Alexander Vlaskamp will be MAN Truck & Bus CEO for five more years. His contract was extended by the company’s supervisory boards of MAN and TRATON. Vlaskamp has been in charge of MAN Truck & Bus since the end of 2021. Vlaskamp’s former roles included working for Scania in Germany and Austria as Director After-Sales (2002 to 2007) and Managing Director (2012 to 2017). Between these positions, he was Managing Director at Scania Polska.

Christian Levin on Alexander Vlaskamp’s confirmation

“Alexander Vlaskamp and his team have done an impressive job in turning MAN around and getting the brand back on track for success”, commented Christian Levin, CEO of the TRATON GROUP and Chairman of the Supervisory Board of MAN Truck & Bus SE. “Thanks to Alexander Vlaskamp, MAN has also advanced to become a key driving force in the TRATON GROUP when it comes to the transition to renewable fuels and electrification. MAN’s new electric truck celebrated a very successful market launch. MAN recently established itself as Europe’s market leader for electric city buses. Under the leadership of Alexander Vlaskamp, MAN is a powerful force in the TRATON GROUP. So I look forward to continuing working together to transform transportation.”


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