Scania in the Indian Premier League limelight
    A century of service
    Sustainability − an important aspect of Scania’s business strategy
    Euro 6 – the challenge was to win
    Blue Stream – cheating wind the Scania way
    New Scania R 730 V8 completes the Euro 6 range
    Scania launches Scania Streamline

    Keep on running

    Helping solve customers’ operational issues is all part of the job for Scania UK and its dealer network.

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    Tough competition in truck drivers’ paradise

    This year’s Truckstar Festival took place in Assen, the Netherlands, and was host to the Young European Truck Drivers (YETD) final for Belgium and the Netherlands on 26-27 June. A perfect venue for the competition, some 60,000 truck fanatics flocked there during the weekend to see and experience some of the most impressive trucks in the world.

    Andrea Fuder has served as Head of Group Purchasing Interior at Volkswagen. Since 2012, she has been Scania’s overall Head of Purchasing and is a member of the company’s Executive Board.

    A global approach to purchasing

    With her long and broad experience in leading large purchasing organisations, Scania’s Head of Purchasing, Andrea Fuder, has introduced a more global approach to procurement operations. Positive effects are now also coming from the company’s collaboration with MAN.

    2013 Scania Top Team winners

    Customers benefit from Top Team win

    Six months after winning the 2013 Top Team competition, the victorious Australian team is still enjoying major benefits from competing – and so are its appreciative customers.

    Scania Interim Report, January-June 2014.

    Scania Interim Report January–June 2014

    Scania’s earnings for the first half of 2014 amounted to SEK 4,276 m. Higher service volume was offset by a weaker market mix and negative currency rate effects. Total order bookings for trucks during the second quarter were at a high level.

    US Ambassador to Sweden visits Scania

    Today Mark Brzezinski, the US Ambassador to Sweden, visited Scania as part of a programme to promote the importance of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, T-TIP, between the European Union and United States.