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Atlas Copco host Construction Live!

Construction Live

Dealers and supporters join forces with Atlas Copco for two-day corporate event at Hertfordshire Showground

ATLAS Copco, together with some of their dealers and supporters, this week hosted Construction Live! – a two-day corporate event at the Hertfordshire County Showground that offered visitors and guests an opportunity to get to grips with a range of industry-leading construction equipment.

Atlas Copco themselves exhibited and demonstrated a variety of products drawn from their full range of construction equipment, including compactors, hand-held demolition equipment, hydraulic hammers, compressors, generators, pumps and lighting towers, as well as plant from their Dynapac road construction range.

In addition, Flannery Plant Hire brought a selection of wheeled and tracked excavators equipped with Atlas Copco hydraulic demolition attachments; Shellplant showcased Kubota mini-excavators and utility vehicles, as well as a line-up of Thwaites site dumpers up to 9 tonnes; Generator Power displayed a selection of Atlas Copco’s QAS and QAC generators; and K&N Surfacing showed off their range of Dynapac machines. MOBA also supported the event with several of their process-improvement systems fitted to the road construction equipment on display.

Commenting on the event, Atlas Copco business line manager John Fitzpatrick said: ‘We believe our equipment speaks for itself. Once customers see our equipment working and actually use it for themselves, they can truly see the benefit over the competition.

‘That’s why our customer demonstrations are always so successful. This event has given existing customers and customers we don’t know yet the chance to get to grips with our full range of construction equipment.’

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