SUSTAINABILITY

An important aspect of Scania’s business strategy

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Launched today, Scania’s 2013 online sustainability report highlights the importance sustainability has for the company’s long-term business success. Scania’s stated goal is to be the leader in sustainable transport solutions.

By taking a holistic view of Scania’s role in mobility and the logistics flow, Scania can create greater value for customers, shareholders, the company and society. The key to realizing this value, the report underlines, is to integrate sustainability throughout the organization, in the business strategy and along the value chain. How Scania is achieving this is the key theme of this year’s report. 

“It’s crystal clear to me that future growth in our sector must be different. We need to chase down every opportunity we have to shift the sustainable transport needle, cut carbon, improve logistics flows and make clean mobility easier”, says Martin Lundstedt, Scania’s President and CEO. “I’m convinced that sustainable transport is profitable transport – and Scania’s focus on sustainability leadership is delivering good business results.” 

The report underlines three focus areas that contribute to Scania’s leadership striving: Proactively engage in transforming the transport industry; raise standards and address risks in emerging markets, embed sustainability across our organisation. 

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