Volvo Trucks opens new service facility in Serbia

In response to growing transport needs Volvo Trucks opened a large service facility in Belgrade, Serbia, last month. 2007 was a record year for Volvo Trucks in the Serbian market. The truck deliveries more than doubled compared to the previous year.
Volvo Trucks opens new service facility in Serbia
The 3,000-sqm large facility will be a multifunction service station and offer workshop services, sales of trucks and spare parts as well as financial services, everything under one roof.

“Serbia is an important business region due to the strong economic growth, and we plan to further develop our presence in the country,” says Roger Alm, Director Region East at Volvo Trucks.

In 2007 Volvo Trucks delivered 560 trucks in the Serbian market.  Volvo Trucks has operated in Serbia since 1998 and has now three wholly-owned Volvo Truck Centers; in Novi Sad, in Cacak and in Novi Banovci, situated 20 km from Belgrade.

 “Broadening our range of services and getting closer to the customer is a cornerstone in our strategy. We are constantly developing our sales and service network and the opening in Serbia is in line with these ambitions”, concludes Volvo Trucks’ President and CEO Staffan Jufors.

July 1, 2008

For further information, please contact:
Marie Vassiliadis, phone +46 31 322 41 27, e-mail


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