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Volvo Group Employee Portraits

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  • “Volvo Group acts as a beacon to its employees guiding them to build a better world for the future. I feel so proud to be a member of the company.”

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  • “The best thing about working at Volvo Group is the diversity, which I think is beneficial to our business and increases the commitment of employees. Here at Tuve, we have colleagues with different backgrounds and skills - you can be yourself and everyone is equally welcome.”

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  • “I started working at Volvo as an apprentice when I was 14. The work environment, the relationships we establish with people, the opportunities for development that I have are things that make me come to work and want to develop more every day” says Christian De Jesus Camilo, Factory Operator, Volvo Buses, Brazil

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    04/28/2021

    Richard Oncena

    Born and raised in Manila, Philippines, Richard Oncena moved to the USA in 2002. In 2014, having worked with Architecture and Engineering design firms specializing in high-tech laboratories for many years, he was the perfect candidate for the vacant position of Property Project Manager at Volvo Group in Hagerstown.

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  • Cecilia Elb is working with a project to develop and test a system-of-systems to reduce the number of goods transports to the inner-city area by 40 per cent.

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  • After applying for a position in 1995, Ronette Stoner’s long journey with Volvo Group has taken her from the US to China, Belgium and Sweden. Her career in finance has involved taking a wide range of roles and challenges. “I can do anything, go anywhere, just as long as I’m brave and willing to try,” she says.

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  • When Priya moved from India to Sweden, her aim was to work for the Volvo Group. She wanted to grow as a professional in a multicultural environment while working at the forefront of technology development. At Volvo Group Connected Solutions she found what she was looking for.

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  • Guillaume Perez works with Indirect Purchasing, which is the department handling all non-automotive products or services needed for all Volvo Group sites around the world. Since four years back, his role is within the Energy and Waste Management area. “The next ten years will be very exciting in my area of purchasing; it involves the Climate Change Paris agreement, the Volvo Group electromobility journey and all the new market trends on circular economy and eco design – and I’m in the middle of it! The future definitely looks more interesting than ever.”

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  • “I love the challenge of having to keep up when the world changes,” says Daniel Svanberg, IT architect at Volvo Group. Before he joined the company, he did not know what to expect. Today, he sees himself staying his entire working life.

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