In addition to passenger cars, Volvo is also a manufacturer of commercial vehicles. Their production began shortly after the founding of the company in 1928. The design and production of trucks, buses, excavators, dumpers and loaders became the horse of the Swedish brand.
Volvo is the oldest manufacturer of construction machinery, and the company's origins date back to 1832, when in the city of Eskiltuna in central Sweden, three young men: Johan Theofron Munktell and two brothers Jean Bolinder and Carl Gerhard Bolinder, laid the foundations for the construction of the future empire of the construction machinery industry. From the very beginning, the history of the company was marked by groundbreaking events: pioneering production of a locomotive and internal combustion engine in Sweden, construction of the first tractor or pioneering work on the construction of a construction machine. Volvo's formal start dates back to 1927, when the first car was produced under the name of the ÖV4.
The events of the Second World War forced the company to change its business profile and focus on the production of a wide range of aircraft engines for the army. The post-war period was a time of prosperity and dynamic changes for Volvo. In 1954, the H-10 wheel loader was constructed, in 1966 the serial production of an articulated hauler began, and in 1972 the company launched a ROPS cab, whose main task was to ensure the safety of the operator in the event of the machine overturning.
From the very beginning, the company was focused on international expansion and expanding its sphere of influence. In 1985, thanks to an agreement concluded with Clark Equipment, Volvo entered the Americas, five years later the German company Zettelmeyer Baumaschinen GmbH was acquired. In 2007, the Chinese companies Linong and Ingersoll Rand were acquired, and seven years after the acquisition of the transport company from Terex.
Over the years, Volvo has been characterized not only by the gradual expansion of its sales markets, but also by great concern for building its own portfolio. It was the Swedish giant that introduced the ground-breaking G900 graders or the over 50-ton L350F wheel loader to the market.
Constructing and manufacturing trucks, buses, excavators, dumpers and loaders has become the horse of the Swedish brand. Volvo currently sells products and parts from four brands: Volov, SDLG, Blaw-Knox and Terex. Volvo parts work in over 180 countries around the world, and the company's products are located in 19.
In addition to machinery and parts for construction machinery, Volvo is also a manufacturer of passenger cars. Their production began shortly after the company was founded in 1928.
Volvo CE has been present in Poland since the early seventies. It was then that the Hydrotest company purchased its first construction machines, and over time gained the possibility of servicing the products of the Swedish company.
Volvo parts are known and appreciated around the world for their quality, safety for users, and a wide range of products that meet the requirements of even the most demanding customers. Users also praise the Volvo machines for their relatively low fuel consumption.
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