Farm tractors – Bolinder-Munktell

After World War II, the demand for tractors in farming, in forrestry as well as in other applications grew.
With the development of diesel engines, however, the crude-oil engine became out of date. AB Bolinder-Munktell concentrated on a diesel engine series of their own for their top-of-the-line tractors.

 In 1952, a newly-developed line of diesel engines was presented consisting of one, two, three and four-cylinder direct-injection units. Now with a rapidly growing Volvo as owner, BM took major steps towards becoming a highly industrialized, efficient producer of agriculture-, forestry- and construction equipment.