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  • 1. Daimler at a Glance. Financial Year 2013.
  • 2. Contents. Daimler at a Glance 3 Group Overview 4 Mercedes-Benz Cars 6 Daimler Trucks 12 Mercedes-Benz Vans 18 Daimler Buses 22 Daimler Financial Services 26 Our Brands and Divisions 30 2
  • 3. Daimler at a Glance. Daimler AG is one of the world’s most successful automotive companies. With its divisions Mercedes-Benz Cars, Daimler Trucks, Mercedes-Benz Vans, Daimler Buses and Daimler Financial Services, the Daimler Group is one of the biggest producers of premium cars and the world’s biggest manufacturer of commercial vehicles with a global reach. Daimler Financial Services provides financing, leasing, fleet management, insurance and innovative mobility services. The company’s founders, Gottlieb Daimler and Carl Benz, made history with the invention of the automobile in the year 1886. As a pioneer of automotive engineering, Daimler continues to shape the future of mobility today: The Group’s focus is on innovative and green technologies as well as on safe and superior automobiles that appeal to and fascinate. For many years now, Daimler has been investing continually in the development of alternative drive systems with the goal of making emission-free driving possible in the long term. So in addition to vehicles with hybrid drive, Daimler now has the broadest range of locally emission-free electric vehicles powered by batteries and fuel cells. This is just one example of how Daimler willingly accepts the challenge of meeting its responsibility towards society and the environment. Daimler sells its vehicles and services in nearly all the countries of the world and has production facilities on five continents. Its current brand portfolio includes, in addition to the world’s most valuable premium automotive brand, Mercedes-Benz, the brands smart, Freightliner, Western Star, BharatBenz, FUSO, Setra and Thomas Built Buses. The company is listed on the stock exchanges of Frankfurt and Stuttgart (stock exchange symbol DAI). In 2013, the Group sold 2.35 million vehicles and employed a workforce of more than 274,000 people; revenue totaled €118 billion and EBIT amounted to €10.8 billion. 3
  • 4. Group Overview. The year 2013 was dominated by product offensives at all of our divisions. Our innovative vehicles, pioneering technologies and efficient production processes set new standards in automobile manufacturing and strengthened our position on international markets, thus laying the groundwork for further growth. 4
  • 5. Amounts in millions of EUR 2013 EBIT1 Value Added1 Net profit1 Earnings per share (in EUR)1 Investment in property, plant and equipment Research and development expenditure 1 2012 10,815 5,921 8,720 6.40 4,975 5,385 8,820 4,300 6,830 6.02 4,827 5,644 The 2012 figures have been adjusted, primarily for effects arising from application of the amended version of IAS 19. Amounts in millions of EUR 2013 By divisions Mercedes-Benz Cars Daimler Trucks Mercedes-Benz Vans Daimler Buses Daimler Financial Services 117,982 41,123 20,227 32,925 28,597 24,481 10,705 19,453 114,297 39,377 19,722 31,914 27,233 25,126 10,782 17,880 64,307 31,473 9,369 4,105 14,522 61,660 31,389 9,070 3,929 13,550 2013 Revenue Western Europe thereof Germany NAFTA thereof United States Asia thereof China Other markets 2012 2012 274,616 167,447 20,993 86,176 275,087 166,363 21,720 87,004 96,895 79,020 14,838 16,603 52,455 8,107 98,020 80,519 14,916 16,901 50,683 7,779 Employees (Dec. 31) Total Germany United States Rest of World By divisions Mercedes-Benz Cars Daimler Trucks Mercedes-Benz Vans Daimler Buses Sales Organization Daimler Financial Services 5
  • 6. Mercedes-Benz Cars. 2013 was another record year for Mercedes-Benz Cars. Targeted investment in our global production network and sustained improvements in efficiency have put us on track for further profitable growth. 6
  • 7. Amounts in millions of EUR 2013 EBIT1 Revenue Investment in property, plant and equipment Research and development expenditure 1 2012 4,006 64,307 3,710 3,751 4,391 61,660 3,495 3,863 The 2012 figures have been adjusted, primarily for effects arising from application of the amended version of IAS 19. Employees (Dec. 31) 2013 96,895 85,102 3,446 8,347 98,020 84,346 3,258 10,416 2013 Total Germany United States Rest of World 2012 2012 1,467,400 383,700 356,700 332,300 71,400 323,300 98,200 1,565,600 640,200 279,900 363,100 318,500 414,500 238,700 53,700 1,345,800 231,100 425,000 313,600 80,700 295,400 105,700 1,451,600 631,400 289,900 342,100 299,700 358,300 208,500 44,600 Sales (units) Mercedes-Benz A-Class, B-Class, CLA-Class C-Class, SLK-Class E-Class, CLS-Class S-Class, CL-Class, SL-Class, SLS, Maybach M-Class, R-Class, G-Class, GL-Class, GLK-Class smart Mercedes-Benz Cars Western Europe thereof Germany NAFTA thereof United States Asia/Pacific thereof China Japan 7
  • 8. Mercedes-Benz Cars main production locations worldwide Sindelfingen C-Class sedan, E-Class sedan, E-Class wagon, CL-Class, CLS-Class, CLS Shooting Brake, S-Class, SLS AMG coupe, SLS AMG roadster. Untertürkheim Engines, axles, transmissions, components including upstream operations foundry and forge. Bremen C-Class sedan, C-Class wagon, C-Class coupe, SLK-Class, SL-Class, E-Class coupe, E-Class cabriolet, GLK-Class. Berlin Engines, transmission parts, components, fuel systems. Hamburg Axles and axle components, steering columns, exhaust gas technology, lightweight structural components. Rastatt A-Class, B-Class, GLA-Class. Kölleda Engines. Tuscaloosa, Alabama (United States) M-Class, GL-Class, R-Class. East London (South Africa) C-Class sedan. Kecskemét (Hungary) B-Class, CLA-Class. Hambach (France) smart fortwo, smart fortwo electric drive. Beijing (China) Beijing Benz Automotive Co., Ltd., Daimler joint venture with Beijing Automotive Industry Corporation (BAIC). C-Class sedan, E-Class sedan (long-wheelbase version), GLK-Class as well as 4 and 6 cylinder engines to power locally produced Mercedes-Benz passenger cars and vans. 8
  • 9. Mercedes-Benz Cars Employees (Dec. 31) From MBC Sindelfingen Untertürkheim Bremen Berlin Hamburg Rastatt Kölleda Tuscaloosa (United States) East London (South Africa) Hambach (France) Kecskemét (Hungary) On Site 22,108 15,890 10,455 2,259 2,164 6,188 914 3,127 2,743 822 3,358 26,134 17,973 12,714 2,538 2,572 6,557 914 3,127 2,743 822 3,358 Production vehicles (units) Sindelfingen Bremen Rastatt Tuscaloosa East London Kecskemét Hambach Beijing 402,387 297,406 286,628 185,196 50,287 109,266 98,239 119,815 Production components (units) Untertürkheim Engines Rear Axles Front Axles Transmissions Berlin Engines Hamburg Rear Axles Front Axles MDC Power GmbH/Kölleda Engines 618,293 1,386,497 579,644 1,395,792 140,492 315,074 669,923 795,733 9
  • 10. Major markets of Mercedes-Benz Cars (units) 2013 1. United States 2. Germany 3. China 4. United Kingdom 5. Italy 6. Japan 7. France 8. Russia 9. Canada 10. Belgium 11. Spain 12. South Africa 2012 318,500 279,900 238,700 114,400 64,100 53,700 50,800 45,000 33,900 25,700 25,300 24,600 299,700 289,900 208,500 101,900 64,900 44,600 52,500 37,800 32,900 22,400 22,500 22,100 Mercedes-Benz Cars range A-Class Sedan with 4-cylinder gasoline and diesel engines; 66 to 265 kW (90 to 360 hp); some models also with four-wheel drive (4MATIC); combined fuel consumption*: 7.1-3.6 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions*: 165-92 g/km. B-Class Sports tourer with 4-cylinder gasoline and diesel engines; 66 to 155 kW (90 to 211 hp); as well as natural gas drive, 115 kW (156 hp); combined fuel consumption*: 6.7-3.8 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions*: 156-98 g/km. CLA-Class 4-door coupe with 4-cylinder gasoline and diesel engines; 90 to 265 kW (122 to 360 hp); some models also with four-wheel drive (4MATIC); combined fuel consumption*: 7.1-3.9 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions*: 165-104 g/km. C-Class Sedan, wagon and coupe with 4-, 6- and 8-cylinder gasoline and diesel engines; 88 to 358 kW (120 to 487 hp); some models also with four-wheel drive (4MATIC); combined fuel consumption*: 12.2-4.0 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions*: 285-103 g/km. SLK-Class Roadster with 4-, 6- and 8-cylinder gasoline and diesel engines; 135 to 310 kW (184 to 421 hp); combined fuel consumption*: 8.4-4.8 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions*: 195-124 g/km. E-Class Sedan, wagon, coupe and cabriolet with 4-, 6- and 8-cylinder gasoline and diesel engines as well as hybrid drive; 100 to 430 kW (136 to 585 hp); some models also with four-wheel drive (4MATIC); combined fuel consumption*: 10.5-4.1 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions*: 246-107 g/km. CLS-Class 4-door coupe and Shooting Brake with 4-, 6- and 8-cylinder gasoline and diesel engines; 150 to 430 kW (204 to 585 hp); some models also with four-wheel drive (4MATIC); combined fuel consumption*: 10.6-5.1 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions*: 248-134 g/km. 10
  • 11. S-Class Sedan (two wheelbases) with 4-, 6-, 8- and 12-cylinder gasoline and diesel engines as well as hybrid drive; 190 to 463 kW (258 to 630 hp); some models also with four-wheel drive (4MATIC); combined fuel consumption*: 11.9-4.4 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions*: 279-115 g/km. CL-Class Coupe with 8- and 12-cylinder gasoline engines; 320 to 463 kW (435 to 630 hp); also with four-wheel drive (4MATIC); combined fuel consumption*: 14.3-9.5 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions*: 334-224 g/km. SL-Class Roadster with 6-, 8- and 12-cylinder gasoline engines; 225 to 463 kW (306 to 630 hp); combined fuel consumption*: 11.6-6.8 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions*: 270-159 g/km. SLS AMG Coupe/Coupe GT/Coupe Black Series/Coupe Electric Drive and SLS AMG Roadster/Roadster GT Super sports car with 8-cylinder gasoline engine and transmission in transaxle configuration; 420 to 552 kW (571 to 751 hp); combined fuel consumption*: 13.7-13.2 l/100 km respectively combined energy consumption* SLS AMG Coupe Electric Drive: 26.8 kWh/100 km; combined CO2 emissions*: 321-0** g/km (** locally emission-free). GLA-Class Compact SUV with 4-cylinder gasoline and diesel engines; 100 to 155 kW (136 to 211 hp); some models also with front-wheel drive; combined fuel consumption*: 6.6-4.3 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions*: 154-114 g/km. GLK-Class SUV with 4- and 6-cylinder gasoline and diesel engines; 105 to 225 kW (143 to 306 hp); some models also with rear-wheel drive; combined fuel consumption*: 8.2-5.5 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions*: 192-143 g/km. M-Class SUV with 4-, 6- and 8-cylinder gasoline and diesel engines; 150 to 410 kW (204 to 557 hp); combined fuel consumption*: 11.8-5.8 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions*: 276-154 g/km. G-Class Off-road vehicle (wagon and cabriolet) with 6-, 8- and 12-cylinder gasoline and diesel engines; 155 to 400 kW (211 to 544 hp); combined fuel consumption*: 17.0-11.2 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions*: 397-295 g/km. GL-Class Full-size luxury SUV with 6- and 8-cylinder gasoline and diesel engines; 190 to 410 kW (258 to 557 hp); combined fuel consumption*: 12.3-7.4 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions*: 288-192 g/km. smart fortwo coupe and smart fortwo cabrio 2-seater coupe and cabriolet with 3-cylinder gasoline engines; 45 to 75 kW (61 to 102 hp); smart fortwo electric drive 2-seater coupe and cabriolet with electric drive; 35 to 55 kW; combined fuel consumption*: 5.2**-4.2*** l/100 km (**softouch, ***softip) respectively combined energy consumption* smart fortwo electric drive: 15.1 kWh/100 km; combined CO2 emissions*: 119-0 g/km. * he stated consumption and CO2 emissions refer to the available levels of T motorization at the publication date of the Annual Report 2013. 11
  • 12. Daimler Trucks. Daimler Trucks continued to forge ahead with its product offensive in 2013. The new “Asia Business Model,” an excellence initiative of the “Daimler Trucks #1” program, reached a milestone when production of FUSO models commenced in Chennai, India. 12
  • 13. Amounts in millions of EUR 2013 EBIT1 Revenue Investment in property, plant and equipment Research and development expenditure 1 2012 1,637 31,473 839 1,140 1,695 31,389 989 1,197 The 2012 figures have been adjusted, primarily for effects arising from application of the amended version of IAS 19. Employees (Dec. 31) 2013 79,020 29,909 14,230 34,881 80,519 29,963 15,089 35,467 2013 Total Germany United States Rest of World 2012 2012 484,200 65,900 33,500 9,400 8,900 1,600 135,200 117,800 59,300 38,800 162,700 462,000 58,000 31,100 6,900 7,400 1,700 135,000 113,800 46,200 29,000 163,700 Sales (units) Total Western Europe thereof Germany United Kingdom France Italy NAFTA thereof United States Latin America (excluding Mexico) thereof Brazil Asia 13
  • 14. Daimler Trucks main locations worldwide Trucks Europe/Latin America (Mercedes-Benz) Wörth Production of Mercedes-Benz trucks and Mercedes-Benz special trucks. Mannheim Production of commercial vehicles engines and industrial engines, foundry, remanufactured engines for Mercedes-Benz trucks, passenger cars and vans. Kassel Production of front and rear axles, trailer axles and propeller shafts for commercial vehicles; components for Mercedes-Benz passenger cars. Gaggenau Mercedes-Benz trucks, buses, vans and passenger car gearboxes as well as planetary hub axles and portal axles, converter production, cutting and forming technology as well as international logistics (Consolidation Center). Aksaray (Turkey) Production of Mercedes-Benz trucks and Mercedes-Benz special trucks. Molsheim (France) Customization of special purpose vehicles. (Mercedes-Benz Custom Tailored Trucks). São Bernardo do Campo (Brazil) Mercedes-Benz Latin American truck product range; production of engines, transmissions and axles, stamping facility, product engineering. Juiz de Fora (Brazil) Assembly of Mercedes-Benz trucks Accelo and Actros. Trucks NAFTA (Freightliner, Western Star, Thomas Built Buses) Portland, Oregon (United States) Daimler Trucks North America LLC, truck assembly, head office functions, research and development. Cleveland, North Carolina (United States) Daimler Trucks North America LLC, truck assembly. Mount Holly, North Carolina (United States) Daimler Trucks North America LLC, truck assembly. Redford, Michigan (United States) Production of engines, Axle Alliance Company, axle assembly, transmission production. 14
  • 15. High Point, North Carolina (United States) Thomas Built Buses, school bus assembly, research and development. Gaffney, South Carolina (United States) Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation, chassis for vans, school and shuttle buses, motor homes. Gastonia, North Carolina (United States) Daimler Trucks North America LLC, parts production. Santiago Tianguistenco (Mexico) Daimler Trucks North America LLC, truck assembly. Saltillo (Mexico) Daimler Trucks North America LLC, truck assembly. Toluca (Mexico) Daimler Trucks North America LLC, remanufacturing of engines, transmissions and components. Trucks Asia (FUSO, BharatBenz) Kawasaki (Japan) Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation headquarters (MFTBC), production of trucks, vehicle engines and industrial engines as well as axles and transmissions; Global Hybrid Center, research and development, information technology and procurement. Aikawa (Japan) FUSO Nakatsu plant, production of transmission parts. Chennai (India) BharatBenz trucks and truck components production, research and development, proving grounds and test track, FUSO trucks production for selected export markets in Asia and Africa. Other Naberezhnye Chelny (Russia) Cooperation with Kamaz. Mercedes-Benz Trucks Vostok (MBTV): Assembly of Mercedes-Benz Actros, Atego, Axor and Unimog. FUSO Kamaz Trucks Russia (FKTR): Assembly of FUSO Canter trucks. Beijing (China) Joint venture with Foton. Beijing Foton Daimler Automotive (BFDA): Production of Auman Trucks with Mercedes-Benz components. 15
  • 16. Daimler Trucks Employees (Dec. 31) From Daimler Trucks On Site Trucks Europe/Latin America Stuttgart Wörth Mannheim Kassel Gaggenau Aksaray (Turkey) Molsheim (France) São Bernardo do Campo (Brazil) Juiz de Fora (Brazil) Tramagal (Portugal) 569 11,568 4,738 2,896 6,362 1,737 527 11,488 926 307 569 11,741 5,133 2,909 6,597 1,737 527 11,488 926 307 Trucks NAFTA Portland (United States) Cleveland (United States) Mount Holly (United States) Redford (United States) High Point (United States) Santiago Tianguistenco (Mexico) Saltillo (Mexico) 4,549 1,873 1,460 2,164 1,316 1,610 3,166 4,549 1,873 1,460 2,164 1,316 1,610 3,166 Trucks Asia Kawasaki (Japan) Chennai (India) 4,670 2,540 4,670 2,540 2013 2012 117,800 64,700 38,800 38,300 33,500 19,500 15,600 11,200 9,400 8,900 113,800 68,500 29,000 35,000 31,100 18,300 14,500 13,900 6,900 7,400 Major markets of Daimler Trucks (units) 1. United States 2. Indonesia 3. Brazil 4. Japan 5. Germany 6. Turkey 7. U.A.E. Dubai 8. Canada 9. United Kingdom 10. France 16
  • 17. Daimler Trucks range Trucks Europe/Latin America (Mercedes-Benz) Mercedes-Benz trucks with a gross vehicle weight over 6t: Atego, Axor, Antos, Arocs, Actros for long-distance and distribution transport as well as for construction and services. In Latin America additionally the heavy and medium-duty truck Accelo and Atron. Mercedes-Benz special trucks: Econic, Unimog, Zetros. Trucks NAFTA (Freightliner, Western Star, Thomas Built Buses) Heavy and medium-duty commercials for long-distance and distribution transport as well as for construction and services (Freightliner and Western Star); school buses (Thomas Built Buses); chassis for delivery vans, recreational vehicles and shuttle buses (Freightliner Custom Chassis). Trucks Asia (FUSO) Broad product range, from the FUSO Canter light-duty truck up to the flagship FUSO Super Great for distribution and goods transportation, construction, services and numerous other industrial uses. Small, mid-size and large FUSO buses for city transportation and touring. The product range also includes light-duty hybrid trucks and large-size hybrid buses as well as industrial engines. Since 2013, the new light-duty truck FUSO Canter Guts (below 5t gross vehicle weight) within the FUSO and Nissan Motor Co. cooperation. BharatBenz Product range of trucks with a gross vehicle weight between 6 and 49t for various deployment areas; developed for the Indian market. Kamaz Two joint ventures in Russia. Mercedes-Benz Trucks Vostok is assembling the Mercedes-Benz models Actros, Atego, Axor and Unimog. FUSO Kamaz Trucks Russia is producing the FUSO Canter. Supplier agreement for cabs, engines and axles coming from the German Mercedes-Benz plants for Kamaz trucks and buses. Auman Heavy and medium-duty trucks for the Chinese market from the joint venture Beijing Foton Daimler Automotive Co., Ltd. Components Mercedes-Benz, Detroit, and FUSO brand 4-, 6- and 8-Cylinder in-line and V diesel engines with a power range from 75 to 460 kW. Manual and automatic transmission for input torques of 250 to 3,300 Nm for passenger cars, large-capacity vehicles, vans, trucks, buses, and special purpose vehicles. Front and rear axles for maximum axle load ranging from 1.35 to 16t, trailer axles from 9 to 10.5t and propeller shafts. Different powertrain options, including natural gas and hybrid. 17
  • 18. Mercedes-Benz Vans. In 2013, Mercedes-Benz Vans launched the new Sprinter – the global vehicle in the van segment. Our unit sales increased in 2013, and we achieved double-digit growth rates in China, Latin America and Eastern Europe. Our “Vans goes global” growth strategy is making good progress. 18
  • 19. Amounts in millions of EUR 2013 EBIT1 Revenue Investment in property, plant and equipment Research and development expenditure 1 2012 631 9,369 288 321 543 9,070 223 371 The 2012 figures have been adjusted, primarily for effects arising from application of the amended version of IAS 19. Employees (Dec. 31) 2013 14,838 9,879 104 4,855 14,916 9,982 99 4,835 2013 Total Germany United States Rest of World 2012 2012 270,100 169,200 71,500 26,900 22,800 19,600 12,700 18,900 252,400 164,900 71,000 24,000 21,500 14,000 8,800 19,200 Sales (units) Total Western Europe thereof Germany Eastern Europe United States Latin America (excluding Mexico) China Other Markets 19
  • 20. Mercedes-Benz Vans production locations worldwide Düsseldorf Chassis and assembly plant for vans. Ludwigsfelde Chassis and assembly plant for vans. Vitoria (Spain) Chassis and assembly plant for vans. Maubeuge (France) Strategic alliance with Renault-Nissan. Chassis and assembly plant for vans. González Catan (Argentina) Chassis and assembly plant for vans. Charleston, South Carolina (United States) Assembly plant for vans. Fuzhou (China) Fujian Benz Automotive Corporation, joint venture between Mercedes-Benz Vans and Fujian Motors. Chassis and assembly plant for vans. Nizhny Novgorod (Russia) Contract manufacturing by GAZ (Gorky Automobile Plant). Chassis and assembly plant for vans. Yaroslavl (Russia) Contract manufacturing by YaMZ. Production of engines for vans. 20
  • 21. Mercedes-Benz Vans Employees (Dec. 31) From Vans 1,407 6,539 1,933 3,293 1,562 104 1,407 6,571 1,933 3,293 1,562 104 2013 Stuttgart Düsseldorf Ludwigsfelde Vitoria/Barcelona (Spain) González Catan (Argentina) Charleston (United States) On Site 2012 71,500 30,800 22,800 18,000 12,700 10,200 9,800 8,100 6,300 6,200 71,000 25,400 21,500 20,100 8,800 9,600 6,400 8,000 6,900 4,000 Major markets of Mercedes-Benz Vans (units) 1. Germany 2. United Kingdom 3. United States 4. France 5. China 6. Turkey 7. Brazil 8. Netherlands 9. Belgium 10. Russia Mercedes-Benz Vans Five Mercedes-Benz model series: Citan (1.8 to 2.2t), Vito and Viano (up to 3.2t); Sprinter Classic (3.5 to 4.6t), Sprinter (2.59 to 5t; in the United States under the brand names Freightliner and Mercedes-Benz) and Vario (5.99 to 7.5t) as crew buses, panel vans and chassis for various bodies. 21
  • 22. Daimler Buses. Numerous new products and the systematic continuation of the “GLOBE 2013” growth and efficiency program contributed to the turnaround at Daimler Buses. The division thus confirmed its leadership in the core markets of Western Europe and Latin America with the significant increase in sales. 22
  • 23. Amounts in millions of EUR 2013 EBIT1 Revenue Investment in property, plant and equipment Research and development expenditure 1 2012 124 4,105 76 181 -221 3,929 82 222 The 2012 figures have been adjusted, primarily for effects arising from application of the amended version of IAS 19. Employees (Dec. 31) 2013 16,603 7,869 20 8,714 16,901 8,126 200 8,575 2013 Total Germany United States Rest of World 2012 2012 33,700 6,700 2,400 3,000 19,100 4,900 32,100 5,900 2,000 3,900 17,800 4,500 Sales (units) Total Western Europe thereof Germany NAFTA Latin America (excluding Mexico) Other Markets 23
  • 24. Daimler Buses production locations worldwide Mannheim Bodyshell assembly of Mercedes-Benz and Setra city/interurban buses and coaches; assembly of Mercedes-Benz city/interurban buses. Neu-Ulm Painting and assembly of Mercedes-Benz and Setra city/interurban buses and coaches. Dortmund Bodyshell assembly, painting and manufacturing plant of Mercedes-Benz minibuses. Istanbul (Turkey) Bodyshell assembly, painting and manufacturing plant of Mercedes-Benz city/interurban buses and coaches and Setra interurban buses. Ligny-en-Barrois (France) Assembly of Mercedes-Benz city/interurban buses. São Bernardo do Campo (Brazil) Assembly of Mercedes-Benz chassis. Holýsov (Czech Republic) Bodyshell segments and components of Mercedes-Benz and Setra city/interurban buses and coaches. Monterrey (Mexico) Assembly of Mercedes-Benz chassis. Sámano (Spain) Assembly of Mercedes-Benz chassis. Buenos Aires (Argentina) Assembly of Mercedes-Benz chassis. East London (South Africa) Assembly of Mercedes-Benz chassis. Chennai (India) Assembly of Mercedes-Benz chassis. Jakarta (Indonesia) Assembly of Mercedes-Benz chassis. 24
  • 25. Daimler Buses Employees (Dec. 31) From Buses 3,301 3,578 268 4,421 375 20 1,300 360 400 246 15 212 31 3,301 3,578 268 4,421 375 20 1,300 360 400 246 15 212 31 2013 Mannheim Neu-Ulm Dortmund Istanbul (Turkey) Ligny-en-Barrois (France) Oriskany (United States) São Bernardo do Campo (Brazil) Holýsov (Czech Republic) Monterrey (Mexico) Sámano (Spain) Mississauga (Canada) Buenos Aires (Argentina) Chennai (India) On Site 2012 12,900 3,500 3,000 2,400 1,900 1,600 1,200 900 700 400 11,100 3,400 3,500 2,000 1,800 2,100 1,100 900 500 300 Major markets of Daimler Buses (units) 1. Brazil 2. Argentina 3. Mexico 4. Germany 5. France 6. Chile 7. Turkey 8. Indonesia 9. Egypt 10. Austria Daimler Buses The range of products supplied by Daimler Buses, the world’s leading manufacturer of buses and coaches above eight tons with the brands Mercedes-Benz and Setra, includes coaches, city buses and interurban buses as well as bus chassis. Daimler Buses thus disposes of a full-line product portfolio ranging from minibuses to double-deckers to articulated buses. 25
  • 26. Daimler Financial Services. At Daimler Financial Services, the number of financed or leased cars and commercial vehicles was above the three million mark for the first time ever. At the end of 2013, the car-sharing program car2go had almost 600,000 customers and was the market leader in its segment. 26
  • 27. Amounts in millions of EUR 2013 EBIT1 Revenue New business Contract volume Investment in property, plant and equipment 1 2012 1,268 14,522 40,533 83,539 19 1,293 13,550 38,076 79,986 23 The 2012 figures have been adjusted, primarily for effects arising from application of the amended version of IAS 19. Employees (Dec. 31) 2013 8,107 2,685 1,162 4,260 7,779 2,609 1,070 4,100 2013 Total Germany United States Rest of World 2012 2012 26,761 18,245 6,319 3,665 3,047 2,611 2,599 2,595 2,119 1,822 25,661 17,761 5,205 3,792 3,394 2,187 2,825 2,237 2,347 1,772 Contract volume by market in millions of EUR 1. United States 2. Germany 3. United Kingdom 4. Canada 5. Brazil 6. China 7. Japan 8. France 9. Australia 10. Italy 27
  • 28. Daimler Financial Services worldwide Daimler Financial Services offers a comprehensive range of automobilerelated financial services. Its products range from leasing and financing offers to financial services for dealerships, commercial fleet management, insurance solutions, banking services and innovative mobility services. All of these products help customers realize their automotive dreams, support the Daimler Group’s vehicle sales and promote customers’ and dealers’ loyalty to the brand. On average, Daimler Financial Services finances or leases four out of ten Daimler vehicles worldwide. At the end of 2013, the company had more than three million vehicles on its books for the first time. Products Financing Customers who opt to finance their automobiles with a loan usually plan to obtain ownership of the vehicles. Customers can determine the monthly rate by selecting the amount of the down payment and the duration of the contract. Moreover, Daimler Financial Services offers balloonpayment financing in many countries so that customers can enjoy especially favorable monthly rates. In the case of an option financing contract, the customer decides at the end of the financing period whether to return the vehicle, refinance the remainder of the loan, or pay it off all at once. Leasing Daimler Financial Services remains the owner of the vehicle in all leasing contracts; the customer merely pays to use the vehicle and returns it after the contract expires. Service-leasing packages combine the contract with various service components, such as maintenance, repairs and tire services. Insurance Daimler Financial Services offers a range of automobile-related insurance products, including motor insurance, gap insurance and payment protection insurance. In addition to insuring all of the Daimler production locations and transport and product liability risks worldwide, the company’s Corporate Insurance unit manages the company and private pension plans of the Group’s employees in Germany. Fleet management In many countries, Daimler Financial Services is one of the leading providers of fleet management services for passenger cars and trucks. Its Daimler Fleet Management and Mercedes-Benz CharterWay subsidiaries in Europe offer comprehensive fleet management packages for passenger cars and commercial vehicles, respectively. If the customer wishes, such services can be expanded to include the complete management of entire fleets. 28
  • 29. Investment and credit cards In selected markets and in close cooperation with the Group’s automotive brands, Daimler Financial Services provides credit cards that offer favorable terms. In addition, Mercedes-Benz Bank offers call money accounts, savings plans and fixed-interest rate deposits. Innovative mobility services Daimler Mobility Services GmbH, a subsidiary of Daimler Financial Services, offers innovative mobility services from a single source. The company’s car2go brand makes it the world’s leading provider of flexible carsharing services. At the end of 2013, car2go was available in 25 cities in Europe and North America. Daimler Mobility Services GmbH also offers moovel, an intuitive smartphone app that enables customers to compare various mobility options on the basis of several parameters, and then choose the best options for getting from Point A to Point B. The pilot project Park2gether was launched in Berlin and Hamburg at the end of 2013. An online platform of the same name brings together parking space owners with drivers who are looking for parking spaces. 29
  • 30. Our Brands and Divisions. 30
  • 31. Mercedes-Benz Cars Daimler Trucks Mercedes-Benz Vans Daimler Buses Daimler Financial Services 31
  • 32. B20.200.01.438.13.A Daimler AG Mercedesstr. 137 70327 Stuttgart Germany www.daimler.com