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A slowly recovering global market helped Volvo Construction Equipment round off 2013 with sales up 3% in the fourth quarter, deliveries up 9% and improved market share, especially in compact equipment, while demand in the mining segment remains soft.
Volvo Construction Equipment’s site in Braås, Sweden becomes the company’s first carbon neutral premises – as well as the first construction equipment production facility in the world to be powered entirely by renewable energy.
As part of efforts to focus on its core business, the Volvo Group has agreed to sell Volvo Rents to the US private equity firm Platinum Equity for $1.1 billion. Volvo Construction Equipment will continue to sell products to Volvo Rents under the new ownership.
In a move that will improve the company’s penetration in the core earthmoving segment and extend its presence in light mining, Volvo Construction Equipment has agreed to acquire the off-highway hauler business of the Terex Corporation for a purchase consideration of approx. USD 160 M (approx. SEK 1 billion) on a cash and debt free basis.
The PL3005D from Volvo Construction Equipment is one of the industry’s safest and most productive pipelayers, thanks to its world-class load management system, 360° reach and excavator-conversion capability.
Martin Weissburg, 51, has been appointed new President of Volvo Construction Equipment, Volvo CE. Weissburg is currently President of the Volvo Group’s customer finance company, Volvo Financial Services, VFS, and a member of the Group Executive Team. He will assume his new position on January 1, 2014, and replaces Pat Olney.
Mr. Pat Olney, currently President of Volvo Construction Equipment, has decided to leave his position to take up a new challenge in a non-competing, large engineering company based in the U.S.A. Pat Olney will remain in his present position until year end.
Volvo Construction Equipment brought together dozens of members of the international press to attend its first ever Innovation Forum, an event designed to underscore Volvo’s inherent culture of creativity, invention and advancement.