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Volvo Group hits one-millionth connected customer asset

The Volvo Group announced that it has delivered more than one million connected customer assets, in terms of delivered trucks, buses and construction equipment.

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David Sickels is the Associate Editor of Tire Review and Fleet Equipment magazines. He has a history of working in the media, marketing and automotive industries in both print and online.

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The Volvo Group announced that it has delivered more than one million connected customer assets, in terms of delivered trucks, buses and construction equipment.

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“The connected solutions bring increased vehicle and construction equipment uptime for our customers, better safety for drivers, operators and other road users, and of course, less emissions of carbon dioxide. The first million connected assets is only the start, we are committed to remain a leader in this field,” says Martin Lundstedt, president and CEO of the Volvo Group.

During a handover ceremony of four electric excavators to the Danish customer GSV Materieludlejning, the number of one million connected customer assets was exceeded.

“Connectivity is transforming the transportation industry. Insights from gathered data can be turned into value for our customers and society as a whole and make transportation more productive, more sustainable and safer,” says Anna Westerberg, senior vice president at Volvo Group Connected Solutions.

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