October 22, 2016 10:33 AM ET


Company Overview of Scania AB (publ)

Company Overview

Scania AB (publ) manufactures and sells heavy trucks, buses and coaches, and engines worldwide. The company offers trucks for long-haulage, distribution, construction, and special-purpose applications; buses and coaches for public transport operators and coach companies; engines for industrial, marine, and power generation applications; and trucks for mining applications, as well as provides V8 truck engines and used vehicles. It also provides financing solutions for various vehicles; insurance solutions; tachograph and repair and maintenance information services; repair and maintenance services; vehicle parts; workshop services; driver training, support, and coaching services; fleet managem...

Vagnmakarvägen 1

Södertälje,  151 87


Founded in 1891

45,734 Employees


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Key Executives for Scania AB (publ)

Chief Executive Officer, President, Member of Executive Board and Director
Age: 46
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President and Member of Executive Board
Age: 56
Chief Executive Officer of Scania in Latin America and President of Scania in Latin America
Age: 61
Managing Director of Scania-Bilar Sverige AB
Age: 64
Head of Sales & Marketing, Executive Vice President and Member of Executive Board
Age: 49
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Scania AB (publ) Key Developments

Scania Announces International Partnership with Nobel Media

Scania has announced an international partnership with Nobel Media. Following several years of partnership Scania and Nobel Media now deepen and extend this relationship. Within a select group of Nobel International Partners Scania will collaborate with Nobel Media over several years to bring light to important global issues, like the future of scientific education and sustainability.

Scania Receives $30 Million Order to Supply Transport Solutions to BUMA

Scania AB has received an order to supply transport solutions to BUMA. The order comprises 266 trucks, plus parts and services on site over the next five years and is worth approximately $30 million. BUMA has announced that it will invest in 266 Scania trucks over the next five years. The order includes parts and maintenance contracts and will be delivered by Scania's partner United Tractors. The order includes Scania P 410 8x4 and R 580 6x4 models. The vehicles and services will be delivered by United Tractors, Scania's partner in Indonesia.

Scania AB Introduces New Marine Engine Range Based on Imo Tier III Regulations

Scania AB, has introduced new Scania marine engine range based on an exhaust gas after treatment system developed in-house, which reduces the emissions of nitrogen oxides. Under the IMO Tier III regulations that took effect in January, the limit for nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions ranges from 1.96 to 3.4 g/kWh, depending on the engine's maximum operating speed. This new limit is a significant reduction from the Tier II range of 7.7 to 14.4 g/kWh. Scania has considerable experience of exhaust gas after treatment systems. The manufacturer's Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system is a tried and tested technology that has been used both in engines for trucks and industrial applications. And the NOx limit for Euro 6 trucks and Tier 4/Stage IV industrial applications is 0.40 g/kWh, comfortably within the new emissions requirements. As a part of its existing modular system, Scania's IMO Tier III-compliant engine solutions have been developed for applications such as auxiliary engines, for example in conventionally-installed marine generator sets or in a diesel-electric setup for cargo vessels that operate in international waters. The solutions also work with propulsion engines, as well as auxiliary and propulsion engines for vessels operating on inland waterways with low emission requirements. To achieve an approved installation for marine applications, Scania offers installation recommendations on the dimensions and lengths of piping, the cables needed, and the parts needed for the after treatment system. This includes the SCR catalyst, a customized exhaust system, an evaporator for mixing urea and exhaust gas, and a three-way safety valve. The solution is available for Scania's 13- and 16-litre marine engines. The product offering is complemented by the Scania service network, with more than 1,900 service points across the world already trained to support customers.

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