Who we are
ATC Aero-Structure Technologies Cyclone is a joint venture between the Israeli electronics firm Elbit Systems and the Georgian state-owned Partnership Fund.
ATC is under construction and will be fully operational during 2018.
What we do
ATC core competencies will include:
• Composites parts for aircrafts
• Composites aerostructure sub-assemblies and assemblies for various commercial aerospace applications.
• ATC will be certified by major OEMs such as Boeing and others.
The facility will have a state-of-the-art infrastructure, to ensure high-quality composites parts.
The facility is located 20 minutes from the international airport of Tbilisi.
ATC plan is to have 300 employees within the next few years.
Georgia has successful past experience in the Aerospace industry. ATC is bringing it back.
High performance and visionary thinking – these are the values that represent ATC.
This joint venture between the Israeli high technology company Elbit Systems and the Georgian state-owned Partnership Fund will employ up to 300 people, trained by Israeli specialists at Elbit’s facility. It will ensure that ATC has access to the necessary know-how to produce high-quality composite. Parts.
Customer and Partners
ATC will start producing carbon-fiber beams for the aircrafts.
The first customer will be Elbit Systems – Cyclone.
Potential customers are aerospace OEMs and Tier 1 & 2 suppliers.