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Watch selected videos from the world’s leading engine brands on both technical data engines to customer satisfaction experiences. Included in these videos are also the new innovation on our distributed engines all on clear 3D graphic and animation.










#WeStory – All Aboard
Published on Jan 13, 2016
Scania’s legendary V8 has actually been around far longer than most people think. In 1918 it powered the fastest vessel in Sweden.

#WeStory – Pump it up
Published on Apr 15, 2016
You can put a Scania industrial engine to work almost anywhere and it will not let you down. Even after pouring sand in the machinery.

#WeStory – An iconic journey
Published on Jan 13, 2016
James Bond vs. metal-mouth Jaws atop two cable cars. If you’ve seen Moonraker, you probably remember that scene. And also when Bond and his accompanying girl escapes by sliding down the cable. In the 1950s a similar incident occurred – for real.

On a mission in the Arctic
Published on Feb 5, 2016
The Arctic Ocean is one of the toughest working environments on the planet, with only the best equipment capable of handling the arduous conditions. The Elling Carlsen is a prime example. Its 15-metre hull is loaded with cutting-edge technology and the vessel boasts an impressive 2,000 horsepower, making it the pride of the Svalbard archipelago.

Scania V8 marine engine Published on Sep 2, 2015
Scania’s new V8 engine is the most powerful engine in the marine range, boasting up to 1,150 hp. It features the company’s common-rail XPI fuel-injection system, long used in Scania’s engines for trucks and industrial applications.

Scania Engines Power at Work Published on Apr 20, 2015
At this week’s Intermat, an international exhibition for construction equipment in Paris, Scania exhibits a full range of engines.

The heart of a Scania engine Published on Nov 21, 2014
The Scania foundry at the company’s headquarters in Södertälje, Sweden, turns 100 years in 2014. The facility is where the heart of a Scania vehicle is created: the cylinder block and cylinder head.

Scania produces between 85,000 and 90,000 engines each year. These are placed in trucks, buses, boats or prepared for use in industrial machinery, ahead of being delivered to customers around the world. And most begin their journey at the Scania foundry in Södertälje, Sweden.

Scania Marine Solution Published on Jun 24, 2013
Scania’s solid record of outstanding fuel economy, proven reliability and high uptime vouches for unequalled operating economy for displacement vessels. Furthermore, the prompt engine response and uncompromising low-rev performance enhances acceleration and simplifies manoeuvring. So, if you really want to push the limits of endurance and productivity, go for nothing less than diesel engines from Scania. The masters of operating economy.

The All-new Scania Gensets — Redefining reliability Published on Feb 26, 2013
Prime power for construction sites, remote mining districts or events in the middle of nowhere. Whatever your application, the all-new Scania Gensets stand up to the challenge.