Welcome to Scania at IAA!
    Scania’s baby dragons spread their wings
    Many champions crowned, more to come
    A first for Scania in China
    Epic bus journey: three days on the road
    Total operating economy in tropical Test & Drive
    New Scania R 730 V8 completes the Euro 6 range
    Spedice Praha runs fixed routes between Prague, Barcelona and various cities in Germany.

    Ecolution by Scania: Major savings for a small customer

    Miroslav Bouska got an offer that he found hard to believe – but that he couldn’t say no to. Today his small haulage company in Prague saves EUR 100,000 per year in fuel costs.

    Alana Mountfield

    Skilled driver shares her experience

    Alana Mountfield so impressed judges at Australia’s 2012 Scania Driver Competition that she was later offered a job training others.

    Proven record in fuel savings

    IAA 2014, Hanover: Ecolution by Scania saves an average of ten percent in fuel. “We now have a proven record in fuel savings,” says Stefan Sylvander, Product Director for Ecolution by Scania.

    Scania launches competitive hybridised city bus

    IAA 2014, Hanover: At Scania’s stand at the IAA trade exhibition, interest is high in the new hybridised Citywide bus. The bus is designed for combined city and suburban operations, reaching speeds up to 100 km/h. It is often believed that electrification works best in dense inner-city traffic. That, however, is not the case as Scania proves with its bus.

    Martin Lundstedt outlines Scania’s direction at IAA

    IAA 2014, Hanover: At IAA, Europe’s largest trade exhibition for commercial vehicles, Scania’s President and CEO Martin Lundstedt, outlines some of the key messages he has delivered. He invites customers and their customer to discuss the issues that are of greatest importance for their operations, namely fuel efficiency, uptime and services. These are tied to applications related to their specific operation.

    “Scania is healthier than ever”

    Scania stands stronger and healthier than ever as the leader in sustainable transport. That was President and CEO Martin Lundstedt’s key message as hundreds gathered for the IAA press conference.