Volvo Trucks to feature vocational, heavy-haul models at the National Heavy Equipment Show

Volvo Trucks will showcase its truck models designed to handle vocational tasks like construction, oil field and logging and heavy haul at the National Heavy Equipment Show March 5-6 at The International Centre in Mississauga, Ontario, near Toronto.

The Volvo booth (No. 5040) will display a Volvo VHD 200 vocational model fitted with a dump body and a Volvo VNX 300 heavy-haul tractor model.

Engineered for a wide range of vocational applications, the Volvo VHD 200 offers an easily customizable chassis, up to five power take-off options and Volvo's electronic bodybuilder module, simplifying electric and hydraulic connections.

The Volvo VHD 200 on display has a gross weight rating of 80,000 lbs. and features:

Designed for heavy-haul applications such as machinery transport, timber hauling and long combination vehicles, the Volvo VNX 300 offers a wide range of weight ratings and specs that help accommodate diverse weight distribution requirements. Increased ride-height improves articulation and ground clearance for a smoother ride.

The Volvo VNX 300 on display has a gross weight rating of 125,000 lbs. and features:

Like all Volvo-powered models, the VHD 200 and VNX 300 come standard with Volvo Remote Diagnostics, a telematics-based system that monitors critical fault codes, enabling proactive diagnostics and repair planning to maximize uptime.