Volvo PH takes home Europa Awards 2021 'Smart and Safer Mobility Award'


Volvo Philippines earns recognition at the Europa Awards 2021 as it takes home the Smart and Safer Mobility Award in the recently held event organized by the European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP).

The award was granted to Volvo Philippines as an acknowledgment of its efforts to address present concerns when it comes to accessibility, infrastructure availability, and environmental impact.

In addition, the Europa Awards 2021 also gives the nod to Volvo Philippines’ customer-centric approach in delivering a cleaner, data-driven, and safer approach to redefining the urban mobility ecosystem.


“Electrification is how Volvo sees the future when it comes to safer and sustainable mobility. Hence, in 2019, we are also the first luxury car company in the Philippines to introduce a range of Plug-In Hybrid vehicles,” said Volvo PH President and CEO Atty. Alberto B. Arcilla (above).

In the Philippines, Volvo is one of the first automakers to develop an online customer service platform during the height of the pandemic called Volvo Concierge.

Through this platform, the local arm of the Swedish car company assisted their customers in both technical and service-related concerns.


Marketing Head for Volvo PH Christopher L. Yu (above) shared, “Volvo Fika Talks, for example, is an ongoing series on sustainability where we engage with academic institutions and have open discussions with current industry practitioners to create an environment that highlights the benefits and impact of electrification and sustainable mobility.

“Safe Roads by Volvo is another local initiative. We collaborate with schools to raise awareness about road safety among students, school personnel, parents, guardians, and other road users. By putting up more visible road signages along school driveways and within school premises, we aim to create a safer and accident-free community."

Photos from Volvo

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