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Atlas Copco

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Atlas Copco Group; a Swedish industrial manufacturing firm established in Santiago de Chile since 1954; which imports, sales, rents and offers technical services for mining, construction, industrial and infrastructure equipment, among others. Its solutions include pumps for individual applications, construction equipment, portable air compressors, generators, illumination towers, submersible bombs, equipment for underground and surface mining, drilling tools, civil works and geotechnical applications, drilling and load equipment, underground transport equipment, surface drilling, exploration equipment, air compressors, industrial gases, air recovery systems, air industrial tools, mounting systems, among others.

Atlas Copco Chilena Ltda. is the fourth Latin American branch of the Group after Peru, Mexico and Brazil; and it also is present in Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Venezuela.

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