For more than 70 years, AT&F has been providing custom steel components to heavy industrial, energy and defense industries with a focus on exceeding customer expectations. Our extensive heavy fabricating capabilities, including long forming, laser and plasma cutting, robotic contour beveling, heavy rolling and welding capabilities are all an answer to our customer’s needs and influence industry.
CLEVELAND, OH--(Marketwire - March 28, 2011) - The American Tank & Fabricating Company (AT&F) is a proven leader in the Pressure Vessel Industry. The company has the longest-running "U" Stamp and many years of experience serving the marketplace with reliable quality tanks, vessels and metal components. ASME "U" Stamp Number 14 was awarded to AT&F the first year the ASME began issuing numbered stamp certifications. Stamp numbers 1 through 13 are no longer active. This is quite a distinction as ASME recently issued stamp number 40,494. AT&F Has the Longest-Running ASME "U" Stamp.
CLEVELAND, Ohio – February 16, 2011 – AMTANK Armor is dedicated to meeting the US Army’s mandate of “Institutional Adaptation” with its protective building systems and will exhibit the technology at AUSA’s ILW Winter Symposium. Exposition in Fort Lauderdale, February 23rd through 25th (Booth #2600).
CLEVELAND, OH — December 1, 2010 — AT&F Advanced Metals, LLC, a fully-owned subsidiary of Cleveland-based AT&F (American Tank & Fabricating Company), is completing production on the innovative and first of its kind Bench Scale Reactor System developed with AdvanceBio System, LLC of Cincinnati. The system is an advancement in the efforts to make commercial production of ethanol and other biofuels from cellulosic biomass cost-competitive and environmentally sustainable, and supports the advanced biofuels goals of the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007.
AT&F Nuclear Inc., in coordination with its parent, The American Tank & Fabricating Company (AT&F), begins operations November 30 at its newly built AT&F Nuclear Fabrication Building, 12314 Elmwood Avenue, Cleveland, OH. The 32,000-square-foot building addition will be one of the first 100-ton crane capacity structures built in the United States in decades, representing AT&F's response to the emerging global nuclear new-build market, according to company officials. The facility will be used for the welding and assembly of nuclear components and the clean-environment fabrication of non-safety and safety-related metal components.