On the road

On the road

Our products help ensure that you have food on the table, transport to the airport and newly constructed roads to drive on. Fifteen per cent of all food in Europe is delivered by a truck from Volvo Group. Our trucks also transport furniture, clothing, sanitary products and computers. These are all products you need in your daily life.

Our buses transport you quickly to the nearest airport. You can take an intercity bus to visit relatives or go on holiday in one of our touring coaches. Our construction machinery is used in infrastructure expansion projects, for example for construction of roads, railways and bridges.

In order to ensure that the vehicles stay on the road and continue to operate safely, we help our customers with excellent, quick service and first-class technical solutions.

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Trucks on the road

We have trucks for all types of freight transportation. Our heavy-duty trucks haul goods over long distances, internationally and intercontinentally. Our medium-duty trucks handle deliveries in your local area and our light trucks for urban distribution deliver goods directly to your local store.

The Group has six truck brands: Volvo, UD, Renault Trucks, Mack, Eicher and Dongfeng Trucks. With these models, Volvo Group reaches customers all over the world.

Trucks on the road

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Buses on the road

If all our buses around the world were to be used simultaneously, they would be capable of transporting approximately ten million people. We have several types of long-distance coach and intercity coach designed for various driving conditions, for example for roads in India, crossing the American continent or driving to and from airports in Europe.

Our four bus and coach brands are Volvo, UD Bus, Prevost and Nova Bus.

Buses on the road

A driver operating a Volvo Group truck at a construction site

Road Machinery

Over half a million construction machines produced by us during the past ten years are used at construction sites around the world. Our three brands, Volvo, Terex Trucks and SDLG, provide a wide range of equipment suitable for the construction of roads and bridges. Pavers, compactors, excavators and wheel loaders are a few examples.

Road Machinery

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Through the Volvo LIGHTS project, third-party supply chain solutions provider NFI will demonstrate the ability for battery-electric trucks to successfully transport freight under a variety of operating conditions.

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