Leadership in Military Engine Support

Caroline Bennitt News

Atec has been a key provider of military aircraft engine support since the 1960s. Today, our companies provide services, products and facilities for testing and maintaining most of our militaries’ major engines. Legacy jet engines—we have the history to sustain the older turbines. State of the art fighter engines—our technical team supports the programs for the F22 & F35, as …

Remanufacturing: Repair Strength at Atec

Caroline Bennitt Uncategorized

Over our 67-year history, Atec Companies have dealt with about every item in allied military engine support. Because aeroengines are physically substantial, test and support systems have precision steel framing. Important subcomponents often have salvageable housings, interior parts, connectors, etc. Such key components may also be out of manufacture, and “reman” repair may be the only affordable solution. In other …

FSRs on the Go!
By: Emily Pataki

Caroline Bennitt News

“Who do you want in your foxhole?” It’s a question born out of military combat action, but for the rest of us, it can be a question we ask to determine who we want at hand in challenging times or when difficult decisions need to be made. When it comes to the complex, highly specialized engine support work Atec’s customers …

Carefully Working Through CoronaVirus

Caroline Bennitt News

Valued Employees, Customers and Suppliers, this is an unprecedented time around the world with the uncertainty of COVID-19. Houston has issued a “Stay Home, Work Safe” order which will be in effect until Friday, April 30. This order applies to most businesses except for federal critical infrastructure sectors and essential business services, allowing critical infrastructure operations to remain open.  As …

Atec awarded EPaS Contract Supporting the U.S. Navy

Caroline Bennitt News

Atec received a Multi-Award Contract for the FRCs, Fleet Readiness Centers, on May 28, 2019. The Equipment Procurement & Sustainment contract was Congressionally approved and is a Multi-Award Contract for Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity. This new EPaS award is our second USN IDIQ effort coming on the heels of our assumption of the NAVSUP Weapons Systems Support—JETI, SETI, TPTI IDIQ 2 …

Welcoming our new Consultants, Jim Fleming and Pat Julik

Caroline Bennitt News

Atec is please to announce that Jim Fleming and Patrick Julik have joined the Atec team as exclusive consultants. Both Fleming and Julik bring respected knowledge and large test cell experience to Atec. Fleming is attending MRO Americas this week in Atlanta and Julik is visiting Atec, assisting in the company’s project activities. Atec is in an extreme period of …

Atec Manufactured Battery Adapter Plates Installed on ISS

Caroline Bennitt Atec in Space

NASA Flight engineers completed an almost 7-hour spacewalk today to install and connect lithium-ion batteries and battery adapter plates. The new lithium-ion batteries are replacing the old nickel-hydrogen batteries and have improved power capacity.  The astronauts also did work to prepare for future spacewalks by adding handrails to navigate the worksites. Future spacewalks will include additional upgrades of the batteries …

Atec Exhibits at Farnborough Airshow

Caroline Bennitt News

Atec and Vital Link Europe exhibited at the Farnborough Airshow from July 16-22, 2018. The Farnborough Airshow is one of the largest aerospace events in the world with more than 1500 companies exhibiting from over 52 countries. Atec and VLE were honored to be invited by the Office of the Governor to exhibit in the Texas Pavilion. The Atec and …

140 Successful Launches with Atec Valves

Caroline Bennitt Atec in Space

On May 5, Atec celebrated our 140th launch success with InSight’s Mission to Mars. The launch took place from Vandenberg AFB and InSight is on a six-month journey to Mars. Atec-manufactured valves, on the upper stage Centaur engine, are propelling the spacecraft on its course to the red planet. InSight is scheduled to land on Mars in November. It will …

Growth Around the Globe
By: Emily Pataki

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It’s 8 pm in Singapore, and the Atec, Inc. office run by Kok Pin (KP) Tan is finalizing technical support for its clients in Asia.  In a time zone four hours away, Patrick Fourcampre-Maye of Vital Link Europe (VLE) is finishing an afternoon meeting in Dubai on test cell maintenance in UAE and Saudi Arabia. Simultaneously, Atec Chairman and CEO …