Volvo CE appoints Hawaiian truck dealer

By |  March 22, 2018

Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) added Hawaii Truck Parts, Sales and Services to its dealer network. Hawaii Truck, which sells Volvo Trucks and Mack Trucks, will now offer a full range of Volvo CE parts and services to customers in Hawaii.

According to Volvo CE, for the last three years, Hawaii Truck has been selling Volvo CE spare parts and services. This partnership also aligns with Volvo CE’s goal of providing construction equipment owners the highest machine uptime in the industry, offering unique solutions to customer business challenges and raising equipment lifecycle values for equipment owners, the company says.

“The Volvo Group and Hawaii Truck have enjoyed a long and successful relationship together, so we’re very excited to appoint them as our new Volvo CE dealership in Hawaii,” says Stephen Roy, president of Volvo CE. “Together we have very clear goals. We are committed to providing customers with the highest machine uptimes and lifecycle values in the industry, and we will reach this goal with our premium products, superior service and leading-edge technologies.”

Hawaii Truck, a Kapolei, Hawaii-based company, has been a dealer of Volvo Trucks since 2010. The company offers leasing, sales, parts and repairs.

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