Scania unveils new exam laboratory in Brazil

Posted on 10. May, 2016 by in Volkswagen Canada

Scania has inaugurated a €10m Technology Centre in São Bernardo do Campo, Brazil, with engine exam cells that will be used for a developing, contrast and certifying of a engines.

“With this beginning we are fixation Brazil within a context of a many cutting-edge record in a automotive sector, reflecting, during a same time, a joining to a nation and to a tolerable ride system”, says Per-Olov Svedlund, President and CEO of Scania Latin America.

Consisting of dual cells, a Tech Centre meets a latest final for Euro 6 emissions dimensions capability, scheming Scania for a tellurian doing of worse emissions legislation. The Tech Centre will be integrated into a company’s existent growth organization for new tellurian products, support a internal acceptance of destiny glimmer legislations, and also support a tellurian prolongation complement for Scania’s far-reaching operation of engines.

“With this structure we are meeting, on a one hand, a flourishing tellurian direct for engine tests, led not usually by an alleviation in income though also a hunt for some-more tolerable technologies. On a other hand, we are strengthening Scania’s position as a association that is driven by creation and engineering, and also strengthening a position as a personality in a use of choice fuels and in a growth of new products”, says Henrik Alfredsson, Vice-President of Research and Development for Scania Latin America.

Research and growth into new technologies is already embedded during Scania’s Swedish headquarters, though a new Brazilian exam cells accelerate this process, that is pivotal to Scania’s prophesy of tolerable transport.

The laboratory is means to exam and guard a opening of adult to dual engines during a time, giving entrance to a exam information for exam engineers locally or even remotely from Sweden. The information prisoner will be used as a basement for new engine designs, or for improvements to Scania’s existent vehicles.

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