Volvo recalls workers to meet EPA 2010 demand

Christopher Goodfellow - 26 August 2010

Volvo Trucks North America is recalling 270 former employees to its plant in Dublin, VA, after receiving a boost in orders for its 2010 model trucks, according to a company spokesperson.

Volvo announced earlier in the month that it had delivered more than 3,500 Volvo and Mack trucks equipped with Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) in North America and has received orders for more than 10,000.

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