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 6 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