Engineering the Future - since 1758
My truck is my castle. How have you customized yours?
What makes your MAN Truck unique? Maybe a stuffed animal and a illuminated name plate? Or is it comfortably furnished? What makes your cab a luxurious oasis?
Transporting with efficiency: Freight transportation in the future
The trend is towards online trading, which is one of the reasons why all the forecasts predict a further increase in the transportation of goods over the coming years. But how will it be possible to manage the increased volume of traffic, without burdening the environment and society? This pressing issue was examined by the study “Der Güterverkehr von morgen” (Freight transportation in the future), carried out by the Heinrich Böll Foundation and the Institute of Automotive Technology in Dresden. Michael Walther took part in the study as an advisor for the Heinrich Böll Foundation. He explained to us the reason for carrying it out, and the central results it delivered.
Maximum economy with ultimate environmental conservation
Breaking your truck's smoking and drinking habits? We are your MAN.
Corporate Responsibility Report 2012
Under the heading “We Are Responsible”, in our CR Report 2012 we look back on a year in which we have achieved a great deal in the area of sustainability and have set ourselves new tasks for the future.
CR Report 2012
From the wooden battery to the completed concept vehicle: the emergence of the MAN Metropolis
Europe’s city centres are introducing increasingly stricter environmental restrictions. Reduction of emissions through cleaner vehicles is only one among many measures. Traffic congestion, for instance, is another equally important point as it causes combustion of completely unnecessary fuel and emission of CO2 and particles. Many cities such as Paris or Madrid are therefore attempting to pro-actively manage the traffic as far as possible, and in this context they have decided that municipal vehicles may only fulfil their duties at night-time..
What Cities Want
Will it be via a six-lane highway or a well-designed public transportation system? The study “What Cities Want” examined the mobility needs of 15 cities — this week we introduce Munich´s approach.