ATN factory closure

By Euan Youdale23 March 2020

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To comply with government requirements, French aerial platform manufacturer ATN has shut down its factory until 31 March.

As a result, only spare part shipments will be possible. The main focus in coming weeks is to ensure the safety of all ATN employees. ”Nevertheless our customers must be attended to in case of any issues with their machine, so service colleagues are available by phone and spare part shipments are still possible,” said an ATN spokesman. 

ATN was acquired in 2018 by Italy-based Fassi Group. Company CEO Gilles Cheval, added, ”Given extraordinary circumstances we are facing today, we had to take the difficult decision to close our factory. For that reason, we will not be able to achieve promised delivery times in the coming months.

“As soon as factory re-opens, we will be able to rework our production schedule and inform trustworthy delivery dates. Customer satisfaction is our priority, and we thank you for your understanding. Take good care of you and your loved ones.”

 

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