For Atlas Copco, reliability means more than product reliability – it also means that our customers know they will get the advice, support and equipment they need, when and where they need it.
All around the world, Atlas Copco customers need products and services that can handle the toughest environmental conditions. Here are some examples of how the company’s offerings get put to the test.
Brazilian mining company Mineração Caraíba is enjoying high fleet availability levels thanks to an investment in Atlas Copco equipment and service contracts.
The challenge: Demolish a 5 500-tonne, 85-meter-long interchange viaduct on a busy English motorway in 36 hours, to minimize the impact on everyday traffic.
Multinational plastics manufacturer ALPLA stays productive after a fire thanks to speedy Atlas Copco response.
Vulkan Energiewirtschaft Oderbrücke (VEO) in Eisenhüttenstadt, Germany, supplies the industrial region with energy, heat and industrial media such as compressed air, natural gas and deionized water.
When a highway interchange in Belgium needed to be demolished and the rubble cleared in a single weekend, Atlas Copco supplied the heavy equipment to get the job done.
The Ruby Pipeline is the first carbon-neutral pipeline in the world and currently the most expensive infrastructure project in the United States, running through four western states.
In Cape Town, South Africa, South East Marine Services relies on Rand-Air, a rental company that is part of the Atlas Copco Group.