Scania will showcase a range of vehicles powered by alternative fuels and cabs suited to inner city applications at Freight in the City Expo tomorrow (6 November).
On its stands will be the L-series, Scania’s newly developed cab series for urban transport that features a high level of visibility from its cab and the maximum five-stars under London’s interim Direct Vision Standard.
Visitors will also be able to get up close to a G340 4×2 CNG tractor unit. Scania’s dedicated gas powered vehicles offer a here and now solution to sustainable urban transport and a carbon dioxide reduction of up to 15% with natural gas and 84% with bio-gas, according to the manufacturer.
Outside the exhibition hall will be a Scania P220 4×2 curtainsider body and R410 4×2 sleeper cab LNG. According to Scania, the P-series is one of the most versatile cabs in its range, and is ideal for urban and regional operations and well-proven for construction demands.
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Steven McLachlen, product marketing manager at Scania (Great Britain), said: “We’re looking forward to welcoming visitors to the Scania stand to see a small selection of our urban transport solutions.
“We’re proud to be headline sponsor of the fourth Freight in the City Expo, it’s a great opportunity for customers, manufacturers and service providers to get together and share best practice and showcase products.”
- Visit the Scania stands: V61 and V69 and you can still register to attend the Freight in the City Expo free of charge and find out more about what will be on display and the topics that will be covered in the seminar programme.