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Business, Technology, Equipment

Volvo: ‘Not Clear’ How Many North American Vehicles Are Affected by Component Issue

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Volvo Group said it could not yet determine the impact of a faulty component on its North American trucks as it was still evaluating the scope of the problem.

Joe Antoshak | Staff Writer
October 17, 2018
Business, Technology, Equipment

Volvo Group Uncovers Faulty Component in Emissions Setup

Volvo logo on a truck grille Volvo logo on a truck grille (Justin Ide/Bloomberg News)

Volvo, the world’s second-largest truckmaker, has uncovered a faulty component in the emissions-control setup of vehicles widely sold in Europe and the U.S., the manufacturer’s biggest markets.

Niclas Rolander | Bloomberg News
October 16, 2018
Business, Equipment, Logistics

Volvo May Be About to Surprise Its Investors, but in a Good Way

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Volvo AB, the world’s second-biggest maker of trucks, is about to increase its market value by about a fifth, if analyst estimates are to be believed.

Niclas Rolander and Niklas Magnusson | Bloomberg News
August 17, 2018
Business, Equipment

Volvo Reports Higher Quarterly Net Income, Revenue as North American Orders Soar

Volvo trucks at a customer service center Volvo trucks at a Virginia customer service center. (Joe Howard/Transport Topics)

AB Volvo reported first-quarter net income and revenue increased despite supply chain constraints in North America’s surging truck market.

Roger Gilroy | Staff Reporter
April 24, 2018
Business, Equipment

China’s Geely Buying Stake in Swedish Truck Maker Volvo

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BEIJING — The Chinese owner of Sweden’s Volvo Cars is buying a stake in truck manufacturer AB Volvo, expanding a portfolio of vehicle brands that includes shares in Malaysia’s Proton and Britain’s Lotus.

The Associated Press
December 27, 2017
Business

Volvo's First Quarter Sales Increase, But Foreign Exchange Creates a Drag

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Sweden-based manufacturer Volvo AB reported first-quarter increases in sales and net income, including at its truck-making operations — the second-largest in the world.

Jonathan S. Reiskin | Associate News Editor
April 23, 2015