Trucks built each year
Customisation for both brands
Different truck models produced
Average service tenure
1972 Volvo Trucks first established a production facility in 1972, building heavy duty trucks in Wacol, Brisbane, Queensland.
2002 Mack is integrated into the factory. Australia becomes one of the only factories producing both Mack and Volvo under the same roof.
2014 Axle assembly is insourced to ensure quality and delivery.
2017 The factory receives Australia Made certification due to the high level of locally made components.
We embrace a culture of career development, skill development opportunities, and internal staff progression to create the managers of tomorrow.
Our team is diverse - we have over 40 different nationalities and a range of different roles and skills required.
We are one Volvo team.
Contact Libby Penny, Employee Communications Manager, Wacol Plant at firstname.lastname@example.org