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Last €92.43 EUR
Change Today +0.471 / 0.51%
Volume 44.5K
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man se (MAN) Snapshot

Open
€91.10
Previous Close
€91.96
Day High
€92.50
Day Low
€90.42
52 Week High
04/14/15 - €99.26
52 Week Low
08/4/14 - €87.50
Market Cap
13.6B
Average Volume 10 Days
71.3K
EPS TTM
€0.63
Shares Outstanding
141.0M
EX-Date
05/7/15
P/E TM
146.6x
Dividend
€3.07
Dividend Yield
3.33%
Current Stock Chart for MAN SE (MAN)

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man se (MAN) 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 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 applications, 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.

52,345 Employees
Last Reported Date: 04/28/15
Founded in 1758

man se (MAN) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer and Member of Executi...
Total Annual Compensation: €1.3M
Chief Procurement Officer and Member of Execu...
Total Annual Compensation: €998.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

man se (MAN) Key Developments

MAN Announces Executive Changes

MAN has announced that it has appointed Josef Schelchshorn as its new head of human resources. He moves across from an equivalent role within the Volkswagen (VW) Group at SEAT where he also sat on the company's board. He also previously held a management HR position at Audi. Schelchshorn will replace the retiring Jochen Schumm, effective July 1, 2015.

MAN to Axe 1,800 Jobs by 2017; Announces Realignment of Production Facilities

MAN announced that it plans to ax as many as 1,800 jobs by 2017 in a new cost-cutting drive. The company said that it would ‘realign’ the production facilities of its MAN Truck; Bus division in Munich and Salzgitter in Germany Steyr in Austria and Krakow in Poland. MAN is thus strengthening the individual production sites in their respective roles and is also avoiding duplication of work. At the same time MAN is streamlining its indirect areas. This will involve approximately 1,400 management positions and 400 in direct production areas. MAN insisted there would be no compulsory redundancies or site closures. The streamlining will primarily be carried out through voluntary redundancies semi-retirement and not re-filling positions should they become vacant.

MAN Plans to Cut about 1,800 Jobs in the Area of Assembly of Utility Vehicles

MAN announced that it will cut about 1,800 jobs in the area of assembly of utility vehicles. In the utility vehicle segment some 1,400 jobs will be cut in management and some 400 jobs will be eliminated in production. On June 24, 2015, at the plants in Munich, Nuremberg, Salzgitter in Germany and Steyr in Austria employees were informed at extraordinary meetings about the concern's restructuring plans.

 

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Price/Earnings 100.0x
Price/Sales 1.0x
Price/Book 2.4x
Price/Cash Flow 62.0x
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