Atlas Copco wins orders for construction equipment

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Atlas Copco won orders for construction equipment in Germany

Atlas Copco won orders for construction equipment in Germany

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on September 23, 2015, Stockholm, Sweden: Atlas Copco, a leading supplier of high-capacity solutions for sustainable productivity solutions, won a large order in Germany to supply generators and compressors for construction sites. The order is worth 7.1 million euros (68million Swedish kronas)

the construction process is the same as the polystyrene board system. Atlas Copco won the round sample clamping diameter in Germany (mm): Φ (2) 6 get the construction equipment order

Boels rental is a leading leasing company in the European construction industry. The company chose Atlas Copco's mobile power department to provide it with about 500 generators and mobile compressors. These products will be leased to end users across Europe to serve Boels rental's customers in the construction industry. These products will be repaired and maintained by Atlas Copco Construction Technology Service Department

"Boels rental has always shown great confidence in our products and our local organization, which we are very happy about." Andrew Walker, President of Atlas Copco's construction technology business. "Working with a forward-looking company like Boels rental is critical to our continued development in our business area, and we look forward to continuing to help their customers in the construction industry achieve the highest productivity."

through this equipment, net weight: 450kg, power supply: 220V, 50Hz, 1500W, effective experimental width: 370mm With the order, Boels rental will obtain the most powerful product series with a complete range that can be applied to the construction market. For example, the power QAS generator with minimal noise during operation, and the mobile air compressor that is durable and easy to operate

boels rental, headquartered in sitard, the Netherlands, has more than 340 stores across Europe, and its main markets are the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Austria, the Czech Republic, Poland, Italy and Slovakia

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