Atlas Copco Appoints Mikael Andersson as President of the Power and Flow Division

Atlas Copco has announced Mikael Andersson’s appointment as President of Power Technique’s Power and Flow division, effective from the 1st of February 2021. In this new role, Mikael Andersson will lead the global business with the target to strengthen the market position of the division in its three core pillars: power, light, and flow.
Atlas Copco Appoints Mikael Andersson as President of the Power and Flow Division

Mikael Andersson (Image source: Altas Copco AB)

Mikael Andersson has held the position of general manager for Power Technique North America since 2018. He has held various roles within Atlas Copco since he started working with the company in 2002 as a controller for Rock Drills in Sweden.

“Mikael has gained good experience from his time in Power Technique,” said Andrew Walker, Business Area President Power Technique. “With his proven track record in management, finance, as well as sales and service development; he will take the division to the next level.”

Since 2018, Atlas Copco’s Power and Flow division has accelerated innovation and product development of generators, light towers, and pumps, ensuring the products needed for Atlas Copco’s customers. Mikael Andersson states his mission as: “The Power and Flow division will continue developing innovative products to help our customers to grow in a sustainable way.”

Mikael is a Swedish citizen. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business and Economics from the University of Örebro and a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Gothenburg.

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