Exhibiting at bauma 2016 in April, Volvo Penta will showcase its full range of Stage IV/Tier 4 Final engines, all focused on delivering improved fuel efficiency.
The world’s largest construction trade fair, bauma will feature more than 3,400 exhibitors across 575,000 sq. m of exhibition space and is expected to draw around 530,000 visitors.
Volvo Penta will take full advantage of the opportunity, displaying a broad range of products and services at stand C4.327.
Throughout bauma, Volvo Penta will prove why it is more than just an engine supplier, demonstrating the best ways to optimize machine performance, including maximizing engine fuel economy and lowering emissions in line with regulations.
The full range of Volvo Penta Stage IV/ Tier 4 Final engines will be on display at the show, which have been extremely well-received by OEMs for many factors, including reliability, robustness and the associated cost effective maintenance.
The engines are produced to the highest quality standards enabling them to be used in demanding on and off-road applications.
Volvo Penta has chosen an exhaust aftertreatment solution that requires only Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology, facilitating a simple and flexible installation for OEMs. As fewer components are used in the manufacturing process, there is less risk of malfunction, maximizing uptime and minimizing maintenance costs.
Further proof of the high quality of Volvo Penta’s engines is the extended oil change intervals, with changes needed only after as much as 1,000 hours of use.
The full range of engines are available to meet Stage II/Tier 2, Stage IIIA/Tier 3 equivalent and Stage IV/Tier 4 Final emissions standards — meaning that no matter where a manufacturer exports its products, Volvo Penta has an engine to match the market’s emission regulations.
This ingenuity has been a hit with OEMs, who have praised Volvo Penta for its ability to meet the requirements of differing regulatory standards.
Volvo Group strength
Volvo Penta is joined by sister companies Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) and Volvo Trucks, on a joint stand at bauma 2016, with the strength of each brand contributing to the overall impact of the Volvo Group.
Volvo Penta enjoys significant advantages as part of the Volvo Group; not only benefiting from the group’s brand heritage and considerable R&D muscle, but also, capitalizing on Volvo CE’s knowledge and expertise in the construction market.
Volvo Penta also offers a broad dealer network and access to a dedicated team of technical specialists to its customers, with 3,500 service points globally and 24/7 support in 18 different languages. This global service network helps the company to develop and maintain strong, valued and long-term relationships. Volvo Penta is working to expand its service network by partnering with Volvo CE dealers around the world.
Volvo Penta’s President Björn Ingemanson, will participate in an international press conference during the show, alongside sister company Volvo Construction Equipment, in which he will highlight trading conditions and outline the company’s future plans.