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Mixed production of conventional and electrically powered trucks at MAN requires a new painting concept. The first shift into the future started in Munich.
There is a shortage of around 80,000 truck drivers in Germany. MAN is now taking up the fight against the shortage with partners - with the "Driving for Germany" initiative.
MAN among the top five percent of the rated companies in the "Manufacture of Motor Vehicles" segment.
From 6 to 18 November, the 27th World Climate Conference, the COP27, will take place in Sharm El-Sheikh. Politics and business have a lot to do to counter the climate crisis. MAN has anchored sustainability and climate protection in its strategy.
Beatriz was a researcher for neuropsychiatric processes, Carolina worked as a pharmacist for a long time. Today, both are software developers at the MAN Digital Hub in Lisbon.
Reinventing the commercial vehicle industry: MAN's highlights at the IAA Transportation 2022
More than 90 student teams compete against each other in self-built racing cars at Formula Student. MAN is involved in sponsoring.
Flexible working promotes sustainability: MAN's "New Work Mode" gives almost 4,600 MAN employees in Munich more freedom thanks to Mobile Office and positions the company as a modern employer.
For the first time, MAN has placed sustainability at the heart of its corporate strategy. The 2021 sustainability report also contains a commitment to a greenhouse gas-neutral balance sheet by 2050.
MAN will be producing high-voltage batteries in Nuremberg from 2025. Ulrich Zimmer from MAN talks about the significance of the decision in an interview.
From 2025, high-voltage batteries will be mass-produced at the traditional MAN site in Nuremberg. The first battery pack was symbolically screwed into place by Minister President Dr Markus Söder and MAN CEO Alexander Vlaskamp.
MAN Truck & Bus is aiming to be neutral by 2050. The target is to save 70 per cent of emissions compared to 2019 levels across all the company’s locations around the world by 2030. Fleet emissions from trucks, buses and vans produced by MAN is to be reduced by 28 per cent by 2030. The commercial vehicle manufacturer has committed to these targets as part of the Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi) climate protection initiative.
Melanie Ullermann from Stadtwerke Neumarkt reports on her experiences with MAN's electromobility experts.Melanie Ullermann from Stadtwerke Neumarkt reports on her experiences with MAN's electromobility experts.
Prof. Wolfgang Jenewein is Professor of Business Administration at the University of St. Gallen and Director of the university's Institute for Mobility (IMO-HSG). He advises major companies such as MAN and in the field of sports has worked with the German national football team, among others. To achieve a successful transformation, he recommends two virtues in particular: humility and curiosity.
MAN has launched a qualifications offensive to make the workforce fit for the technologies of tomorrow. Many colleagues have already actively taken advantage of this opportunity.
Under the motto “Krakow cubed”, MAN is investing some 130 million euros in its Polish site. Its area will be expanded by a third, so that 300 trucks and cabs can roll off the production lines there in the future. Work has been underway at full speed for several weeks, with production set to start as soon as September 2022. MAN CEO Alexander Vlaskamp went to see for himself at the laying of the foundations on 20 January 2022.
An interview with Richard von Braunschweig, the new Head of Corporate Development.
An interview with Alexander Vlaskamp, the new CEO of MAN Truck & Bus.
Despite the pandemic crisis, MAN has implemented countless exciting, pioneering and strategically valuable projects over the course of 2021, all of which illustrate the fact that the company's technological innovations are helping to shape the mobility of the future.
MAN is strengthening its global efforts to protect human rights along the entire supply and value chains. Learn more about the measures.
MAN's commitment to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals does not end with the proportion of women in management. Learn more.
MAN wants to minimize greenhouse gases by setting binding, science-based targets. That is why we joined the Science Based Tar-gets Initiative (SBTi).
From nice-to-to-have to must-have: Why sustainability is important in the company. Four myths about sustainability in fact check.
National and international climate targets are altering the business model at MAN.
Head of strategy Roman Hilgers gives an interview in which he answers key questions on the latest NewMAN corporate strategy. Read it now!
Absolute superstars: MAN's exclusive high-speed yacht engines set the tone in international competition.
Ace up your sleeve: 3D printing opens up entirely new possibilities for the commercial vehicle industry. MAN is already benefiting from the new technology and using it for selected components. A visit with the experts.
Corona has accelerated the path from analog to digital. At MAN, numerous digital tools already determine daily processes - find out here how MAN is taking advantage of the opportunities offered by digitization.
What are the ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions? And how does a company become CO2-neutral? These are the possibilities.
Reducing CO2 emissions is one of the most urgent tasks for MAN. Fabian Heidinger explains why we are working intensively on this issue and how we are living up to our social responsibility.
MAN's carbon footprint is shrinking and shrinking. Find out here what MAN is doing on its way to climate-neutral production by 2030.
The technology of the future, autonomous driving, enables safe, efficient, and environmentally friendly transport of goods. MAN has been carrying out intensive development work in various projects in this area for many years.
MAN arranged for nearly 50 children to take a unique peek behind the scenes at FC Bayern Munich. What head coach Hansi Flick, centre back David Alaba and coach driver Michael Lauerbach told the young FCB fans.
The MAN lion has roared from the radiator grilles of MAN vehicles since 1971. We take a look back at its development.
Heinrich Büssing’s inventiveness was inexhaustible. His lifelong passion was for mobility. We look back on a pioneer in truck and bus manufacturing.
MAN continues to drive digitization forward and is becoming an expert in digital solutions: A visit to MAN's in-house Digital Hub in Lisbon.
Corporate responsibility is not a luxury that companies may treat themselves to. Such issues as climate protection, sustainability and diversity must be made a part of strategic decision-making if a company is to achieve commercial success over the long term.
Companies benefit in many ways from pursuing clearly defined corporate responsibility goals. A few figures with an impression.
Strategy consulting for sustainability: This is how MAN Truck & Bus and other companies are positioning themselves on topics such as climate protection, sustainability, diversity. An interview with expert Frank Sprenger.
These are the answers to the greatest challenges facing the transport sector: MAN used its new corporate responsibility report for 2019 to put the emphasis on a clean, safe and considerate transport system.
Helping other people: Caroline Bischof from MAN helped develop an app that supports job seekers and companies in the Corona crisis.
Every year the MAN Impact Accelerator supports startups with a social focus. Which new companies are involved? And how does MAN help the startups in their development?
The first MAN hackathon involved 23 teams developing innovative solutions for all aspects of electric mobility, transport logistics and the future of the transport ecosystem. Two teams from the MAN ranks were especially successful.
Four MAN employees venture into new territory – and report how they are preparing themselves and the company for the future.
MAN and NEOPLAN sold more buses in 2018 then ever before. Head of Bus Sales Rudi Kuchta reveals the strategy behind this success.
14 transport operators were involved in development of the new truck generation. As experts from the field, they supported MAN with advice and criticism. Their verdict is unanimous.