Scania supports owners of truck fleets across the world and helps them to increase their profits.
Long-distance operations typically involve vehicles carrying heavy loads and drivers coping with tough working conditions. Schedules are often tight and the demands of customers are nearly always high.Read more
High operating-efficiency is a crucial for trucks used in distribution, where duties can include delivering provisions to hotels and restaurants with tight schedules.Read more
Vehicles in Scania’s construction range are rugged, robust and reliable. Known for their excellent manoeuvrability and handling, they’re perfectly suited for hard work in the most challenging conditions.Read more
Society relies on special-purpose vehicles to keep functioning. These can range from vehicles for rescue and firefighting right through to cleaning and refuse handling trucks and defence and peace keeping vehicles. Many of these vehicles are used by people who put their own lives at risk to protect and help others, meaning reliability is paramount.Read more
When Scania unveiled the 350 hp V8 engine in 1969, it was Europe’s most powerful diesel truck engine, and it remained so for many years. Scania has been continuously refining this engineering masterpiece ever since.Read more