Saving lives at sea
    Scania launches new gas bus for bus systems
    “Scania is healthier than ever”
    Scania’s baby dragons spread their wings
    Many champions crowned, more to come
    A first for Scania in China
    New Scania R 730 V8 completes the Euro 6 range

    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.


    New research centre to create world-class logistic flows

    KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Scania have begun collaboration on the Integrated Transport Research Lab – a new research centre at KTH that will focus on future transport systems. “The aim is to create world-class logistics flows,” says Martin Lundstedt, President and CEO of Scania.

    Want to make a difference? Become a service technician

    Service technicians at Scania’s facility in the Arendal district of Gothenburg have opened the door on their daily lives and discussed their profession in an upbeat short film. The project is aimed at encouraging young people to consider choosing the profession.


    Zwolle celebrates 50 successful years

    Scania’s largest production unit in Zwolle, the Netherlands, this week celebrates 50 years. Limited operations started in 1964 and on 15 January 1965, the plant was officially inaugurated by HRH Prince Bernard.


    Scania helps harvest the perfect pea

    Ever wonder where the peas on your plate come from? Weighing on average just 0.2 grams, these delicate dinnertime favourites are collected with the help of latest-generation Scania-powered pea harvesting machines, weighing nearly 30 tonnes.