Since this article was published, Volvo has announced that it will no longer be exhibiting at Conexpo due to the Coronavirus Covid-19.
Volvo CE will present its range of products and services at Conexpo in Las Vegas.
More than 30 machines and related uptime and productivity services will be featured, including a number of global and regional launches, at a new location in the outdoor Festival Grounds, booth F3432.
The scope of the Volvo Group represented in the Conexpo booth shows comprehensive solutions for the construction industry. Volvo CE will be joined by sister companies Volvo Penta and Volvo Trucks as well as the company’s other equipment brands, Terex Trucks and SDLG.
Melker Jernberg, President of Volvo CE, said, “Our presence at ConExpo is set to be our best yet – with a fully immersive technology experience to highlight the changing face of construction.
”Innovation has long been a part of our DNA, and we are especially proud to be bringing it to the mainstream with the unveiling some game-changing launches at this year’s show. We look forward to seeing you there.”
Anchoring the booth are show-stoppers from both the largest and smallest models in the Volvo range. At the compact end of the spectrum, visitors can get hands on experience operating Volvo CE’s electric compact machines, the L25H loader and ECR25 excavator. The biggest iron in the booth will be on prominent display with the heavy-duty EC950F crawler excavator, Volvo CE’s largest excavator which is now available globally, and the R100E rigid hauler – both offering strength and stability for quarrying, mining and mass excavation.
Volvo’s full force of excavators will be front center in the booth, including the new EC300E hybrid excavator, now available in North America, featuring straightforward and industry-first hydraulic hybrid Volvo technology.
In road machinery, Volvo will debut the eight foot (2.4m) class P5110B tracked and P5170B wheeled pavers, which are said to benefit from simple controls and proven technology.
ConExpo 2020 is also where Volvo will reveal two new concept models that herald where the company is taking connected, electric, and autonomous machines.