No shocks as Scania goes electric

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The Fencer in single- and double-deck form will be a key part of the Scania electric offering. RICHARD SHARMAN












Jonathan Welch speaks to Scania’s Mark Oliver about the firm’s latest developments and plans for its new generation of battery electric products

With both war in Ukraine and an ongoing pandemic, the turbulent external environment is continuing,’ says Scania’s group-wide interim report for the first half of this year. ‘Rising inflation and increased interest rates are also adding to the uncertainty. Despite this, economic activity is still high,’ it continues. The manufacturer reports net sales unchanged compared to the previous year and amounted to SEK 74,690m (£5,991m), with net sales up by 2% in the second quarter of last year.

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