Atlas Copco’s vision is to become and remain First in Mind – First in Choice of our customers and other stakeholders. Our mission is to achieve sustainable, profitable growth. This means that we do everything we can to create lasting results while safeguarding people, profit and the planet.
To achieve our mission we set ambitious goals that cover six strategic focus areas – profitability, people, ethics, product and services, the environment, and safety and well-being. We regard these areas as necessary to achieve long-term success.
Learn more about the goals in each focus area and how we measure our progress.
Attract and develop qualified and motivated employees as well as create equal opportunities for a professional career.
Invest in research and development and continuously launch new products and service that increase customers' productivity. Learn more about our innovation.
Increase market presence and penetration, and expand the product and service offering in selected market segments.
Continuously strive for improved operational performance with an efficient and responsible use of resources - human, natural and capital.
Increase the service offer, perform service for a larger proportion of the products we sell, and thereby give customers peace of mind.
Our core values – interaction, innovation and commitment, reflect how we behave internally and in our relationships with external stakeholders. Learn more about our culture and values on our career page.
Atlas Copco is a decentralized Group consisting of independent divisions, organized into four business areas. The main role of a business area is to develop leading technology within its business scope and to follow up on objectives and strategies. This also includes people, environmental and social performance.
The divisions are our highest operational entities with their own profit responsibility. They are in charge of product development, manufacturing, marketing and sales. Each business area also has one or more dedicated service divisions. The divisions generally conduct business through local customer centers and designated product companies.