At Atlas Copco, our customers are at the core of everything we do. It is the success of our customers that keeps us going miles, innovating and pushing boundaries with new technologies. The stories presented here give you valuable insight into how various companies, from large industry-leading enterprises to smaller organizations, are leveraging Atlas Copco's experience to evolve and transform their business.
For us every customer is unique and represents a unique set of requirements and challenges. Our stories describe how our passion drives us into supporting our customers to overcome all the hurdles they face with air, power and flow. We showcase how we work closely together, summing up expertise and collecting real efficient business results across a wide range of industries with different challenges.
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Subcontractors on working sites must adapt to tough conditions in both financial and environmental aspects. No wonder this Norwegian drill air company are shifting to cost efficient, silent and low-emission electric machines.
Amogh N, mechanical engineer for Matha Overseas, explains how the low maintenance rods are used for drilling holes in the Ilkal pink granite, which is one of the hardest granites in India.
Atlas Copco Power and Flow division has sold 30 units of its latest user-friendly solar-powered LED light tower, the HiLight S2+, to Dayim Equipment Rental Co in Saudi Arabia.
Four HiLight B5+ light towers illuminated the main sporting stages at the eleventh edition of Extreme Sports Barcelona, celebrated at Forum’s Park. The event’s eleventh edition gathered the best scooter, skate, BMX, and breaking athletes internationally.
Our Lithuanian customer chooses reliable compressed air to renovate an historical railway bridge.
Atlas Copco’s HiLight V5+ light towers provide power for the Zojila tunnel project in the Kashmir valley, India. This 14.2 km long road tunnel will be one of the largest in Asia, and will connect Srinagar valley and Leh.
When Atlas Copco launched their first electric mobile compressor, Arentis, an industrial equipment rental company in the Netherlands, didn’t hesitate to take the compressor into their fleet. Arentis and its customer explain how electrifying their compressor fleet contributes to cleaner and more cost-efficient operation.