Scania ahead of the time
    Relaxed attitude the key to victory
    Bold and beautiful
    Saving lives at sea
    Scania launches new gas bus for bus systems
    “Scania is healthier than ever”
    New Scania R 730 V8 completes the Euro 6 range
    The nine finalists were really put to the test.

    Relaxed attitude the key to victory

    The Chilean winner of Scania’s Best Truck Driver competition says staying calm and receiving the support of family and friends were crucial to his victory. Stepping onto the winners’ podium is an experience Robinson Mansilla will never forget.

    Focus on safety and skills in Southern African final

    More than 700 skilled bus and truck drivers signed up for this year’s Scania Driver Competitions in Southern Africa. This week, after surviving numerous elimination rounds, two men emerged as the region’s best truck driver and best bus driver.

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    Scania bus powered by farm waste in Brazil

    Once a threat to the environment and the local hydroelectric operation, manure from chickens and cows is being used to power a Scania bus in southern Brazil. The waste is converted to biomethane which then drives the bus’ Scania Euro 6 gas engine.

    Scania’s giant Brazilian tour

    Nowhere in the world are Scania Driver Competitions more popular or of greater significance than in Brazil. This year, some 65,000 drivers have been competing for a place in the national final. The competition completely changes the lives of many participants.

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    Stay alert and save lives

    Taking a few simple precautions to ward off drowsiness while on the road could mean the difference between life and death. Exercise, health eating and regular breaks can all help you to remain safely in charge of your vehicle.

    Jonny Andersson was one of 17 employees that received special recognition for especially valuable inventions for Scania.

    Jonny’s achievement proudly patented

    During 2013, Scania once again proved its innovate force. Recently, the 148 staff members that were behind the year’s approved patents were celebrated.