Status: Delegated
Registry Provider: Knipp
Type: Brand TLD
PIC Submitted: Download Here
Priority #: 888 - MAN SE

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.man is a Brand TLD delegated in ICANN's New gTLD Program. MAN SE manages the TLD and is its Registry. The proposed application succeeded and was delegated to the Root Zone on 26 July, 2015.[1].[2]

Application Details

The applicant's response to question #18 is excerpted in part below:

"The MAN Group is one of Europeʹs leading manufacturers of commercial vehicles, engines and mechanical engineering equipment with annual revenue of approximately €16.5 billion and around 52,500 employees worldwide, producing at 28 production sites in 31 countries. MAN supplies trucks, buses, diesel engines and turbomachinery as well as turnkey power plants. MAN’s divisions hold leading positions in their respective markets. Munich-based MAN SE is one of the 30 leading companies in Germanyʹs DAX equity index.

The MAN Groupʹs strategy aims to create sustainable value in Commercial Vehicles and Power Engineering. MANʹs strategy: Focus on transportation and energy, customer orientation, after-sales activities, profitable international growth, technology leadership.

The Industrial Governance management system is a part of this. It clearly distributes roles, centralizing the companyʹs strategic management and strengthening the operational responsibility of its three subgroups: MAN Truck & Bus, MAN Diesel & Turbo and MAN Latin America. Each division must measure itself against its strongest competitor.

The MAN Groupʹs Guiding Principles outline the scope for the responsible and sustainability-driven conduct of all MAN employees. Our Corporate Values of being reliable, innovative, dynamic and open play a key role in our success on both product markets and the capital markets as well as in attracting qualified employees and in social acceptance of all our business activities.


We are not intending to sell domains to third parties. The use od all .man domains will be limited to MAN and its partners. We will be deciding on the use of second level domains based on our business requirements and priorities.

We will also have policies to maintain content integrity that will not proliferate to domains that are not relevant."[3]