Asian Transmission Corporation Marks Major Production Milestone

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Text: / Photos: courtesy of Mitsubishi Press | posted August 09, 2010 16:58

Produces 5,500,000th transmission and 300,000th engine

Asian Transmission Corporation (ATC) marks its 5,500,000th transmission and 300,000th engine and production milestones. Established by two of Japan's largest conglomerates - Mitsubishi Motors Corporation and Sojitz Corporation in 1973, ATC is a manufacturing firm that produces transmission assembly units and component parts for one of the country's leading automotive brands Mitsubishi Motors. Among these are transmissions for Lancer, Galant and light commercial vehicles like L300, Strada, Adventure and Pajero. And from 1991 ATC has began producing engines for those models.

Since the start of its operation Quality has always been the number 1 priority of ATC. In fact, ATC has more than 400 highly trained and skilled employees motivated to produce products with enduring quality. "We in ATC are committed to unite all our efforts to meet and uphold Mitsubishi Standard of Excellence," Mr. Kenji Ichimiya, ATC President and CEO said.

ATC does not only cater to the local market but also exports to Asian countries. World-class products are being distributed to Asian countries including Japan, Thailand, Indonesia, Taiwan, Malaysia.

"With the vision of making ATC the center of excellence and reliability in automotive parts production in the world, we will continue to provide customers with the highest quality that can be relied upon by end-users for their lasting value and utility. This remarkable production milestones would not have been possible without the confidence of Mitsubishi Motors and likewise all our other customers with our products, and with this we commit to stand by our number 1 priority - Quality and we will double our effort to improve and innovate more are products making it world-class," Mr. Kenji Ichimiya, said.