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Trucks and Bus Company (TBCo or T&BC)
Founded 1976
Headquarters Tajura, Libya
Products trucks and buses
Parent Iveco and Libyan Secretariat of Industry and Mineral Resources
Website http://www.tbco-libya.com/

The Trucks and Bus Company (TBCo or T&BC) is a Libyan manufacturer of trucks and buses. It is a joint-venture between the Italian Industrial Vehicles Corporation (Iveco)[1] and the Libyan Secretariat of Industry and Mineral Resources.[2]

TBCo was founded in 1976[3] with its head office in Tajura. A second manufacturing plant was opened in Tripoli.

ModelsEdit

  • TRAKKER AT190T38H - 4×2
  • TRAKKER AT190T38WH - 4×4
  • TRAKKER AT380T38H3500 - 6×4
  • TRAKKER AT380T42WH - 6×6
  • TRAKKER AT720T42TH - 6×4
  • TRAKKER AT720T42WTH - 6×6
  • TRAKKER AT400T38TH -4×2
  • PICK UP 52-12 - 4×2
  • RANGE PICK UP 35-12 4X2
  • Inter City Bus Ap/160
  • City Bus Ap/160
  • Midi Bus 59/12
  • Mini Bus 40/12


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