ATL Technology Kicks Off 2019 with an Expanded Presence at MD&M West
SPRINGVILLE, Utah, Jan. 15, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- ATL Technology, a leader in custom-engineered interconnect and medical devices, has announced its participation and expanded presence at MD&M West, one of the leading trade shows in the medical device and manufacturing space in North America. This three-day event will be held on February 5-7, 2019 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA.
Coming off a 2018 with numerous major engineering and manufacturing successes and substantial year-over-year growth, ATL—exhibiting in booth 2397—has decided to expand its presence at one of the industry's preeminent trade show in hopes of sharing its expertise and advances in chip-on-tip technology, miniaturization/high-density connectors, and fine wire and catheter extrusion.
"With more than 19,000 attendees and 2,000 exhibitors—including the largest companies in the industry—MD&M West presents a unique opportunity to get our best-in-class products and engineering expertise out to the industry," stated ATL Technology's CEO, Brad Brown. "This show brings together OEMs, engineers and other industry personnel looking to discover the latest in medical device technology—including the connections that ensure their success—and we're excited to share all we've learned."
ATL's attendee includes Brad Brown, CEO, Dave Gen, President & COO, Ryan Kunz, VP of Engineering, David Smith, VP of Sales and a highly-specialized team of Medical Device and interconnect sales and engineering consultants.
About ATL Technology
Based in Utah's "Silicon Slopes" and founded in 1993, ATL Technology combines the industry's best engineering experts and technology to deliver connectivity solutions for market-leading devices. With a domestic development center and offices around the world, ATL uses local teams and wholly owned global execution resources to take devices from concept to prototype and into scalable production. Turnkey interconnect solutions from ATL include connectors, wire design, overmolding, wire harness automation, surface mount technology (SMT) and injection molding.