Mercedes-Benz Impact

Mercedes-Benz U.S. International is committed to excellence and actively promotes teamwork safety, quality, and continuous improvement within its ranks.

Economic Impact


In September of 1993, after an extensive six-month site selection process, the company chose Tuscaloosa County, Alabama as the location for its $300 million plant.

Mercedes-Benz Economic Impact Facts



Since putting roots down in Alabama in 1993, more than $12 million has been donated to the local North Alabama community, with a specific focus on families and the betterment of the region.

Habitat for Humanity

Over the last 10 years, Mercedes Benz U.S. International has partnered with Tuscaloosa Habitat for Humanity and Greater Birmingham Habitat for Humanity to build houses for those who have been effected by severe tragedy, whether a car wreck or a tornado.  For 6 weeks every year, MBUSI team members take time out of their schedule to build a house with the same attention to quality and efficiency we put into our cars.

Workforce Development & Education