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New and Expanding Business for ATEC

New Business ATEC is delighted to announce that we have secured new orders from Rockford Components Ltd; Rockford Components is the UK’s largest independent provider of wiring, interconnect and system solutions for defence, aerospace, and industrial sectors. We are exploring several synergies between our two companies. We hope we can continue to work closely to…

Enhanced production layout at ATEC Wardley site

We recognise the importance of continuing investment to maintaining the highest standards of service delivery across our business and the sectors we serve. As we reported back in the early spring, for much of 2017 we have been engaged in a process of upgrade and renewal across the production area at our Wardley base. We can now report that…

Sustaining Supplier Standards

Our quality and continuous improvement teams are constantly working to ensure we achieve the highest possible standards to meet the exacting needs of our world-class customers. We regularly welcome customer quality teams to our Wardley site to conduct their own, independent audits. Assessments to supplier standards in recent months have been typical… ATEC: Top 5% with Rolls…

ATEC – Looking forward to 2018

2017 has been another successful year for ATEC and we are now looking forward to an exciting 12 months ahead. The importance of recruitment The recruitment of key customer-facing roles over the past year has put ATEC into a strong position. We are now able to support our hugely important existing customer base while, at

AT Engine Controls at DSEI 2017

We are pleased to announce that we are exhibiting at Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) 2017 12-15 September at ExCel in London Docklands DSEI is the world leading event that brings together the global defence and security sector to innovate and share knowledge. DSEI represents the entire Defence and Security supply chain on an…

Another US trip to F16 TCG opens up more opportunity for ATEC

We have already reported on our initial visit to the USA earlier in the year as part of the Department for International Trade (DIT) mission working in collaboration with Composites & Aerospace of Northern Utah (CANU). During that visit, a key outcome recognised by all parties. To prosper in the US, we must continue to visit.

WORLD CUP 2018

Never one to miss an opportunity for a bit of fun in the workplace, we had our world cup-cake (see what we’ve done there) draw. A delicious slant on the traditional paper draw. All those taking part received a cup cake with an edible (of course) flag depicting the country they drew. We eagerly await…