The Sweden-based Epiroc, which began operating as an independent company in December, offers all of the hydraulic attachments for excavators, wheel loaders, backhoes and skid steers, such as breakers, compactors, buckets and grapples, once under Atlas Copco and Chicago Pneumatic brand names.
Epiroc also offers drill rigs; underground loaders, haulers and dumpers; mechanical rock excavation equipment; raiseboring equipment; rock drilling tools; rock reinforcement and ventilation systems. Meanwhile, Atlas Copco will focus on industrial customers, which includes such products as air compressors, generators and vacuums.
The Epiroc website provides information on the company’s products, parts and services, applications and industry solutions. The company says the site is designed for simple navigation and enhanced search capabilities and works well with all browsers and devices. Customers can order products from the site, as well as check out press releases, media gallery, career information, corporate information, and link up with the company’s social media accounts.
Epiroc is slated to be traded on the Stockholm Nasdaq stock exchange in Sweden in the second quarter of this year, pending Atlas Copco shareholder approval.