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Walsall Council Returns To Mercedes-Benz Econics For Waste Collections & Recyclables
After using trucks from another manufacturer for several years, the council elected to return to Econics, as they have proven in the past to be durable, reliable, and well-liked by the drivers who use them day in and day out. ...
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Compact Footprint, Big Payload & 3-Year Warranty: Isuzu Trucks A Winning Combination For Scammell Commercial
The firm has just upgraded its municipal hire fleet with six Isuzu trucks, including 3.5-, 7.5-, and 13.5-tonne GVM models. ...
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Dawsongroup Sweepers Expanding Cleaning Services With New Isuzu 7.5-tonne Trucks
The Buckinghamshire firm has received 10 150-horsepower N75.150s to date, and will receive another 20 before summer’s end. ...
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Scotland’s Moray Council Purchases Mercedes-Benz Econic Trucks With The Latest Active Safety Systems
Three of the new trucks are equipped with Farid Hillend Engineering Powerlink bodies and Terberg Matec bin lifts, while a fourth has been fitted with a split TwinTrak body to gather mixed recyclables. ...
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J&B Recycling Adds Three New Mercedes-Benz Econic 2630Ls To Fleet, Has Two More On The Way
“We have chosen the Econic because we believe it to be the market’s finest refuse vehicle chassis, one that enjoys an unrivalled reputation for quality and reliability,” says J&B Operations Director Matt Tyrie. ...
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Barnet Council Continues To Update Its Fleet With Mercedes-Benz Econic 2630L Refuse Trucks
The council first purchased Mercedes-Benz trucks less than two years ago, and its fleet manager and drivers were so taken with the Econics that orders for more soon followed. ...
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North Warwickshire Borough Council Acquires 3 New Mercedes-Benz Econic 2627L Refuse Collection Trucks
The new trucks are powered by 7.7-litre, 268-horsepower engines and feature Allison six-speed automatic transmissions and rear-steer axles. ...
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Scottish Rubbish Collector Employs Fleet Of Isuzu Grafter N35.125 Collection Trucks In Glasgow & Edinburgh
Junk It added two new Grafters to its fleet earlier this year and will add a third this month; the firm bought its first Isuzu in 2016 and now won’t buy anything else. ...
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Greener Ealing Commissions 32 Mercedes-Benz Econic Refuse Collection Vehicles
Most of the new trucks have 26-tonne 6x2 chassis with rear-steer axles for better manoeuvrability and are fitted with FAUN Zoeller Variopress compaction bodies and bin lifts. ...
Read More
Lewisham Council Acquires 24 New Mercedes-Benz Econic Refuse Trucks
Supplied by Orwell Truck & Van, the new Econic 6x2 trucks are equipped with 7.7-litre, 295-horsepower engines and Allison six-speed transmissions. ...
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Mercedes-Benz's Timeline

Click on the dates in the timeline below to view interesting events in Mercedes-Benz's history

01.01.1886
Mercedes-Benz Founder Invents the car
Carl Benz reveals the world’s first automobile, known as the Patent Motor Car Model III
01.01.1901
Product Development Continues
Mercedes spend years developing the initial model; then producing the Mercedes 35 HP which becomes the model upon which the modern-day vehicle is based upon.
01.01.1921
Mercedes improves Braking
Mercedes’ advancements in technology allow front-wheel brakes to become as standard on all vehicles.
01.01.1951
Mercedes Unimog Launched
From the 20s onwards numerous safety advancements are made to vehicles, including a patent for the first safety body with a rigid passenger compartment; the safety conical pin that prevents doors bursting open upon collision; and the first safety steering column. The Unimog is also launched for the first time.
01.01.1959
Mercedes Start Crash Testing
After introducing seatbelts in the early 50s, Mercedes begin taking crash tests on all models which lead to further innovation in steering and restraint systems.
01.01.1986
Mercedes Vario Predecessor Launched
The predecessor to the Vario, the T2, is launched.
01.01.1995
Actros & Sprinter Launched
The Actros is launched along with the iconic Sprinter.
01.01.1996
The T2 enjoys a facelift and becomes the Vario. Brake assist is launched and will become one of the most notable features in the truck range.
01.01.1997
Atego Launched
The Mercedes Atego is launched.
01.01.1998
Econic Launched
The Econic is launched.for municipal use
01.01.2002
PRE-SAFE Launched
The anticipatory system, which has gone on to feature in the vast majority of haulage trucks, is launched as PRE-SAFE.
01.01.2005
Axor Launched
A ‘facelift’ for the earlier Atego model leads to the launch of the Axor.
01.01.2012
Antos Launched
The Antos is launched.
01.01.2013
Arocs makes Euro 6 Range complete
Mercedes-Benz launch the Arocs range for construction and off-road use.
  Blog Archive
Walsall Council Returns To Mercedes-Benz Econics For Waste Collections & Recyclables
After using trucks from another manufacturer for several years, the council elected to return to Econics, as they have proven in the past to be durable, reliable, and well-liked by the drivers who use them day in and day out. ...
Read More
Compact Footprint, Big Payload & 3-Year Warranty: Isuzu Trucks A Winning Combination For Scammell Commercial
The firm has just upgraded its municipal hire fleet with six Isuzu trucks, including 3.5-, 7.5-, and 13.5-tonne GVM models. ...
Read More
Dawsongroup Sweepers Expanding Cleaning Services With New Isuzu 7.5-tonne Trucks
The Buckinghamshire firm has received 10 150-horsepower N75.150s to date, and will receive another 20 before summer’s end. ...
Read More
Scotland’s Moray Council Purchases Mercedes-Benz Econic Trucks With The Latest Active Safety Systems
Three of the new trucks are equipped with Farid Hillend Engineering Powerlink bodies and Terberg Matec bin lifts, while a fourth has been fitted with a split TwinTrak body to gather mixed recyclables. ...
Read More
J&B Recycling Adds Three New Mercedes-Benz Econic 2630Ls To Fleet, Has Two More On The Way
“We have chosen the Econic because we believe it to be the market’s finest refuse vehicle chassis, one that enjoys an unrivalled reputation for quality and reliability,” says J&B Operations Director Matt Tyrie. ...
Read More
Barnet Council Continues To Update Its Fleet With Mercedes-Benz Econic 2630L Refuse Trucks
The council first purchased Mercedes-Benz trucks less than two years ago, and its fleet manager and drivers were so taken with the Econics that orders for more soon followed. ...
Read More
North Warwickshire Borough Council Acquires 3 New Mercedes-Benz Econic 2627L Refuse Collection Trucks
The new trucks are powered by 7.7-litre, 268-horsepower engines and feature Allison six-speed automatic transmissions and rear-steer axles. ...
Read More
Scottish Rubbish Collector Employs Fleet Of Isuzu Grafter N35.125 Collection Trucks In Glasgow & Edinburgh
Junk It added two new Grafters to its fleet earlier this year and will add a third this month; the firm bought its first Isuzu in 2016 and now won’t buy anything else. ...
Read More
Greener Ealing Commissions 32 Mercedes-Benz Econic Refuse Collection Vehicles
Most of the new trucks have 26-tonne 6x2 chassis with rear-steer axles for better manoeuvrability and are fitted with FAUN Zoeller Variopress compaction bodies and bin lifts. ...
Read More
Lewisham Council Acquires 24 New Mercedes-Benz Econic Refuse Trucks
Supplied by Orwell Truck & Van, the new Econic 6x2 trucks are equipped with 7.7-litre, 295-horsepower engines and Allison six-speed transmissions. ...
Read More