Atlas Copco Acquires U.S. Compressor Distributor

Atlas Copco’s newest asset, MidState Air Compressor, has 15 employees and covers markets in Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
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Swedish industrial manufacturer Atlas Copco on Tuesday announced it has acquired MidState Air Compressor, a Berlin, Connecticut-based distributor of compressors. Financial terms of the deal weren’t disclosed.

MidState Air Compressor has 15 employees and covers markets in Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts.

“MidState Air Compressor has a strong reputation and a large, loyal customer base, which is supported by an experienced and dedicated team of employees,” said Vagner Rego, business area president, Compressor Technique. “This acquisition allows us to focus on growing our business and continue to strengthen our market presence in the region.”

The company will become part of Quincy Compressor LLC, which is part of Atlas Copco’s Industrial Air division within the Compressor Technique Business Area.

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