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TNI || New Delhi || 07 March 2022

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Daimler Truck, a division of Daimler AG, announced the opening of an innovation and technology facility in Bengaluru, India.

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Outside of North America and its headquarters in Germany, the R&D facility will be the truckmaker’s largest. The facility, according to Daimler, will promote advancements for Daimler Truck around the world.

Mercedes-Benz Trucks, Western Star, Fuso, Bharat Benz, Freightliner, Thomas Built Buses, and EvoBus GmbH will all be part of this.

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The new R&D centre will serve as the focal point for two of Daimler’s primary goals: gradually transitioning to zero-emission commercial vehicles such as EVs and hydrogen-powered vehicles, and introducing additional software and electronics advances.

Although Mercedes-Benz, which is owned by Daimler, has had an R & D centre in Bengaluru since 1996, Daimler Truck R & D will now be managed by a new company called Daimler Truck Innovation Centre India (DTICI). This is due to Daimler’s last-year separation into Daimler Truck and Mercedes-Benz.

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Thomas Ulm, chairman of DTICI and head of the company’s software electronics production branch, said Bengaluru had long been an excellent home for IT and technological advancement. The city offers advantages such as low labour costs and a high-quality staff with English language abilities, so it was an ideal choice for DTICI.

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