South African winters can be bitterly cold with temperatures often dropping to below zero. Understanding the critical need for warmth at this time, Atlas Copco employees gathered at the Vita Nova Centre in Springs on 15 July 2018 to donate 45 blankets as well as a selection of gifts. And in the true spirit of Mandela Day, Atlas Copco also supported Vita Nova’s Mandela Walk.
Spreading warmth this winter – Atlas Copco and Paballo Ya Batho join forces to get blankets to the homeless
Atlas Copco Industrial partnered with Paballo Ya Batho, a non-profit organisation, to donate blankets to the homeless in Johannesburg City on 13 June 2018.
On 24 May 2018, Atlas Copco and Rand Air, in partnership with the Reality Wellness Group, showed their support of women empowerment by inviting female learners to come and experience life in a corporate environment.
In August 2016, the Registrar of the MCC issued guidelines for a licence to manufacture, import, export or distribute medical devices, initiating the first practical step towards medical device registration in South Africa
Over 140 years of industry experience combined with a sound understanding of customer’s needs from all around the world as well as the purchase of market-leading pump designer and manufacturer, Varisco, are key factors that led to the development of the Atlas Copco dewatering range.
In a bid to contribute to the much-needed skills development and work experience of disabled people, Atlas Copco South Africa partnered with the Skills Development Corporation (SDC) 12 months ago on 4 April 2017.
Stockholm, Sweden, March 7, 2018: Atlas Copco, a leading provider of sustainable productivity solutions, has won a significant order from Chilean mining company Sociedad Punta del Cobre SA. The equipment, which will increase productivity and reduce production costs, will be delivered by Epiroc.
With effect from January 1, 2018, the Hydraulic Attachment Tools division within Atlas Copco becomes part of Epiroc, the company that Atlas Copco plans to dividend out in mid-2018. The division manufactures excavator attachment tools such as hydraulic breakers, cutters, pulverizers, bucket crushers, shears, grapples and magnets. Also effective from that date, all the division's current products will be delivered with Epiroc product branding.
The uncertain and volatile economy and retrenchments is forcing qualified engineers and technicians to start their own businesses giving rise to the emergence of one-man businesses. Customers are constantly looking for ways to reduce energy bills and with compressors responsible for up to 70% of a plant’s energy consumption Atlas Copco assists customers with optimising their energy use.
The planned divestment will enable Atlas Copco’s Power Technique business area to intensify focus on its core technologies of air, power and flow.
Atlas Copco Industrial Technique is pleased to announce the recent extension of its SANAS accredited Torque Laboratory’s scope and capabilities.
Atlas Copco has launched a new range of lightweight and versatile air compressors for secure integration into utility trucks and other OEM applications.
After successful joint R&D efforts between Atlas Copco and Hecla Mining Company, the first order of Mobile Miner 40V was recently received. The machine will be delivered to the Lucky Friday mine in Idaho, USA.
The OSC range of condensate separators for compressed air systems from global quality compressed air technology, equipment and systems specialist, Atlas Copco Compressor Technique, delivers high performance, versatility and low maintenance.
Atlas Copco has signed a letter of intent with the defense and security company Saab and its subsidiary, the technology consultancy Combitech.
Atlas Copco launches 6thSense – the digital path for whole of systems integration in mining, quarrying and tunneling
Automation and digitalization are the future of the mining industry. But automation is not just about remotely controlled machines.
After several years of R&D Atlas Copco are proud to launch the new generation Mobile Miner product line.
Clint Byington has been appointed Business Line Manager for Atlas Copco Underground Rock Excavation in the U.S.
Dynamic tunneling package is a new automation software for face drilling rigs, which gives improved accuracy of the excavation thanks to the fact that drill plans always will be fitted for the current section.
Atlas Copco Rock Drills AB has been named coordinator of the European consortium on Sustainable Intelligent Mining Systems (SIMS). This mining industry initiative is funded by Horizon 2020, the biggest EU research and innovation program ever.
The FleetLink intelligent telematics system is available on Atlas Copco’s road construction equipment. The system provides road construction contractors with a convenient and efficient tool to monitor and manage their machine fleet.
Underground operations have the flexibility of modular automation in a longhole drill rig built for small spaces and tough conditions with the Atlas Copco Simba S7. The Simba S7 and its precise drilling ensures higher productivity with less waste.
The competition called 100-wattaren is the most prestigious communication competition in Sweden, and is rewarding activities with proven effect through high creativity.
The new Atlas Copco Scooptram ST7 Battery load-haul-dump rig allows mines to go deeper without increasing ventilation costs. Launched first in North America, the battery-powered Scooptram ST7 Battery has proven the safety, comfort and versatility of zero emissions in a powerful machine.
Atlas Copco Mining, Rock Excavation and Construction has appointed Shawn Cheney to the position of Business Line Manager – Rock Drilling Tools, and Jason Blais to Cheney’s former position as Vice President of Specialty Stores.