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
    Annika Danielsson from Scania Trucks and Helena Evsäter from Scania DemoCentre together with the project group from the head office and participants from the Asian markets, organised the event in Khao Yai National Park, Thailand.

    Total operating economy in tropical Test & Drive

    When Scania Trucks arranged Test & Drive Asia 2014, large parts of Scania DemoCentre in Södertälje were moved halfway around the world. On a racetrack in central Thailand, 200 salespeople compared Scania’s vehicles with those of its competitors. Some 100 customers also got to test drive new Scania Streamlines.

    Scania shuttle buses chosen for reliability and sustainability.

    World Cup fans shuttled on Scania buses

    Scania shuttle buses chosen for reliability and sustainability.

    Michal Kyral, Roman Kůřil and Petr Kopecký on the podium.

    Winner on new ground

    In the Czech Republic, top place in the national final of the Young European Truck Driver competition went to Michal Kyral. His win coincided with Scania’s celebrating 20 years in the country and the inauguration of a new service point.

    Traffic jam pilot app wins prestigious design award

    Scania and Volkswagen Group Research have been awarded the 2014 HMI Design Innovation Award for the pioneering mobile app used for their traffic jam pilot research project. The award was presented at the CAR HMi concepts & systems congress 2014 in Berlin at which HMI professionals honour the industry’s latest outstanding projects and achievements.

    Smart city

    Scania Reflects: Smart city

    By 2030, over 60 percent of the world’s population will live in cities. Effective and sustainable transport systems are vital for a growing city to stay attractive and competitive. Scania maintains that a holistic view is essential to manage the transport of people, goods and waste within each region.

    Ecolution by Scania. Scania R 470 Highline,truck and trailer.

    Scania Reflects: How we’ll increase our future competitiveness

    Sustainability in all its aspects – environmental, social and economic – is central to Scania’s future competitiveness. Our business model of maximising revenues and minimising costs for our customers syncs with society’s efforts to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.