Swedish Volvo FH16 Club is a club for owners of Volvo FH16 on the Swedish market.
The main purpose is to create a stronger feeling of belonging and identity vs Volvo and to add value to owning a Volvo FH16.
For practical reasons the club is built as an independent nonprofit association, with statues, a board and great member influence.
Our events are supported by Volvo Lastvagnar Norden, but we also see a growing interest from other professionals.
An important part of the club is meeting like-minded colleagues to discuss common joys and problems. Volvo considers the club a good reference and a great forum for developing FH16.
But the main purpose of this club is:
Just like two years ago, we wish to gather as many FH16 and F16 as possible at the festival to showcase our beauties and everything they are used for - and I definitely want to see you there!
On Friday evening, the FH16 club and its partners will host a BBQ dinner where guests can enjoy something to eat and drink. Members of the club canuse the basic camping facilities at Mantorp Park. All vehicles that has been registered will receive two entrance tickets, as well as two dinner tickets, when arriving to the exhibition area. If additional tickets are desired, please make a notice of this when submitting the form. Maximum four tickets per vehicle.
The exhibition area is located opposite the Cirkel K station and the opening starts at 8 am Friday morning. FH16 staff and students from Vreta high school will help you find your place at the exhibition area.
Volvo High Mileage Award?
Trucks live a tough life to faithfully deliver each day, year after year. To celebrate the trucks that have rolled more than 1 500 000 km, Volvo Trucks has initiated a special prize just for them. Do you own a high mileage truck and are bringing it to the event? Please specify this when submitting the form.
Volvo Trucks are assisting the FH16 club with the administration prior to the event and you sign up at volvotrucks.se/anmalan. Please submit your notice no later than August 15th.
Kind regards, Boije Ovebrink