Scania values and benefits from the diversity of skills, backgrounds, experiences and cultures that comes from having more than 50,000 employees working in more than 100 countries. Here, several of our people tells us what it’s like to work at Scania.
She could have taken a job in the gaming industry or in streaming entertainment services. Instead, Frida Nellros chose Scania. “I like technical development that makes a difference to society,” she explains.
The space industry was not innovative enough for Daniel Peña, so he set his sights on Scania. Now he loves coming to work every day.
Work as a service technician today is nothing like it was when Scania Top Team was launched in the 1980s. Developments that have taken place in the digital sphere make the computer the most important tool for the employees running Scania’s workshop in Arendal outside Gothenburg.
Verena Löfqvist Klass
Meet Verena Löfqvist Klass, an expert on battery health, and a leading light in Scania’s development of battery cells and modules for its electric vehicles.