AT&F’s core focus is to Build, Protect, Energize, and Move the world through metal fabrication. The Company knows that customers deserve to interface with a highly responsive, dedicated team. This is why AT&F has devoted its efforts to clearly identifying the Company’s three uniques, running the business on EOS, living their core values, and defining and executing its proven process.
AT&F has been selected by Smart Business Magazine as one of the 2021 Evolution of Manufacturing honorees. AT&F will be recognized at the Evolution of Manufacturing virtual conference on February 25th and mentioned in a special editorial report in the February 2021 edition of Smart Business Magazine. According to the conference website, “Since 2006, the Evolution of Manufacturing Conference & Awards honor Northeast Ohio manufacturers for their ability to innovate, create and drive these processes resulting in a positive impact on their bottom line.” The 2021 award is especially honorable because it was given to manufacturing businesses in Northern Ohio that have proven to successfully evolve their manufacturing operations to adapt to the global economy, as well as this past year during COVID-19.
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CLEVELAND, Oct. 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- AT&F is pleased to announce another major investment in cutting technology. The heavy-duty gantry shape cutting machine includes 5-axis and dual plate capabilities, as well as next-generation software for faster operation and reduced setup time. The newly installed equipment will serve industries including construction, mining, defense, energy, transportation, and any project that requires heavy plate processing. This investment perfectly aligns with AT&F's core focus to Build, Protect, Energize, and Move the World through metal fabricating.
CLEVELAND, May 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Aligned with their core focus to Build, Protect, Energize and Move the world through metal fabrication, AT&F has made another major investment in a 5-axis, 10K fiber optic laser machine. This equipment was recently installed and is now actively cutting parts. The cutting envelope is 10 feet wide by 60 feet long and is equipped with a shuttle table system, allowing for continuous production around the clock.
AT&F is pleased to announce they have once again achieved ISO certification. The company is registered with Smithers to the ISO 9001:2015 standard at the Cleveland, Ohio headquarters location. By the end of 2020, the other enterprise locations are expected to also achieve certification, including AT&F Wisconsin and AT&F Advanced Metals in Orrville, Ohio. This certification reflects AT&F’s commitment to customer-focused processes that provide quality products, assure on-time delivery, and reduce waste. According to Ken Ripich, EVP of Sales and Marketing, “Our company has 3 primary differentiators that set us apart from the competition: investment in large and highly diversified equipment, almost 80 years of fabricating experience, and our passion for quality is in our DNA.”
AT&F supports its ‘green’ customers by partnering with them to fabricate large scale specialty alloy fabrications used in a variety of processes. These processes include waste to fuel, water, emission control and many others. According to Ryan Culbertson, Director of Business Development for AT&F Advanced Metals, “Our customers come to us because we are experts in the management of these complex fabrications and quality is at the center of everything we do. Yes it is exciting to be involved in these projects that are important to our customers, but it is equally satisfying knowing that AT&F is contributing by manufacturing products that are environmentally responsible.”