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March 20, 2014
05:55 EDTVOLVYVolvo reports February truck deliveries up 28% to 15,689 vehicles
Deliveries from the Volvo Groupís truck operations in February amounted to 15,689 vehicles. This was an increase of 28% compared with the year-earlier month. In February 9,854 Volvo trucks were delivered, an increase of 45% compared with the same month last year. In Europe 3,558 vehicles were delivered during February, up by 38% compared with February 2013. February 2013 included several down-days in production resulting in fewer production days compared with 2014. February deliveries in North America increased 69% to 2,412 vehicles in comparison with the same period last year. The increase is partly due to several down-days in February 2013. February deliveries in South America increased 43% to 2,367 trucks compared with February 2013.
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February 5, 2016
05:23 EDTVOLVYVolvo cuts FY16 North American heavy-duty truck forecast to 260K vehicles
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05:19 EDTVOLVYVolvo reports Q4 revenue SEK 79.6B vs. SEK 77.5B last year
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January 27, 2016
05:36 EDTVOLVYVolvo to reorganize truck brands
Volvo is introducing a brand-based organization with clearer commercial accountability for the Group's various truck brands. Four separate units will be created: Volvo Trucks, UD Trucks, Renault Trucks and Mack Trucks, each with profit and loss responsibility for their respective business. Volvo's Group Executive Board will be changed to include representatives from some of the Group's business areas. After several years of growth through acquisitions, followed by major restructuring programs and cost savings, the Volvo Group is now gradually entering a new phase with more intense customer focus and focus on organic growth and improved profitability. The Group's technology and product development organization and production organization for trucks will remain responsible for common development and production. In addition specific resources will be allocated to each brand. At the same time, purchasing for the truck operation will form a separate unit and will join the Group Executive Board. These organizational changes will not have any planned effect on the number of employees in the Group. The new organization will come into effect on March 1, when the Volvo Group will comprise ten business areas: Volvo Trucks, UD Trucks, Mack Trucks, Renault Trucks, Value Truck & JV:s, Volvo Construction Equipment, Volvo Buses, Volvo Penta, Governmental Sales and Volvo Financial Services.

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