Volvo continues to burnish its halo for building safety-conscious vehicles. This time, the Ford Motor Company's Swedish imprint is teaming up with no fewer than 40 different global humanitarian aid organizations to talk traffic safety.
Volvo will share its knowledge and analysis with Fleet Forum, a voluntary collective of humanitarian aid organizations, in the hopes of increasing the safety of road systems around the world. By offering reports and analysis from its own accident research team, the automaker believes it can help lessen the number of accidents among humanitarian aid transport missions.
The partnership is set to last until 2009.
[Source: Easier UK; NewStreet.It]