The origins of Volvo Penta can be traced back as far as 1868, when the foundry and mechanical workshop Sköfde Gjuteri & Mekaniska Verkstad was founded. The company manufactured cast-iron goods and hardware such as boilers, pots and pans, ploughs and threshing machines. A somewhat humble beginning for a company that has become a world leader in diesel engines for marine and industrial use. A company renowned throughout the world for innovations such as Volvo Penta IPS propulsion and the Aquamatic.
Join us for a tour of our history through the decades to see the advances leading to the success of Volvo Penta today.