8 February 2024

Strategic Partnership Between AxFlow and Atlas Copco Industrial Vacuum

Axel Johnson Internationals business group, Fluid Handling Solutions (AxFlow), has announced a strategic partnership with Atlas Copco Industrial Vacuum, a global pioneer in vacuum technology. This collaboration aims to strengthen market positions in the Nordic region and facilitate expansion efforts across Europe.

The partnership seeks to deliver enhanced value to customers by combining resources from both companies. AxFlow and Atlas Copco Industrial Vacuum will work together to offer a comprehensive customer experience, including an expanded product portfolio, improved services, and optimised solutions tailored to the diverse needs of processing industries.

In addition to consolidating presence in the Nordic markets, the collaboration sets the stage for further expansion into key European regions. Both companies are committed to innovation and development, ensuring that they remain responsive to the evolving demands of industries reliant on fluid handling and vacuum technology. The partnership represents a significant opportunity for growth and is expected to have a positive impact on customers and the industry as a whole.

About Atlas Copco Group
Great ideas accelerate innovation. Atlas Copco have been turning industrial ideas into business-critical benefits since 1873. By listening to customers and knowing their needs, delivering value and innovate with the future in mind. In 2021, Atlas Copco had revenues of BSEK111 and at year end about 43 000 employees.

About AxFlow Group
As the Fluid Handling Solutions business group within Axel Johnson International, AxFlow specialises in marketing, distributing, and providing complete sales engineering services for high-quality fluid-handling equipment. Serving various industries, AxFlow is known for its technical competence, diverse product range, and commitment to customer satisfaction. The company operates in 30 markets and employs approximately 1,400 people, with an annual turnover of EUR 412 million.

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