The 3D revolution
    Night rider speeds through Stockholm
    Blend of modern and retro styles
    Scania’s proven fuel-injection technology arrives in the marine sector
    Peter Royter and his Scania truck retire gracefully
    Testing the excavator of tomorrow
    “I can’t imagine working without Ecolution”
    The connection to Scania’s Fleet Management system allows Scania’s sales representatives to see exactly how vehicles behave while carrying out the transport assignments.

    Data from the fleet

    Scania’s Vehicle Optimiser tool allows the company’s sales representatives to work out the right specifications for every transport assignment. The new improved version of the tool means that driving data from existing vehicles can be uploaded to create the basis for productive discussions.

    Scania power.

    Tom Prichard expands with Scania

    South Wales company Tom Prichard Contracting is one of a growing number of Scania construction truck customers. In fact, Scania’s share of the UK 8×4 construction truck market is now approximately 30 percent.

    Scania Top Team

    New Zealand through to Scania Top Team final

    Scania Top Team’s last regional semi-final took place this weekend in Guangzhou, China. The Christchurch team from New Zealand was announced the winner, Team Kinetic from Singapore, who will also compete in the world final in Sweden in December, was runner-up.

    André Jansen in his Scania Vabis L110 .

    Travelling to the home of Scania

    Driving four classic Scania trucks across northern Europe to Scania’s headquarters in Sweden was the trip of a lifetime for a group of friends from the Netherlands.

    Wizards of Aus, the Australian team from Sydney.

    Victorious Top Team Wizards

    In the penultimate qualifications for the Scania Top Team world final, held over the weekend in Guangzhou, China, the Australian team from the Scania dealer in Sydney showed the greatest skills.

    3D print of a V8 engine block.

    The 3D revolution

    In the 1940s, Scania design engineers relied on drawing boards to design the company’s products. Today, cutting-edge 3D printing technology is allowing their modern counterparts to quickly and simply test prototypes and new solutions.