‘Change starts here’ says Volvo CE

By Steve Ducker01 June 2022

Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) has said it will use the return of its Volvo Days event to highlight its message of “industry transformation”.

Volvo Days 2022 Volvo Days is an ideal opportunity to show the company’s sustainability ambitions. (Photo: Volvo CE)

Using the theme of its recently launched ‘Change Starts Here’ campaign, the event – held every three years but postponed in 2021 due to Covid-19 – showcases the company’s sustainability, electromobility and services solutions over a three-week period.

“As a world leading manufacturer of construction solutions we have the power to make a difference and it starts with us,” said MeIker Jernberg, head of Volvo CE.

“We want to drive change in our own industry towards net zero emissions but also support our customers to decarbonise their operations.

“Volvo Days is the perfect opportunity to show how we are achieving these ambitions with ready-today sustainable power solutions. It is a proud moment for me to meet our customers and partners, together with our passionate employees.

“Through close cooperation in the value chain, we can make this change happen.”

A series of product demonstrations and tours – both physical and virtual – includes the full line-up of Volvo’s electric compact machines and charging solutions as well as the company’s largest electric excavator, the EC230 Electric, which is currently being piloted in Norway.

Also on show are Volvo CE’s expanding range of productivity and uptime services. These include the recently launched CO2 Reduction Program, offering tailored plans to cut carbon emissions, the Efficient Load Out solution, designed to make every load count with a 95 to 99% fill rate, the EMMA electric charging application, Connected Map and other digital solutions set to come to the market.

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