Volvo Penta names Stewart & Stevenson as a marine power center

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Stewart & Stevenson will now handle Volvo Penta’s marine products.

Stewart & Stevenson will now handle Volvo Penta’s marine products.

Volvo Penta has named Stewart & Stevenson as an authorized power center. Houston-based Stewart & Stevenson will be responsible for sales and service of Volvo Penta marine products from five locations in Louisiana and Texas.

Volvo Penta said in a statement that Stewart & Stevenson also will handle parts, service, warranty and training for Volvo Penta dealers in these areas.

Volvo Penta now has 11 marine power centers in the United States, ensuring parts availability at local Volvo Penta dealerships across the country. “Stewart & Stevenson expands our presence in the Gulf Coast region,” said Jens Bering, vice president of marine sales for Volvo Penta of the Americas, in the statement.


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