Tag Archives: New Generation Scania

Scania tackles low tare weight for tipping | TRANSPORT NEWS

Eight new Scania G 500 prime movers with TEFCO B-double tipper sets have joined the K&S Freighters fleet in Newcastle to move alumina or coke from the port to the Tomago Aluminium smelter. The contract calls for 24/6 operation with two 12-hour shift cycles, with the Scanias hauling TEFCO B-double tippers running on HML mass management certification. The TEFCO trailers also feature ...

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Dressed for Success | TRUCK REVIEW – SCANIA NEXT Generation

The next-generation Scania not only looks good, it delivers the goods – Report by Chris Mullett. The launch of a new truck range certainly doesn’t just happen overnight. In the case of Scania and its New Generation products, what we are seeing right now in the Australian market results from a seven-year research and development programme, with continuing consultation and ...

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New Scania fleet for Linfox  | TRANSPORT NEWS

 The first examples of 42 new generation Scania Euro 6 P 450 6×4 prime movers are now in service with Linfox around Australia, predominantly for use in metropolitan operations. The new Scania P 450 Sleeper Cabs are fitted as standard with side curtain roll over airbags, the first such safety devices fitted to any trucks available in Australia, contributing a ...

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V8 APPEAL | TRUCK REVIEW – Scania Next Generation

Scania’s Next Generation V8 R620 comes under the spotlight – Words by Brenton O’Connor – Images by Mark Bean In developing the design of the Next Generation range of trucks, Scania has followed four key factors, concentrating on safety, fuel efficiency, driving enjoyment and uptime. All major components of the trucks have been redesigned including cabs, engines, transmissions and suspensions, ...

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BRAVE NEW WORLD | TRUCK REVIEW – Scania Next Generation

Scania launches its Next Generation attack: Ed Higginson takes the wheel of the new G500 – Images by Mark Bean. With autonomy being the buzzword for future truck design, the launch of the Next Generation Scania truck range poses the question of could we be seeing the last time that truck cabs are launched that still focus on the driver? ...

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