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Scania is on track to open its second company-owned branch in Sydney later this year.
Along with being a challenging year, for Scania, 2020 was also marked by various milestones that highlighted its progress towards reducing its global emissions.
After a difficult start to 2020 as a result of the global pandemic, Scania came back firing, reporting a 55 per cent increase in truck orders in the final quarter.
The Board of Directors of Scania has appointed Christian Levin as Scania’s new CEO and President, commencing his new role from May 1, 2021.
It was great to catch up with Nigel Armstrong from Devonport again the other day, and under happier circumstances than last time we met, when he dropped in for a welcome cuppa at a local truck stop and roadhouse.
Scania has begun testing its self-driving truck out on the road, loaded up with goods for Scania’s production operations.
With its rolling plains, snow-capped mountains, and sharp twists and turns, a 26.5 metre B-triple isn’t something you’d usually expect to find navigating its way through Cooma, the largest town in the Snowy Mountains.
A Scania cruised up the main street of scenic Malanda on the Atherton Tablelands and pulled up on a corner.
When owner of Jason Kemps Advanced Driver Training got word of a young man hoping to go to his Grade 6 formal in a Scania truck, he answered the call without hesitation.