DaimlerChrysler AG and engine maker Iranian Diesel Engine Manufacturing Co. (IDEM) sign an agreement to produce the Mercedes OM 900 diesel engine family at its joint venture Tabriz, Iran, plant in late 2004. The agreement was signed by Hermann Doppler, plant manager of DC’s Mannheim, Germany, plant, which manufactures engines for commercial vehicles, and Mohsen Lotfi, IDEM’s managing director. IDEM plans to make up to 4,000 OM 900 engines per year at the plant, which is 30% owned by DC ...
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