MAN Truck & Bus
Paris is converting to clean transport. So transport operator RATP also relies on modern buses: they are reliable, environmentally friendly and cost-effective. A report from the city on the Seine.
The sugar beet season in Germany begins in September. A state of emergency prevails until January, especially in the leading growing region in Bavaria. Also on board: The MAN TGS agricultural truck. A report on the sweet side of agriculture.
What look like dream homes from an architecture magazine, are in truth rest stops on Norway's roads.
Paris is a role model for clean urban transport. Steffen de Rudder, a professor in urban studies, explains the basis for this success – it has to do with buses.
Congratulations to the „Coach of the Year 2020“
16,000 kilometres, 86 people, two NEOPLAN Tourliners, one mission: the Bolshoi Orchestra presents music by blockbuster film composer Hans Zimmer on stages throughout Europe. The most comfortable way for the musicians to travel: their coaches.
Perfect partners: The international FCC waste-management company has chosen to deploy the robust trucks and benefit from the proactive maintenance management by MAN. The favourite in Austria is a TGS 8x4 with MAN HydroDrive
Many cities in Europe are extending their vehicle fleet and the associated infrastructure. Buses from MAN make a significant contribution to this and provide a wide range of different drives. Bus travel is therefore especially eco-friendly and efficient in these cities.
Whether tipper trucks, concrete mixers or a special construction vehicle, these varied trucks are ideal for use on any construction site.
MAN Truck & Bus jointly with Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles are paving the way for future progress: both companies use the study "What Cities Want" to reveal four exciting scenarios whereby the logistics of the future can be designed to be environment-, customer- and energy-friendly.
Floating over snowcapped peaks, enjoying a panoramic view: the highest three-cable installation in the world has been opened in Zermatt in the Swiss Alps.
Bus stops are not very spectacular-looking, do you agree? These bus stops in the former Soviet Union are different. Canadian photographer Christopher Herwig came across them on a trip and used them for his book "Soviet Bus Stops".
Kakha Kaladze has won virtually everything there is to win in football. Now he runs the Georgian capital Tbilisi and wants to take its local transport into the 21st century. He has chosen MAN as a partner for his mission.