A man on heavy duty

Large-scale haulage at Bohnet GmbH

Large-scale haulage requires thorough planning. At Bohnet GmbH, this task is performed by Kevin Knaub. He not only meticulously maps out the routes, but also takes to the steering wheel himself during the nightly journeys.

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World Rallycross Champion Mattias Ekström

He takes over new MAN TGX D38 for his Team, EKS

The reigning World Rallycross Champion and DTM driver Mattias Ekström is relying on a new MAN TGX D38 for the race logis-tics of his RX team, EKS. Ekström personally picked up the fully-equipped 18.580 at the MAN Truck Forum in Munich.

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Celebrating 50 years with the MAN of the Match

Some people are on the pitch...they think it’s all over... it was then!

In order to celebrate that great occasion of winning the World Cup back in 1966, some 50 years ago, MAN invited a select number of customers to take part in the Project ’66 initiative.

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AGRITECHNICA 2017

Memory of days gone by: The MAN TGS 18500 4x4 BL agricultural truck

A variety of transport tasks are arising in agricultural business and for contracted hauliers. Trucks are gaining ground in the transport chain between farm, field and warehouse.

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Heavy boys

Timber transport training with MAN ProfiDrive®

The transport of short-trunk timber is known as a particularly demanding sector in the truck-driving industry. MAN ProfiDrive® now offers special training for this particular line of business. And as the pilot training showed, even die-hard timber drivers can still learn a lot – much to the thrill of those participating.

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First MAN TGX PerformanceLine edition delivered

No 001 for BFS/Stegmaier Group

The flagship of the MAN TGX series with 640 hp was presented at the IAA as a special edition limited to 100 vehicles. Heinz-Jürgen Löw, Sales & Marketing Director at MAN Truck & Bus AG, has now personally handed over the key to No 001 of the special edition to BFS (Business Fleet Services), Stegmaier Group’s hire division, at MAN Truck Forum.

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