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MAN Truck & Bus at the IFAT ENTSORGA 2012 in Munich

Waste disposal, street cleaning or winter services – municipalities and operators need reliable and economical vehicles. These are what MAN Truck & Bus is displaying at the IFAT ENTSORGA 2012 in Munich.

At the IFAT ENTSORGA 2012, the world's leading fair for water, sewage, waste and raw materials management from May 7 through 11 in Munich, MAN Truck & Bus is presenting a broad spectrum of its practically-oriented vehicle solutions. MAN chassis set the standards in the field when it comes to reliability, safety, body-mounting compatibility and drive comfort.

MAN can be found at Stand 311, Hall C 4. The company will be displaying five vehicles from the TGM and TGS series from its wide range of commercial vehicles with gross weights of between 7.49 and 41 tonnes. They demonstrate the company's expertise in the branch in the area of winter service, waste disposal and street cleaning applications. In addition, various body builders are presenting further MAN vehicles at their stands in the exhibition halls and in the outdoor area.

"Waste disposal, winter services and street cleaning are tasks that the public depend on being dealt with smoothly and reliably. Municipalities and operators put their trust in economical vehicles – vehicles that harmonise MAN chassis and sector-specific bodies and do the job, collecting waste or cleaning streets. Or vehicles that can be operated as all-rounders over the course of the whole year, as roll-off and set-down tippers or three-way tippers, for example. The range of MAN products gives the operators flexibility," explains Martin Zaindl, Sales manager for municipal and official trucks at MAN Truck & Bus Germany. "As exhibitors at the IFAT ENTSORGA 2012 we cordially invite visitors from Germany and abroad to our MAN stand in Hall C 4, Stand 311 to get an idea of what the innovative power of our engineers has produced for the sector. On many continents, MAN vehicles prove that they deliver outstanding service as municipal vehicles."