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Volvo won the "enterprise partner of the year award" from Pennsylvania State University

Volvo won the "enterprise partner of the year award" from Pennsylvania State University

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recently, Pennsylvania State University awarded the "enterprise partner of the year award" to Volvo Group The award is a recognition of Volvo Group's generous sponsorship and support as always, as well as its impact on the whole school

from left to right, it is divided into: Karmen meaks (Volvo Group American University relationship manager), hope rush (Volvo Group American talent strategy director), Monica ringvik (Volvo Group Academic Partner Program Director), Barron (President and CEO of Pennsylvania State University), Sam McLaughlin (Volvo Group American external research manager) Skip yea although they have also developed various small panel control systems Kel (Volvo Group U.S. government and Industrial Relations Department), Niklas Gustafsson (Volvo Group Chief sustainable development officer)

Niklas Gustafsson, Volvo Group Chief sustainable development officer, believes that close cooperation between schools and enterprises is a win-win situation and a development trend

he said: "In the face of complex global changes, we need to work closely with academic institutions around the world. Academic Partner projects are very important to Volvo Group. Through cooperation with them, we can study the environment and obtain excellent research results, interact with students in highly important scientific and technological fields, and ensure that they have a profound understanding of our programs, strategies and talent needs through strategic dialogue Understand. "

Volvo Group is the main partner of Penn State University and one of its first enterprise partners. This comprehensive cooperation model covers many aspects, such as scientific research, recruitment and kindness, which is conducive to promoting innovation and creating more opportunities. Compared with other enterprises cooperating with the University, the cooperation mode adopted by Volvo Group is more characteristic

students from Penn State University interned in Volvo company for four weeks. While preparing for their formal entry into the workplace, they also put forward practical solutions for the provocation of Volvo Group in business. Recently, Volvo Group recruited nearly 20 graduates from Penn State University

"the comprehensive cooperation between Volvo Group and Penn State University will sponsor both sides to lead innovation in many fields." Eric J. Barron, President of Penn State University, said, "I'm very waiting for this cooperation model to continue in the future."

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about Volvo Group

Volvo Group is a leading manufacturer of commercial transportation and construction equipment in the world, focusing on the manufacturing and service of trucks, passenger cars, construction equipment, current shipbuilding and industrial application drive systems, and also providing customers with a full set of solutions for finance and after-sales services

Volvo Group was founded in 1927, headquartered in Gothenburg, Sweden, and listed on the Nordic stock exchange in Stockholm, Sweden. As the largest industrial enterprise group in Sweden, Volvo has production bases in 19 countries around the world, and has made steady progress in 190 export growth. It is engaged in business activities in many markets and employs about 100000 people. In 2015, the sales volume of Volvo Group was about SEK 313 billion (about EUR 33.4 billion). Volvo Group is committed to using transportation solutions to promote prosperity

trucks account for about two-thirds of the group's business. In addition, other business areas of the group include: Volvo Construction equipment (a leading manufacturer of excavators, road equipment, articulated trucks and wheel loaders), Volvo bus (a leading manufacturer of heavy-duty buses), Volvo penta (a market leader in ship engines and Industrial Mobilization machines), and financial and trade support of the Volvo Group. (this article is from Volvo)

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