A Swedish industrial group. Manufactures industrial tooling including: compressors, generators, construction and mining equipment, industrial tools and assembly systems.
In April 2013, Who Profits documented locomotives, carrying the Atlas Copco’s logo at the construction site of the new Tel Aviv-Jerusalem fast train line (A1). The new train route crosses into the occupied Palestinian territory in two areas (for further information, see Who Profits full report on the A1 train).
The locomotives headed an emergency recovery system, located at the entrance to tunnel No. 3. The DHD 35 diesel locomotives were manufactured by Atlas Copco Gia AB (formely, GIA Industri AB), a part of the underground rock excavation division within Atlas Copco.
Major shareholders: Investor AB (16.8%) and Swedbank (4.2%).
The company holds hundreds of subsidiaries worldwide.
All the information contained in this page is valid until Wed 12/06/2013
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