Atlas Copco Ireland unveils Dublin headquarters
07 March 2018
The opening ceremony was attended by all of the Atlas Copco management and staff who will be situated at the office in Dublin
Atlas Copco Ireland, a total solutions provider for compressed air and industrial gas markets, has officially opened its headquarters in Dublin. The building is 560m2 in size and will be the permanent workplace for the company’s 32 employees.
There is an open-plan office area to enable staff to communicate and work more effectively; as well as a large purpose-built workshop and warehouse area that ensures customer requirements are met efficiently.
Swedish Ambassador to Ireland, Her Excellency Anna Brandt, officiated at the grand opening of the building, which is located near Blanchardstown in west Dublin.
Protect investment in high-quality machinery
Micheál McGuinness, country manager for compressor technique at Atlas Copco Ireland, said: “We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our customers, past and present, for their custom over the years and look forward to welcoming them to our new head office in Dublin.
“Our mission is to help customers protect their investment in high-quality machinery, avoid unexpected situations and increase uptime – a goal we feel we are expertly placed to fulfil even more effectively from our new premises.”
A total of 210m2 of the head office is dedicated to a large workshop and warehouse area. The purpose-built workshop facility provides a safe working environment for service technicians and contains power tools and lifting equipment to ensure quick turnaround times when performing maintenance and overhauls of major pieces of customer equipment, such as compressor blocks, industrial air elements and gear box assemblies.
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