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Volvo Connect News
Volvo Buses signs Letter of Intent with MCV for production of electric buses for the European market
Volvo Buses has signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) with the bodybuilder MCV (Manufacturing Commercial Vehicles) with the intention to produce bodies for its electric buses for the city- and intercity segments in European markets. Serial production is planned to start in the summer of 2024 and the first electric buses are expected to be delivered to customers in Europe in the beginning of 2025.
OTW-TEC orders 97 additional S-Charge buses for operation in Belgium
Belgian public transport operator Opérateur de Transport de Wallonie (OTW), operating under the commercial name TEC, has ordered 97 Volvo 7900 S-Charge buses. The large order follows previous recent deliveries of Volvo Buses hybrid vehicles which have shown exceptional reliability.
Latrobe Valley Bus Lines was one of the first operators in Australia to implement Volvo’s hybrid product – which has seen excellent outcomes for the environment, passengers and drivers. Now the company is taking the next step on its ambitious electromobility journey with its participation in the Victorian Zero Emissions Bus trial (ZEB) later this year.
For Volvo Buses, safety is so much more than developing innovative solutions and protecting drivers and passengers. It also encompasses other road users. Tomas Forsberg, new Safety Manager, talks about Volvo Buses’ holistic approach to traffic safety.
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