At Volvo Construction Equipment we are driven by the idea that through imagination, hard work and technological innovation we will lead the way towards developing a world that is cleaner, smarter, and more connected.
We believe in a sustainable future. And with the global construction industry as our arena, we work together with our customers to turn this belief into reality for people everywhere.
That is our purpose, and we live and breathe it. Every day.
Explore some of the most spectacular construction projects around the globe, all with sustainability at the core. Together we’re building the world we want to live in.
Sustainability is a word that is closely linked to the famous ICEHOTEL in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden. With the help of fuel-efficient Volvo machines, the hotel has used and fine-tuned a natural process of building with snow and ice from the nearby river. Read more about their ambitious goal to become CO₂ negative.Read the full story
In Qatar, located on the Northeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula, a city of the future is taking form. With its rapidly increasing population, the State of Qatar is turning 38 km2 of desert landscape into a sustainable, green city built for work, play and recreation. Lusail City is designed to support 250,000 new residents and Volvo construction equipment is playing a big part in the project.Read the full story
By 2030 the renewable energy sector is targeted to provide 42% of South Africa's energy requirements. Kouga Wind Farm, located on the Eastern Cape, is one of the country's many wind farms. They work with sustainability on a wider scale. By contributing to education and healthcare, they are empowering the local community to start building a better tomorrow.Read the full story
To drive sustainability in the construction industry value chain, Volvo CE hosts the CCC which provides a space for dialogue between industry representatives, academics and politicians.Learn more
As the world’s first manufacturer in the transport sector to join Climate Savers, Volvo CE is committed to continuing the development of new prototypes with enhanced fuel performance.Learn more