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Chicago Pneumatic Power Technique Continues to Shift Product Focus to Power

Wed April 18, 2018 - National Edition
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CP has expanded its core portfolio of air, power and flow products. Its lineup includes portable compressors, generators, light towers and pumps along with dedicated construction products including handheld pneumatic, electric and hydraulic tools.
CP has expanded its core portfolio of air, power and flow products. Its lineup includes portable compressors, generators, light towers and pumps along with dedicated construction products including handheld pneumatic, electric and hydraulic tools.

Chicago Pneumatic Power Technique (CP) is refining its focus with a core shift to power, the defining characteristic of the core product categories in its product portfolio: air (compressors and hand held tools), power (generators and light towers) and flow (pumps).

As part of this evolution, CP has officially transitioned its hydraulic attachments to Epiroc — a productivity partner for the mining, infrastructure and natural resources industries. This transition adds 14 RX breakers, six RC compactors and 18 CG grapples to the Epiroc lineup.

CP — which changed its name from Construction Equipment to Power Technique, in January — serves multiple segments, including construction, industrial, drilling, oil and gas and petrochemicals.

“By moving hydraulic attachments to Epiroc, CP can now focus on the core part of our business: power,” said Jonathan Cook, vice president at CP. “Construction has always been the lifeblood of our company and CP will remain fully committed to it. But we are looking forward to having a bigger footprint in additional industries.”

CP has expanded its core portfolio of air, power and flow products. Its lineup includes portable compressors, generators, light towers and pumps along with dedicated construction products including handheld pneumatic, electric and hydraulic tools. The manufacturer has introduced five new light towers, three vacuum prime centrifugal pumps and a small range of five dewatering pumps to the North American market this year.

For more information, visit www.cp.com.




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