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ATI Performance Products Expands to New Facility

Construction build-out on the new space should be completed by the end of the third quarter.

BALTIMORE, Md. — After more than 30 years in its current facility, transmission and performance component manufacturer ATI Performance Products has announced plans to expand its current campus to include a second plant in order to facilitate its continued growth.

“We were extremely fortunate to find such a great space, which is literally across the street from our current facility. We have purchased additional machinery and we are committed to continuing our history of making ATI product in house with state-of-the-art equipment and the good old American know how, oversight and excellence,” said JC Beattie Jr., vice president of operations.

Construction build-out on the new space should be completed by the end of the third quarter. The move will be seamless to ATI customers.

“Through all the various economic downturns, racers continue to race, buy equipment and support the people who support them. I couldn’t think of a better sport to be in or anywhere else that you will find this kind of dedication and commitment,” Beattie added.

ATI Performance Products specializes in producing and maintaining high performance products for street and strip applications and over the years has established a reputation for its cutting edge technology, attention to detail and rigorous testing under race conditions.

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