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New Atlas Copco pump business managers

Two new product marketing managers and a new R&D manager to support pump business expansion

ATLAS Copco Portable Energy have appointed two new product marketing managers and a new R&D manager to support the rapid expansion of their pump business. Ola Hällgren is responsible for the development and marketing of electrical pumps and Joakim Cronstrand will oversee diesel pumps. Martin Lindskog is the new R&D manager.

With the appointment of the three new managers, Atlas Copco Portable Energy say they now have the structure in place to support the growth of their pump business. This organizational expansion follows the appointment of Per Rehn as vice-president for business development – pumps in 2014.

Ola Hällgren has 15 years’ experience working in the pump industry, primarily focused on the construction and mining industries. Most recently he was based in the US as a product, application and business development manager for electrical pumps for a global pump company.

Joakim Cronstrand has extensive experience in the pump industry, finding solutions for the construction and mining industries. His previous roles include business development (aftermarket) manager, marketing manager and managing director of a global pump company.

Martin Lindskog has spent 15 years focusing on pumps for the construction and mining industries, having previously worked as a design engineer, product manager and technical manager for construction and mining pumps for a global pump company.

‘It is an exciting time for our pump business,’ said vice-president Per Rehn. ‘Our new diesel-driven pumps and expanded electrical submersible range have opened new opportunities for Atlas Copco. Ola, Joakim and Martin will focus on how we can further expand our range to offer our customers reliable pumping solutions in even more industries.’

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