Posted April 17, 2018

Epiroc launches new website

Atlas Copco division's new site features easy navigation and online parts ordering.

Epiroc has launched its new U.S. website, Designed with the needs of mining, infrastructure and natural resources customers in mind, the engaging new site features user-friendly navigation and functionality.

Epiroc is a bold new company born of the Mining and Rock Excavation Technique business area and the Hydraulic Attachment Tools division of Atlas Copco. The company develops and produces innovative drill rigs, rock excavation and construction equipment, and provides world-class service and consumables. offers valuable information on Epiroc products, parts and services, applications and industry solutions. The new site provides simplified navigation and enhanced search capabilities to help visitors find and discover exactly what they need. Responsive design makes the site easy to use across browsers and devices.

The website connects to the Epiroc Shop Online system where customers can easily handle Epiroc orders 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Other components of the site include a newsroom, media gallery, careers area, corporate information section and links to follow Epiroc on social media.

“We are excited to unveil our new website to the industries we serve,” said Turgay Ozan, President of Epiroc USA LLC. “Epiroc is committed to supporting and collaborating with our partners. The dynamic new platform reflects our commitment to serving our customers, now and in the future.”

Epiroc is a subsidiary of the Atlas Copco Group that is planned to be listed on the stock exchange in 2018. Atlas Copco announced in January 2017 that the Group will split into two companies in 2018: Atlas Copco, focusing on industrial customers, and Epiroc, focusing on mining, infrastructure and natural resources customers.

In the U.S., Epiroc began operating as an independent business on Dec. 1, 2017, providing market-leading products and services to the mining, infrastructure and natural resources industries. The split with Atlas Copco is proceeding according to plan, but remains subject to approval by Atlas Copco shareholders in April 2018.