A Partner to the Pilbara
ATLAS COPCO; you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone on site that doesn’t recognise its iconic grey and yellow colours.
Whether you’ve seen the Atlas Copco logo in your compressor room, outdoors on one of its portable generators, or even in your hands working on the tools – one thing is for certain: Atlas Copco has been delivering efficiency and reliability to Australian industries for well over half a century.
What you may have missed is the Atlas Copco Rental division.
Established in 1994 and brought to Australian shores a short time later, the Rental division was Atlas Copco’s response to the growing demand for temporary air and long-term rental solutions.
Clients now had solutions that allowed them to continue using the Atlas Copco machines they had come to rely upon during periods of increased workload, maintenance or breakdowns.
Today, Atlas Copco Rental has built a fleet specifically tailored to Australian conditions.
With eight branches across Australia and New Zealand positioned in key industrial sectors, rental solutions to client applications are never far away.
One of the company’s most prominent facilities, the Karratha branch, has just relocated to a new, modern facility.
The branch was established in the Pilbara fifteen years ago to accommodate the growing mining and LNG projects in the region, and since its inception has been a key player in supplying temporary air, power and nitrogen to the region.
Staffed by experts that know their area and industries, the new Karratha branch reaffirms Atlas Copco Rental’s commitment to the continued development of the Pilbara.
Atlas Copco has a new, modern Karratha branch servicing the Pilbara.