Driving the shift is not something we can do on our own. Scania is working with others across industry, academia, and government to make sustainable transport possible.
Creating a sustainable transport system in line with the Paris Agreement demands close partnership and collaboration across the whole ecosystem of transport, logistics, and beyond.
Lack of infrastructure, political and legal challenges, and issues around costs and financing are just a few of the barriers to sustainable transport. Scania is working in partnerships with others across our industry, as well as government and academia, to overcome these barriers.
We work in close cooperation with society and policymakers in order to create the enabling conditions for making sustainable transport possible.
We focus on building two types of partnership: strategic cross-sector partnerships that target political change; and industry partnerships with our suppliers, customers, infrastructure providers, and others to pilot and scale solutions. They are the most efficient when combined to include all stakeholders.
To scale up renewable fuel and electrification infrastructure, we work in a holistic way, taking the whole transport system into account. This holistic approach includes Scania, transport companies, buyers of transport services and infrastructure partners.