Scania has revealed that it will have to make significant reductions in the size of its global workforce, citing the serious reduction in demand for its products as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Scania president and chief executive Henrik Henriksson (pictured) admitted the company now has 5,000 more staff than needed. “Our assessment is that it will take a long time before market demand reaches pre-crisis levels and we therefore need to adapt the organisation to the new situation […]
Construction services firm Keltbray has spent £5.5m on 32 new Scania Euro-5 tippers in a bid to improve the safety and efficiency of its fleet.
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 […]
Brexit uncertainty and slowing sales have forced SDC Trailers to look at cutting “a number of jobs” at its plants in Mansfield and Toomebridge in Northern Ireland, the manufacturer revealed this week.