Anna Müller has been appointed as President Volvo Penta and member of Volvo Group management. She will replace Heléne Mellquist who will leave the Volvo Group.

Anna Müller started her Volvo Group career in 2014 in the Volvo Penta service organization, working with business development. She comes from the position of Senior Vice President for the Europe North and Central Division at Volvo Trucks. She has extensive international experience and has spent most of her career within the automotive industry.

As a co-owner of a small family farm in southern Sweden, I hold a deep appreciation for the agricultural and forestry sector,” says Anna. “I hold true to three essential values: Performance, Passion, and Integrity. I’m committed to building teams centered around these values to drive our business transformation, ensuring outstanding results and an excellent customer experience. I look forward to meeting our customers and colleagues around the world.” 

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