About the Daimler Buses plant in Neu-Ulm:
The Neu-Ulm plant was founded in 1991 by Karl Kässbohrer Fahrzeugwerke GmbH. Through the merger of Mercedes-Benz bus production with the Kässbohrer brand Setra, the plant became part of Daimler Buses or its wholly owned subsidiary EvoBus GmbH in 1995.
Final assembly for coaches of the Mercedes-Benz and Setra brands takes place at the Neu-Ulm plant. At the same time, Neu-Ulm is the paint competence center for the entire Western European production network. Intercity and touring coach seats are produced in the seat production facility located here. The development center for safety and assistance systems, the test facility for integral vehicles, and the "Customer Services & Parts" division with its competence center for 3D printed parts are also based in Neu-Ulm. Bus handovers take place at the Setra Customer Center, and the Design Center advises customers on the interior and exterior design of their buses.
Additional location: Mannheim, Daimler Buses GmbH: Daimler Truck
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