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Headquartered in Munich, Germany, MAN Truck & Bus produces vans in the range from 3.0 to 5.5 t gvw, trucks in the range from 7.49 to 44 t gvw, heavy goods vehicles up to 250 t road train gvw, bus-chassis, coaches, interurban coaches, and city buses. MAN Truck & Bus also produces diesel and natural-gas engines.
MAN Truck & Bus is one of Europe’s leading commercial vehicle manufacturers; it provides transport solutions and has an annual turnover of over 10.9 billion euros (2021). Its product portfolio includes vans, trucks, buses, diesel and gas engines and a range of services relating to the transport of passengers and goods.
Everyone is talking about the transformation of the commercial vehicle industry – MAN is actively shaping it: Look forward to the new MAN eTruck, digital solutions and a holistic product strategy for the sustainable transport of the future. Immerse yourself in the world of the MAN eMobility. Learn more.
MAN is aiming to test the entire hydrogen ecosystem in transport logistics. “We take our responsibility towards the environment and society very seriously, so MAN Truck & Bus is using a lot of energy for the development of alternative drive systems,” emphasises Frederik Zohm, Executive Board member for Research & Development.
MAN Truck & Bus introduces New TG Range in its largest Sales Area . More . MAN delivers 80 New Lion’s Coaches in Saudi Arabia . This is MAN’s single largest deal ...
MAN Truck & Bus is accelerating the change to zero-emission commercial vehicles. Production of heavy-duty e-trucks in Munich is now scheduled to begin as early as the beginning of 2024 with prompt delivery of an initial 200 units.
MAN Truck & Bus is one of Europe's leading manufacturers of commercial vehicles with production facilities in three European countries as well as in Russia, South Africa, and Turkey.
At the beginning of December 2008, MAN took over Volkswagen's Brazilian truck and bus operation, Volkswagen Caminhões e Ônibus, putting the division under the control of MAN Latin America. Therewith, MAN now is a market leader in Brazil, with a market share of 30%.
Man Truck & Bus will bring smart solutions for today’s and tomorrow’s urban transportation to the UITP Global Public Transport Summit in Barcelona, scheduled for June 4-7. Sustainable solutions in public transport are in demand more than ever. The Paris Climate Agreement requires that global warming be limited to below two degrees.