Established in 1968, Temsa has today become one of Turkey’s leading bus manufacturers thanks to its innovative and entrepreneurial structure. Demonstrating a steep ascent in the Turkish, European and American markets, Temsa produces and exports its own-brand buses and midi-coaches.
Temsa Adana Plant occupies a total area of 550,000 m2 and counts over 1,600 employees, who can produce a total of 11,500 vehicles including 4,000 buses, midibuses and 7,500 light trucks in a single shift during the year.
Boasting a product range that includes vehicles for all segments, Temsa is capable of responding to changing conditions and customer demands. Regularly modifying and revising its product range, Temsa conducts manufacturing operations at its Adana Plant. There, it manufactures Maraton and Safir Plus intercity passenger and tourist buses; Prestij and Opalin midi-coaches; Avenue and Tourmalin buses specially designed for city public transport; TS45, TS35E, TS30 for the USA; and Avenue, LD, HD, Maraton buses and MD9, MD7 midi-coaches for Europe.
Temsa rolled out the smart bus iBUS and electric vehicles to take customer expectations to a whole new level, introducing major innovations to the transport sector. As such, the Company leads the way in the digitalization of mass transport.
Thanks to its intensive R&D efforts and many innovations, Temsa is the first bus manufacturer to receive R&D Center certification in Turkey. The company translates its original engineering and know-how into an extensive product portfolio offered not only to the Turkish market but across the world, exporting over 10 thousand vehicles to more than 66 countries. In France alone some 5 thousand Temsa-branded buses are on the road. Additionally, Temsa’s other major markets in Europe include Germany, England, Italy, Austria, Sweden, Lithuania and the Benelux countries. Thanks to an expanding product range, Temsa is also rapidly increasing its market share in the United States.
Temsa’s strategy is to develop the right products in response to customers’ changing needs, introduce a modular approach to production and deliver a well-designed line of buses of the highest quality level.”