Atlas Copco on 2013 top-50 global construction machinery manufacturers list
As a world leading provider of sustainable productivity solutions, Atlas Copco was included in 2013 top-50 global construction machinery manufacturers and ranked No.11.
This list was issued on the summit of world construction machinery industry and T50 on October 16. This global event is jointly held by China Construction Machinery Association, Association of Equipment Manufacturers, and Korea Construction Equipment Manufacturers Association and hosted by the China Construction Machinery Magazine. It has been successfully launched for two times.
Now China has become the largest construction machinery market in the world, with annual sales of more than 500 billion RMB (80 billion USD). “Atlas Copco has been operated in China for many years. We have set up a R&D center dedicated for the needs of China customers. It is also focused on innovation, environment protection, efficiency and safety.” said MarkkuTeräsvasara, president of Atlas Copco’s Surface Drilling Equipment Division. “Local customers are pursuing product quality and services as well as the added value and profits. But in the future, they will more and more focus on safety, environment protection and efficiency.” said Freddy Man, General Manager of Atlas Copco Mining and Rock Excavation Technique Customer Center, Great China, in the later talk with T50 China leaders.
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- Caroline He
Senior Marketing Communication Specialist, Atlas Copco Mining and Rock Excavation Technique
Phone: +86 10 5870 6331 e-mail: email@example.com
Atlas Copco’s Mining and Rock Excavation Technique business area provides equipment for drilling and rock excavation, a complete range of related consumables and service through a global network. The business area innovates for sustainable productivity in surface and underground mining, infrastructure, civil works, well drilling and geotechnical applications. Principal product development and manufacturing units are located in Sweden, the United States, Canada, China and India.