BASF, Atlas Copco collaborate sprayed concrete technology

BASF, Atlas Copco collaborate for sprayed concrete technology

9:44 AM, 3rd April 2013
BASF, Atlas Copco collaborate for sprayed concrete technology

WINTERTHUR, SWITZERLAND: BASF and Atlas Copco have signed an agreement to cooperate on sprayed concrete technology and expertise for tunneling and mining, following the sale of BASF’s MEYCO Equipment business to Atlas Copco. “BASF’s expert knowledge in chemical solutions for sprayed concrete together with Atlas Copco’s global expertise in underground tunneling and mining equipment will drive the optimization of sprayed concrete application,” said Daniel Ruckstuhl, Vice President and Head of Global Underground Construction business, BASF.

“The cooperation between the two market leaders creates a globally unmatched partnership to further develop sprayed concrete chemistry and equipment technology. This joint effort is formed to enable high performance solutions supporting safety and cost and time efficiency in tunneling and mining projects. We are pleased to announce this cooperation and look forward to working together,” added Ruckstuhl.

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