Minibuses

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  • Stuttgart / Dortmund , Jul 12, 2018 - Three good reasons for the Mercedes Benz minibus specialists in Dortmund to celebrate: A complete new generation of minibuses, based on the new Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and featuring a unique range of technology modules, is currently lining up for the start.
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  • Stuttgart/Cologne, Dec 2, 2015 - Minibuses start to make financial sense where large buses become unprofitable: for example, in sparsely populated regions, in neighbourhood transport, outside of peak hours in school and commuter transport or in challenging topography and narrow streets, where large vehicles are not manoeuvrable enough or are too wide. For such routes, Regionalverkehr Köln GmbH (RVK) has developed a new transport concept based on the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter City 65.
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  • Stuittgart, Apr 16, 2014 - It is on the road in practically every major European city, from London to Bucharest and from Madrid to Helsinki. It carries passengers in Mexico, Japan, Singapore and Abu Dhabi, and even on the French island of La Réunion in the Indian Ocean. If forms the backbone of BRT services in Istanbul, Nancy and Strasbourg, and provides the platform for the world's largest ambulance in Dubai. The Mercedes-Benz Citaro has revolutionised the world of low-floor regular-service buses.
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  • Stuttgart/Dortmund, Jan 16, 2009 - The final four of a total of 24 identical Sprinter Transfer 55 models were handed over at the Dortmund minibus plant on 5 December 2008. Dr Ulrich Hesselmann, managing director of Mercedes-Benz Minibus GmbH, handed over the rural-service minibuses to Ulrich Jäger, managing director of Deutsche Bahn Ostwestfalen-Lippe-Bus (OWL). The 24 Mercedes-Benz minibuses, painted in traffic red, will be used predominantly on school-bus routes in North Rhine-Westphalia and Lower Saxony over the coming six years.
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  • Stuttgart, Nov 27, 2008 - On 18 October the workforce at Mercedes-Benz MiniBus GmbH celebrated "10 years of the Mercedes-Benz minibus". EvoBus first entered the minibus segment in 1998, and today the 220 employees of this Dortmund-based company produce around 1200 vehicles annually. This gives the company an approx. 7 percent share of the European bus market for vehicles between 3.5 and 5 t gross vehicle weight. MiniBus GmbH combines line-based series production with the advantages of a high content of craftsmanship.
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