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Atlas Copco launches online product information

21 September 2011

Atlas Copco has launched a new product information area on its website in response to feedback from customers about what they need in order to select products, related equipment, parts and services online

Leen van Diggele, General Manager, Atlas Copco Compressors commented: “We believe that our new generation of product information online will give customers an entirely new Atlas Copco experience and make it easier to do business with us. Please visit www.atlascopco.co.uk and take a look.”

The new product information area includes Atlas Copco’s entire product portfolio in one place and each individual product has its own webpage. The individual product pages include all of the product’s relevant information, such as technical data and brochures, as well as the direct contact details for the local Atlas Copco sales representative. Users can also request information directly online.

Another useful feature is that users can easily compare products and be guided to related products, as well as being able to access dimensional drawings and other information directly from the product page. It is also possible to create an overview of the information for any product in PDF format.

The new product information section also includes intuitive navigation to help users find exactly what they need, as well as a dedicated search function that allows users to search using a number of criteria such as product name, designation, article number or multiple associated keywords.

The product information is fully integrated with local Atlas Copco websites and is available in the local language (with some exceptions).


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