Our founding home in Eskilstuna was established in 1832 by Theofron Munktell. First a mechanical workshop, the site was later converted into a tractor factory before finally becoming one of the largest machine processing plants in Europe. Since then, we have added a state-of-the-art Technical Center, a Customer Center where we welcome guests from around the world and the famous heritage Munktell Museum.
Our latest addition to our technical facilities is an arena for electric and autonomous machine demonstrations for customers, a new 66,000 m2 R&D test track and an energy recovery system for our components factory.
The factory here is specialized in the production of components with transmissions and axels for wheel loaders and articulated haulers. Volvo CE Eskilstuna is also home to our teams who work across functions including Technology, Sales & Marketing, IT and Purchasing, employing over 2,100 people.
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In this beautiful old brick building you can marvel at two centuries of Swedish industrial history and take a peak into our technological future. Among the rarities on display are the first Swedish tractor from 1913 and our renowned “Gravel Charlie”, the world’s first mass-produced articualted hauler. You cannot afford to miss this unique cultural experience.Munktell Museum website