions allow.

Mercedes-Benz Malaysia ’s commitment to sustainability is a fundamental aspect of its business strategy, in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs). In “Ambition 2039,”,the company has set the target of making the fleet of new vehicles net carbon-neutral over the vehicles’ entire life cycle by 2039.Fashion Week

Mercedes-Benz, together with its contract manufacturing partner, HICOM Automotive are working towards a Green Production Target for the production plant to ensure that the best practices are adopted in the reduction of energy, water and waste; while increasing the percentage of renewable energy in its production. This includes the aspiration to increase its renewable energy source from 30 percent (current) to 85 percent by the end of the decade.


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