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Ulrich Piotrowski, responsible for the market launch of hybrid and electric buses at Mercedes-Benz, handing over the two Mercedes-Benz Citaro G BlueTec Hybrid vehicles to Eckhard Schläfke, manager of Münster’s public transport company. From left to right: Eckhard Schläfke, manager of Münster’s public transport company, Ulrich Piotrowski, responsible for the market launch of hybrid and electric buses at Mercedes-Benz.
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From left to right: Tammo Voigt, Head of Public Transport Fleet Sales at Mercedes-Benz Buses, hands over the Mercedes-Benz Citaro G BlueTec Hybrid to Ulrich Jäger, Managing Director of WSW mobil GmbH.
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From left to right: Tammo Voigt, Head of Public Transport Fleet Sales at Mercedes-Benz Buses, hands over the Mercedes-Benz Citaro G BlueTec Hybrid to Ulrich Jäger, Managing Director of WSW mobil GmbH.
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Ulrich Piotrowski, the Market Launch Manager for Mercedes-Benz hybrid and electric buses, presented a symbolic key to Jörg Schuchtmann, the Operations Manager of Busservice Watzinger GmbH & Co. KG
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The Hamburger Hochbahn transport company's Mercedes-Benz Citaro FuelCELL Hybrid at its presentation at Hamburg's docks.
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Hartmut Schick outlines the production of hydrogen and its use in the Mercedes-Benz Citaro FuelCELL Hybrid to pupils in Hamburg.
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The first Mercedes-Benz Citaro FuelCELL Hybrid worldwide went into service in Hamburg on 17 August 2011. From left to right: Rainer Bomba, undersecretary at the German ministry of transport; Günter Elste CEO of Hamburger Hochbahn AG; Hartmut Schick head of Daimler Buses; Olaf Scholz, First Mayer of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg.
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In Singapore, the city of five million will soon use additional Citaro city-buses produced at the EvoBus plant in Mannheim. After the first order of 300 Citaro city-buses in April 2011, 450 additional buses have been ordered.
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Three Mercedes-Benz hybrid buses now in service at Stuttgarter Straßenbahnen
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Three Mercedes-Benz hybrid buses now in service at Stuttgarter Straßenbahnen: from right to left Hartmut Schick, head of Daimler Buses; Wolfgang Arnold, board member of Stuttgarter Straßenbahnen
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The most successful rural bus of all time: 30,000 Citaros in twelve years - (from left to right): Michael Göpfarth, Head of Sales at the Mercedes-Benz Bus and Coach Unit of EvoBus GmbH; Walter Rathberger, Managing and Executive Director of Linz Linien GmbH
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The most successful rural bus of all time: 30,000 Citaros in twelve years
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Klaus Dieregsweiler, Operations Manager at infra fürth verkehr gmbh (right) and  Michael Göpfarth, Executive Managing Director of the Mercedes-Benz Bus and Coach unit of EvoBus GmbH (left)
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Klaus Dieregsweiler, Operations Manager at infra fürth verkehr gmbh (left) and  Michael Göpfarth, Executive Managing Director of the Mercedes-Benz Bus and Coach unit of EvoBus GmbH (right)
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Daimler Buses Delivers 100 Mercedes-Benz Citaro Buses to Abu Dhabi: Daimler Buses will start delivery of 100 Mercedes-Benz Citaro buses to Abu Dhabi in July 2009. The buses will be used in the public transport system of the city of Al Ain, which has a population of 500,000.
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Hand-over of 20,000th Mercedes-Benz Citaro to customer: The Mercedes-Benz Citaro goes from strength to strength.  Its impressive total production volume of 20,000 units in just ten years is unique among regular-service buses.  Bus number 20,000 will be operated by travel company Pflieger Reise- und Verkehrs GmbH in Böblingen.
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Romanian capital will soon have 1000 Citaro urban buses in service
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Romanian capital will soon have 1000 Citaro urban buses in service
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DaimlerChrysler receives another major order for 500 Mercedes-Benz Citaro city buses for Bucharest
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DaimlerChrysler receives another major order for 500 Mercedes-Benz Citaro city buses for Bucharest
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British Airways has taken delivery of 38 Mercedes-Benz Citaro buses. The vehicles are to be used to transport passengers at Terminal 5 at Heathrow, which is due to open in March 2008.
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Eine Omnibusübergabe, die Umweltzeichen setzt. Bei der Überreichung des symbolischen Schlüssels durch Tammo Voigt, Leiter Verkauf ÖPNV Großflotte Mercedes-Benz Omnibusse (l.), an Prof. Dr.-Ing. Franz Heinrich (m.), Geschäftsführer der Saarbahn GmbH, hat auch der Wirtschafts- und Arbeitsminister Dr. Hanspeter Georgi (r.) einen Förderbescheid zur Anschaffung von neuen Dieselbussen an die Saarbahn GmbH übergeben. Die neuen Citaro Linienbusse erfüllen heute bereits den ab 2009 geforderten Euro 5-Standard und sind ihrer Zeit damit um Jahre voraus.
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First Bus-Way vehicles based on Mercedes-Benz Citaro G articulated bus now operating in the French city of Nantes: Since November 6, 2006 anyone waiting for the number 4 bus in Nantes could be forgiven for thinking that a tram has turned up in its place. In fact what they are actually looking at is one of the most cutting-edge articulated regular-service buses in Europe. The new vehicles are part of Bus-Way, an innovative transport initiative developed by the Nantes municipal authority. The concept is based on Mercedes-Benz Citaro buses with natural gas drive and a special, tram-inspired interior and exterior design. The weekend of 4-5 November 2006 saw the ceremonial launch of the first of these unique buses.
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Swedish bus operator Bergkvarabuss receives the 15,000th Mercedes-Benz Citaro: The Mercedes-Benz Citaro regular-service bus family is a truly remarkable success story to which a new chapter can now be added. Nine years after production launch, the Mercedes-Benz Bus and Coach unit has achieved another memorable milestone by handing over the 15,000th Citaro. Theodor Maurer, head of sales at EvoBus GmbH (right), and Günter Klemt, president of the EvoBus subsidiary in Sweden (left), presented the landmark vehicle – a Mercedes-Benz Citaro LE MÜ low-entry rural-service bus, part of a total consignment of 105 Citaro buses – to Göran Mellström, general manager of the Swedish bus company Bergkvarabuss AB (centre), at the „Persontrafik“ show in Stockholm on 20 October 2006.
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