Volvo Buses is one of the world’s leading providers of sustainable people transport solutions. We offer premium city- and intercity buses, coaches, and bus chassis as well as a wide range of services for increased productivity, uptime and safety. Volvo Buses is present in 85 countries and has a global service network with more than 1,500 dealerships and workshops.
Care and respect for people and nature are fundamental for us. This explains why Volvo Buses has a strong reputation for social responsibility and ethical behaviour. We are passionate and human-centric, with a clear focus on a premium experience for our customers, partners, users and employees.
On the North American market, we also have the Prevost brand.
With more than 15,000 vehicles on North American roads, Prevost is a top North American manufacturer of premium-seated coaches and the world leader in conversion coaches for high-end motor homes. Prevost was founded in 1924 and has been renowned ever since for its unwavering commitment to quality, innovation and attention to detail.
Our Code of Conduct outlines the expectations for how we do business in the Volvo Group; ethically and in compliance with the law. All employees are encouraged to report any deflections from our Code of Conduct. Reports can be submitted to Volvo Group Whistle, which is a confidential channel, hosted by a third party.
Volvo Buses strives to drive quality of life through sustainable public transport solutions. Hence, respect for human rights is fundamental for us. This applies not only in relation to our own operations, but also in relation to our supply chain and to our business partners. Volvo Buses has, through Volvo Group, been a signatory of the UN Global Compact since 2001 and our Human Rights Board works actively with establishing policies and performing audits to ensure human rights are honored.