Volvo Improves Product Quality with a $69 Million Investment

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Volvo Trucks North America strives to improve product quality and employees working environment with a $69 million investment at the New River Valley plant in Dublin, VA.

The money will go for buying better equipment, process and plant redesign. The main purpose behind this is to improve vehicle quality and manufacturing efficiency. Material delivery, on the other hand, is planned to be improved by purchasing new racking and storage systems, lifting devices and docks.

Volvo also plans on investing in energy-efficient upgrades to the paint facility, which is expected to boost North American paint capacity.

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