Mercedes-Benz celebrates 70 years of its production start in Argentina with the pride of having been the company’s first plant outside of Germany. During seven decades, Mercedes-Benz produced various models of cars, vans, buses, trucks in Argentina. Mercedes-Benz factory in Buenos Aires is the only one in the world that produces vans, trucks and buses at the same site. While trucks Accelo and Atego and bus chassis are produced for the domestic market, the Sprinter van is mainly oriented to the export market.This year Mercedes-Benz Vans are also celebrating 25 years of the start of production of the Sprinter van in Argentina. Currently, at the Juan Manuel Fangio Industrial Center, the third generation of the Sprinter van that created a category of its own in the automotive industry and achieved a leading position in the Argentinean market – is produced. Launched in 2019 the latest generation of the large van stands out for its high versatility and adaptability to the customer needs. More equipment, a new dimension in safety and renewed interior and exterior design are only some of its highlights. A wide range of variants is offered such as the Panel-van the Tourer, the Mixed van and the Chassis that is the base for almost every body builder solution. Many certified bodybuilders follow the Sprinter van’s quality and innovation requirements with their designs and carry out special and individualized conversions based on the customers’ requirements. In this way, the third generation offers a diversity of applications displaying all its attributes.Besides the Sprinter, the Atego and the Accelo trucks are produced at the Mercedes-Benz factory in Argentina, in its manual and automatic versions, which are at the top of sales. These light trucks are mainly intended for delivery and other urban transport tasks. The automatic version offers a great robustness since its gearbox was specially designed for urban use with high frequency of gear changes.