Farm tractors – Volvo

In the beginning of the 1940's the Volvo product range had extended to include a small agricultural tractor, which was destined to bring Volvo tremendous success in this area. The production of tractors, which took place alongside the car production in Göteborg, went on to expand at such a rate that it completely overshadowed the car sector during 1946.
Volvo and Bolinder-Munktell began to collaborate and, eventually, Bolinder-Munktell was acquired by Volvo in 1950 and all production of tractors was transferred to Eskilstuna.