Scania introduces its first co...

16 September 2020

Scania has commercially launched its range of electric trucks in Europe, a milestone in its aim to be a leader in the transition to a sustainable transport system. In addition to g...

First German e-road trial now ...

19 August 2020

Since early July, the first German electric road test track near Frankfurt with catenary overhead lines is fully operational with five Scania R 450 hybrid trucks equipped with pant...

Scania New Zealand acquires Tr...

13 August 2020

Scania New Zealand is acquiring seven Trucks & Trailers service centres around New Zealand, expanding its dealer network with eight more workshops being setup across New Zealand in...

PepsiCo leads the way with Sca...

13 August 2020

PepsiCo in Brazil has purchased 18 compressed gas vehicles from Scania, the largest order to date of gas trucks in the country.

Scania and CablePrice to part

12 August 2020

Scania New Zealand has announced it will end its long-standing relationship with approved service dealer CablePrice.

MAIN TEST - Sea Swedes

24 July 2020

"The Coromandel Coast is not for trucking's fainthearted. The Te Huia family are icons of the road, and over the past four decades it’s Scania’s equally iconic Griffin that’s often...

Qiuchen Wang helps strengthen ...

25 June 2020

Qiuchen Wang is now home in Beijing – on Scania R&D’s assignment. For two years, she will strengthen collaboration with Chinese research institutions. Wang joined Scania as an indu...

Scania delivers the first gas-...

11 June 2020

Scania has just delivered the first four gas-powered trucks from its production plant in São Bernardo do Campo, Brazil. The Brazilian transport companies RN Express and Jomed LOG h...

Scania Finance New Zealand eas...

08 June 2020

Scania Finance New Zealand is offering interest-only payments on loans, for orders taken from 1 June to 30 September on stock trucks and used trucks (terms and conditions apply).

Transitioning to sustainabilit...

05 June 2020

It is perhaps unsurprising that Swedish LBC Frakt, which is owned by independent hauliers in Värmland County, has invested in the first liquefied biogas Scania G 410 8x4 skiploader.