With the COVID-19 situation Volvo Trucks UK & Ireland would like to keep you up-to-date with what is happening across our network.
Please find information below. We would like to thank our staff and customers at this difficult time and to stay safe.
Our passionate staff are dedicated to continue to support our customers and their businesses in the most appropriate manner throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Our dealer network is taking all precautions to remain open for business whilst ensuring the well-being and safety for all. If you require any servicing or sales queries, or you are in need of parts or accessories then please contact your local Volvo Trucks dealer as usual. Click here to contact your local Volvo Trucks dealer.
A team of technicians from Volvo Truck and Bus Centre East Anglia have gone the extra mile to keep a customer’s fleet on the road, after giving up their weekend to help Knowles Transport catch up on essential repair and maintenance.
Volvo Trucks Benelux donated 102 FL windscreen wiper motors to a group of engineers at the VUB university in Brussels who are racing to develop a low-cost ventilator using existing components ahead of Belgium’s expected infection peak in the second week of April. Such fantastic and resourceful support from our colleagues in the fight against Covid-19. You can read the full story on Commercial Motor.
We are all doing what we can to support the fight against the corona virus. Starting next week, Volvo Group employees in Sweden will produce protective face visors, on a voluntary basis, for the heroic health care workers whose work we are so thankful for.
Volvo Trucks is battling hard against spreading the Coronavirus with stringent measures across its dealers to help give customers confidence in its sites and services. “As soon as arrive you’ll see sanitiser, disinfectant and blue paper towel, explained David Sullivan, regional MD, Volvo Truck and Bus Centre East Anglia.
Employees of Volvo Group UK are contributing to the nationwide effort to make Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for front-line health workers, including those working in hospices and care homes, as part of the response to help stop the spread of COVID-19.