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Scania adds Norway to its gas bus market

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Scania has delivered 36 gas-powered buses to passenger transport company Nobina in Norway. This marks a Scania break-through for gas buses in Norway as the newest market to which Scania delivers gas buses.

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Recently, public transport companies in Colombia and Indonesia have also taken deliveries of Scania gas buses.

The new Scania OmniExpress 3.20 LE Euro 6 buses are replacing older buses operating in the Ski area, southeast of Oslo.

The buses can be fuelled with compressed natural gas, CNG and biogas which all contribute to lower emissions of greenhouse gases and noise.

Nobina is the largest bus transport company in the Nordic region. The company has 7,000 employees and operates 4,000 buses in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden.

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