ATC History and Transformation
In 1994 ATC was formed for the purposes of acquiring and consolidating businesses in the fragmented drivetrain remanufacturing industry. We began trading publicly (NASDAQ-GS ATAC) two years later.
Over a five-year period beginning in 1998, ATC began eliminating non-core businesses such as the distribution of aftermarket parts and exited the aftermarket business. During that time, the Company became focused on initiatives designed to create continuous improvement.
In 2004, ATC turned its attention toward a growth-and customer service-oriented business model, with an acute focus on growing the ATC Logistics & Electronics business.
Thirteen years after going public, ATC is not the same Company. We've been growing and evolving. ATC is dedicated to the concept of growth through an integrated plan of products and services, targeted acquisitions, and maintaining strong relationships with existing customers while attracting new customers.
To this day, ATC continues to base its business model on the basic tenets of Quality, Service, Efficiency & Growth. In adhering to these four pillars we are able to deliver effective solutions that help our customers to succeed.