Scania annual and sustainability report
Scania’s purpose is to drive the shift towards a sustainable transport system, creating a world of mobility that is better for business, society and the environment.
2021 in numbers
Demand for Scania’s products and services was good, and though heavily impacted by supply chain disruptions, we effectively managed through 2021 with a strong performance.
Net sales was boosted by increasing vehicle and engines volumes, as well as a growing service business.
Increasing sales volumes had a positive impact on operating income, though hampered by higher cost related to supply chain disturbances and higher material costs.
*In 2021 operating income including items affecting comparability amounted to SEK 11,294 m.
Scania’s total number of employees increased in 2021.
The number of connected vehicles is steadily increasing. 64 percent of Scania’s 10-year rolling fleet of trucks and buses is now connected.
Scania aims to achieve a 20 percent reduction in CO2e from products during the user phase by 2025, with 100 percent in 2015 as the baseline. From 2015 to 2020 the reduction is 4 percent.
*Input data is co2e/km from operative months within 12 months and starting after the month of production, causing reporting to lag one year.
2021 saw a small increase in emissions due to a high level of activity in operations compared to 2020. The reduction since 2015 is 37 percent.
Increases in sales of gas, FAME, hybrids and battery electric trucks resulted in an increase compared to 2020.
With production at a high level, we see an increase in total energy use in 2021 compared to 2020, but at the same time a decrease in use per vehicle produced.