The world is changing rapidly and with it the business landscape. Climate change is an increasingly important driver for companies and their operations, under scoring the need for collective action to address complex challenges.
A strained ecosystem is putting limits on growth based on fossil fuels, with long-term implications for access to raw materials. The transport sector, one of the major contributors to increased carbon emissions, is in the midst of a paradigm shift. Economic growth and the demand for transport need to be decoupled from negative environmental impacts and increased emissions.
Demand for sustainable transport and mobility will increase to meet the needs of a growing population and rising middle class. Globalisation is leading to greater collaboration, stimulating product innovation, and is imposing higher demands for transparency. Scania works together with customers, transport industry partners, public authorities and civil society, because collective action is the only way forward to address these complex societal drivers. Scania is actively engaged in dialogue with all stakeholders to define the future of sustainable transport.
By creating efficient low-carbon transport systems, Scania is helping to provide solutions to the challenges faced by our sector. Scania´s way of working, aimed at continuous improvement, eliminating waste in all processes and a focus on flow thinking, creates potential for new solutions through innovation.