ATL announce two new contracts


19th January 2021

ATL Turbine Services is delighted to announce two significant military aviation contract wins which will further develop the strategic growth of the company and between them will secure over £1.5M of business.

The first award is with a major UK based OEM and is an extension of an existing contract, taking the term through to the end of 2024. Dale Harris, CEO, commented, “Retaining business with an established customer is an excellent reflection of the service the whole ATL team provides and is a real boost to morale at a challenging time for everyone. We are very pleased to have this contract secured for the next four years and look forward to continuing our relationship with this valued customer.”

The second significant award is with a new client, on a new aero engine platform for ATL. Maurice Rutten, ATL’s Business Development Director, explains, “Applying ATL’s expertise, resources and technologies to new engine platforms is key to ATL’s future growth. It provides us with new market and new growth potential, a widened scope and increased capabilities. It also increases the overall value of ATL as a strategic component repair supplier to the MRO community. This new and latest contract is with a major European maintenance and repair organisation and has been a significant contract to win, especially considering our Brexit headwinds. The contract includes the repair of turbine engine components that this client has up until now had to replace at great expense.”

Harris concludes, “Like a great many companies, we have had severe challenges over the last year but these awards are testament to our team and how they have all worked in different ways to maintain the essential service we deliver to our customers.”

ATL Turbine Services

ATL has a broad range of specialised gas turbine component repair capabilities, offering customers cost effective alternatives to outright replacement. As an engineering solution provider, we are able to rebuild parts back to a fully restored condition so that they have the same integrity and durability as new parts.

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