Scania in Hong Kong

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  • Production units (PRU):(More detailed description of activities at each PRU will be presented in a later slide.Employees in Södertälje: approx 10 000In North America we only sell Engines.Rregional Production Centres are established in: South AfricaThailandMalaysiaTaiwanKoreaDubaiRussiaIndien – RPC will be ready 2013Green field operations require a annual market need of 10-15 000 units.
  • Scania in Hong Kong

    1. 1. Challenges and solutions for sustainable transport M. Sc Jonas Kempe , Director of Sustainable solutions, Scania Buses and Coaches jonas.kempe@scania.com +46 701 87 10 61
    2. 2. Scania offers the lowest ton-km or passenger-km cost over the lifecycle of the vehicle A BPeople & Goods
    3. 3. >35,000 employees globally The world of Scania Regional Product Centres Production units Scania markets n 1,000 salespoints n 1,500 workshops n More than 95% partsavailability n Round the clockassistance Production units 1891 Sweden 1957 Brazil 1964 Netherlands 1976 Argentina 1992 France Sales and service units
    4. 4. Scania in Hong Kong • First imported by independent distributors  Swedish Motors 1982-1994  Forefront 1994 – 2008 • Scania Hong Kong Ltd. In business since 1 April 2008 • Highest density of Scania vehicles around the world • Position in container-haulage, construction vehicles, fire trucks • 4 workshops/Service and sales units
    5. 5. MORE MORE LESS 6 PUBLIC TRANSPORT BIOFUELS Challenges and solutions ELECTRIFICATION
    6. 6. Most important sustainability challenges for the HD transport sector Local Emissions (Particles, NOx, etc)  Energy Efficiency  Emissions of fossil CO2
    7. 7. Engine technology – cleaning up our cities Local Emissions PARTICLES NOx
    8. 8. Euro 6 Euro 5 Euro6 = close to zero harmful roadside emissions
    9. 9. AFTER ”CLEAN” VEHICLES
    10. 10. Only 3 ways to reduce CO2 from transport (with the side effect of reducing all emissions) 1. Smarter transport 2. Energy efficiency 3. Replace fossil energy with renewable
    11. 11. Annual transport of 15 million packages Before Today 252 bags per pallet 360 flat packed packages per pallet From bags to packages From 1 800 to 1 260 truck movements Using longer vehicles From 1 260 to 800 truck movements Total savings of 1000 truck movements with ~33% reduction of CO2 Scania worked out an efficient logistics proposal with a customer and the Transport Authority Improve transport efficiency
    12. 12. >60% more load than conventional articulated truck. With two trucks currently operating, 700 fewer truck movements per year +/- 100 tonnes less CO2 per year +/- 600 kgs less NOx per year +/- 12 kgs less PM per year Improve transport efficiency
    13. 13. Up to 16 more passengers than conventional 12 metre coach +/- 90 tonnes less CO2 per year +/- 450 kgs less NOx per year +/- 9 kgs less PM per year Improve transport efficiency
    14. 14. Truck unladen weight = 13 tonnes Gross vehicle weight Europe = 26 tonnes Payload Europe = 13 tonnes Gross vehicle weight Hong Kong = 24 tonnes Payload Hong Kong = 11 tonnes European standards would allow 18% extra payload resulting in up to 18% fewer trucks with resulting reduction in emissions while freeing up roadspace Euro6 and +2 tonnes Total number of tippers in Hong Kong = +/-1000 Reduction in CO2 per year = 18 000 tonnes Reduction in NOx per year compared with EuroV = 212 tonnes Reduction in PM per year compared with EuroV = 1.9 tonnes Smarter and cleaner transport
    15. 15. Barriers for Mobility 37 cars and vans 13 light goods vehicles 6 minibuses 4 double deck buses 1 coach 1 heavy truck
    16. 16. BRT/bus systems Guayaquil - EC Adelaide - AUS Gatwick/Crawley - UK Brisbane - AUS Johannesburg - ZA Changzhou - CNCambridge - UK Bogota - CO Curitiba- BR
    17. 17. ... the electricity comes from sustainable sources … the technology is robust and durable ... the technology reduces the weight penalty of on board electricity ”storage” ... the environmental impact of new types of raw material is handled in a sustainable way … the economics stack up Electric vehicles? Only if and when ...
    18. 18. Possibilities going forward Finding ways to stimulate low emission vehicles – technology exist in the market place  Alternative energy/using waste - vehicles exists to run on liquid biofuels as well as gas Transport efficiency
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