Volvo Construction Equipment is enabling faster, smoother, and better road construction with its new range of Pavers, Compactors, and Pneumatic Rollers, while its new, next-gen Wheel Loaders are undertaking material handling jobs in all kinds of terrains.

For over 75 years, Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) has been the first choice of contractors worldwide for their road projects. Decades of engineering excellence has led to a complete range of road building machines which have been setting benchmarks in productivity, reliability and efficiency.

Volvo CE has now launched a new series of pavers, compactors, and pneumatic rollers specially designed and developed for the Indian market. “We want to be a dependable partner for Indian contractors,” says Dimitrov Krishnan, Head of Volvo CE India, “We are delighted to present these brand-new machines that offer tremendous scope in terms of overall performance, versatility and reliability.”

Volvo CE’s New Production Powerhouses for Users in India

Think roads, think Volvo
The new series of Volvo CE Paver launches include P4370D ABG Wheeled paver, P5320D ABG, P7920D ABG and P8820D ABG Tracked paver. All the machines are CEV Stage IV compliant and designed to provide power and efficiency to help customers achieve the ultimate in paving quality across an entire range of road projects. Volvo CE Pavers are well-known for providing the highest level of operator comfort through intuitive controls, high visibility, intelligent functions, and a spacious platform.

The newly launched single drum SD110C Compactor and double drum DD90C and DD100C Compactors are purpose-built for the Indian market and feature VECV engines conforming to the latest emission standards. The new generation machines promise to deliver outstanding performance and finish across a variety of projects, with best-in-class fuel consumption and reliability.

Volvo CE’s new PT220C Pneumatic Roller powered by the VECV engine, promises exceptional levels of performance, versatility, operator comfort and uptime. Fuel efficiency and reliability ensure that customers get high productivity along with the best MAT finish.

Volvo CE’s new road building machines are backed by an aftermarket portfolio of Volvo dealers across the country, who serve customers 24x7. Uptime is kept to a maximum with easy servicing and maintenance access. On offer is a range of services designed to maximize customers’ RoI. Avers Dimitrov Krishnan, “For any and every road building project, Volvo CE has the right equipment and support; in fact, we offer a one-stop solution, which is complete in every respect.”

Volvo CE’s next-gen H-Series Wheel Loaders
Volvo CE has leveraged its engineering expertise to make some of the most popular wheel loaders for markets worldwide. It now brings models L90H and L120H - two all-new powerhouses that promise exceptional performance and value. “Purpose-built for the Indian market, the wheel loaders promise fuel efficiency, productivity, reliability and uptime,” says Dimitrov Krishnan.

Based on the proven F Series wheel loaders, the new upgraded H-Series are up to 10% more productive and 20% more fuel efficient. They feature standalone technologies and improvements, tailored to Indian conditions, making them very versatile and reliable over the long haul.

Incorporating the latest Volvo technology, they combine a powerful engine and new transmission systems with smart electronics and hydraulics, giving faster acceleration, smoother control over operations, and lower lifetime operating costs. Built with a strong frame and central hinge, and powered by a genuine Volvo drivetrain, the Wheel Loaders demonstrate remarkable stability on any type of terrain.

Volvo CE’s New Production Powerhouses for Users in India

Features are designed to strengthen operator performance while enhancing ease of operation, the H-series Wheel Loaders are highly versatile and compatible with a wide range of custom-built attachments to take on any material handling job. “They are production powerhouses, designed to achieve the lowest cost per ton. Whatever the material handling assignment, these machines will get it done easily and efficiently,” says Dimitrov Krishnan.

The L90H and L120H Wheel Loaders come with heavy-duty, highly efficient Stage V engines and fulfill local CEV IV emission norms underlining Volvo’s abiding commitment to environment and sustainability. The machines are backed by a full aftermarket portfolio from Volvo CE, that combines local knowledge with global experience. From genuine Volvo Parts, custom-built attachments and efficiency reports to proactive machine monitoring and maintenance support, customers can choose from various Volvo services and package them into a Volvo Services Agreement.

With the launch of H-series Wheel Loaders in the Indian market, Volvo CE has ushered in a next generation of material handling and loading equipment. The new machines promise superior performance and longer life alongside lower overall operating and maintenance costs. “It’s a clear win-win for Indian customers,” says Dimitrov Krishnan, “The new wheel loaders assures sustained productivity and profitability over years. It doesn’t get better than this.”
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