Scania visit

Curious about what you can work with as a researcher at Scania? Would you like to test drive the latest trucks and buses? Would you also like to visit the facilities in Södertälje?

Then you should sign up for this exclusive full-day visit to Scania on November 17, 2022.

Transport between Stockholm and Södertälje, lunch and fika are also included in the program. Please note that you need a driver’s license for a passenger car to drive the vehicles, but it is also possible to join as a co-driver (if you do not have one).


Scania is a world-leading provider of transport solutions with 54,000 employees in more than 100 countries. Together with their partners and customers, they are driving the shift towards a sustainable transport system. For Scania, sustainable transport is about more than decarbonization. It is about meeting the needs of people and society throughout the ecosystem of transport.

Scania’s research and development organization develops products, services and solutions that can provide the highest quality, efficiency and profitability for their customers. R&D’s innovations are largely focused on advancing low-carbon transport solutions. Scania puts significant investment and resources into research and development, which is concentrated at the Scania Technical Centre in Södertälje. In 2021, Scania invested SEK 7.5 bn in research and development (6.5), which corresponded to 5.1 percent of net sales.

A lot of Scania’s research is carried out in-house, but they also work closely with universities, colleges and strategic partners, as well as in field tests with their customers.

For more information about Scania follow them on social media or visit www.scania.com


This event will be limited to 25 visitors, make sure to RSVP through the following link

https://forms.gle/ZsEPq1FyR5aFGdMy6

There would be a selection phase after the end of the registration. Depending on the number of RSVP registration, 25 visitors will be selected and informed.

The last day to register your interest to join us is this Friday, November 4, 2022.  

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