We knew we needed an extraordinary challenge to prove the precision and maneuverability of the new Simba S7. We brought a pool table and a billiards expert 140 feet underground to meet the new Simba and the Atlas Copco engineers.
What is a Simba? It is a production drill rig, predominately used in underground mining.
This story is about Atlas Copco India signing a memorandum of understanding with Dr Prakash Amte for the repair of the existing, and constructing a new water supply and pipeline system at Hemalkasa, Maharashtra. The memorandum of understanding means Atlas Copco India is making a contribution to help improve lives where it’s most needed.
We were again recognised as the world’s most sustainable machinery company by the prestigious annual Global 100 list. The list, presented at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, ranks companies that prove they are increasing productivity while using less resources. Atlas Copco is ranked 34th overall, and is the only company in the machinery industry included on the list. It is the 10th time that Atlas Copco appears on the list.