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€88.51
Previous Close
€88.51
Day High
€88.88
Day Low
€88.21
52 Week High
02/19/14 - €94.02
52 Week Low
10/15/13 - €86.45
Market Cap
13.2B
Average Volume 10 Days
1.6K
EPS TTM
€1.72
Shares Outstanding
6.1M
EX-Date
05/16/14
P/E TM
51.6x
Dividend
€3.07
Dividend Yield
3.46%
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man se-vorzugsaktien (MAN3) Details

MAN SE manufactures and supplies commercial vehicles, engines, and mechanical engineering equipment worldwide. Its MAN Truck & Bus segment offers commercial vehicles and transportation solutions. This segment provides trucks; heavy special-purpose vehicles; city and intercity buses, coaches, and bus chassis under the MAN brand, as well as luxury coaches under the NEOPLAN brand; industrial, marine, and on- and off-road engines; and passenger transportation and goods transportation services. The company’s MAN Latin America segment manufactures trucks, bus chassis, and tailor made special purpose vehicles under the Volkswagen and MAN brands. Its MAN Diesel & Turbo segment offers large-bore diesel engines for marine and stationary application, as well as supplies turbo machinery. This segment provides two and four stroke engines for use in ships and power plants; on-board gensets, exhaust-gas turbochargers, and propulsion systems; diesel and gas power plants and power plant components; compressors, gas and steam turbines, and chemical reactors; turbo machinery trains for the oil and gas industry, processing industry, and power generation; and after sales services for its products under the MAN PrimeServ brand. The company’s Renk segment provides vehicle transmissions for medium and heavy tracked vehicles; special gear units for specialist marine and stationary applications; standard gear units primarily for merchant shipping, industrial applications, and wind power; slide bearings housings; and turnkey testing systems for the automotive, rail, and aviation industries, as well as for wind power plants. The company was founded in 1758 and is headquartered in Munich, Germany. MAN SE is a subsidiary of Truck & Bus GmbH.

52,766 Employees
Last Reported Date: 07/30/14
Founded in 1758

man se-vorzugsaktien (MAN3) Top Compensated Officers

Interim Chairman of The Management Board and ...
Total Annual Compensation: €1.2M
Chief Procurement Officer and Member of Manag...
Total Annual Compensation: €2.7M
Chief Human Resources Officer and Member of M...
Total Annual Compensation: €1.0M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

man se-vorzugsaktien (MAN3) Key Developments

MAN Wins Order for 750 Buses in Brazil

MAN SE has won an order for 750 buses for the city of Salvador, the Germany-based manufacturer's second-biggest order in Brazil this year. MAN will deliver chassis and engines for the buses, as part of an overall order, including components and parts from other suppliers, reportedly worth EUR 70 million (USD 89 million). The city is changing from a state-owned transportation network to a partly privatised system, which is creating opportunities for busmakers. The company is planning to invest BRL 1 billion (USD 415 million) by 2017 in the country, maintaining this amount despite the region's decline in 2014.

Scania Starts Gearbox Cooperation with MAN

Scania is starting extensive cooperation with MAN regarding gearboxes for heavy commercial vehicles. MAN will gradually introduce Scania's current gearbox range from 2016 and the companies will cooperate on future generations. This will mean faster delivery of improved products to customers, as well as more efficient use of production units and research and development resources. The cooperation relates to Scania's current gearbox range and the development of future generations. Scania gearboxes will be gradually introduced in MAN's products starting in 2016. MAN will integrate the gearboxes in its powertrain and electronic architecture.

ŽOS Vrútky a.s. Orders Additional 40 Engines of Type D2862 Le633

Having successfully deployed MAN engines in the past, ŽOS Vrútky a.s. has ordered an additional 40 engines of type D2862 LE633 for the period up to the first quarter of 2015. The 12-cylinder railway engine is to be used in the diesel power units of the Slovakian company's 861 series (Regiomover) in a two-engine system with 588 kW (800 hp) per engine. The D2862 complies with the strict emission regulations of EC level IIIB. This efficient and most powerful of the MAN railway engines is available for rail cars and locomotives at performance levels ranging from 588 to 735 kW (800 to 1000 hp). It was first introduced only recently at the international trade fair for transport engineering, InnoTrans 2012 in Berlin, and will be on display there again in 2014. Flexible deployment: MAN's new product for the railway sector is particularly impressive due to an increase in performance and the expansion of the cylinder capacity to 24.2 l in comparison to the previous model. The performance range and installation conditions of the 12-cylinder engine are tailored to the specific requirements of railway vehicles. The multiple-engine concept makes it possible to flexibly distribute the load across several engines. Extremely compact installation situations are possible – almost as a 'plug & play' version – on account of the two attached intercoolers. The D2862 is also available for established installation situations with medium turbine positions and a flexibly designed intercooler installation. Compact and powerful: Performance requirements for railway engines have increased significantly as more advanced installations such as air conditioning or passenger information systems require more electricity. These developments have led to increasingly high demands on engines. The D2862 LE633 has proven to be especially powerful and highly efficient. Its compact and low design is ideal for sub-floor applications and thus ideal for deployment in locomotives (DMU – Diesel Multiple Unit) and maintenance vehicles. Diesel engine range for rail applications: MAN offers efficient diesel engines with 6 and 12 cylinders for use in rail cars, mainline and shunting locomotives, track-maintenance vehicles as well as for power supply. The power range spans from 257 kW (350 hp) to up to 265 kW (360 hp) for rail cars and up to 735 kW (1000 hp) for locomotives, as well as from 230 kW to 543 kW (313 hp to 738 hp) for traction power units. MAN engines are characterised by their compact installation, which can be conventionally performed in the engine module or, to save space, beneath the floor or in the roof. Its advantages are fast load pick-up and economically viable long-term usage while adhering to prescribed emission standards worldwide.

 

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