The factory is Scania's biggest production investment outside Europe and Latin America © Scania
The factory is Scania's biggest production investment outside Europe and Latin America © Scania

Scania opens factory in Thailand

Will Green is news editor of Supply Management
27 February 2019

Scania has set up a €23m factory to assemble and build trucks in Thailand.

The facility, in the Bangkok Free Trade Zone, is the biggest investment in production the company has made outside Europe and Latin America.

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