The booth is anchored by show-stoppers from both the largest and smallest Volvo models. Visitors can have hands-on experience operating Volvo CE’s electric compact machines, the L25H loader and ECR25 excavator, at the compact end of the spectrum. The heavy-duty EC950F crawler excavator, Volvo CE’s largest excavator that is now available globally, and the powerful R100E rigid hauler, both offering strength and stability for quarrying, mining, and mass excavation, will be on display in the booth.
Volvo’s whole excavator lineup will be on display in the booth, including the new EC300E hybrid excavator, which is now available in North America and features industry-first hydraulic hybrid Volvo technology. Volvo will debut the P5110B tracked and P5170B wheeled pavers in the 8-foot class, which have simple controls and proven technology.
Volvo will also unveil two new concept models at ConExpo 2020, indicating where the company is going with connected, electric, and autonomous machines. Volvo service offerings can be found throughout the booth, each one tailored to increase customer profitability, ensure uptime, and deliver on lifecycle value.
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Attendees can learn about Volvo Assist technologies, which are now standard on many products, through hands-on demonstrations that show how the machine control software improves accuracy and saves time for operators. Over 30 attachments, ranging from buckets to couplers to forks and breakers, will be displayed on equipment throughout the Volvo booth, demonstrating versatility and performance.
Visitors can expect an inspiring project launch that demonstrates how Volvo CE turns words into actions, in keeping with the company’s theme of Building Tomorrow. The project is dedicated to combining the power of Volvo people, products, and partners to help address global challenges and create a brighter future for people all around the world.
Construction fans may also give back ahead of time by assisting Volvo CE in selecting a worthy cause to benefit from the auction of the limited edition EC200E Volvo excavator. Participants can choose which non-profit will get proceeds from the machine’s sale at the Ritchie Bros. auction in Orlando, Florida, in February by participating in an online poll. The excavator, which will make its final public appearance at the Volvo CE ConExpo stand, has been touring North America for the past six months to commemorate the tenth season of Gold Rush, a television series about the challenges faced by teams of miners digging for gold in the United States and Cᴀɴᴀᴅᴀ.