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Atlas Copco splits into entities focusing on mining and civil engineering, and the industrial market

24th November 2017 Construction and mining equipment manufacturer Atlas Copco has started a process to divide the company into two separate entities – Atlas Copco and Epiroc. Epiroc will remain a subsidiary of Atlas Copco.  

Epiroc takes the mining and civil engineering stage

6th November 2017 Atlas Copco grows into two separate international groups of companies. Globally, the entire Mining & Rock Excavation Technique Business Area together with the Construction Tools Division of Atlas Copco becomes part of Epiroc while the industrial segment remains with Atlas Copco. With Epiroc... 

Atlas Copco

20th October 2017 A world-leading provider of sustainable productivity solutions, Atlas Copco is characterised by focused businesses, a global presence with direct sales and service, a strong, stable and growing service business, professional people and an asset-light and flexible manufacturing setup. “We are... 

Atlas Copco Power Technique staff members celebrate Madiba Day at Sithabile Child and Youth Center

21st August 2017 Staff members from Atlas Copco’s Power Technique business area (formerly Construction Technique) dedicated their 67 minutes in honour of Madiba Day on 18 July 2017 by giving of their time to Sithabile Child and Youth Center. Philip Herselman, General Manager of Atlas Copco Power Technique,... 
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Nersa grants Eskom's tariff hike, but not 20%

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