Scania Engines reached all-time high 2014

Eight years ago Scania Engines made a strategic decision to focus on the key advantages that the industrial engines feature. In 2014 Scania Engines reached all-time high with almost 8,000 sold engines. Meet Robert Sobocki and learn more about the business area, its challenges and the engines.

Scania exhibits full range of engines at Intermat

At this week’s Intermat, an international exhibition for construction equipment in Paris, Scania exhibits a full range of engines complying with EU Stage IV/US Tier 4f regulations, consisting of a 9-litre engine, a 13-litre power generation engine with cooler and the powerful 16-litre V8 engine together with a SCR unit.

Scania helps aircraft project take flight

Two Scania engines are currently ensuring that Argentina’s main aircraft manufacturer can continue to build parts for a new transport aircraft without being disrupted by economically damaging power outages.

Atlas Copco’s Y35 portable air compressor utilises a 478 kW (650 hp) 16-litre V8 industrial engine that adheres to Stage IV/Tier 4f emission standards.
The new compressor is able to refill the drill stem more quickly, allowing for a faster start to drilling.

Deep cooperation

Launched in January 2015, Atlas Copco’s new Y35 portable air compressor has an efficient and powerful Scania engine at its heart. As well as meeting the strictest emission standards, the compressor offers improved fuel efficiency.

Scania R 730 4x2 Streamline, Topline cab, with tank semitrailer. Altdorf, Germany. Photo: Dan Boman 2013

International V8 Day

Today, the tenth of March, is International V8 Day – a time for the V8 engine to be celebrated around the world. Follow the festivities in social media using the #V8Day hashtag.

Photo: Kjell Olausson 2014

Inside Scania’s floating classroom

Scania application engineers ensure the company’s marine and industrial engines are perfectly married to the equipment of customers. Training days that put these professionals into real-life situations ensure that their skills are up-to-date and of maximum benefit.