Volvo tractors is a Swedish company that was founded in 1927. The name Volvo is derived from the Latin word "volvere", which means "to roll". The company started out manufacturing trucks and tractors for the agricultural industry, but soon diversified into other areas such as buses and construction equipment.
Volvo was founded in 1915 as a subsidiary of the ball bearing manufacturer SKF. The company's first product was the Volvo ÖV four-cylinder engine, which it produced from 1917 until 1920. In 1927, Volvo acquired a majority stake in the Svenska Ball Bearing Company (Svenska Kullagerfabriken AB), and the two companies merged to form AB Volvo in 1935.
Volvo offers a wide range of models to fit every farmer’s needs. The smallest model, the T12, is perfect for small farms with tight spaces. The largest model, the T880, is designed for large-scale operations. In between, there are models designed for everything from dairy farming to vegetable production.