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Report - ATP Industries Ltd, Hednesford, Staffs July 2011

A man called Martyn

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The Company relocated from its old Victoria street site to a new factory at the former Cannock wood colliery.This is in advance of the redevelopment of Victoria street, Hednesford for a new Tesco supermarket and other retail units.
Lowdown on the Company:
ATP Industries Group Limited is Europe's largest independant re-manufacturer of Automatic Transmissions, Torque Converters, Industrial Transmissions, Manual Gearboxes and Electronics, such as ECU's, Audio Systems and DVD players. We aim to encompass all aspects of automotive re-manufacturing

Automotive
As a supplier to leading Original Equipment Manufacturers our business encompasses a complete one stop shop for all aspects of the modern transmission and torque converter.

Industrial
ATP Industrial Transmissions Ltd was formed in 1980 and supplies rebuilt transmissions, torque converters and parts into the forklift, backhoe, telescopic handler and mobile crane market.

Electronics
ATP Electronic Developments Ltd supply major Original Equipment Manufacturers with re-manufactured electronic ECUs, instrument clusters, CD players, GPS systems and much more. ATP Electronics
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Prior to ATP using the factory it was a home to Bloxwich Lock,Which later became Bloxwich Engineering.
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The extension to the frontage housed a short lived venture by the firm into the world of fast food.Selling cooked german sausage.I think it was called The Wurst Place.But I am going back to the 1980s and the memory is not what it once was.
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The Warehouse was a later extension to the Factory built on the site of the Hednesford Gas works and later on the Mines Rescue Station.
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The new site at Cannock Wood.
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