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MAN Trucks

MAN Trucks

MAN are a truck manufacturer based in Munich, Germany. The company can trace its routes back to 1758, with the founding of St Anthony´s Ironworks in Oberhausen. The company branched out into many industries throughout the years, including locomotion and propulsion, investing heavily in new technology. In 1893, MAN engineers aided Rudolph Diesel in producing the world´s first diesel engine, however, it wasn´t until after the war that MAN started to focus more attention on commercial vehicles.

With over 51,000 employees in over 120 countries, and 1200 service points in Europe, MAN really are a forerunner in the transport engineering industry...

MAN currently offer 4 trucks:

  • TGL - Local haulage.
  • TGM - Construction/Utility/Light Haulage
  • TGS - Heavy duty construction/local and regional distribution
  • TGX - Long distance haulage

 

Outside Broadcasting MAN MAN TGS Truck Picture

Specialist engineering and coachbuilding company, Spectra, has chosen a MAN TGS 26.440 6x2 rigid chassis on which to produce its latest hand built, multi-million pound Outside Broadcast unit for the Swiss national TV broadcaster, RTS.

Saints Sets A Trend With MAN ‘DFM’ MAN TGX Truck Picture

Saints Transport, one of the country’s largest airfreight hauliers, has equipped its entire fleet of 195 MAN vehicles, from 7.5t to 44t.

Bibby’s MAN Fleet Nears 800 MAN TGM Truck Picture

Bibby Distribution has confirmed its position as one of MAN’s largest customers with its latest receipt of ten TGM 18.250 4x2 rigids

MAN TGL 2010 Truck Review MAN TGL Truck Picture

With double the payload capacity, why are 12 tonners not a much more popular choice? We test the MAN TGL to see if the reasons are justified.

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