Volvo Group Australia resumes truck production at Wacol plant | TRANSPORT NEWS

After a four week shutdown as a result of supply chain disruption, work has recommenced at the Volvo Group Australia’s Queensland based, Wacol factory, effective May 11.

The four week temporary stand down of VGA’s Group Trucks Operations facility was implemented due to the spread of COVID-19 across the globe and the subsequent disruption to shipping and component manufacture”.

“Key suppliers, both locally and overseas have resumed the production and shipping of components over the last few weeks,” says Martin Merrick, President and CEO of Volvo Group Australia. “And I’m delighted to see work resume at our world class factory.”


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