Engines & Components 

A new website for MAN engines and components

With an improved layout, completely revised content and a new design, the new look of the updated www.man-engines.com website for MAN engines and components offers a high level of user-friendliness and quality of information.

With an improved layout, completely revised content and a new design, the new look of the updated www.man-engines.com website presents MAN engines and components.

Through the new global design of its Internet presence, the website for MAN's external engine business now fits seamlessly with the overall image of the Group. The new MAN engines website can be accessed either directly at www.man-engines.com or via the global homepage of the MAN Group, www.man.eu.

Visitors to the website can find the topics arranged based on the application areas for the high-speed, four-stroke engines: On-road for road vehicles such as buses or special-purpose vehicles, Off-road for agricultural, rail and industrial applications, Power for diesel and gas engines for power generation and Marine engines for yachts and commercial shipping. The broad range of MAN engines in the 37 kW to 1,324 kW (50 HP to 1,800 HP) performance range is supplemented by the component range of axles and transfer cases. A particular highlight is the "In Focus" section, in which products and applications are looked at in detail.

"Customers and interested visitors will have direct access to MAN's high product and service quality through the new website", said Reiner Rößner, Head of Sales MAN Engines. The www.man-engines.com website offers enhanced user-friendliness with a clear page layout and easy access to product information. Large-format and high-resolution product images reflect the high quality of MAN engines and provide detailed views. Enquiries can be sent quickly and easily to the required sales unit from every page.

The overhaul of the international engine website is another step in the new arrangement of MAN's global online presence. MAN websites are being renewed step by step in around 50 countries.