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.