Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation and Daimler Trucks Asia Headquarters at the Kawasaki Plant
(Kawasaki City, Kanagawa, Japan)
MFTBC and Daimler Trucks Asia headquarters are located on the premises of our plant in Kawasaki.
The Kawasaki plant is the largest FUSO truck plant. It also includes the R&D center, as well as operational functions such as procurement, logistics and production planning.
Nakatsu Plant (Aiko-gun, Kanagawa, Japan)
Located one hour west of Tokyo, the Nakatsu plant specializes in the manufacturing and assembly of FUSO transmissions and powertrain components. A highly automated, state of the art manufacturing process ensures the reliability and durability of FUSO powertrains. Production cycles are synchronized with the nearby Kawasaki plant.
Kitsuregawa Proving Ground (Sakura City, Tochigi, Japan)
The FUSO proving ground, two hours north of Tokyo, is one of the largest commercial vehicle testing facilities in the world. With specialized equipment, procedures and staff for truck and bus testing, Kitsuregawa has been safeguarding the concept maturity and product quality of all FUSO vehicles since 1980.
Mitsubishi Fuso Bus Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
(Toyama City, Toyama, Japan)
Located in the north of Japan, MFBM is one of the largest bus plants in Japan, manufacturing the entire FUSO bus range. Specializing in high degree of customization to meet specific customer demands, MFBM produces Buses for Japan and the world.
Oragadam Plant - Headquarters Daimler India Commercial Vehicles (Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India)
Opened in 2012, the modern and well equipped DICV plant in Oragadam, Chennai, is the youngest addition to the global Daimler Trucks Plant network and was designed based on Daimler global production processes. It houses the Headquarters of DICV, is the home of the BharatBenz brand, and is well equipped to supply the new FUSO trucks for the growth markets.
Mitsubishi Fuso Truck Europe Sociedade Europeia de Automoveis, S.A. (Tramagal, Portugal)
Acting as the main production hub for markets in and around Europe, the FUSO plant in Tramagal shortens lead times and increases flexibility. With locally sourced parts and bodies, FUSO is able to offer its European customers ready-to-use Canter trucks from the factory.