Volvo BM AB
Predecessor Volvo Tractors
Successor Volvo Construction Equipment
Founded 1950
Defunct 1979
Headquarters , Sweden
Products agriculture machinery tractor, construction equipment
Parent Volvo AB

In 1950, AB Volvo bought the tractor & machine manufacturer Bolinder-Munktell (BM) and combined BM and Volvo's tractor manufacturing into one company under the BM Volvo brand. In 1973, the company name was changed to Volvo BM AB, although the Bolinder-Munktell and Volvo brands co-existed for awhile. In 1979, the tractor business was sold to Valmet and the brand became Volvo BM Valmet for a few years. The construction business continued until 1985 when the name was changed to Volvo Construction Equipment.


For the construction models, see Volvo Construction Equipment.


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Combine HarvestersEdit

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