“Scania is healthier than ever”
    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
    The competition comprises challenges in the areas of transmission, engine, electronics and theory.

    Scania reaches out to future service-technicians in Singapore

    ITE College West in Singapore was recently the venue for a special edition of Scania Top Team competition aimed at future service technicians.

    The driver competition was staged at Scania’s facility beside Hong Kong’s harbour

    Fuel efficiency the deciding factor in Hong Kong

    Scania teamed up with a driving school to put entrants in the 2014 Truck Driver of the Year competition to the test. Ultimately, 29-year-old Nick Wong proved he was Hong Kong’s best truck driver.

    Carlos Gabriel Serrano has been crowned Argentina’s Truck Driver of the Year 2014.

    Argentina’s Truck Driver of the Year crowned

    Argentina has a new Truck Driver of the Year. Carlos Gabriel Serrano was crowned Argentine national champion when the Scania Truck Driver of the Year competition was staged for the fifth time in this South American nation.

    Scania-Vabis L51 Drabant in the Netherlands.

    Scania remembers: The Scania-Vabis L51 Drabant

    Scania’s second generation of heavy trucks began with the Scania-Vabis L51 Drabant. Featuring increased power and more cargo space, the truck went on to become a top seller during the second half of the 1950s, and helped Scania-Vabis spread its reach outside Sweden.

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    More than 1.5 million reasons to rely on Scania

    A Scania 420 Highline owned by Hungarian haulier Ronix Trans recently clocked up an impressive 1.5 million kilometres. And the tractor unit in question is still going strong.

    Sustainability expert challenges Scania

    The head of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development has expressed admiration for Scania’s culture of continuous development during a dialogue with Scania President and CEO Martin Lundstedt and the Executive Board. However, Peter Bakker now wants Scania to do more.