Supplier Letter_2024-07-04

Dear supplier,

We are producing on a historically high level in our global production system. This is possible only with your strong commitment and tireless efforts in securing material availability and a production free from disturbances and disruptions.

In light of the more normalized market demand in Europe, we have decided to slightly reduce our production capacity. Decision is to adjust the basic rate of European production to meet market demand.

The impact on your parts may prove different due to natural variations, and you might therefore see higher or lower adjustments of your delivery schedules.

The adjustment of the basic rate will be stepwise from first of September and we are now conducting an analysis of how the new basic rate will be handled at each production site in the European production system.

The Latin American market situation remains strong, with no changes to plans. With our global production setup and multiple sourcing strategy you might see an increase in forecast of expected deliveries towards Latin America.

This adjusted level in our production system is reflected in the delivery schedules starting 2024-07-04.

We will closely monitor the market development, and adapt our production according to this when needed. At our side we will keep some extra capacity in production to handle any potential increase, which also needs to be considered in any decision regarding capacity adjustments at your end.

As usual, we are counting on your co-operation and expect you to contact us in real time if you see any risks in your ability to deliver as per our demands.

For operational questions and detailed plans, please turn to your regular contact person within material planning.

For other questions, please turn to responsible purchaser.

Best regards,
Scania Procurement and Logistics, 2024-07-04

Supplier Letter_2024-07-04
Europe - Packaging Vacation Period w29-32

Packaging shipments will be limited during w29-32 when Scania has its European summer vacation, due to that please order your packaging in advance. Contact Packaging Planning packaging.planning@scania.com if you have any questions.

Information regarding support during w29-32

During the general industrial vacation w29-32, the Portal Support will have longer response time due to limited support.

MBD - PDD Container

Some users are experiencing difficulties opening the MBD file within the presentation. To address this issue, please ensure that the attached MBD file is used in conjunction with the previously sent presentation and assessment.

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Info regarding Russia's war of aggression against Ukraine

EU adopted 12th package of economic and individual sanctions 23th December 2023. The package includes several actions such a imports of goods which generate significant revenues for Russia and thereby enable the continuation of its war of aggression against Ukraine, such pig iron and spiegeleisen, copper wires, aluminum wires, foil, tubes and pipes.

As a supplier to Scania, we expect you to comply with applicable export control legislation and/or sanctions regulations. Please reach out to your responsible purchaser if you have any concerns or if you see that this will cause disturbances in your deliveries.

It’s essential to stay informed about any additional updates or changes in sanctions regulations to ensure continued compliance with the latest requirements. Regularly checking official government sources, such as the European Union’s official announcements or relevant national authorities, can help you stay up-to-date on any developments in the import-export control landscape.

MBD – Supplier Assessment - IMPORTANT!

Scania is undergoing to a transformation journey, our input is important, please access the file until January 31st and answer the inquiry.

MBD Supplier Assessment (SSP)
SLA 410 Tooling Payment 2023

Scania Latin America has published new communication valid only for local suppliers. Please click on the following link in order to see more details about.

Update regards to the 11th package of sanction against Russia

Dear Suppliers,

In regards to the European Union´s 11th package of sanctions towards Russia, the EU has tightened the restrictions on imports of iron and steel goods by requiring importers of iron and steel goods, that have been processed in a third country, to prove that the material does not come from Russia.

Starting from September 30th, 2023  if you are an importer of iron and steel into the EU, you will be required to provide proof that the listed goods were not manufactured using Russian primary materials.

The country of origin of the primary goods of iron and steel must be proven, at any time, to any control authorities (including the respective country´s Customs) according to the attached FAQ on the implementation of Council Regulation (EU) No. 833/2014 and Council Regulation (EU) No. 269/2014, which the EU Commission updated on July 18th, 2023.

The latest version of the FAQ can be found at the following link:  Frequently asked questions – Sanctions against Russia (europa.eu).

We are hoping for your co-operation going forward when this will be followed up by Scania Purchasing.

Kind regards,

Scania Purchasing and Logistics, 2023-08-25

The European Commission just adopted the 11th package of sanctions against Russia

Dear Suppliers,

With the Russian invasion of Ukraine still ongoing and all the great suffering that it entails, we further want to emphasize the importance of knowing your supply chains in this new geopolitical landscape that we find ourselves in.

The European Commission just adopted the 11th package of sanctions against Russia, focusing on the risk of circumvention of the existing sanctions, targeting e.g. neighbouring countries, countries supporting Russia, and third country/party transactions. Also, all items listed in the sanctions package are banned for transit via Russian territory.

If the EU Commission identifies intentional circumvention activities, the parties enabling that type of activity will be sanctioned by the EU and thereby banned from the European market and trading of European products.

We kindly ask you as Scania Supplier to comply with all the applicable export control legislations and/or sanctions/embargoes regulations and without any delay inform Scania of any changes that may have any impact on the export, re-export, or use of goods and/or end products in which the goods are included.

We are hoping for your co-operation and expect you to contact us if you see any risks in your ability to deliver as per our demands.

Please keep a close dialog with your main contact at purchasing and/or Export.control_Purchasing@scania.com .

Kind regards,

Scania Purchasing and Logistics, 2023-07-10

Questions on invoice status? Ask our Chat bot!

With the holiday season coming up, SFPC receives a lot of questions on invoice status. To get immediate help we encourage you to use our chatbot on Supplier Portal (https://supplier.scania.com/), just click on the bot icon (down to the right on the page) and follow the instructions.

If the chatbot does not provide you with the information you need you can always send an email to invoices.to@scania.com.

CATIA V5 V5-6R2022 SP3 UPGRADE R32 - MAY 2023

Scania will upgrade to CATIA V5-6R2022 SP3 (also known as R32).
Scania will upgrade the engineering platform to CATIA V5-6R2023 SP3 (also known as R32) on Friday the 5th of May 2023.
After this date, Scania will only exchange CAD data based on this release, and it is highly recommended that suppliers upgrade to the same version.
Suppliers on a lower level of CATIA V5, choosing not to upgrade, will not be able to use native CATIA V5 files that are sent from Scania, both 3D models and drawings.
If you have any questions regarding Scania’s upgrade and/or data exchange with Scania, please contact Anna-Carin Markström, anna-carin.markstrom@scania.com, +46 7 079 527 57.

IMPORTANT: New login process for Scania Standards application

The login process to access Scania Standards has been updated.
Please start the Scania Standards application in SSP as usual. From here you will be instructed of how to proceed according to the new login procedure.

Latest update: If you have followed the instructions on TIL page (accessing Scania Standards) to login with user Id (e.g. SXXXXX@scaniaweb.com) and portal password, and it still not working. This must be reported as an incident to Scania Customer Support phone +46 8 553 81795 or email cs.sodertalje@scania.com.

SLA_422 - SLA Vacation Period 2024

Scania Latin America has published new communication valid only for Latin America Suppliers.

Please click in the following link in order to see more details about SLA Vacation Period, scheduling for July 2024. Notice the communication follows in Brazilian Portuguese.

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SLA_421 – SLA Supply Chain Dialogue

Scania Latin America has published new communication valid only for Latin America Suppliers.

Please click in the following link in order to see more details about SLA Supply Chain Dialogue. Notice the communication follows in Brazilian Portuguese.

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SLA_420 – Direct Deliveries from Local Suppliers

Scania Latin America has published new communication valid only for Latin America Suppliers.

Please click in the following link in order to see more details about Scania requirements for direct deliveries from local suppliers. Notice the communication follows in Brazilian Portuguese.

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SLA_419 - Delivery_schedule_updating

Scania Latin America has published new communication valid only for Latin America Suppliers.

Please click in the following link in order to see more details about forecast volume and last delivery schedule updating. Notice the communication follows in brazilian portuguese.

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SLA_418 - Crise_no_mar_vermelho

Scania Latin America has published new communication valid only for Latin America Suppliers.

Please click in the following link in order to see more details about Scania Brazil guidelines regarding military escalation in the Red Sea Region. Notice the communication follows in brazilian portuguese.

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