Volvo CE moves into new headquarters

By Andy Brown05 September 2018

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Volvo CE said that the move will help with the sharing of resources

Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) has moved into new headquarters on the same site as other Volvo business areas at Campus Lundby in Gothenburg, Sweden.

To mark the move, an inauguration ceremony was held, which was attended by senior company leaders and around 500 employees.

The company is now sharing a building with Volvo Buses – which moved in on the same day – and Volvo Penta. The building is situated close to the Volvo Group headquarters and other Volvo business areas at Campus Lundby.

Volvo CE said that the move will help to facilitate the sharing of resources, best practice and competence, as well as creating more opportunities for collaboration.

“At Volvo CE we have always collaborated with other parts of the Volvo Group, but our new shared headquarters will facilitate closer collaboration and cooperation,” said Melker Jernberg, president of Volvo CE.

“Campus Lundby has brought us all together and it will help us build better, stronger working relationships that will benefit our customers.”

The inauguration ceremony took place at Campus Lundby and was attended by Melker Jernberg as well as Håkan Agnevall, president of Volvo Buses, and Björn Ingemanson, president of Volvo Penta. The three company presidents delivered speeches to an audience of Volvo employees.

Campus Lundby is a large site, covering an area of 375,000m2 – equivalent to 54 football pitches.

To read an exclusive interview with Melker Jernberg click here

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