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Scania Group Feb 21
Scania’s rollover side curtain airbags targets one of the most critical consequences of rollover accidents, where drivers or passengers are injured in a collision or fatally crushed by their own vehicle. Learn more:
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Scania Group Feb 20
Impact test at the Scania laboratory in Södertälje, Sweden in 1968.
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Tomas Eneroth Feb 18
Welcome to Sweden!🇸🇪🌎 I am proud to welcome over 1 700 delegates from more than 140 countries to Stockholm and this week. Looking forward to fruitful discussions - together we can save lives!
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Scania Group Feb 19
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“For us at Scania, it’s clear that road safety is linked to the sustainable development of the transport sector. We address the climate challenge in parallel with road safety,” says Henrik Henriksson.
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Scania Group Feb 19
Today the Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety opens in Stockholm, Sweden. Scania's President and CEO Henrik Henriksson will join a panel discussion on road safety and sustainability.
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Scania Group Feb 17
The Scania C-me vest is a connected safety vest that features automatic lighting when exiting the cab. If the driver falls while outside the truck and becomes inactive a sensor in the Scania C-me will trigger a call for help.
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Scania Group Feb 17
Through Scania's training, drivers get to experience what it feels like to roll a vehicle using specially configured Scania trucks. “To get the feeling of rolling, I had to force myself to go against all the safety precautions that I normally follow."
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Scania Group Feb 14
Finland has one of Europe’s most developed biogas networks. With such an excellent infrastructure in place, it was unsurprising that HAVI recently switched half of its eight-strong Finnish fleet to Scania biogas trucks.
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Scania Group Feb 13
This Scania archive film tells the story of the development of the Scania 2-series, or GPRT range, which was Scania's first fully modular truck range.
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Scania Group Feb 12
Norwegian wholesaler ASKO is deploying two battery electric Scania distribution trucks in its operations in Oslo, Norway. This pilot marks another milestone in the cooperation regarding electrified solutions for heavy transport between Scania and ASKO.
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Scania Group Feb 11
With the new, tailor-made bus from Scania, Ski Team Sweden X-Country travel comfortably between this winter's events. In the bus, they can rest, eat and get massages. See how the new bus was made by Scania in cooperation with Sweden's ski stars:
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Scania Group Feb 10
One of Transportes Ricardo Concha’s Scania trucks in Chile has been fitted with a special monitoring device that measures the level of pollutants in the atmosphere. Full story:
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Scania Group Feb 7
To reach the industry must change rapidly and immediately. New technologies can take a long time to achieve wide adoption. This means that for 2050 to be fossil-free, changes at scale are required already by 2025, including new infrastructure, behaviours, and partnerships.
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Scania Group Feb 6
Testing our products has always been important for Scania. In this picture from 1966, traffic noise is being measured on a Scania-Vabis L36 Super.
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Scania Group Feb 5
Air pollution is a major problem in Chile, and in response to these issues, a new project which includes Scania Chile and its customer Transportes Ricardo Concha was initiated. Full story:
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Scania Group Feb 4
Dutch haulier Kempen Transport recently received the first nine of twelve Scania tractors – eight 500 S and one Scania 540 S. “We always drive heavily loaded,” says Fleet Manager William Seuren. “With 500 hp and now with the 540 hp we know that we will have enough torque.”
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Scania Group Feb 3
“I’d like to work with technology for the rest of my life. That’s why I chose an area that I believe will keep on developing for a long time to come,” says Elsa De Geer, Development Engineer and component owner of batteries at Scania.
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Scania Group Jan 31
The Galileo global navigation satellite system could be a key enabler for autonomous transports in the future. Full story:
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Scania Group Jan 30
Scania's head office 1952 vs. today.
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Scania Group Jan 28
“By utilising the AI search at workshops we can get the information exactly where it is needed; i.e. at the technicians’ fingertips, saving on troubleshooting lead-time and also improving customer uptime.” Learn more:
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