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Coca-Cola Is Investing in Green Cars from Volvo

September 19, 2008

GOTHENBURG, SWEDEN – Almost 200 new company cars, primarily Volvo V70 2.0 Flexifuel models but also V70 2.0D models, will be delivered over the next few days to employees of Coca-Cola in Sweden. The cars will be delivered to various locations throughout Sweden, where the drivers will also take part in the Volvo Driving Academy’s Eco-Safe course, whose aim is to make the drivers both safer and more energy-conscious behind the wheel.

“This is yet another step in our local pro-environmental work, which we conduct within a variety of areas. Eco-driving, which puts the focus on driving economically, promotes not only lower fuel consumption but also less wear on our new cars and even on our drivers, who benefit from a calmer and more relaxed working environment,” said Anne Lindfeldt, press officer at Coca-Cola Drycker Sverige.

This year marks the 10th anniversary of cooperation between Volvo Personbilar Sverige AB (Volvo Car Sweden) and Coca-Cola Drycker i SverigeAB.



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