The very latest organisational and logistics methods are applied to the manufacture of the entire light and medium truck series of MAN. Furthermore Steyr produces special vehicles and cabs for MAN's production network.
The Steyr plant also carries out research and development across all series and components, embedded in MAN's development network and always with the aim of making vehicles more efficient, more reliable, safer, more eco-friendly and more comfortable.
The Pre-Series Center is a hub where the requirements of the process owners in the areas of planning, development and quality assurance are harmonised and optimised in relation to one another. That’s how the manufacturability of products is being assured.
In MTBÖ's wholly-owned subsidiary plant in Banovce in the Slovak Republic they manufacture components range from single parts ready for installation to welded assemblies and attachments ready for installation to sub-assemblies.
|Works area||500,000 m2|
1914 New plant is completed
1916 Decision is taken to begin production of vehicles
1917 Vehicle development begins
1919 Production launch of the first truck produced in Steyr
1920 Passenger car production begins with Type Steyr II
1922 Truck series production starts with Steyr Type III
1929 Ferdinand Porsche Director Engineering
1936 Series production of Type 50 "Steyr Baby" starts
1941 First all-wheel-drive truck Type 1500 A rolls off Steyr production line
1948 Start of production of Type 380 – first Steyr truck with diesel engine
1968 Series production of Plus Series, Types 590-1890 begins
1978 Series production of model series 91 with Types 591-1891 begins
1983 First Joint Venture in China
1986 The new medium-class series 92, Europe's first low-noise truck and an environmentally friendly engine series receive industry acclaim.
1989 Truck division of Steyr-Daimler-Puch AG is taken over by MAN Nutzfahrzeuge AG
1990 – 1995 Biggest investment phase in the history of the plant
1993 Series production of the L 2000 begins
1997 Austrian State Prize for Innovation
1999 Takeover of MAN's entire truck production in the 6- to 18-tonne class
2005 The TGL truck series, developed and produced in Steyr, is voted "Truck of the Year" for 2006 by Europe's trade journalists
2006 Series production of the TGL/TGM series begins
2007 Further expansion programme with investment of 100 million euros to raise production capacity up to 30,000 trucks and up to 50,000 cabs per year
2009 Foundation stone is laid for Pre-Series Center
2013 TGL and TGM series production with new Euro 6 exhaust gas limit
2016 Buildup Truck Modification Center, production of special vehicles for all series
2017 New ground broken for painting of plastic parts; Start of production of the first medium series trucks with electric motor
2019 Ramp up paintwork facility for plastic parts, 100 years production of vehicles in Steyr, 30 years MAN in Steyr