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Atlas Copco Compressors Extends Partnership with Stewart-Haas Racing in 2013


Team headquarters to add new SmartLink technology to its compressed air system

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As part of the celebration of Atlas Copco’s 140th anniversary, Atlas Copco Compressors has extended its partnership with Stewart-Haas Racing and will be an associate sponsor of Ryan Newman’s No. 39 Quicken Loans Chevrolet SS for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race Oct. 12 at Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway.

“Atlas Copco Compressors has enjoyed an exceptional partnership with Stewart-Haas Racing since 2007, both as a compressed air provider and a sponsor,” said Paul Humphreys, vice president communications and branding for Atlas Copco Compressors.

The Stewart-Haas Racing headquarters in Kannapolis, N.C. will be outfitted with Atlas Copco Compressors’ new SmartLink technology as part of the continued relationship. The new technology provides 24/7 remote monitoring of the team’s compressed air system to ensure continuous uptime and peak performance.

Augmenting Atlas Copco’s role with Stewart-Haas Racing is an internal promotion where Atlas Copco employees will have the opportunity to win their name printed on Newman’s car along with the Atlas Copco logo.

“Putting an employee’s name on Ryan Newman’s No. 39 Quicken Loans Chevrolet is another way for us to honor our people during our 140th anniversary,” added Humphreys. “Our people are the key to our success and we’re excited about acknowledging this fact in front of millions of race fans.”

A few key customers will also join Atlas Copco at the track for the weekend’s events, including an opportunity to access the garage with credentials for the full race weekend, two suite tickets to the race on Oct. 12 and an opportunity to visit Newman’s No. 39 transporter.