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April 22, 2015

Per Hallberg to be appointed acting President and CEO, Scania

Martin Lundstedt, President and CEO has decided to leave Scania.

"We respect Martin Lundstedt's decision to leave the company and wish to thank him for his successful efforts to further develop and strengthen Scania's strong market position during his years as

April 01, 2015

Scania inaugurates its first Asian bus manufacturing plant

In the presence of 1,500 guests, including ministers, ambassadors, customers, suppliers and employees, Scania Commercial Vehicles India inaugurated the company's first bus manufacturing plant in Asia.

The new bus production plant is located at the Scania Narasapura

January 08, 2015

Scania's President and CEO to lead ACEA Commercial Vehicle Board for 2015

The Commercial Vehicle Board of Directors of the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA) has elected Martin Lundstedt as its new Chairman for 2015.

The Commercial Vehicle Board elects a new Chairman for a yearly term, once renewable.


October 11, 2014

New research centre to create world-class logistic flows

KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Scania have begun collaboration on the Integrated Transport Research Lab - a new research centre at KTH that will focus on future transport systems. "The aim is to create world-class logistics flows," said Martin Lundstedt,

September 24, 2014

Scania starts gearbox cooperation with Man

Scania is starting extensive cooperation with Man regarding gearboxes for heavy commercial vehicles. Man will gradually introduce Scania's current gearbox range from 2016 and the companies will cooperate on future generations. This will mean faster delivery

October 30, 2013

Scania inaugurates first manufacturing facility in India

Scania Commercial Vehicles India announced plans to manufacture about 2,500 heavy haulage trucks besides 1,000 intercity buses and coaches annually at its facility in Narasapura. Currently the localisation is 18 per cent for trucks and 100 per cent for bus bodies.

January 31, 2013

Anders Grundstromer appointed as new Managing Director, Scania Commercial Vehicles India, and Senior Vice-President, Scania Group

Anders Grundstromer has been appointed as the new Managing Director, Scania Commercial Vehicles India Pvt. Ltd. and Senior Vice-President, Scania Group.

Anders Grundstromer is currently Executive Regional Director, Region Western and Southern Europe

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