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6x2 Drive; Drive Side: Left Hand Drive; 6 Euro Rating; Diesel Fuel Type; 44,000 kg Gross Vehicle Weight; 2017 (17) SCANIA S580 HIGHCAB, E6, L.H.D, TWIN WHEEL REAR LIFT T/UNIT, TWO PEDAL OPTICRUISE GEAR BOX, RETARDER, SIDE SKIRTS, REAR MOUNTED BATTERIES, CATWALKS, SLIDING FIFTH WHEEL PLATE, XENON ...

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V8; 6 Euro Rating; (( PLEASE QUOTE )) - (( Ref id T1-02055 )) ON ALL ENQUIRIES )) - 2017 Scania S580 - 6×2 Midlift - 2pd Auto Gearbox - Details >>> Please ask for available options on Alloys - Kelsa light bars - leather seats - Tipping or Pumping Hydraulics - Side skirts - Colour codin...

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Moy, Dungannon, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom BT71 7SD

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Scania S Series | Review

Scania has walked away with the International Truck of the Year Award for its new S series range. It was launched recently and received a lot of attention in the media thanks to the hype that had been developed in the build-up to the unveiling.

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  Blog Archive
New Renewable Fuels Guide Helps Fleet Operators Cut Emissions Economically
The Guide makes the business and environmental case for a variety of low carbon and sustainable fuels with particular emphasis on high-blend biofuels for commercial vehicles. ...
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Scania Appoints New Dealer Director For The East Region
Steve Affleck has many years of experience in the automotive industry and has worked for Scania in the past. ...
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Scania Trucks’ New Side-Detection Features Offer Enhanced Safety To Vulnerable Road Users
Scania has introduced truck side-detection functionality using two separate driver assistance systems to help drivers avoid collisions with pedestrians, cyclists, and other road users. ...
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Scania Teams With ASKO To Test Battery-Electric Trucks In City-Distribution Applications In Norway
The programme will put two 27-tonne electric Scania lorries to work delivering appliances in Oslo; the trucks’ performance data will aid in future electric truck development. ...
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Scania Trials Self-Driving Truck With Centimetre-Level Positioning Capability
The PRoPART project combines data from a truck’s own onboard sensors and cameras with that from other vehicles and from nearby infrastructure to create a more complete picture of the driving environment. ...
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New Universal Search Engine Powered By Artificial Intelligence Helps Scania Technicians Find Solutions Fast
These days, diagnostics-related issues take up as much of a technician’s time as do mechanical ones, so finding the right software solution quickly is key. ...
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Finnish Transport Company HAVI Logistics Adds Four Scania Biogas Trucks To Fleet Serving McDonald’s
HAVI Logistics, a supply chain management, packaging, and logistics specialist based in Duisburg, Germany, recently added four Scania biogas trucks to its Finnish fleet ...
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Four Scania Hydrogen Fuel Cell-Powered Electric Trucks Enter Operation With Oslo Grocery Wholesaler
The truck manufacturer says hydrogen gas “is an interesting option for long-haulage electrified transport, and early tests show that the technology also works well in colder climate.” ...
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Scania Announces Fuel Tank Cap With A Theft Alarm
In order to prevent the loss of fuel and deter would-be thieves, Scania’s latest innovation can activate the truck’s alarm system, and trucks with Scania’s Control Package can alert the owner via email or text message. ...
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Scania To Help Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, Develop More Sustainable Public Transport System With 450 Buses, Infrastructure Upgrades & Biofuel Research
The new bus fleet consists of 400 13-metre low-entry buses as well as 50 18-metre articulated buses powered by compressed natural gas. ...
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Scania S Series | Review

Scania has walked away with the International Truck of the Year Award for its new S series range. It was launched recently and received a lot of attention in the media thanks to the hype that had been developed in the build-up to the unveiling.

scania-truck-of-the-yearThe International Truck of the Year award is an important annual prize bestowed upon models from manufacturers that have managed to fulfil a number of key criteria, from efficiency and safety to comfort and convenience.

In 2017 is was Swedish firm Scania which walked away with the top prize for its new S series range. It was launched recently and received a lot of attention in the media thanks to the hype that had been developed in the build-up to the unveiling.

Technology and Safety

scania s seriesA total of 25 expert judges were involved in the decision-making process, with representatives from a number of major press outlets coming together to select the truck most worthy of the award. And it was not just the new technology which helped to underline the win for the S series but also the extensive servicing packages that Scania offers customers to keep them on the road in the long run.

A spokesperson for the award, Gianenrico Griffini, said that the modern solutions associated with the S series meant that the latest trucks are fairly future-proof, benefiting from connected services to help manage and monitor entire fleets while also keeping track of individual vehicles.

He also said that the cab of the S series was set up in such a way that made it feel more like a car than an HGV, enhancing the experience for drivers and making manoeuvres easier to execute.

The interior dimensions of the cab were praised, with judges pointing out that drivers are given plenty of room to move, with the sleeper cab being a truly liveable space rather than one which is only suitable for short trips.

Safety was another element of the S series which helped it to earn the award, since it comes with curtain airbags on both the driver and passenger doors. Scania claims that it is currently the only manufacturer to have included such a feature on its trucks, putting it ahead of the game in terms of protecting truck drivers, passengers and other road users.

Worked With Customers

scania truck of the yearScania spokesperson Henrik Henriksson said that the firm had spent a long time working with customers in order to formulate the design for the S series, and he argued that the award was a vindication of this potentially time-consuming method of developing a new truck line-up.

He also said that this award paid testament to the dedication and expertise of Scania's engineers while being a sign that Sweden was still an important country thanks to its manufacturing prowess and would continue to be competitive globally in a number of industries.

Scania will no doubt be celebrating the win not just because it signals that the hard work of thousands of employees has paid off, but also because it spent several billion pounds to create the new S series and R series trucks, which it will need to recoup over the coming years through sales and servicing. It is safe to say that these latest models have enjoyed the best possible start in life.
  Blog Archive
New Renewable Fuels Guide Helps Fleet Operators Cut Emissions Economically
The Guide makes the business and environmental case for a variety of low carbon and sustainable fuels with particular emphasis on high-blend biofuels for commercial vehicles. ...
Read More
Scania Appoints New Dealer Director For The East Region
Steve Affleck has many years of experience in the automotive industry and has worked for Scania in the past. ...
Read More
Scania Trucks’ New Side-Detection Features Offer Enhanced Safety To Vulnerable Road Users
Scania has introduced truck side-detection functionality using two separate driver assistance systems to help drivers avoid collisions with pedestrians, cyclists, and other road users. ...
Read More
Scania Teams With ASKO To Test Battery-Electric Trucks In City-Distribution Applications In Norway
The programme will put two 27-tonne electric Scania lorries to work delivering appliances in Oslo; the trucks’ performance data will aid in future electric truck development. ...
Read More
Scania Trials Self-Driving Truck With Centimetre-Level Positioning Capability
The PRoPART project combines data from a truck’s own onboard sensors and cameras with that from other vehicles and from nearby infrastructure to create a more complete picture of the driving environment. ...
Read More
New Universal Search Engine Powered By Artificial Intelligence Helps Scania Technicians Find Solutions Fast
These days, diagnostics-related issues take up as much of a technician’s time as do mechanical ones, so finding the right software solution quickly is key. ...
Read More
Finnish Transport Company HAVI Logistics Adds Four Scania Biogas Trucks To Fleet Serving McDonald’s
HAVI Logistics, a supply chain management, packaging, and logistics specialist based in Duisburg, Germany, recently added four Scania biogas trucks to its Finnish fleet ...
Read More
Four Scania Hydrogen Fuel Cell-Powered Electric Trucks Enter Operation With Oslo Grocery Wholesaler
The truck manufacturer says hydrogen gas “is an interesting option for long-haulage electrified transport, and early tests show that the technology also works well in colder climate.” ...
Read More
Scania Announces Fuel Tank Cap With A Theft Alarm
In order to prevent the loss of fuel and deter would-be thieves, Scania’s latest innovation can activate the truck’s alarm system, and trucks with Scania’s Control Package can alert the owner via email or text message. ...
Read More
Scania To Help Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, Develop More Sustainable Public Transport System With 450 Buses, Infrastructure Upgrades & Biofuel Research
The new bus fleet consists of 400 13-metre low-entry buses as well as 50 18-metre articulated buses powered by compressed natural gas. ...
Read More