A propos d’ATI
AUTOMATION – INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICITY – ROBOTICS
THAT MAKE THE DIFFERENCE
Quality and experience
Quality service from experienced staff. Our reputation for excellence and the breadth of our service offering are well established.
90 employees at your service
supported by a large Group which allows us to quickly mobilise large human and multi-technical resources for your projects.
In order to improve its performance level, ATI has decided to implement an integrated Quality, Safety, Health and Environment (QSSE) Management System in accordance with VCA** standards.
To achieve this, we are committed to:
Raising awareness, training and empowering all our staff in the management of Quality, Safety, Health and Environmental performance
To be part of a process of continuous improvement of our services, our organisation and our performance in order to satisfy our clients and perpetuate our activities
The first steps in Remersdael
Jean-Marie Ernst founds ATI Industrie in Remersdael. At that time, the company had only three employees and was only active in the field of industrial electricity.
The expansion of the family business
ATI grows and builds a solid reputation, based on quality and a real local service. Its offices quickly become too small and a new building is built in Thimister-Clermont, in the Verviers region (Province of Liege).
Automation, cabling, logistics, design office, lighting, … Its service offer is evolving and will fully integrate robotics from 2019.
The ATI team logically accompanies this growth to gradually pass the 80-person mark, while the company’s offices have undergone no less than three expansions for the creation of an assembly hall, the addition of a storage hall and the extension of the administrative offices.
Integration in the Eiffage Group
On 1 January 2020, ATI Industrie will become part of the Belgian branch Eiffage Energie Systèmes of the Eiffage Group, the European leader in construction and concessions.
Jean-Marie Ernst will hand over the management of the company to Jean-Yves Denoël, who will capitalise on his knowledge of ATI and its customers to continue the company’s growth.
Industrial vision and the first AGV
ATI is further expanding its range of services. In 2021, it acquired the Liège-based company VIC Ing, which specialises in stock management (WMS, SGW) and vision-based quality control and compliance systems.
In 2022, it will put its first AGV (Automated Guided Vehicle) into service in Luxembourg, at Accumalux.