Mercedes-Benz launches South African production of the new C-Class sedan at its plant in East London, where a new assembly line was installed. “Our products must deliver top quality, no matter where they are built,” Mercedes Car Group Chief Operating Officer Rainer Schmuckle says. “That is why we apply the same manufacturing targets and requirements around the world.” The latest C-Class is the third generation of the vehicle to be produced in South Africa. Since 2000, the plant has ...
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