VIENNA – MAN Nutzfahrzeuge AG, the German manufacturer of heavy trucks and buses, plans to determine the location for a future East European truck plant by May. “In order to keep close to the expanding (East European) markets in the future, we are planning a new assembly plant in Eastern Europe,” confirms MAN Chairman Anton Weinmann. “It will expand our capacity and supplement the existing production network of MAN Nutzfahrzeuge.” Site selection for a new MAN truck plant should be ...

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