Volvo Group North America

North America is a major market for the Volvo Group, representing about 30% of our total 2019 sales. The Volvo Group employs more than 17,000 people in North America, and operates 10 manufacturing and remanufacturing facilities in seven U.S. states, as well as three plants in Canada and one in Mexico.

The Volvo Group maintains offices at 7900 National Service Road, Greensboro, NC 27409 and at the House of Sweden, 2900 K Street NW, Washington, DC 20007.

The North American contact for Volvo Group Corporate Communications is listed here. Corporate Communications handles public and media relations.

Volvo Group North America Press releases

Volvo Trucks’ Customer Dependable Highway Express Reduces Carbon Footprint by Electrifying Southern California Distribution Facility

Leading freight operator, Dependable Highway Express (DHE), recently completed several major electrification initiatives to further reduce the climate and air quality impacts of its Southern California freight operations. Through the Volvo LIGHTS ...

Mack® Over the Air (OTA) Updates Now Standard with Driver Download Activation Feature

Mack Trucks announced today that its driver-activated Mack® Over The Air (OTA) updates feature is now standard on the Mack Anthem®, Pinnacle™ and Granite® models, enabling customers to implement software ...

Longtime Mack Dealer Kriete Truck Centers Acquires Two New Dealership Locations, Expands Footprint

Mack Trucks dealer Kriete Truck Centers recently announced its acquisition of Scaffidi Truck Centers, adding two locations to Kriete’s footprint. The two dealerships acquired by Kriete are located in Stevens Point and Tomahawk, Wisconsin.

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Without the type of products and services the Volvo Group provides, the societies in which many of us live would not function. Like a circulatory system, our trucks, buses, engines, construction equipment and financial services are involved in many of the functions that most of us rely on every day.

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