Engine division lifts MAN's H1 result

Orders did not clock in as expected and the truck division pulls down the result of supplier MAN. But the engine division is doing well, according to the interim report, where MAN lowers its expectations for the year as a whole.

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MAN, truck manufacturer and owner of formerly Danish B&W, now MAN Diesel & Turbo, did not have a particularly good first half of the year. But the company's engine division managed to lift the result.

The order intake for MAN as a whole decreased to EUR 7.7 billion, which corresponds to a 2 percent drop, while the company's Power Engineering division - the engine division - saw improvements. MAN Diesel & Turbo makes up a majority of the Power Engineering division.

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