Sustainable transport

Smart city

Scania Reflects: Smart city

By 2030, over 60 percent of the world’s population will live in cities. Effective and sustainable transport systems are vital for a growing city to stay attractive and competitive. Scania maintains that a holistic view is essential to manage the transport of people, goods and waste within each region.

Ecolution by Scania. Scania R 470 Highline,truck and trailer.

Scania Reflects: How we’ll increase our future competitiveness

Sustainability in all its aspects – environmental, social and economic – is central to Scania’s future competitiveness. Our business model of maximising revenues and minimising costs for our customers syncs with society’s efforts to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

Scania R 490 Euro 6 6x2 rear-steer refrigerated box body and trailer.

Scania Reflects: The road towards sustainable transport

Through research and development, Scania is striving to contribute to long-term, sustainable transport systems, both globally and locally.

Scania Streamline

Sustainability − an important aspect of Scania’s business strategy

Launched today, Scania’s 2013 online sustainability report highlights the importance sustainability has for the company’s long-term business success. Scania’s stated goal is to be the leader in sustainable transport solutions.

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.

Scania P 280 with Euro 6 gas engine.

World debut for Scania Euro 6 gas waste-truck

Denmark’s M. Larsen Trucking Company has become the first company in the world to take delivery of a Scania P 280 refuse collection truck equipped with a Euro 6 gas engine. The delivery to the waste transportation company, based in Brøndby near Copenhagen, means locals can look forward to even better air quality.