Scania has stopped offering would-be professional drivers HGV licence acquisition training because the market has become “highly competitive”. It was the first truck manufacturer to deliver the service, but according to the company it has now taken the decision to stop. Paul Johnson, Scania (Great Britain) general manager – connected, driver and fleet services, said: “In terms of Scania Driver Services, nothing is changing – Scania’s driver training, familiarisation programmes and ongoing coaching services will all continue to operate in […]
Scania has launched a fuel card based on cooperative principles, allowing operators to benefit from the bulk purchasing discounts usually reserved for the largest players in the sector. The Scania Fuel Card is administered by The Fuelcard People, with Scania buying fuel direct on members’ behalf to enhance the purchasing power of the collective. Scania’s scheme is free to join, offers a choice of fuel networks, features no minimum spend requirement and is charge-free for the first 12 months. David […]
Scania is celebrating its best ever year in the UK with a total of 6,846 trucks registered in 2013, up 47% on 2012, lifting its share of the heavy truck market (18 tonnes GVW plus) from 16.1% to 18.1%.
Logistics training specialist SP Training has claimed its first online CPC course generated “unprecedented multinational demand”.