June 11, 2013

Scania displays fire and rescue vehicles at museum in Sodertalje

Fire and rescue vehicles are getting special attention in Scania's museum in Sodertalje, Sweden from June 10.

Six vehicles are on display in the museum, showcasing the company's more than 100 years of experience supplying fire-fighting trucks to rescue services worldwide.
The oldest truck on display dates back to 1915, while the most recent is a truck from 2010 equipped with a Scania CrewCab.

"We have gathered vehicles from Scania's collection and from private owners to set up an interesting exhibition," said Ulf Wettergren, Head of the MW Hall where the museum is located.

The exhibition runs from June 10 until August 23.

On June 15, Scania is holding an open-house between 11.00 AM and 15.00 PM with members of the public able to take guided tours. A kids' drawing competition will also be held, with a Bruder model fire truck as the major prize. The local fire and rescue brigade will present a selection of its vehicles.


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