Vision and goals
The Atlas Copco Group's vision is to become and remain First in Mind—First in Choice ® of its customers and other key stakeholders.
Vision and strategy
The Atlas Copco Group’s vision is to become and remain First in Mind—First in Choice® of its customers and other principal stakeholders. The mission is to achieve sustainable, profitable development. Sustainability plays an important role in Atlas Copco’s vision and it is an integral aspect of the Group’s mission. An integrated sustainability strategy, backed by ambitious goals, helps the company deliver greater value to all its stakeholders in a way that is economically, environmentally and socially responsible.
Committed to sustainable productivity
This is Atlas Copco’s brand promise. This is a promise to ensure reliable, lasting results with a responsible use of resources – human, natural and capital.
The goals that were introduced in 2011 all aim at continuously delivering sustainable, profitable development. By integrating sustainability into Atlas Copco’s customer-focused and operational goals, Atlas Copco can reduce costs, mitigate risks and create business opportunities. The Group creates a positive impact on society and the environment, which in turn positively affects Atlas Copco’s financial bottom line – thus, creating shared value. Atlas Copco uses this win-win concept to increase sales, make sound investments and generate economic value.
The customer focused goals will safeguard market expansion as well as customer satisfaction and loyalty. Atlas Copco delivers energy efficient, productive, safe and reliable products and solutions through innovation and continuous improvement.
The goals for operations focus on people management, environmental achievements, health and safety, and on business ethics and integrity.
The financial goals aim to support increased economic value creation.
For more information about sustainability and responsibility at Atlas Copco, visit our CR-site: corporate responsibility.
For some real-life examples of sustainable productivity, read Atlas Copco’s booklet: