Henrik Henriksson to become Scania’s new President and CEO
    12 driving tips to become a Fuel Master
    Heavy weight champion roars ahead
    Hybridised Scania Citywide – now for greater energy savings
    Scania launches versatile new buses
    Scania unveils BRT “megabus”
    Australian landscape company produces its own biodiesel
    Scania's LNG-fuelled P 280 truck is certified according to the Piek-Keur QuietTRUCK standard for noise emission during loading and unloading in retail trade and craft businesses. The certification relates to vehicles and equipment operating under 72dB(A) and ensures that they are suitable to use in night time deliveries.

    Increased productivity with LNG trucks

    First introduced in the Netherlands in 2010, liquefied natural gas (LNG) has now passed the experimental phase and is fast gaining popularity across the Low Countries. Scania is helping the fuel’s spread with measures including introducing an LNG Euro 6 engine.

    Scania Highline Hybrid.

    Certified for quiet deliveries

    Scania’s gas and hybrid trucks have now been certified according to the Piek-Keur QuietTRUCK standard. The certification has been adopted by several European cities as a prerequisite for night time distribution.

    Scania Euro 6

    Arla: “We want to halve carbon emissions by 2020”

    All over the world, retailers and food producers are implementing ambitious environmental goals in their role as transport buyers. In some cases, their carbon emission goals are more ambitious than national targets.

    Have a wheel alignment carried out on your trucks and trailers regularly. This will extend the life of the components – and lower your fuel consumption.

    12 driving tips to become a Fuel Master

    What are the best techniques for reducing fuel consumption? Cem Kizilkaya is one of Scania’s most experienced driver coaches and has created this list of sure-fire ways to drive more economically.

    Scania R730

    Heavy weight champion roars ahead

    Weighing in at 104 tonnes, this Finnish giant is the heaviest vehicle of its kind in Europe. The timber truck, a Scania R730, is currently being tested on Finnish roads in the hope that more heavily loaded vehicles will be able to reduce both transport costs and environmental impacts.

    Scania driver training.

    Dutch company achieves its goals with Scania Driver Services

    Scania’s Fleet Consultancy Service has helped a Dutch public transport company achieve fuel savings of 6.58 percent and a more comfortable driving style that is benefiting its drivers and customers.