Swedish engine-maker Scania and Doosan Infracore have signed a memorandum of understanding about Scania delivering engines for Doosan’s products for the global market.
The agreement with Doosan Infracore will give Scania access to the growing Asian market for construction equipment. The Scania engines are equipped with selective catalytic reduction emissions control technology. The engines satisfy the requirements of emission legislation going into effect in 2011 and are prepared for 2014 legislation, Stage IV and Tier 4 Final. Doosan Infracore is expected to require more than a thousand engines during the next few years.
In January, Scania signed an agreement to supply engines to Terex Corp. The company has been supplying engines to Moxy, the Norwegian manufacturer of articulated dump trucks.