History of Temsa
"Temsa" is a Turkish manufacturer of buses, vans and light trucks. The company was founded in 1968 and is located in the city of Adana. "Temsa" part of the Sabanci Group, a large Turkish conglomerate with many divergent production departments.
Production of trucks under the brand name "Temsa" was launched in 1984, and the first models are manufactured under license from copies of the models Japanese company Mitsubishi Motors". After 3 years was also started production of buses. Housing models have been developed by the company independently, and as suppliers of various components made "Mitsubishi", "MAN", "DAF", "Caterpillar" and other companies.
Since 2000 "Temsa" supplies to European markets a complete range of buses that employ engine brand MAN. The company refers to different suppliers, depending on what components are needed, while remaining independent brand. Department of "Temsa Europe" was opened in Belgium, after which the firm has set up local offices under her leadership in 46 countries. Producing more than 1000 buses per year, 75% of its production "Temsa" sends for export.