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Maximum energy in minimum time: that’s the story for fully electric HGVs such as the new MAN eTruck when they stop to charge. The solution is megawatt charging.
At the Nuremberg Technical Centre, MAN wants to take the production of the batteries into its own hands and give them the longest possible life.
Converting their fleets to zero emission vehicles is on the minds of almost all industries. MAN Transport Solutions advises customers on this path.
MAN Truck & Bus is relying on electric drive to bring more sustainability to its fleet. However, research is also under way into hydrogen fuel cells.
An impressive life story: Guillaume Levaillant is a passionate truck driver, managing director of Paratrans, the transport company he set up – and he has been paralysed from the age of 23. That hasn’t hindered this entrepreneur. We visited the genuine workaholic in the North of France.
MAN and three partners are testing autonomous container handling in the ANITA project. The end of May saw the mid-term review on the MAN test route.
The celebration of love, peace and contemplation is a perfect opportunity to switch off. Sadly, that’s not the case for everyone: the rolling tide of gifts leads to maximum stress in the logistics sector. The worsening driver shortage makes the problem even worse.
Infrastructures for electromobility, digital logistics and autonomous driving are becoming increasingly important in the transport sector. These solutions were presented at the ITS World Congress 2021.
400 international exhibitors – including MAN with Hamburg TruckPilot – presented innovative transport systems at the ITS World Congress 2021. Get an overview of new vehicle technologies here.
MAN continues to drive forward freight transport with autonomous trucks. The roadmap envisages bringing autonomous zero-emission trucks into series production by the end of the decade.
Till Schlumberger, Project Manager at HHLA, is responsible for the "Hamburg TruckPilot" project jointly managed with MAN Truck & Bus. In an interview, he explains the challenges facing the logistics company.
We show how Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG's (HHLA) Container Terminal Altenwerder (CTA) works. A tour of the extraordinary Hamburg quay facility, where MAN is also represented with a pilot project.
The "Hamburg TruckPilot" team celebrates: The autonomous truck successfully and safely toured the Container Terminal Altenwerder during two days of practical test drives.
Crowded streets, winding alleys, multi-lane avenues? An electric MAN eTGE whizzes through Paris delivering parcels for DHL Express France - with zero emissions.
Home stretch at the Ballinkai in the Port of Hamburg where the MAN and HHLA “Hamburg TruckPilot” project testing the deployment of autonomously driving trucks is entering its final phase.
Environmentally friendly, simple and efficient: MAN's e-buses, e-trucks and e-vans are increasingly being used emission-free and efficiently. You can find out here, where.
Transportwesen 4.0: For years MAN has been testing automated driving in real-life operation. The technology is proving its worth on the freeway and also in logistics terminals. An overview of completed and ongoing projects.
Will this megatrend revolutionize the world of logistics? Automated trucks and buses are set to bring the future and promise potential savings of 50 percent. However, there are still a few hurdles.
MAN and the logistics provider Duvenbeck are united by a successfullteamwork for a common goal – high availability and the best possible product. A visit to Duvenbeck's fleet manager Bernd Reining.
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.
Our MAN TGE is one of the most versatile transport vehicles. The van is an absolute winner for Linde Gas Therapeutics, it even secures the survival of many people in Munich.
PwC expert Dr Martin Nicklis explains the consequences of the construction boom – and how smart companies should respond to it.
Modular building accelerates construction projects, says Peter Guttenberger, managing director of Max Bögl Transport und Geräte GmbH. How exactly does it work – and how does he envisage the ideal truck to achieve it?
Machinery and trucks are rolling over the world's largest construction sites to meet the growing demand for living space, offices and infrastructure. This sustained boom is resulting in more and more orders. Five developments with a view to the future.