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Mercedes-Benz opens sustainable battery logistics centre in Germany

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Mercedes-Benz has opened a “climate neutral” battery logistics facility near its plant in Bremen, Germany, that it will run with its logistics provider DB Cargo.

According to the carmaker, the delivery of the battery modules, which are being fitted to the new Mercedes-Benz EQE being built at the Bremen plant, will also be carbon neutral.  

Starting this year, DB Cargo will transport battery modules over a distance of 650km into the logistics centre from the Mercedes-Benz plant in Hedelfingen near Stuttgart. DB Cargo is using rail to move the batteries to the centre, cutting emissions by the switch from road transport.

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