Manufacturing Commercial Vehicles

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Manufacturing Commercial Vehicles
تصنيع المركبات التجارية
Type Corporation
Industry Automotive
Founded 1994
Founder(s) Karim Ghabbour and Edzard Hans Wilhelm Reuter
Headquarters Cairo, Egypt
Area served Africa, Brazil, Caribbean, Central America, China, Europe, Middle East
Key people Karim Ghabbour
Products Buses
Trucks
Operating income 493,110,000 ج.م
Employees 5,000
Parent Daimler AG
Website www.mcv-eg.com
A convoy of civilian Mercedes-Benz Actros trucks in Iraq waiting for inspection. The vehicles are built in the Cairo plant of MCV.

Manufacturing Commercial Vehicles (MCV) is an Egyptian manufacturer for buses and trucks located in El Salam City, Cairo. The manufacturer owns the trademark rights of the brands ECHOLINE, eVolution and MCV. Some models are assembled under the dual brand name Mercedes-Benz MCV.

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The company was founded in 1994 after a purchase of two factory facilities from the Ghabbour Group by the German Daimler AG. Currently the manufacturer owns two production facilities and four assembly plants. The output of the manufacturer are currently at 6,200 units a year. In Cuba and Mexico is the company the official importer for vehicles of the brands smart, Mercedes-Benz, Setra and Maybach.

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Commercial vehicles (passenger car classified)[edit]

Buses[edit]

Trucks[edit]

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