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MAN Truck & Bus AG
Type Aktiengesellschaft
Headquarters Munich, Bavaria, Germany
Key people Dr. Georg Pachta-Reyhofen (CEO)
Industry Commercial vehicles
Products Trucks and buses;
Diesel- and
natural-gas engines
Parent MAN SE
Website MAN Truck & Bus

MAN Truck & Bus AG (formerly MAN Nutzfahrzeuge AG) is the largest subsidiary of the MAN SE corporation and one of the leading international providers of commercial vehicles. Headquartered in Munich, Germany, MAN Truck & Bus produces 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.

Trucks and buses of the product brand MAN and buses of the product brand NEOPLAN (VIP Class buses) belong to the MAN Nutzfahrzeuge Group.[1] [2][3]

On 1 January 2011, MAN Nutzfahrzeuge (literally: commercial vehicles) was renamed as MAN Truck & Bus to better reflect the company's products on the international market.[4]

Production sitesEdit

TrucksEdit

- Heavy Range

  • Munich (GER)
  • Salzgitter (GER)
  • Kraków (POL)

- Light- and Medium Range

  • Steyr (A)

- Special-purpose vehicles

  • Vienna (A)

BusesEdit

- Standard Coaches

  • Ankara (TUR)
  • Plauen (GER)

- Premium coaches

  • Plauen (GER)

- Intercity buses

  • Ankara (TUR)

- City buses

  • Starachowice (POL) (city buses in white)
  • Poznań (POL) (city buses, components)
  • Ankara (TUR) (low-cost)

- Double decker buses

  • Plauen (GER)

- Bus-chassis

  • Salzgitter (GER)

EnginesEdit

  • Nuremberg (GER)

Co-operation partnersEdit

CKD-locationsEdit

  • Pinetown (RSA): heavy, medium and light trucks; bus-chassis[7]
  • Querétaro (MEX)
  • Olifantsfontein (RSA): intercity- and regular service buses [7]
  • Sharjah, (UAE): Assembling of truck under the Shacman brand. The company is a part of the Shaanxi Automobile Group.

ProductsEdit

Trucks and military vehiclesEdit

BusesEdit

Main article: Neoman Bus

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit

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