A Part­ner to the Pil­bara

The Australian Mining Review - - PILBARA: ON THE MOVE -

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.

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