Scania publishes Annual and Sustainability Report 2018

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Apr 16, 2019

2018 was another year of strong operational performance and a continued focus on contributing to a sustainable future in the ecosystem of transport and logistics. Total vehicle deliveries and service sales reached all-time high levels and Scania’s net sales rose to a record level.

In 2018, Scania combined continued growth with taking further steps to drive the shift towards a sustainable transport system. Scania’s President and CEO Henrik Henriksson says, “Sustainability is no longer a choice for companies to opt in or out of. It is something we must deliver on to stay relevant. At Scania we have transformed our company’s entire purpose, to becoming a leader in the shift towards a sustainable transport system. Our customers require it of us, and their customer ask it of them.”

The 2018 edition of Scania’s Annual and Sustainability Report takes significant steps in outlining the journey that Scania is taking towards a sustainable transport system. It is the company’s fourth combined annual and sustainability report detailing its financial, social and environmental performance.

You can read the full report here.

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