Arocs

  • Stuttgart/München, Jun 21, 2022 - Uneven terrain, narrow access roads, limited room for maneuvering, transportation of heavy equipment and materials: Construction sites logistics are challenging for commercial vehicles. Mercedes-Benz Trucks offers an ample portfolio to serve almost every segment, as the company's attendance at this year’s bauma in Munich, the world’s leading trade show for the construction industry, will demonstrate.
  • Stuttgart / Moscow , Jul 2, 2021 - DAIMLER KAMAZ RUS (DK RUS), the Joint Venture between Daimler Trucks and its Russian partner KAMAZ, has received a large order from the Russian construction company Partner Group.
  • Stuttgart, Mar 29, 2021 - When it comes to increasing vehicle safety, Mercedes-Benz Trucks has always been a pioneer in the industry. The company has invested hundreds of millions of Euros per year in research and development, for assistance systems to provide even greater assistance to drivers in their work and increase safety for all road users.
  • Stuttgart / Swindon (UK), Mar 3, 2021 - Jason Ward always places great emphasis on the technology on board his new vehicles and, up to now, has opted for a somewhat discreet design on his Arocs four-axle trucks: inconspicuous white.
  • Wiesbaden, Jan 26, 2021 - Typically short routes and as a result frequent starts and stops: waste disposal companies demand extreme robustness from trucks. And adherence to schedules and constant availability – the demands on the recycling and waste disposal sector are immense.
  • Stuttgart / East Kilbride bei Glasgow, Dec 18, 2020 - A displacement of 15.6 litres, a six-cylinder in-line engine with 425 kW (580 hp), four axles of which two are driven – those are the key statistics for the Arocs 3258 8x4 which is now being used in the fight against sewage system dirt in Scotland. A steered rear axle makes the four-axle truck as agile as a three-axle vehicle so that it can reach its destination even on winding roads.
  • Stuttgart, Sep 23, 2020 - When it comes to increasing vehicle safety, Mercedes-Benz Trucks has always been a pioneer in the industry. The company has invested hundreds of millions of euros per year in research and development, for assistance systems to provide even greater assistance to drivers in their work and increase safety for all road users.
  • Stuttgart, Sep 23, 2020 - Construction calls for a hands-on approach. It's a tough job that requires hardy workers. The new Mercedes-Benz Arocs has all the qualities required to be the perfect partner for construction-related transport: powerful engines, varied drive configurations and a robust chassis for the sustainable development of industry-appropriate vehicle bodies.
  • London, Sep 8, 2020 - As a specialist in waste management, LondonEnergy is on the move in the tight streets of the British capital. Here it is especially important to complete the task as well and safely as possible.
  • Porthcawl, Jul 9, 2020 - The Mercedes-Benz Arocs is a handsome eye-catcher just on its own. However, the fleet of Tony Rees from Porthcawl in the UK is it also at second glance. This proud customer of Mercedes-Benz Trucks is an avowed fan of Formula 1™.
  • Vacha/Thuringia, Jun 16, 2020 - The Thuringia-based transport and excavation company, Luzia Knackert, relies on the new Arocs 1848 for both road and construction site operations
  • Stuttgart / Immendingen, Feb 21, 2020 - The automated snow removal by two self-driving Mercedes-Benz Arocs in Immendingen shows a successful application for automated commercial vehicles in closed areas.
  • Munich, Apr 9, 2019 - The Bauma 2019 exhibition is aiming for a new record: more than 3,500 exhibitors from fifty-five countries and over 600,000 visitors are expected between 8 and 14 April in Munich. In addition to vehicles, the world's most important construction industry trade show presents many digital offerings to exhibitors and audiences this year.
  • Stuttgart, Apr 8, 2019 - The new Arocs remains true to its virtues, and continues to excel with power, robustness and efficiency. At the same time the Mercedes-Benz Trucks flagship for construction operations offers digital applications for the construction sector.
  • Sweden, Feb 12, 2019 - When the roads need to be kept clear of snow and ice during Sweden's winter, the only option is to call in the heavy machinery.
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