TAM-EUROPE makes buses, but unlike many companies in this sector it does so with a real understanding that every detail of the bus, however small, must be just right. Everyone who works at our facility cares about the job they do and through our teamwork approach the end product is carefully crafted to fit each individual client requirement.

Located in the heart of Europe, we have a strong strategic commitment to product efficiency and environmental sustainability. Incorporating the knowledge and skills of a European buses manufacturer with more than 77 years of experience in the commercial vehicle industry, achieved by a highly qualified workforce and today strengthened through the benefits of integration into a multinational group with vast resources in the vehicle industry, TAM-EUROPE fulfils the highest product and service expectations.

TAM-Europe d.o.o. was established in 2011 as part of a multinational conglomerate and integrated into the heritage brand TAM of Slovenia in 2012. Today under the brand name TAM-EUROPE commercial vehicles with special emphasis on buses are currently being developed and produced by our team spirited workforce.

European standards in production and service quality and cost advantages arising from the efficient utilization of worldwide resources, put TAM-EUROPE in the perfect position to provide the highest standards of quality at competitive prices. Our products are developed from the basic requirements not simply through modifications to a standard unit, it means we can produce what our customers demand.

Strong customer orientation is based on our emphasis on research and development in order to react flexibly to market demands and to stay at the forefront of technological development in the bus industry. We strive to use this flexibility to achieve the best product even for small orders.

TAM-EUROPE bridges the gap between eco-friendly vehicles and reasonable pricing. The resultant products are engineered to the requirements of the 21st century, living the “green vehicle concept” and satisfying the economic requirements of an ever-challenged transport industry.