Scania

Scania was founded in 1891 in Malmö (SE). Started was with the production of bicycles, followed by cars and also the first trucks around 1905. In 1911 the company fuses with the other Swedish manufacuter of cars and trucks Vabis to Scania-Vabis. In 1968 was fused with car- and airplane manufacturer Saab, the name was changed to Saab-Scania. In 1995 the company was splitted and Scania proceded alone. Volkswagen becomes owner for 90.5% of Scania in 2014. The current products are trucks, busses and (ship) engines. The main office is located in Södertälje (SE) and offers work for around 45,000 employees world wide.
Website: www.scania.com


Scania 124 G 420


Scania 124 G 500


Scania 124 L 470


Scania 143 E 500

Strecker (DE)


Scania 144 G 460


Scania 164 G 480


Scania G 450

(DE)


Scania G 490


Scania P 380

Atracciones M.A. (ES)


Scania P 400


Scania P 420


Scania P 450


Scania R 410


Scania R 420

Hup Hin (SG)

Huter (AT)


Scania R 480

Felbermayr (AT)

Freher (CH)


Scania R 490


Scania R 500

Fried-Sped (DE)

KingTrans (NL)

Strychacz (PL)

Wiesbauer (DE)

(RU)


Scania R 520


Scania R 560

Bau-Trans (AT)

Brenner (DE)

Dornbierer (CH)

Felbermayr (AT)


Scania R 580


Scania R 620

Brenner (DE)

Dornbierer (CH)

Fried-Sped (DE)

Glogau (DE)

(RO)


Scania R 730

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