Scania managed to deliver 145 zero-emission vehicles (meaning trucks and buses) in the first half of this year. In its interim report, the Swedish manufacturer declared a total of 145 vehicles delivered, compared to 89 in the same period of 2022. On the other hand, global order intake of zero-emission vehicles fell by 57% in Q1 and Q2, 2023, compared to the previous year (101 orders against 234).

Beyond Scania zero-emission vehicles: global results

Considering all commercial vehicles (thermal as well as electric), Scania recorded +26% deliveries, +27% considering only trucks. Order intake fell by -1% in the first half of the year. Net sales of the Scania Group grew by 39%.

“Scania performed strongly, showing growth in both deliveries and service business. Our adjusted operating income increased to an all-time high SEK 7.0 billion. The business environment is challenging, and we are seeing somewhat lower transport activity in some markets but demand for trucks remains high in our key markets,” CEO Christian Levin comments.


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