Scania at a glance

Scania at a glance

With the aim to be the leader in sustainable transport, Scania builds its business while creating value for customers, employees and society. Delivering customised heavy trucks, buses, engines and services, focus is always on efficient, low-carbon solutions that enhance customer profitability.

Product and ServicesTrucks
Scania truck deliveries amounted to 69,762 units in 2015. The deliveries in Europe increased due to higher market share. Deliveries in Latin America and Eurasia decreased as did deliveries to Asia, due to the Middle East while deliveries to Africa and Oceania increased.

Buses and coaches
Scania bus and coach deliveries amounted to 6,799 units in 2015. The deliveries in Europe increased due to higher market share. Deliveries decreased in Latin America, Eurasia and Africa and Oceania, while they increased in Asia.

Engines
Scania engines deliveries rose to an all-time high level of 8,485 units in 2015.

Services
Service revenue totalled SEK 20,585 m. in 2015 which was record high. Revenues rose in most regions.


 

With 44,000 employees in 100 countries, Scania is strategically placed within the customers’ operations. The head office, with 5,600 employees, is located in Södertälje, Sweden.

R&D operations are mainly located in Södertälje, Sweden, with some 3,700 employees. The aim is to develop high-quality products and solutions for specific customer demand with short lead times from idea to launch.

About 13,200 people work at production units in seven countries in Europe and Latin America. The modular product system and a global interchange of both components and vehicles create flexibility.

Scania strengthens its position in emerging markets through Regional Product Centres located in six emerging markets, with about 370 employees. These employees work with assembly, bodywork, and fitting locally-adapted vehicles.

With parts supply facilities, located in Opglabbeek, Belgium, Singapore and Vinhedo, Brazil, Scania comes closer to the customers and thereby improve their vehicle uptime.

Scania takes a coordinated approach to the supply chain with an emphasis on high quality and increased focus on sustainability. Central purchasing is based in Södertälje, with local offices in Latin America, India, Russia and China.

About 19,200 employees work with sales and services globally. The network and mobile service solutions enables to be close to the customer in order to provide support on site where the products are used.

Some 860 employees work with financial services, supporting customers in many markets worldwide by providing finance solutions and vehicle insurance. By offering financing on good terms together with an efficient claims management service and rapid repairs, with access to Scania’s entire service network, downtime and lost revenue for customers is minimised.