001-004_E_Umschlag_2012 21.03.13 10:33 Seite 1       Our brands                                                           ...
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  1. 1. 001-004_E_Umschlag_2012 21.03.13 10:33 Seite 1 Our brands The key figures of financial year 2012 Unit 2012 2011 2010 Corporate profile Revenue in millions of € 114,297 j 106,540 97,761 Operating profit/EBIT in millions of € 8,615 l 8,755 7,274 Result before taxes on income in millions of € 7,718 l 8,449 6,628 Group net income in millions of € 6,495 j 6,029 4,674 Total vehicle sales in millions 2.2 j 2.1 1.9 Unit sales of Mercedes-Benz Cars 1,451,569 j 1,381,416 1,276,827 Daimler Sustainability Report 2012. Unit sales of Daimler Trucks 461,954 j 425,756 355,263 Unit sales of Mercedes-Benz Vans 252,418 l 264,193 224,224 Unit sales of Daimler Buses 32,088 l 39,741 39,118 Contract volume of Daimler Financial Services in billions of € 80.0 j 71.7 63.7 Our employees Number of employees (worldwide) 275,087 j 271,370 260,100 Number of trainees (worldwide) 8,267 l 8,499 8,841 Average age of the workforce in years 41.9 R 41.9 41.9 Personnel expenses (worldwide) in billions of € 18.0 j 17.4 16.5 Average days of training and advanced development (per employee/year) in days 4.0 j 3.8 2.3 Costs for training and advanced professional development in millions of € 241.0 j 231.4 201.6 Proportion of women (Daimler AG) in percent 14.4 j 13.9 13.5 Proportion of women in Level 4 management positions (Daimler AG) in percent 13.8 j 12.9 12.4 Workforce turnover (worldwide) in percent 4.9 j 4.2 4.9 Proportion of part-time employees (Daimler AG) in percent 7.1 j 6.9 6.4 Accident frequency1 number of cases 16.3 j 14.4 15.0 Sickness figures in percent 5.4 j 5.3 4.9 Provisions for retirement benefits and healthcare in billions of € 3.0 l 3.2 4.3 Product responsibility Research and development expenditure on environmental protection in millions of € 2,369 j 2,159 1,876 CO2 emissions of the European fleet (vehicles from Mercedes-Benz Cars) in g CO2 /km 140 l 150 158 Operations-related environmental protection (2012 figures are provisional) Energy consumption (total) in GWh 10,878 j 10,256 10,114 of which electricity in GWh 4,865 j 4,590 4,363 of which natural gas in GWh 4,397 j 4,108 4,037 CO2 emissions (total, scope 1 and 2) in 1,000 t 3,165 j 3,148 3,164 CO2 emissions (total) per vehicle produced (Mercedes-Benz Cars) in kg/vehicle 1,003 l 1,062 1,235 CO2 emissions (total) per vehicle produced (Daimler Trucks) in kg/vehicle 2,701 l 2,708 2,973 CO2 emissions (total) per vehicle produced (Mercedes-Benz Vans) in kg/vehicle 988 j 912 1,070 CO2 emissions (total) per vehicle produced (Daimler Buses) in kg/vehicle 2,499 j 2,245 2,299 Solvents (VOC), total in t 6,462 j 6,342 5,504 Solvents (VOC) per vehicle produced (Mercedes-Benz Cars) in kg/vehicle 1.04 j 1.02 0.97 Solvents (VOC) per vehicle produced (Daimler Trucks) in kg/vehicle 8.16 l 8.25 7.75 Solvents (VOC) per vehicle produced (Mercedes-Benz Vans) in kg/vehicle 3.78 j 3.60 3.68 Solvents (VOC) per vehicle produced (Daimler Buses) in kg/vehicle 9.43 j 8.56 14.91 Daimler at a glance. Daimler AG is one of the world’s most successful automotive companies. Waste (recovery rate) in percent 93 R 93 91 With its divisions Mercedes-Benz Cars, Daimler Trucks, Mercedes-Benz Vans, Daimler Buses Water consumption (total) in millions of m³ 15,293 l 15,294 14,031 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 http://sustainability.daimler.com Sustainability Report 2012. Social commitment Financial Services provides financing, leasing, fleet management, insurance, and innovative Our interactive online report http://sustainability.daimler.com Cost of foundations, donations, and sponsorships in millions of € 58.0 l 59.0 51.1 mobility services. 1 Cases per 1 million hours of attendance examined by an accident insurance consultant and resulting in at least one lost working day, with reference to employees in production or in production-related areas on production facilities of the Daimler Group, Evobus GmbH, and Mercedes-Benz Ludwigsfelde GmbH in Germany. ISSN 2194-5136 www.daimler.com Daimler AG, Stuttgart, Germany Interactive key figures: Online 001
  2. 2. 001-004_E_Umschlag_2012 21.03.13 10:33 Seite 1 Our brands The key figures of financial year 2012 Unit 2012 2011 2010 Corporate profile Revenue in millions of € 114,297 j 106,540 97,761 Operating profit/EBIT in millions of € 8,615 l 8,755 7,274 Result before taxes on income in millions of € 7,718 l 8,449 6,628 Group net income in millions of € 6,495 j 6,029 4,674 Total vehicle sales in millions 2.2 j 2.1 1.9 Unit sales of Mercedes-Benz Cars 1,451,569 j 1,381,416 1,276,827 Daimler Sustainability Report 2012. Unit sales of Daimler Trucks 461,954 j 425,756 355,263 Unit sales of Mercedes-Benz Vans 252,418 l 264,193 224,224 Unit sales of Daimler Buses 32,088 l 39,741 39,118 Contract volume of Daimler Financial Services in billions of € 80.0 j 71.7 63.7 Our employees Number of employees (worldwide) 275,087 j 271,370 260,100 Number of trainees (worldwide) 8,267 l 8,499 8,841 Average age of the workforce in years 41.9 R 41.9 41.9 Personnel expenses (worldwide) in billions of € 18.0 j 17.4 16.5 Average days of training and advanced development (per employee/year) in days 4.0 j 3.8 2.3 Costs for training and advanced professional development in millions of € 241.0 j 231.4 201.6 Proportion of women (Daimler AG) in percent 14.4 j 13.9 13.5 Proportion of women in Level 4 management positions (Daimler AG) in percent 13.8 j 12.9 12.4 Workforce turnover (worldwide) in percent 4.9 j 4.2 4.9 Proportion of part-time employees (Daimler AG) in percent 7.1 j 6.9 6.4 Accident frequency1 number of cases 16.3 j 14.4 15.0 Sickness figures in percent 5.4 j 5.3 4.9 Provisions for retirement benefits and healthcare in billions of € 3.0 l 3.2 4.3 Product responsibility Research and development expenditure on environmental protection in millions of € 2,369 j 2,159 1,876 CO2 emissions of the European fleet (vehicles from Mercedes-Benz Cars) in g CO2 /km 140 l 150 158 Operations-related environmental protection (2012 figures are provisional) Energy consumption (total) in GWh 10,878 j 10,256 10,114 of which electricity in GWh 4,865 j 4,590 4,363 of which natural gas in GWh 4,397 j 4,108 4,037 CO2 emissions (total, scope 1 and 2) in 1,000 t 3,165 j 3,148 3,164 CO2 emissions (total) per vehicle produced (Mercedes-Benz Cars) in kg/vehicle 1,003 l 1,062 1,235 CO2 emissions (total) per vehicle produced (Daimler Trucks) in kg/vehicle 2,701 l 2,708 2,973 CO2 emissions (total) per vehicle produced (Mercedes-Benz Vans) in kg/vehicle 988 j 912 1,070 CO2 emissions (total) per vehicle produced (Daimler Buses) in kg/vehicle 2,499 j 2,245 2,299 Solvents (VOC), total in t 6,462 j 6,342 5,504 Solvents (VOC) per vehicle produced (Mercedes-Benz Cars) in kg/vehicle 1.04 j 1.02 0.97 Solvents (VOC) per vehicle produced (Daimler Trucks) in kg/vehicle 8.16 l 8.25 7.75 Solvents (VOC) per vehicle produced (Mercedes-Benz Vans) in kg/vehicle 3.78 j 3.60 3.68 Solvents (VOC) per vehicle produced (Daimler Buses) in kg/vehicle 9.43 j 8.56 14.91 Daimler at a glance. Daimler AG is one of the world’s most successful automotive companies. Waste (recovery rate) in percent 93 R 93 91 With its divisions Mercedes-Benz Cars, Daimler Trucks, Mercedes-Benz Vans, Daimler Buses Water consumption (total) in millions of m³ 15,293 l 15,294 14,031 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 http://sustainability.daimler.com Sustainability Report 2012. Social commitment Financial Services provides financing, leasing, fleet management, insurance, and innovative Our interactive online report http://sustainability.daimler.com Cost of foundations, donations, and sponsorships in millions of € 58.0 l 59.0 51.1 mobility services. 1 Cases per 1 million hours of attendance examined by an accident insurance consultant and resulting in at least one lost working day, with reference to employees in production or in production-related areas on production facilities of the Daimler Group, Evobus GmbH, and Mercedes-Benz Ludwigsfelde GmbH in Germany. ISSN 2194-5136 www.daimler.com Daimler AG, Stuttgart, Germany Interactive key figures: Online 001
  3. 3. 001-004_E_Umschlag_2012 21.03.13 10:33 Seite 2 03 Locations of the Daimler Group Locations of the Daimler Group 04 101 GRI Index and UN Global Compact GRI Index and UN Global Compact 102 Locations of the Daimler Group Rastatt, Germany 12 Kecskemét, Hungary Corporate headquarters Mexico 34 Monterrey Research and Development GRI Index and UN Global Compact 35 Saltillo 8 Germany 36 Santiago China Tianguistenco 6,500 employees 79 7 63 15 2,500 employees Stuttgart- Untertürkheim 37 Toluca 62 Beijing In 2000 Daimler became one of the first signatories of the UN Global Compact. We have committed Germany ourselves to uphold this international initiative’s ten universally recognized principles. Daimler Principle 1 We assign a very high priority to recognizing and protecting human rights within our company Principle 1 Daimler invested a total of around A total of €800 million was invested Portugal 9 63 Berlin Support of human rights and in the locations where we operate. For us as an automaker, the emphasis is on employee Pages 58, 65, 89 €1.2 billion in the Rastatt plant for the 10 13 in the new plant in Kecskemét, which Production 38 Tramagal was also one of the first participants of the UN Global Compact LEAD group, which was established 14 64 Böblingen Principle 2 rights, fair working conditions, and the rejection of every form of discrimination and of forced Principle 2 production of the new generation of 80 manufactures Mercedes-Benz B-Class in January 2011. 65 Nabern Exclusion of human rights abuses labor and child labor. We have firmly grounded our sense of responsibility for human rights issues Pages 58, 79-80, 89 Mercedes-Benz premium compact cars in a production network with the Argentina Spain 66 Sindelfingen Principle 3 in the Integrity and Legal Affairs area of responsibility in the Group’s Board of Management. Principle 3 cars. In the future, the plant will manu- Rastatt facility. The new CLA will also 1 Buenos Aires 39 Sámano 81 67 Stuttgart In recent years we have continuously improved our sustainability performance and made our report- Freedom of association Pages 33, 58, 60, 89 facture five models as part of a pro- be produced there starting in 2013. 40 Vitoria 68 Ulm duction network with the new facility 16 82 Brazil ing in this area more transparent and easier to understand. As always, our reporting is in line with the Principle 4 Principle 4 78 in Kecskemét. 21 2 Juiz de Fora South Africa principles of materiality, stakeholder inclusiveness, completeness, and sustainability context. Elimination of forced labor Pages 58, 89 18 6 India 11 20 67 3 São Bernardo 41 East London Principle 5 Principle 5 19 64 66 65 69 Bangalore 83 17 68 do Campo 42 Cape Town Abolition of child labor Pages 58, 89 Both the printed and the interactive online versions of the Daimler Sustainability Italy China Czech Republic Report 2012 are based on the guidelines of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI). These guide- 70 Como Principle 6 To ensure that our hiring processes are free of discrimination, whether gender-specific or in other Principle 6 4 Beijing 43 Holýšov lines were established with the help of the UN in 1997 in order to create a globally accepted 5 Fuzhou Elimination of discrimination forms, the fixed base salary depends on the individual’s position and level. The same goal is Pages 60-61, 63, Japan guideline for companies and organizations reporting on their environmental, social, and economic served within our regular income reviews by mandatory documentation, the inclusion of several 89, 90 Turkey 71 Kawasaki Germany 44 Aksaray activities. The amended guidelines of 2011 (G3.1) serve as the basic framework for Daimler’s people in each process, and a central HR system that ensures transparency. Our in-house income 72 Yokohama 6 Affalterbach 45 Istanbul-Ho dere sustainability reporting. reviews have shown that the amount of the remuneration paid for comparable tasks is affected 7 Berlin by factors such as individual performance and the amount of experience a person has gained in a USA 25 86 88 8 Bremen Hungary particular position, but not by the person’s gender. 85 43 9 Dortmund 73 Ann Arbor, Michigan You can find the full version of the GRI Index in the interactive online report. To directly 23 22 46 Kecskemét 54 24 89 46 74 Carlsbad, California access the GRI Index there, simply enter the number 006 in the search field. 57 10 Düsseldorf 53 84 70 75 Long Beach, California 58 73 77 39 40 87 11 Gaggenau Principle 7 Risk prevention is particularly important when it comes to managing the local effects of our busi- Principle 7 47 45 4 62 USA 76 Palo Alto, California 38 91 12 Hamburg 59 50 44 47 Cambridge, Ohio http://sustainability.daimler.com Precautionary environmental ness activities. This applies, for example, to environmental protection in the production process. Pages 19-25, 45-46, 76 33 77 Redford, Michigan 49 52 55 56 30 31 32 71 72 13 Kassel 48 Charleston, protection Our environmental management system defines structures and processes that ensure transpa- 92-93, 95 75 74 51 60 92 48 14 Kölleda South Carolina rent reporting and clear areas of responsibility at all levels of our production facilities around 15 Ludwigsfelde 49 Cleveland, Logistics the world. More than 98 percent of our employees work at locations with environmental manage- 34 35 5 16 Mannheim 93 North Carolina ment systems audited and certified according to ISO14001. In addition, we regularly conduct 17 Neu-Ulm Germany 50 Emporia, Kansas 36 37 78 Germersheim environmental due diligence processes at our locations. 27 18 Rastatt 51 Gaffney, 19 Sindelfingen 79 Hanover South Carolina 69 26 20 Stuttgart- 80 Cologne 52 Gastonia, Principle 8 Daimler has been systematically compiling key environmental data from its German plants since Principle 8 61 81 Mainz Untertürkheim North Carolina Promotion of environmental 1992. In 1997 and 1998 its data acquisition was gradually extended to include production plants Pages 19-25, 47-49, 21 Wörth 82 Nuremberg 53 Grand Rapids, responsibility outside Germany. Since 2002 the acquisition and analysis of the data have been handled with 66-72, 74-78, 94 83 Reutlingen 90 Michigan the aid of a database. The data in this report reflect the structure of the Group in 2012 and inclu- France 54 Hibbing, Minnesota 22 Hambach France de all relevant production plants and the German sales locations. New parts of the company have 55 High Point, 28 29 23 Ligny-en-Barrois 84 Etoile-sur-Rhône been included from the time at which they became part of Daimler. The environmental data for North Carolina Tuscaloosa, USA 24 Molsheim 85 Valenciennes 2012 refer to a total of 69 business locations or subordinate sites. 56 Mount Holly, North Carolina United Kingdom United Kingdom 57 Portland, Oregon Principle 9 The requirements regarding our vehicles’ environmental compatibility are integral aspects of Principle 9 25 Brixworth 86 Milton Keynes 2,800 employees 3 2 58 Redford, Michigan 59 Tooele, Utah Italy Development and diffusion of environmentally friendly automobile development at Daimler and are discussed by the corresponding committees and implemented accordingly. The vehicle specifications and the quality gates in the development Pages 29, 39-41, 42-44 India 60 Tuscaloosa, Starting in 2014, the Tuscaloosa plant 26 Chennai 87 Capena technologies. process document the environmental impact and requirements during the entire product devel- 41 Alabama will be one of four locations around 42 27 Pune opment process. 1 the world to produce the successor Poland Vietnam generation of the current C-Class for Indonesia 88 Warsaw 61 Ho Chi Minh City the North American market. 28 Jakarta Principle 10 Our compliance management system is intended to ensure that Daimler and its employees Principle 10 29 Wanaherang Switzerland Work against corruption. always conduct themselves in conformance with rules. Complying with anti-corruption regula- Pages 37-38, 54-58, 89 Wetzikon tions as well as maintaining and promoting fair competition have the highest priority for the 87-88 Japan Daimler Group and serve as a benchmark for our staff and management. To give further empha- Chennai, India 30 Aikawa —  Singapore sis to this goal, compliance and integrity are taken into consideration in our executives’ annual Nakatsu plant 90 Singapore target agreements and assessments of target fulfillment. Particular attention is paid to individ- 31 Ebina — uals’ correct conduct in conformity with rules and ethics. In order to effectively counteract the Sagami plant Spain 1,200 employees 32 Kawasaki 91 Miralcampo risks within our divisions and markets, we have altered the structure of our compliance organi- zation in line with our divisions. Each division is now supported by a compliance officer. In ad- 33 Toyama A total of €700 million was invested USA dition, a regional compliance office was established in China in 2012, reflecting the special im- in the new plant in Chennai, which pro- 92 Mercedes-Benz U.S. portance of the Chinese market. Furthermore, local compliance managers are active worldwide, duces heavy-duty BharatBenz trucks International advising on matters of compliance and ensuring observance of our compliance standards. (see p. 26 ff.). Vance, Alabama United Arab Emirates 93 Dubai

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