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Epiroc start trading on Nasdaq Stockholm

Epiroc HB 10000 hydraulic breaker

Share trading begins today marking the start of Epiroc’s journey as a fully independent company

SHARES in Epiroc AB, a leading productivity partner for the mining, infrastructure and natural resources industries, began trading on Nasdaq Stockholm today (18 June), marking the start of Epiroc as a fully independent company following their separation from the Atlas Copco Group.

‘It is very exciting for us to now be listed on Nasdaq Stockholm and to start the journey as an independent company,’ said Per Lindberg, Epiroc’s president and chief executive officer. ‘We are proud of our long and productive heritage in the Atlas Copco Group, and at the same time we look forward to serving our customers in an even more focused way and to deliver customer and shareholder value.’

The annual general meeting of Atlas Copco AB decided, on 24 April 2018, to distribute all shares of Epiroc AB to the shareholders of Atlas Copco AB. Atlas Copco shareholders have received one Epiroc share for each of their Atlas Copco shares.

Epiroc, who serve the mining, infrastructure and natural resources industries in more than 150 countries, provide equipment, services and solutions to enhance productivity, safety, and cost efficiency for their customers.

Epiroc UK & Ireland Ltd will be at next week’s Hillhead show (26–28 June), where they will be showcasing hydraulic attachment tools developed and supplied by the company’s factories in Germany and Sweden, including hydraulic breakers from the market-leading SB range right up to the HB 10000, the largest serial hydraulic breaker in the world.

Also on stand M3 will be products from Epiroc’s silent demolition tool range, and, for the first time at Hillhead, Epiroc’s Mining division will be presenting its Speedcut diamond wire cutting machine, aimed at the dimension stone industry.

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