Scania has announced its commitment to zero-emission vehicles with its endorsement of the first global Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on zero-emission trucks and buses, in an initiative driven by CALSTART (a national non-profit group focused on clean transportation) and the Netherlands government. Read more
Scania’s new company-owned sales and service outlet at Eastern Creek in Sydney’s west is taking shape as it prepares to open for business early next year. Read more
Scania will be offering 20 apprenticeships for 2022 that aim to set these new recruits up for long-term employment at its company-owned workshops around the country.
The CEO roles for TRATON Group and Scania have been merged, with Christian Levin appointed to lead the group. Read more
Scania Australia has completed a national programme to ensure all its technicians are fully qualified and compliant with state and national certification for the jobs they undertake.
As construction begins on a new company-owned sales and service branch at Eastern Creek, NSW, Scania has announced it is also acquiring two new warehouses that will offer service and replacement parts.
Since first being sold in Australia in the early 1970s, the Scania name has become a popular and well-regarded product on Australia’s highways with the famous Griffin emblem adorning Scanias in all manner of applications.
As Scania Australia aims to improve the work-life balance and job satisfaction of its employees, it’s introduced Flexible Working Arrangements.
From its beginnings in 1954 to becoming part of the Toll group of companies in 1998, the bright yellow trucks and trailers of IPEC (Interstate Parcel Express Company) were a familiar sight on Australia’s roads.
In a life cycle assessment (LCA) of distribution vehicles published by Scania, the manufacturer found that the environmental impact of battery electric vehicles is significantly lower than vehicles with an internal combustion engine.