Volvo Trucks

A 2013 model Volvo FH16. The Volvo FH series was introduced in 1993 and is Volvo Trucks' most commercially successful truck.
Volvo FM500 in Taiwan
Volvo LV63 Truck 1929
Volvo L495 Titan Truck 1965
Volvo F88-49T Truck 1970
1995 Volvo WG, the first year that this old White GMC truck was marketed as a Volvo
2016 Volvo VNL 670
Volvo VHD dump truck (US)
Volvo NL12 tractor truck in Porto Alegre, Brazil.
Volvo FL 6 from the mid-1990s
Volvo FH16 700

Truck manufacturing division of Volvo based in Gothenburg, Sweden.

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Renault Trucks

French commercial truck manufacturer with corporate headquarters at Saint-Priest near Lyon.

Renault Midliner with Club of Four cab, late 1990s model
Renault Trucks T
Renault Trucks D
Renault Kerax as service vehicle at 2004 Dakar Rally
Renault Tracer bus
Renault FR1 bus

In 1971, Saviem became a member of the Euro Truck Development Group or Club of Four, a cooperation between four European truck producers (Saviem, Volvo, DAF and Magirus-Deutz, which soon after became a part of Iveco) for the production of medium-sized trucks.

Mack Trucks

American truck manufacturing company and a former manufacturer of buses and trolley buses.

Early bus
Mack truck used to carry ore at the Acosta Mine Museum in Real del Monte, Hidalgo State, Mexico.
Mack AC-model flatbed delivery truck at the Petersen Automotive Museum
The Hale 100-inch mirror for Mount Wilson Observatory on its way up the Mount Wilson Toll Road on a Mack truck in 1917.
Mack 6x4 N-model 4-to-6 ton wrecker; (photo dated 15 May 1941: National Archives c/o
Mack NO-6 artillery tractor
B Model (1953–1966)
A Mack C-49-DT bus built in 1956.
R Series (1965–2005)
Granite Dump truck
Pinnacle Semi tractor
TerraPro LE Refuse truck
Mack Granite in Australia
1961 B95
Long Beach Fire Department antique truck
1982 CF685

Relocation of Mack's head office, product development, most support functions, and purchasing functions to Greensboro, North Carolina, in 2009. Mack's parent, Volvo Trucks, already has its North American base in Greensboro.


Swedish multinational manufacturing corporation headquartered in Gothenburg.

The first Volvo car, a Volvo ÖV 4, left the assembly line on 14 April 1927
Volvo excavator on construction site in Tomaszów Mazowiecki, Poland

Volvo Trucks (midsize-duty trucks for regional transportation and heavy-duty trucks for long-distance transportation, as well as heavy-duty trucks for the construction work segment)

Semi-trailer truck

Combination of a tractor unit and one or more semi-trailers to carry freight.

Conventional style cab tractor
A cab over semi-trailer
Tractor with an end-dump trailer
An FAW semi-trailer truck in China
A semi-trailer truck (Renault Magnum) of Ninatrans in London, England
All EuroCombi variants being considered for Europe-wide adoption
A truck with a swap body pulling a trailer using a dolly; the overall length is 25.25 m
Semi-trailer trucks with extended tents, representing Renault at Silverstone
Tractor unit hauling tractor units in Idaho
Rocky Mountain Double
STAA double pup 28.5-foot trailers
A pair of semi-trailer "Suzies" at the back of an Australian prime mover, red line for emergency/supply and blue for control
Traditional manual transmissions have 4-5 ratios on main shift and 3–4 on the auxiliary: pictured is a 5×3 with five main ratios and three auxiliaries
Crash test of an underride guard at 30 - 40 kph; the truck platform at head height has been prevented from slicing through the windshield
View of a truck's interior dashboard
Taiwanese sign prohibiting heavy trailers
An Australian prime mover Kenworth and B double trailer combination
A road train in Australia
B-double truck on the Sturt Highway
Conventional style cab tractor

Volvo has a special permit for a 32 m, steering B-trailer-trailer combination carrying two 40 ft containers to and from Gothenburg harbour and the Volvo Trucks factory, all on the island of Hisingen.


City in northeast Sweden.

View of the Ume River by its estuary Umeå
The central bus stop Vasaplan in Umeå.
Umeå Energi Arena

Volvo Trucks.

Dump truck

Used for transporting materials for construction as well as coal.

Mercedes-Benz Arocs dump truck with eight-wheel drive
The Graff & Hipple Wagon Dumper, ca. 1884, showing an early lever-based dumping mechanism
6×4 semi-tractor with two-axle trailer
Example of a transfer truck and trailer
Truck and pup dump truck
A model of a truck and pup dump truck
Fruehauf super dump with GMC tractor
Bottom dump trailer.
Side Dump Industries Train Set.
Dump truck with snowplow
Small 200 Ton Caterpillar Haul truck.
Articulated dump truck or dumper
An Ashok Leyland Comet dump truck, an example of a very basic 4×2 dump truck used for payloads of {{convert|10|t|ST LT|1|sp=us|lk=on|abbr=off}} or less
US 4-axle with lift axle
EU four-axle with two steering axles
Roll-off with box container
Roller container

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Autocar Company

American specialist manufacturer of severe-duty, Class 7 and Class 8 vocational trucks, with its headquarters in Birmingham, Alabama.

Autocar logo 1912
Autocar 12HP Tourer 1903
Autocar 12HP Tonneau 1904
1908 Autocar XV
Autocar built a wide variety of transportation and combat vehicles during World War II, including the M2 half-track, M3 half-track (pictured), and M5 half-track
1987 Autocar DK-64 wrecker with 60 ton lift
1987 Autocar garbage truck
2017 Autocar Xpeditor (ACX) refuse truck
Autocar Xpert (ACMD)
1920s era Under-Seat engined Autocar Delivery truck
c. 1930 Autocar Model DA logging truck
Autocar dump hoists
Early Autocar delivery truck
World War II Autocar tractor
1950 and 1971 Autocar tractors
1971 Autocar tractor
1971 Autocar flatbed
1987 Autocar tractor
Autocar ACL flatbed

White was taken over in turn by Volvo Trucks in 1981 with Autocar continuing as a division.

Dublin, Virginia

Town in Pulaski County, Virginia, United States.

The Volvo Trucks North America plant in Dublin is the largest Volvo truck plant in the world, currently employing close to 3,000 people building multiple models of heavy-duty trucks.


City and a municipality in the Flemish Region of Belgium.

Ghent in 1775
De Kouter in Ghent in 1763 by Engelbert van Siclers
Buildings along the Leie river in the city of Ghent
The Palace of Justice in Ghent, c. 1895
The Belfry of Ghent. Excerpt from the manuscript "Gand et Flandre" with chronicles, maps, miniatures and monuments. Written by Bruno Christiaenssens, 1844.
The Graslei is one of the most scenic places in Ghent's old city centre
The Gravensteen
Historical centre of Ghent – from left to right: Old post office, Saint-Nicholas Church, Belfry, and Saint Bavo Cathedral.
Ghent at night
Riverside in Ghent
Sunset over the river Leie in Ghent
The well-known Ghent Altarpiece, a 15th-century painting by Hubert and Jan Van Eyck in Saint Bavo Cathedral.
The R4 ringroad
Gent-Sint-Pieters railway station, Ghent
A HermeLijn low-floor tram in Ghent
A Van Hool articulated bus in Ghent
Ghelamco Arena
Saint Bavo
Emperor Charles V was born in Ghent in 1500
John of Gaunt
Statue of Jacob van Artevelde on the Vrijdagmarkt in Ghent
Jacques Rogge, 2014
St Bavo's Cathedral
The Sint-Niklaaskerk
Old Post Office on Korenmarkt Square
Gravensteen Castle
Graslei Quay
De Lingtworm en Krocht
Entrance gate of Oude Vismijn ("Old Fish Market")
The Rabot Gate
Volkshuis Ons Huis at the Vrijdagmarkt
Vrijdagmarkt Square with statue of Jacob van Artevelde
Statue Lieven Bauwens
Monumentaal house: Geeraard de Duivelsteen
Vooruit Arts Center
City palace Hotel d'Hane-Steenhuyse
Ruins of Saint Bavo's Abbey
Corner house Hippoliet Lippensplein 25
Monument: Groot Kanon
Street view: the Augustijnenkaai
Cuberdon: A popular local delicacy

The port houses, among others, large companies like ArcelorMittal, Volvo Cars, Volvo Trucks, Volvo Parts, Honda, and Stora Enso.

Greensboro, North Carolina

City in and the county seat of Guilford County, North Carolina, United States.

Battle of Guilford Courthouse
Blandwood Mansion, by Alexander Jackson Davis
White Oak Mill in 1909
Former Woolworth's store, now the International Civil Rights Center and Museum
Greensboro skyline
Sheraton Four Seasons – Joseph S. Koury Convention Center
Map of racial distribution in Greensboro, 2010 U.S. census. Each dot is 25 people:
Downtown Greensboro
Dixie Building
The Shops at Friendly Center
First National Bank Field, home of the Greensboro Grasshoppers, the High-A affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates
Deese Clock Tower at North Carolina A&T State University
Duke Memorial Hall at Guilford College
Odell Memorial Hall at Greensboro College
WFMY-TV is Greensboro's CBS affiliate.
Greensboro's Amtrak Station & Rail Depot

Notable companies headquartered in Greensboro include the Honda Aircraft Company, HAECO Americas, ITG Brands, Kayser-Roth, VF, Mack Trucks, Volvo Trucks of North America, Qorvo, the International Textile Group, NewBridge Bank, The Fresh Market, Atlantic Coast Conference, Cook Out, Ham's, Biscuitville, Fusion3 3D Printers, Tripps, Wrangler, Kontoor Brands and Columbia Forest Products.