With a workforce of more than 12,500, the Mercedes-Benz plant in Bremen is the largest private-sector employer in the region. Eleven models are currently produced at the site: the Saloon, Estate, Coupé and Cabriolet of the C-Class, the Coupé and Cabriolet of the E-Class, the GLC cross-country vehicle, the GLC Coupé, the SLC and SL roadsters, as well as the EQC. More than 410,000 vehicles were produced in Bremen in 2018. As the centre of competence for the C-Class, the Bremen plant oversees the worldwide production of Mercedes-Benz’s highest-volume model series at the company’s foreign plants in Tuscaloosa, USA, Beijing, China, and East London, South Africa. Production of the GLC, too, is controlled from Bremen as the main production location. By the end of the decade, the list of vehicles “Made in Bremen” will encompass the full range of intelligent powertrains – from the classic combustion engine and plug-in hybrid to fuel-cell and electric vehicles.