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Representing leading suppliers from Europe and USA to meet the needs of Iraq’s industrial growth


Industrial division

  • Oil and gas sector
    We supply rotating equipment products as listed below for the oil and gas sectors, providing product to site, installing, commissioning and also repair and overhaul, from small items such as transmission chain and valves, to large complete pump sets, treatment plant, compressor stations, well head, and instrumentation for upstream and downstream projects (exploration and production/processing stages)
  • Water and sewage treatment and handling
    We supply special products including large sewage and water pumps and complete stations, screening for sewage, treatment plant for sewage and water. Atlas have supplied and installed many water treatment plants for drinking water and are also active in pumping and treatment of water used in refining and also secondary recovery on oil wells, where the treated water is injected into the wells under high pressure to boost production.
  • Process plant
    We provide treatment plant for oily water treatment for the oil industry and other sectors.
  • Cement
    We have extensive experience providing specialist equipment for the cement plants in Iraq which include wearing parts of pumps, conveyors, gearboxes for the main drives, screw compressors, pumps for water and slurries.
  • Power generation
    Atlas have installed major power generation and electrical equipment for base load and standby power generation facilities, working with several main engine suppliers in Europe, providing the electrical, mechanical and civil engineering support needed for on site completion.
  • Transfer technology and know-how
    We identified a strong need to provide formally and internationally accepted training programmes in Iraq for the power station operation and maintenance sector (diesel and turbine power plants) and related equipment training. Atlas are able to organise training sessions from UK providers either in Iraq, regionally, or in UK, for teams of staff in a wide range of operation and maintenance areas which are key to increasing and maintaining availability of power as Iraq’s demand for energy in all forms, increases.