Atlas Copco Appoints Nico Delvaux as President of the Compressor Technique Business Area

16.07.2014

Atlas Copco has appointed Nico Delvaux to be President of the Compressor Technique business area, effective August 1, 2014. He is currently President of the Construction Technique Business Area.

"Nico has proven strategic capabilities, a strong commitment in execution and an in-depth knowledge of the global compressor business,” said Ronnie Leten, President and CEO of the Atlas Copco Group. “This will be very valuable in his new mission to further accelerate the growth in the Compressor Technique business area.”

Nico Delvaux joined Atlas Copco in 1991. He has held management positions in several markets including Benelux, Italy, Canada and the United States. Nico Delvaux was President of the Service division within Compressor Technique before he became Business Area President for Construction Technique in 2011, based in China. He will continue to have China as his base until June 30, 2015 and as from July 1, 2015 he will be based in Antwerp, Belgium.

Nico Delvaux will remain member of Group Management and Senior Executive Vice President of Atlas Copco AB. Nico Delvaux is a Belgian citizen, born in 1966, with a degree in Electromechanics from the University of Brussels and a MBA from the Handelshogeschool in Antwerp, Belgium.

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