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Investors in People Sixth Generation

IIP Sixth Generation, ATEC’s Journey of Continuous Improvement. Our journey began back in 2013 when we took the decision to work with Investors in People as we recognised that IIP sets out the criteria for high performance through people. “It is a simple framework to benchmark the effectiveness of leadership and management practices in any…

Forever Manchester Football 7’s

Friday 23rd March saw the annual Forever Manchester Football 7s Tournament take place. This year’s Forever Manchester Football 7s Tournament, took place on the 3G Pitches at FC United’s Broadhurst Park in Moston, ATEC joined other amazing local businesses to play for the Forever Manchester shield. The full-sized floodlit 3G pitch at Broadhurst Park was divided into…

Strong start to 2017 reinforces ATEC roots

Over the past couple of years, we have been working hard to spread the word about ATEC and the high quality, bespoke engineering services we deliver. We recognise that although the business grew up from the demanding world of aircraft systems support, the skills and expertise we have built up are relevant to a much wider…

Salford University Technology Tournament – 2017

On March 15th the Rotary Club of Worsley held their Technology Tournament promoting STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. This year they expected to host teams from four schools, with each school providing five teams who will be competing in five separate challenges. Carl Willcock (Production Engineer) and Josh Walters (Mechanical Apprentice) attended the technology tournament in…

Significant Developments on Standards and Procedures

In a business where obsolescence management and critical systems support are core, it goes without saying that AT Engine Controls needs to continually work to achieve the highest possible standards and best-practice engineering. We also recognise that it is always possible to raise standards even higher which means that no matter how satisfied our clients,…

ATEC Customer Engagement Team expands again

Over the past 2 years, AT Engine Controls has been on a mission of Customer Engagement. It was back in 2015 that we recognised our focus on engineering excellence, together with our growth plans, would be better served with a more pro-active approach to developing strong, face-to-face relationships with our customers and markets. To begin…

The Apprentice (s) Update

November saw our very own Apprentices Ryan Leach and Josh Walters complete the first part of their apprenticeship which they embarked upon 3 years ago. Both were awarded their certificates by Gerry Lawrenson, Learning Development Officer with Alliance Learning. Well done! A shout out to the team here at ATEC who have helped both Apprentices…

ATEC’s new Sales Team reinforces our commitment to customer service

As part of our ongoing commitment to a customer-centred culture, AT Engine Controls have restructured our Business Development Team including taking on 2 new members of staff in key roles. Supported by Key Accounts Co-Ordinator, David Gould and Export & Despatch Clerk, Carol Booth, our new Key Account Manager, Lisa Boyle is focusing on building ever closer relationships with…

Obsolescence Management for process-critical systems

For users of engineered systems, it is important to get the best return on any investment and often keeping existing systems running efficiently beyond the OEM’s declared end-of-life can give significant cost savings and other efficiency benefits. Ultimately, any system will become too inefficient or too expensive to maintain. Obsolescence Management enables systems to keep