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AT&F Receives Award at Komatsu Habitat for Humanity Fundraiser

Ken Ripich, EVP of Business Development, recently accepted an award on behalf of AT&F for 10 consecutive years of supporting the Komatsu Habitat for Humanity fundraiser.

Through the efforts of Komatsu and their valued supply base, a significant number of homes have been built forHabitat_For_Humanity_Award individuals and families in need. Ken shared, “Typically at this event, we would have the opportunity to meet a family and hear about their personal challenges. It is a humbling experience to hear how much their new home means to them and as you might imagine, there is not a dry eye in the room. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, we were not able to have the family present at this year’s event. Congratulations to Komatsu for their ability to maintain such an important program for Habitat. AT&F is pleased to do their part and we look forward to supporting this important program for years to come.”

About AT&F

In addition to supporting Habitat for Humanity, AT&F has donated to and volunteered for many important initiatives in the greater Cleveland community. A few of the organizations that AT&F supports include Ronald McDonald House, Wounded Warrior Project, Prayers from Maria, Saint Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Camp Imagine, and several local schools.


AT&F has over 80 years of experience, impressive equipment capabilities, and quality in their DNA. These qualities are aligned with AT&F’s core focus to Build, Protect, Energize, and Move the World through metal fabrication. The company has built an outstanding reputation of quality and innovation by providing custom and high volume steel fabrication to industries throughout the world. They are committed to customer success via specialized facilities and locations, and superior quality systems. AT&F is an ISO 9001:2015 certified fabricator with 600,000 square feet of manufacturing space in multiple locations, including Cleveland and Orrville, Ohio, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, and Aarhus, Denmark.