Pat Olney to leave Volvo CE

By Chris Sleight21 October 2013

Volvo Construction Equipment CEO Pat Olney

Volvo Construction Equipment CEO Pat Olney

Pat Olney, president of Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE), is to leave the company to take up a post with an unnamed but non-competing engineering company in the US. He will remain with Volvo until the end of this year.

Mr Olney joined Volvo CE in 1996 and has held a number of top management positions before becoming president of Volvo CE in May, 2011.

“I have had a long and rewarding career with Volvo, and for that I will always be grateful. As such, this was not an easy decision. I have had the ambition to relocate at some point to North America and this opportunity was simply too good to pass up” said Mr Olney.

Volvo Group president & CEO Olof Persson said, “Pat has done an excellent job during his career with Volvo I regret that he has decided to leave Volvo. At the same time I fully understand and respect his desire to move to North America for professional and personal reasons.”

A statement from Volvo added that it had begun the search for a replacement for Mr Olney.

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