World Economic Forum in Davos recognises Atlas Copco on Sustainability list

Atlas Copco, one of the world’s leading manufacturers in construction and mining equipment, has once again been recognised as one of the most sustainable companies in the world in the annual Global 100 list. The list, presented at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, ranks companies that show they are increasing productivity while using less resources.
Atlas Copco with a global reach spanning 170 countries, ranked 18th most sustainable company in the world has been leading the way within the industry in promoting sustainability among customers. All construction and mining equipment made by Atlas Copco promotes efficiency, reliability and is ergonomically designed with the user and environment in mind.
In the current economic environment Atlas Copco recognises the need for customers to get the most from their plant and machinery. One of the company’s sustainably initiatives is to boost customer energy efficiency by at least 20% between 2010 and 2020 by continuously making products more efficient.
“Being socially and environmentally responsible is not only the right thing to do but is how we develop and grow our business in a profitable way,” said Ronnie Leten, President and CEO at Atlas Copco.The Global 100 list is presented annually at the World Economic Forum. It is based on aselection of 4 000 developed and emerging market companies, which are measuredagainst key performance indicators such as revenues in relation to consumption of energyand water. It’s the seventh time that Atlas Copco is included on the list. To read more,see
Source: Atlas Copco News Room