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For the new natural gas city buses for the Cairo Transport Authority, MAN Truck & Bus worked together with the local importer, Kastour Egypt for Industry & Trading.

Future oriented: 122 MAN natural gas city buses for Cairo

The Cairo Transportation Authority (CTA) relies on MAN natural gas buses.


Sanpellegrino reduces emissions and noise with gas fuelled trucks from Scania

How Sanpellegrino reduces emissions and noise with gas fuelled trucks from Scania.


How SPAR cuts down on emissions

Since mid-September, SPAR has been testing a fully electric MAN TGM 26.360 E in Granz, Austria.


Östersund's electric buses

How the city of Östersund is working on a sustainable transport system for the future.

The Scania XT 8×4 autonomous tipper truck in an Australien mine.

Autonomous mining trucks

Scania and Rio Tinto are testing trucks in Western Australia.

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In the world of tomorrow, automation, connectivity and clean energy is the focus and innovations in these areas will transform transportation for all goods and people. TRATON GROUP will actively drive this change with its know-how and new technologies that are portrayed in this movie.

MAN hands over first electric truck to Porsche The electric MAN eTGM is now on the road in Germany for the first time. In the future, Porsche Group Logistics will test the MAN eTGM under everyday conditions in order to gain experience with electric commercial vehicles. The two-axle semitrailer tractor will take over the transportation of components – including for the electric Porsche Taycan in the Stuttgart region. More electric trucks will be delivered to various customers in 2019, with serial production at MAN due to start in 2021. Together with its brands, TRATON is thus shaping the transformation of logistics as it moves toward more sustainability.

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TRATON SE, formerly Volkswagen Truck & Bus AG, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Volkswagen AG and a leading commercial vehicle manufacturer worldwide with its brands MAN, Scania, Volkswagen Caminhões e Ônibus, and RIO. In 2017, TRATON GROUP’s brands sold around 205,000 vehicles in total. Its offering comprises light-duty commercial vehicles, trucks, and buses which are produced at 31 sites in 17 countries. The Company had a workforce of around 81,000 worldwide across its commercial vehicle brands as of December 31, 2017. The Group seeks to transform the transportation system through its products, its services, and as a partner for its customers.


  • TRATON is striving to become a Global Champion of the truck and transport services industry. We build upon our strong base by further expanding our brands’ presence and utilizing our strong network of strategic partners to access all major profit pools.


  • 4 continents
  • 17 countries
  • 81,000 employees



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