Thursday, June 4, 2009


The after-effects of the strike still hamper Volvo’s efforts to get full output under way. The company pulls out all the stops to get PV444 production moving. Steel shortages are a major problem, so the company turns its attention to US sources. The initial response is slow, however, until head of engineering Karl Lindblom ships the first PV444 prototype across to the States to secure supplies of sheet steel for Volvo.

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