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Need help getting your Compressed Air System operational? Give Atlas a call

Has your facility been shut down over the last several weeks due to the Coronavirus? If so, your compressed air system could be in trouble when you start back up - unless you take the proper precautions.Air Compressors love to run 24/7. Shutting a compressor down for a prolonged period can cause numerous issues requiring repair if they aren’t started back up properly, and the last thing you need right now is to finally get to start production, only to have to shut down yet again. We know your cu...

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A Letter from Atlas' President

In uncertain times like these, we want to remind you that ATLAS Machine and Supply is here to support your company through this hardship. Cost savings is undeniably a major priority for everyone right now. Here is how we can help:1) Repairing a piece of equipment is generally cheaper than replacing it. For a fraction of the cost of replacing a part, and in a fraction of the time, we can provide you with a repair for your machinery that meets or exceeds its original performance.2) ATLAS will prov...

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Atlas announces "Veteran Performers" for 2020

At the beginning of each year, Atlas announces those employees who have reached the milestone of 15 years of employment at the company. A total of seven employees will attain this 15-year mark--known as the "Veteran Performer" status--in 2020.Those employees achieving the special Veteran Performer designation work for Atlas in a variety of positions throughout the company. Their addition brings the total of Veteran Performers to 50--or about 25% of all the employees who work at Atlas.Those achie...

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Two employees awarded “Journeyman Machinist” status

Two Atlas apprentices--Austin McGee and Nick Webster--have achieved the nationally recognized Journeyman Machinist certification from the Kentucky Department of Labor. The achievement was accomplished through their participation in Atlas’ Apprenticeship Program. To receive the special Journeyman designation, Austin and Nick completed 576 hours of classroom work and 8,000 hours of paid on-the-job training. The achievement took four years to complete. The young men were formally presented their ce...

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