Volvo industrial and construction equipment


Volvo entered the tractor market by teaming up with Swedish tractor manufacturer Bolinder-Munktell in 1943. The tractors from both firms were similar, and Volvo acquired Bolinder-Munktell in 1950. The separate brands were kept until 1957, when all tractors were produced under a joint Bolinder-Munktell-Volvo brand. The brand was changed, again, in 1973 to Volvo BM because of the greater recognition of the Volvo name. The company entered into a joint venture with Valmet in 1978, and sold all farm tractor interests to Valmet (now Valtra) in 1985. In 2001, Volvo purchased Skat Track to create Volvo's skid steer line.

Skid steer loader

MC60 MC60B MC70 MC70B MC80 MC80B
MC90 MC90B MC110 MC110B