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The New Truck Generation from SCANIA - Launch Event

World’s Safest & Most Fuel Efficient Truck Range

Scania Australia Bus Driver Competition Final 2016

Farragher Logistics focuses on refrigerated and fragile freight

Millers Transport Boosts Fuel Efficiency by 20%

2015 MFB Firefighter Stair Climb


Zambonetti Transport

Ken Zambonetti and Matt from Zambonetti Transport give us some insights into their business, the truck fleet and why Scania trucks have been chosen to be part of their Total Transport Solution. Fuel Economy, Reliability, Comfort, and Resale value are all advantages of having Scania vehicles in your truck fleet.

Greg's Meat Transport

Greg's Meat Transport is based in Jandakot, just outside Perth, WA. A long-time and loyal Scania customer, Greg Goodchild specialises in time-sensitive and temperature-sensitive freight, and demands highly reliable prime movers, with plenty of performance. Greg explains how Scania Driver Trainers were able to boost his already fuel efficient Scania trucks to a new, impressive level, cutting fuel consumption (and running costs) by 20%. As we ride with one of his drivers it is easy to see how Scania cab comfort, quietness and security makes every shift easier and more enjoyable.

Making moves in mining

A trial at an Australian gold-mine proves Scania's R 620 heavy-haulage truck is well and truly up to the job at hand. It boasts great fuel economy, comfort and performance.

Scania Streamline B-Triple Review

Matt Wood from Owner Driver Magazine tests three new aerodynamic Scania Streamline models on the road from Melbourne to Brisbane, including a drive in a B-triple R730.

Transporting HRT all over Australia

Scania Peak Efficiency Trainer, Alan, takes us on a tour of the V8 work horse that transports every single piece of our gear around Australia.

Scania Mining V8 pulling four and five trailer combinations

Scania R620 CA6x4 EHZ has been hooked up to mining trailers built by J Smith and Sons from Gympie, Queensland. Each trailer can carry around 55-tonnes of processed coal. The combination's payload of 225-tonnes has a Gross Combination Mass of 360-tonnes with four trailers, or a payload of 292-tonnes and GCM of 430-tonnes with five trailers. The Scania can pull the trailers at up to 74 km/h (loaded), and with four trailers on can climb an 8% grade. With five trailers, it can scale a 6% grade. The combination travels along hard clay haul roads in an average ambient temperature of 32-dgrees C. Find out more at Scania Mining