A visit to Volvo Factory

Christ Junior College’s Contingent visited the Volvo Factory in Sweden as part of the Indo-Sweden Exchange programme. Here is what the team talked about its visit.

Volve means ”i roll” in Latin.  Volvo was first started in 1927 in Gothenburg, Sweden.  On Tuesday, that is on  23rd of April, we got an opportunity to visit the Volvo factory.  The Volvo factory is really huge. In a Volvo factory, about 17-18 robots do the work and 8-10 workers look after them.  They manufacture 680 cars in a day  depending on customer’s  demands. They manufacture 6 different car models . They took us on a tour inside the Volvo car manufacturing  unit.  We all were excited to look at the robots how they work  accurately day and night.

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