ATG Technologies - Process Engineering, Studies and Creations, Robotics
In the industrial sector, ATG Technologies specializes in advanced technologies. It has developed innovative solutions for automation and production control in industry as its core business. The company meets the needs of its international customers by offering turnkey solutions, from the preliminary design to the construction and implementation of equipment.
Who are the founders of ATG Technologies?
In order to cement ATG Technologies’ reputation, its creators, Jean-Marc Brutti, Jean-Pierre Kuhn and Francis Norsa, have combined their experience and skills in the largest French industrial groups. In the industrial, pharmaceutical, agri-food, postal sorting, electronics and energy markets, ATG Technologies has gradually developed its know-how by using an intensive marketing strategy over the past twenty years.
ATG Technologies has chosen Avignon to set up its industrial premises including 400m2 of workshop and 300m2 of offices in which its team applies its know-how in the design of various collaborative robotics solutions with innovative technologies. These solutions are then installed worldwide.
Having become a true standard-bearer particularly in technological applications in the electronics sector, ATG Technologies is mainly focused on performance and innovation and is always ready to meet all challenges with its partners and customers.
The acquisition of ATG Technologies by MGA Technologies
In its drive for growth, MGA Technologies has successfully acquired ATG Technologies. Specialized in the design and manufacture of various process machines, assembly lines, custom-made machines, and tests dedicated to the biotechnology, medical, pharmaceutical and high-tech industries, MGA Technologies offers its services to renowned companies in the industry, taking into account the level of their requirements in terms of respect for the integrity and performance of the manufactured product.
By acquiring ATG Technologies, MGA Technologies is consolidating its position as a major player in the field of advanced technology for the industry of the future, especially in vision and robotics applications, with proven experience in collaborative robotics.
MGA Technologies’ main customers are:
- Schneider Electric
- Boehringer Ingelheim
- Becton Dickinson
- Federal Mogul
- EFI Automotie
The group currently has 65 employees at its offices in Lyon and Avignon with a turnover of around €15 million.
The arrival of this new venture consolidates MGA Technologies’ position in the high-end market with the integration, in its design phases, of virtual reality. MGA Technologies achieve this position through programming machines that are increasingly connected, communicating and, in the near future, learning.