The 2,000th bus built at Volgren Australia’s Malaga, Western Australia site will begin service next week. Volgren has been making buses for Transperth, the city’s public transport system, since 1999. Chassis are built by Volvo in Sweden, with the Volgren Malaga site building the bus bodies and fitout, using 85 per cent Australian content. Volgren…
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