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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.
Living more sustainably, shaping an emission-free economy and protecting the planet. These are the goals of the Greentech Festival 2022 in Berlin. MAN was there with its entire electric fleet.
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.
MAN Truck & Bus is stepping up the pace in the transition to zero-emission commercial vehicles: Production of heavy-duty eTrucks in Munich will start as early as the beginning of 2024.
An interview with Alexander Vlaskamp, the new CEO of MAN Truck & Bus.
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.
Freight forwarder Georg Fischer relies on MAN. Now his freight forwarder is also on the road with fully electric MAN eTGEs on Norderney. Read now.
E-scooters have become an integral part of the urban landscape. To be able to maintain its e-scooters in an environmentally friendly way, TIER Mobility relies on the MAN eTGE.
The MAN Lion's City 12 E is now in operation on Pellworm in the UNESCO World Heritage Site with zero local emissions. The island's population was one of those who opted for the electric bus from MAN.
For more than twelve years, Stephan Potthoff-Wenner has been trimming his family business for sustainability. Recently, two electric vehicles from MAN have also been added to his repertoire. On site, he tells us why he opted for the electric vehicles and what his conclusion is so far.
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!
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.
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 is using the eMobility Centre to develop its series production of electric trucks. An interview with the head of this new production hall on the opportunities of electric mobility.
MAN will be presenting prototype hydrogen trucks as early as summer 2021. A fuel cell drive will for the first time enable fully emission-free transport in long-distance traffic.
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 recycling of electric batteries has not yet been finally solved. Dr. Johannes Öhl from Fraunhofer IWKS gives an overview of the possibilities so far. Learn more here!
Electric mobility has gained a foothold in public transport. A conversation with MAN Head of Business Unit Bus Rudi Kutcha.
Ganz andere Regeln als für Pkw: Für Nutzfahrzeuge hält die Verkehrswende andere Herausforderungen bereit. Welche Konsequenzen hat der Umstieg auf alternative Antriebe für Busse und Lkw? Ein Ausblick.
Climate protection is a human duty. 197 states have agreed to keep global warming below two degrees Celsius. The distribution industry and public transport are among the forerunners. Only with zero-emission commercial vehicles can they meet the requirements. This is a clear argument in favour of e-mobility.
Clean mobility in heavy-duty commercial vehicles: A transformation of commercial and public transport vehicles poses different challenges to those that are already evident for private cars. Which alternatives to the diesel engine hold the greatest potential and what are the consequences of conversion? A look into the near future.
Hamburg is showing the way and is once again one of the German pioneers in mobility of the future. Find out here how MAN is helping the Hanseatic city to make public transport even more sustainable.
5 days, 9 electric buses and critical experts: A report on the unique e-bus test with the new MAN Lion's City 12E.
Since mid-September, SPAR has been testing a fully electric MAN TGM 26.360 E in daily distribution transport in the Austrian city of Graz.
The wholesale group METRO Austria is another partner to the MAN eTruck project, testing out a TGM 26.360 E in the Vienna metropolitan area.
They are clean and quiet, flexible and powerful: electric trucks could soon conquer the streets in modern cities. MAN is developing the right vehicles for this – and using practical testing to prepare for series production.
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.
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.
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.
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.
In Salzburg, the name Stiegl not only stands for the best beer, but also for sustainability. So now, among other things, this traditional brewery is using an all-electric MAN TGM 26.360 E for its deliveries.