Sustainable Innovation at Atlas Copco

Sustainable Innovation at Atlas Copco

Atlas Copco is all about innovation-it is a driving force in everything we do. Learn how we strive to save energy, provide ergonomic equipment, and secure minimal impact on the environment.

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Keeping Planes in the Air with Compressed Air on the Ground
The manufacture, maintenance and repair of today’s jet aircraft involves a global network of suppliers applying some of the world’s most advanced technologies to keep commercial airliners, business jets and military aircraft flying. A recognized leader in the field is Aviation Technical Services, Inc., (ATS) of Everett, Washington. ATS is one of the largest third-party aircraft...
Nov 14, 2016 8:05 AM ET
The Gorton’s Fisherman Trusts Oil-Free Air
Perhaps more than any American city, Gloucester, Massachusetts is synonymous with fishermen. The oldest seaport in the United States, c. 1623, Gloucester rises above a natural harbor flush with postcard-perfect scenes of fishing boats and the men who make their living at sea. For countless generations, fishing has been the lifeblood of Gloucester. It’s so engrained in local culture, even the...
Nov 7, 2016 9:45 AM ET
Atlas Copco Eco Design | Sustainable Productivity in Practice
“A key initiative in our sustainability plan is the Eco design concept aiming at setting relevant environmental targets in each product development project and highlighting Eco design achievements to our customers to raise environmental awareness and add value for our customers”  ~  Anna Sjören, Global SHEQ Manager In order to minimize the...
Oct 14, 2016 8:05 AM ET
Oil and Water Don’t Mix – Keeping Your Condensate Hydrocarbon-Free
We frequently discuss the differences between oil-free and oil-injected air compressors and their uses in various industries. While oil-free compressors are essential for pharmaceutical, food and beverage, and semiconductor production, oil-injected compressors are great for operation in harsh environmental conditions like those found in oil and gas, railway and marine applications. However,...
Sep 16, 2016 8:25 AM ET
What Does A Nimble Conglomerate Look Like?
“If we owned a steel mill, what happens if our engineers want to make things in plastic, or with 3D printing?” asked Ronnie Leten, President and CEO of Atlas Copco, the Stockholm-based industrial equipment and services giant. “My mill guy is going to be worried.” The idea of being nimble, versus simply agile, is at the...
Jul 21, 2016 8:05 AM ET

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