ATW Assembly & Test Worldwide

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Assembly & Test Worldwide
Type Private
Founded 1933
Headquarters Dayton, Ohio
Key people Dick Glennon, President/CEO; Gene Haffely, COO; John Logan, Chairman
Products Industrial Automation, AEM Material Handling, Automated Assembly Systems, Functional Testing Systems
Employees 710 (2008)
Website www.assembly-testww.com

Assembly & Test Worldwide (ATW) is made up of a group of companies that started manufacturing high-technology machinery in the 1930s.

ATW is a global company that makes custom automation systems for a range of industries. These include the renewable energy, medical, consumer products, pharmaceutical, automotive, and appliance industries. ATW applies a wide range of technologies and engineered solutions in all components of discrete part processing.

Assembly & Test Worldwide provides specialties for a broad range of equipment needs, including assembly, test, custom processing, metalworking, and material handling. ATW provides complete turnkey design and builds services for their customers.

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ATW has employees at 12 worldwide locations and has an approximate annual revenue of $150M. There are 7 sites in the United States; 1 in Brazil; 1 in Germany; 2 in China; and 1 in India. ATW sites total (687,000 sq. ft) with the largest being 350,000 sq. ft. at the Lebanon, MO site. ATW has sites totaling (372,916 sq. ft.) outside the US. ATW is a certified ISO 9001:2000 and ISO 14001. Also, ATW is VDA 6.4 in the German operation.

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As of 2008, ATW’s market provided 44% of its services to the auto industry. Another 27% was towards life sciences.

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