Atlas Composites manufacture a diverse range of carbon, glass and aramid fibre composite components and tooling, whilst maintaining the highest standards of professional ethics, behaviour and working practices at all times.
Our integrity can be measured by the consistency of our values, methods, expectations, and outcomes. We pride ourselves on our reputation, customer retention rate and the fact that for more than 15 years Atlas Composites have often been sought out as the preferred supplier within the composites industry.
Atlas Composites have the knowledge, scope and understanding to respond to any potential internal or external changes to positively effect the outcome of a program of work in a timely and cost effective manner.
We are committed to maintaining a stable workforce. Our accreditation’s are testimony to our reliability and as such Atlas Composites have recently attained the prestigious AS9100 Revision C and are currently working towards SC21 Bronze recognition.
Whether creativity relates to our thought processes or our ability to find solutions to the most demanding problems Atlas Composites have earned a reputation as industry leaders in the design and manufacture of composite structures.
Our customer approvals include some of the most dynamic and forward thinking companies in the industry who expect and demand continuous improvement. These include Airbus, Agusta Westland, BAE Systems, Bombardier, Cooper Antennas, GKN Westland, Lockheed Martin UK Insys, MBDA, Meggit Thermal Systems, Nordam, Thales.
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