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Volvo Penta and Atlantic Detroit Diesel-Allison Expand Power Solutions and Service to Industrial Applications

July 8, 2024
The collaboration has been broadened to include distribution and support of Volvo Penta’s leading power solutions for industrial applications in the Northeast U.S. region.

Volvo Penta and Atlantic Detroit Diesel-Allison (ADDA) have been strengthening their marine service and support network since 2019. Now, the collaboration has been broadened to include distribution and support of Volvo Penta’s leading power solutions for industrial applications in the Northeast U.S. region.  

Volvo Penta is expanding its distribution partnership with ADDA to offer industrial customers a complete portfolio of power solutions, including products, 24/7 service capabilities, parts stocking to support the territory, as well as engines for necessary repowers – all to minimize downtime and lower total cost of ownership for operators. 

“The partnership with ADDA is part of our mission to enhance and broaden Volvo Penta’s industrial service network through comprehensive territory management,” said Bill Pacey, acting director of industrial distribution, Volvo Penta of the Americas. “Providing the resources for distributors to work directly with OEMs and dealers in the region, the extensive collaboration will help strengthen services and aftermarket support.”  

As an extension of Volvo Penta’s service network, ADDA will lead mobile repair service on equipment as well as providing facilities with service teams for maintenance on solutions such as portable pumps, material handling equipment and generators. ADDA serves a wide range of off-road industrial applications, including ports and inland construction sites across New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Eastern Pennsylvania.  

In expanding its partnership with Volvo Penta, ADDA is enhancing its offering as an authorized, value-added distributor of premium-branded diesel and alternative fuel engine solutions to customers. The company has built a strong reputation in the Northeast U.S. region rooted in its extensive experience serving the area for more than 40 years, the company said. ADDA is a division of Stewart & Stevenson, a Kirby Corporation. The company and its predecessors have been in operation since the mid-1950s. 

“When it comes to serving customers, ADDA is in constant pursuit of perfection and our collaboration with Volvo Penta is a great reflection of that approach,” said Russell Gomulinski, director of marine, industrial & Allison Transmission sales, ADDA. “We’re excited to be in position to expand our advanced power solutions portfolio and comprehensive support resources for the industrial sector, serving as a valuable package for both current and future customers.” 

Made to endure the elements 

Volvo Penta’s power solutions are a driving force for industrial applications around the globe. The company’s portfolio is engineered for durability in harsh environments, incorporating proprieties to withstand wear and tear, along with enhanced fuel efficiency to help lower total cost of ownership for users.  

All Volvo Penta industrial engines are designed based on the same engine platform, which helps to simplify everything from installation to service and the acquisition of spare parts. Service intervals of up to 1,000 hours also help optimize efficiency and safeguard productivity. 

Volvo Penta is committed to being more than an engine supplier – working closely with customers to design comprehensive solutions to improve uptime and profitability. Customers receive access to a wide range of value-adding factors when selecting an engine solution, including vital aftermarket support, on site when needed, even in remote locations.