By harnessing new tools and ways of working, we are rapidly developing the ideas and technologies that will shape tomorrow’s transport system.
The transport industry is experiencing one of the most transformative eras in its history. New technologies and social and economic forces are driving radical changes in our ecosystem. These changes are not only creating new transport solutions but unleashing entirely new business possibilities, transforming the very idea of what it means to be a transport solutions provider.
At Scania, we are seizing the opportunities these changes bring to accelerate the shift towards sustainable transport. This involves investing in innovation in areas that are core to our business today, as well as exploring new business models and solutions that will play an increasingly important role in how we create value for our customers in the future.
In order to speed up the transition to electrified transport systems, within TRATON GROUP, Scania and MAN, together with competitors Daimler Truck and Volvo Group have signed a binding agreement to install and operate public charging network for battery electric, heavy-duty long-haul trucks and coaches in Europe. In 2022 the final step was completed and a joint venture for charging infrastructure in Europe was formed with plans to install and operate at least 1,700 high-performance fossil-free charge points on, and close to, highways and logistics hubs across Europe. The official brand name of the joint venture charging network is Milence.