Atlas Copco appoints dealer in Florida

By |  May 4, 2016
MECO Miami will now carry Atlas Copco's line of equipment, including its Dynapac CC4200 double drum vibratory rollers. Photo courtesy of Atlas Copco.

MECO Miami will now carry Atlas Copco’s line of equipment, including its Dynapac CC4200 double drum vibratory rollers. Photo courtesy of Atlas Copco.

Atlas Copco Construction Equipment appointed MECO Miami Inc. as a dealer for its customers in Pompano Beach, Fla. MECO Miami will now carry the full range of Atlas Copco equipment, including air compressors, asphalt rollers, light towers, handheld tools and soil rollers.

“MECO Miami has a great history of supporting its customers,” says Alan Kurus, Atlas Copco Construction Equipment’s vice president of sales. “Our customers can rest assured that their equipment needs will be met while working with MECO, and I’m confident that MECO will continue representing the Atlas Copco brand well.”

MECO is a family-owned company that has been selling, renting and servicing a variety of new and used equipment and parts for the agriculture, cranes, heavy lifting, mining and road construction industries in the United States and worldwide for more than 40 years.

“We chose to represent Atlas Copco and its equipment because there is an increasing demand for high-quality products in our area,” says Michael Vazquez, MECO Miami owner. “Atlas Copco helps us fill this growing demand.”

Atlas Copco is a provider of sustainable productivity solutions. It serves customers in more than 180 countries with products and services focused on productivity, energy efficiency, safety and ergonomics. It offers a wide selection of compressors, vacuum solutions and air treatment systems, construction, portable energy and mining equipment, power tools and assembly systems.

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