Helping to build a more sustainable future

Singapore: in this green, booming landscape, innovation comes in many forms. A perfect example is the Samwoh Corporation, which is leading the way in eco-concrete research & technology. It’s all part of their commitment to developing smart recycling solutions that contribute to a more sustainable construction industry. Today, they can supply concrete using up to 100% recycled concrete aggregates for structural applications. But as with any ready mixed concrete, it’s got to be delivered just in time, when and where it is needed. Just ask Operations Manager, John Toh. Fortunately, he can rely on 30 Volvo FMX ready-mixer trucks to get the job done – and help build a more sustainable future.
Samwoh Corporations’ depot

The Samwoh Corporations relies on 30 Volvo FMX ready-mixer trucks to get its 100% recycled concrete to its customers just in time.

At Volvo Trucks, we are committed to quality, safety and environmental care in everything we do. As a truly global leader, you could say that it’s our responsibility. But it’s more than that. It’s our passion. It inspires us to continuously innovate. Not for it’s own sake, but because it matters. It matters to truck drivers and owners the world over. It matters to the transport industry. Even to society as a whole as we take the lead in embracing and enabling sustainable development. And you help make it happen. At this very moment, Volvo trucks are performing every conceivable transport task, getting the job done, in all kinds of conditions, in more than 140 markets worldwide.

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