To celebrate, representatives from the company joined in ringing NASDAQ’s opening bell in New York City on Feb. 21.
Established in 1984, CAS provides professional equipment sales, system design, installation, 24/7 service for compressed air and industrial vacuum systems to North Carolina, South Carolina and Central Virginia.
This year, Atlas Copco has pledged $51,000 to support three clean-water-driven projects.
Atlas Copco has been involved with SHR since the team’s inception in 2009, serving as a technical partner.
A $25,000 donation to Can’d Aid will deliver more than 50,000 cans of fresh drinking water to the area.
The acquired business will operationally become part of Atlas Copco’s Compressor Technique service division.
The company says its new, low-cost NGMs 1-3 membrane technology units offer a highly efficient, compact and simple on-site solution for low-flow N2 requirements, with the added benefits of minimal maintenance and operational costs.
As a long-established distributor of Atlas Copco, the company specializes in air installations and associated services.
Eshelman is succeeding John Brookshire, who has decided to retire after 33 years of service within the Atlas Copco Group.
Atlas Copco has been involved with SHR since its inception and serves as a technical partner to the championship-winning NASCAR team.