Driver training

Ecolution by Scania helps Michael Bærensen, owner of MB Transport, save about DKK 3,000 each month.

The ultimate driver’s test

The Ecolution by Scania service package guarantees customers fuel savings of 10 percent. By focusing on coaching, Scania Denmark has found that it can deliver fuel­ savings of 16 percent.

Hayashi Hisanori, Transweb, Kenichi Mashiko, Regional Director Hirano Logistics, Takeshi Maesawa, President Transweb, Kenichi Chubachi, Transweb. Photo: Gustav Lindh

Journey of discovery

Two drivers from Japanese transport company Transweb last week rode along in a Scania Transport Laboratory truck travelling from the Netherlands to Sweden. It was the third time that Transweb sent drivers on such a journey.

Hezzy Maina is a pioneer in driver training in East Africa and heads the Scania East Africa Training School.

The “Teacher” makes East Africa safer

Hezzy Maina knows all the Scania drivers in Kenya. For them he is “Mwalimu”, “the Teacher”, in Swahili.

Cargo Madness – a scary invitation to Scania Driver Competitions

Scania invites truck driver Daniel to the 2014 Scania Driver Competitions by putting him to the test – with the help of some very unusual cargo.

Driver Martin Sass at the wheel of one of Jysk Svinetransport’s 27 Scania trucks.

Ecolution by Scania: Focused drivers save money

Erling Petersen is responsible for Scania’s Ecolution concept in Denmark. He teaches salespeople to clearly communicate the many benefits the concept brings in terms of fuel economy and cost savings.

Scania Driver Support evaluates whether the driver releases the throttle at the right point.

Coach in the cab

“Next time: release clutch earlier.” The Scania Driver Support system provides hints and feedback to drivers on their driving style in real time. Check out the new features.