Vagner Rego Next President and CEO of Atlas Copco Group

The Board of Directors of Atlas Copco AB has appointed Vagner Rego as the new President and CEO of Atlas Copco Group, effective May 1st, 2024. He will replace Mats Rahmström who has, as previously communicated, requested to leave his position after successfully leading the Group since 2017.
Vagner Rego Next President and CEO of Atlas Copco Group

From left to right: Vagner Rego, Hans Stråberg, Mats Rahmström (Image source: Atlas Copco AB)

“Vagner Rego is an appreciated leader with a proven track-record in successfully growing and developing the Compressor Technique business area”, said Hans Stråberg, Chair of the Board. “With his extensive experience and in-depth business and technology knowledge he is very well suited to lead and further develop the Group”.

Vagner Rego, currently Senior Executive Vice President and President of the Compressor Technique business area, joined the Group in 1996 as a trainee engineer in his native country Brazil. In 2006 he was appointed Business Line Manager for Compressor Technique Service in Brazil and in 2010, he became Vice President Marketing and Sales for the Compressor Technique Service division, based in Belgium. He has also been General Manager for Power Technique’s Customer Center in Brazil. Before he took on his current position in 2017, he was President for the Compressor Technique Service division.

Vagner Rego is a Brazilian citizen and was born in 1972. He has a degree in mechanical engineering from Mackenzie University and an MBA from Ibmec Business School, both located in Brazil. Vagner Rego will be based in Stockholm, Sweden.

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