Magna supports new G-Class with world-class contract manufacturing
The newest Geländewagen maintains the DNA that has earned it a fame as one of the vital succesful and legendary off-road automobiles in historical past, whereas additionally including extra expertise and area to the automobile’s inside. Working on behalf of Daimler, all of it comes collectively in Magna’s meeting corridor in Graz, Austria.
In a pristine automotive meeting atmosphere, Magna crew members construct every G-Class with precision. Magna’s contract manufacturing crew takes immense pleasure of their data and talent at making superlative vehicles for probably the most discerning clients.
Within this atmosphere of workmanship and world-class manufacturing, Magna additionally employs the newest applied sciences to maintain the operation environment friendly and optimized. Smart manufacturing unit instruments resembling mixed-reality glasses have been carried out into the G-Class high quality inspection course of.
“Being the contract manufacturing partner for Daimler AG since 1979 is for me an expression of the constant trust that our customer places in Magna,” mentioned Guenther Apfalter, President Magna Europe & Magna Steyr. “With the production of the new Mercedes-Benz G-Class we are able to continue demonstrating our competencies as a highly flexible and experienced contract manufacturing partner.”
Since the start of G-Class manufacturing, greater than 300,000 of the enduring off-road automobiles have been produced in Graz. Since 2014 the manufacturing contract between Daimler AG and Magna has been successively prolonged and now runs by way of to 2023. Currently, the plant is producing extra items than ever earlier than resulting from mannequin variations and the recognition of the automobile in increasing world markets.
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