Atlas Copco China's milestone dates
The history of Atlas Copco China is all about innovation. Here you can read about our first 57 years.
Pan-Asia Gas Technology (Wuxi) Co., Ltd. was founded to relocate manufacturing activities of oil-injected screw compressors and air treatment in China.
Atlas Copco formally inaugurated a manufacturing facility for Edwards vacuum and abatement solutions in Qingdao, China.
Atlas Copco Asia Pacific (Shanghai) Distribution Center was founded.
The grand opening of Atlas Copco (Wuxi) Compressor Co., Ltd. Plant I.
The new R&D Center of Mining and Rock Excavation Technique Business Area in China was set up in Nanjing.
Construction Technique China Customer Center started its operations in Greater China.
Atlas Copco was one of the official partners in the Sweden Pavilion during World Expo 2010 in Shanghai.
Atlas Copco (Wuxi) Research and Development Center was founded.
The total number of employees in Atlas Copco Greater China reached 3,600. By the end of 2016, the number was around 6,100.
Water for All had its first activity in China. Now, all companies in China participate in the Water for All project. More than 3,000 employees in China are contributing each month.
Liuzhou Tech Machinery Co., Ltd. was acquired as the first local brand company for Compressor Technique in Greater China.
Atlas Copco (Shanghai) Trading Co., Ltd. was formed, the legal entity for all business areas of Atlas Copco customer centers in China.
Atlas Copco (China) Investment Co., Ltd was founded in Shanghai, our first wholly owned company in Greater China.
Atlas Copco Tools and Assembly Systems operation was established in Shanghai, China.
Atlas Copco (Wuxi) Compressor Co., Ltd. was founded.
Atlas Copco (Nanjing) Construction & Mining Equipment Ltd. was founded.
Atlas Copco China set up the first representative office in Beijing.
Atlas Copco made strategic decision to create a sustainable presence in Greater China.
Atlas Copco China/HK Ltd. was founded.
Atlas Copco products were put into use for one huge project for underground oil storage in Hong Kong.
Atlas Copco Taiwan Ltd. was founded.
Atlas Copco products were sold for the first time in Greater China through import from Europe.