Atlas Copco Ranks 18th Among 2013 Global 100 Most Sustainable Companies

Atlas Copco is ranked among Global 100 Most Sustainable Companies for seventh year


Atlas Copco ranks 18th among the 2013 Global 100 Most Sustainable Companies – a list presented on January 23 at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. The Global 100 list is based on a selection of 4,000 developed and emerging market companies, which are measured against key performance indicators such as revenues in relation to consumption of energy and water. This is the seventh time that Atlas Copco has appeared in the Global 100 rankings.

Atlas Copco sustainability initiatives, both globally and in the U.S., include:

  • Boosting customer energy efficiency by at least 20 percent between 2010 and 2020 by continuously designing and developing more efficient products.
  • Membership by Atlas Copco Compressors with the U.S. Green Building Council.
  • An initiative between Atlas Copco Secoroc and the U.S. Department of Energy, as part of President Obama’s challenge to generate 80 percent of U.S. electricity from clean energy sources by 2035, to develop a down-the-hole (DTH) hammer design capable of low-cost, high-production drilling in the high temperatures of deep geothermal wells.
  • Reducing Atlas Copco’s water consumption and promoting clean drinking water in countries in need. The employee run Water for All organization will pass $200,000 in donations in the U.S. in 2013.
  • Increasing employee diversity in both nationality and gender.

Along with being named in this exclusive list, Atlas Copco AB is also a member of the Dow Jones World Sustainability Index and over the last two years has been recognized by Forbes, Thomson-Reuters and Newsweek, among others, for its commitment to innovation and sustainability.