Daimler can look back on a tradition that stretches back over more than a hundred
years and is marked by the pioneering achievements of automotive engineering.
Today, the company is a leading supplier of premium passenger cars as well as
the world's largest manufacturer of commercial vehicles. With its strong brands
and its comprehensive portfolio of automobiles from compact cars to heavy-duty
engine trucks which are completed by tailor-made services along the automotive
value chain, Daimler is active in nearly all countries in the world.
The key challenge connected with sustainable mobility is the reduction of fuel
consumption and the emission of CO2 and other pollutants. DaimlerChrysler is
aware of its responsibility in these areas. In recent years, the Group has already
played a major role in helping to make environment-friendliness and sustainable
mobility a reality and considerably reducing the fleet¡¦s emissions of CO2
and other pollutants. In the future, development work will focus on achieving
further reductions of fuel consumption and exhaust emissions for the Group's
DaimlerChrysler's key objective continues to be the further reduction of CO2
emissions and the consumption of fossil fuels. In order to reach this goal the
Group is focusing on two fields of activity: the vehicles and powertrains on
the one hand (core activities), and fuels on the other (support activities).
Through technical innovations in the vehicle and powertrain sectors DaimlerChrysler
is also pursuing another goal: to achieve a further reduction in exhaust emissions
from its products.
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Anguil's robust Vapor Combustion Unit (VCU) can handle a wide range of emission flow rates. It is as easy to use as an enclosed flare and as effective as a thermal oxidizer.
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and how to make the industry greener from testing to recycling.
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