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Volvo boosts efficiency and utility with new construction solutions

Volvo boosts efficiency and utility with new construction solutions

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With infrastructure boom, the construction industry has seen rapid growth in verticals such as road construction, irrigation projects, hydel projects, stone quarries, marble quarries, granite quarries, etc. Customers need trucks that can deliver the lowest cost per tonne, carry more loads per trip and offer maximum productivity and uptime. Hence, Volvo has launched Volvo FM 380 8X4, Volvo FMX 460 8X4 and Volvo FM 420 6X4 Tractor.

The company increases the productivity and profitability by making assignments faster and easier for drivers. In short, the solutions are designed for the driver and optimised for the customer. The construction solutions offered by the company are available in Volvo FM and Volvo FMX allowing customers to specify high-performing, fuel-efficient truck with capability. The solutions are tailored to make the operation more productive, profitable and cost efficient.

Vinod Aggarwal, Managing Director and CEO, VE Commercial Vehicles Ltd said, “Customers now are more conscious about the cost per tonne and care more about total cost of ownership over its life cycle. With increased investments in infrastructure projects, there are more opportunities for Volvo Trucks in India as customers are willing to opt for highly productive and efficient transport solutions. All our offerings emerge from the customers’ needs and end with their satisfaction with a focus on customers’ success. The world is changing at an even faster pace. But, the need for safety and efficiency will never change. The demand for transport will grow, however, in new forms and under different conditions. We will have to take our innovative powers and safety philosophy to new levels.”

Dinakar B, Senior Vice President – Sales, Marketing & Aftermarket, Volvo Trucks India, VE Commercial Vehicles Ltd said, “What is most striking is the flow of innovations and the constant urge to go further and deliver ‘customer success’, push limits and break new ground.”

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