Volvo Buses India Pvt Ltd

Company limited by Shares (1)

Volvo Buses India Pvt Ltd Description

Volvo Buses India Pvt Ltd is a private established in the year 2006 on 28 of November in Bangalore. The company is a manufacturer of bodies (coach work) for motor vehicle that comprises of 10 models and variants. Volvo buses India exports their products to various countries like: South Africa, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Volvo buses is a subsidiary of Volvo which became an independent division in the year 1968 based in Gothenburg. The company is one of the leading manufacturers of heavy commercial vehicle and diesel engines in more than 190 markets and 140 countries. The company has achieved a milestone of making the first bus on truck chassis in the year 1928. Volvo Company is annually delivers more than 10,000 vehicles with mastering electro mobility solutions. The company has more than 7000 dedicated employees working under them. Volvo’s production is in Europe, North & South America, Asia and Australia. The bus makers that are acquired by Volvo includes: Saffle Karosseri AB, Saffle, Sweden; Leyland Bus, United Kingdom; Steyr Bus GmbH, Steyr, Austria; Aabenraa Karrosseri A/S, Aabenraa, Denmark; Prevost Coaches, Quebec, Canada; Carrus Oy, Finland and Nova Bus, St-Eustache, Quebec, Canada. The company commits to quality means and better services that a customer can always rely on. The company has more than eighty years of safety innovation. They are working towards a more sustainable transportation industry. Be it a tough off-road application like mining and constructions or heavy haulage application like project cargo movements or any special applications that demands premium quality and high performance, the company has a truck specially designed for every purpose.

Volvo Buses India Pvt Ltd Overview

CIN
U34103DL1996PTC080856
TYPE
Private
CATEGORY
Company limited by Shares
SUB-CATEGORY
Non-govt company
WEBSITE
EMAIL
FOUNDED
02 Aug,1996
PAID-UP CAPITAL
20
AUTHORISED CAPITAL
500,000
7 Related Suppliers
N/A No. of plants

Volvo Buses India Pvt Ltd in News

24 Jul 2021

Priority is creating world-class facilities in B'luru: Yediyurappa

Yediyurappa, who went on a city round along with senior bureaucrats in a Volvo air-conditioned bus of the Bengaluru Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC), said that Bengaluru needs planned infrastructure, which is the need of the hour to attract more people to come here and invest.

23 Jul 2021

Eyeing IPO, Geely's Volvo Cars swings to profit in H1

The company, owned by China's Geely Holding, has been boosted by growing demand for electric cars, but several automakers have been forced to cut production lately due to global shortages of semiconductors.

21 Jul 2021

Hyderabad: Luxury car seized in smuggling racket

The Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (Mumbai wing) seized a Nissan Patrol SUV worth around Rs 1 crore from Malakpet in connection with a luxury car smuggling racket using diplomatic privileges to evade customs duty. The vehicle was registered in Manipur in the name of a realtor from Malakpet.

20 Jul 2021

Truckmaker Volvo profit just misses view as chip shortage weighs

Adjusted operating profit at the maker of trucks, construction equipment, buses and engines rose to 9.73 billion Swedish crowns ($1.12 billion) from 3.27 billion a year ago, undershooting the 9.84 billion seen by analysts according to Refinitiv data.

19 Jul 2021

Luminar buys one of its chip suppliers to bolster self-driving car sensor

Palo Alto, California-based Luminar said it has agreed to purchase Wilmington, Massachusetts-based OptoGration Inc, with the deal expected to close in the third quarter. Luminar did not disclose the terms of the deal but said it would not have material impact on Luminar's cash position or share count.

16 Jul 2021

Exports up 48.34% to $32.5 billion; trade deficit at $9.37 billion in June

Recording growth for the seventh month in a row, India's exports rose by 48.34 per cent to $32.5 billion in June on account of healthy growth in shipments of petroleum products, gems and jewellery, and chemicals, even as trade deficit stood at $9.37 billion, according to the official data.

11 Jul 2021

AAP claims panel has given clean chit to its DTC bus deal

The three-member panel that included transport commissioner and vigilance secretary of the Delhi government was formed by Lt Governor Anil Baijal last month. It submitted its report to Baijal on July 8, officials said.

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