W&O Supply Completes Acquisition of A-T Controls

Tuesday, December 05, 2006
W&O Supply a distributor of marine valves, pipe, fittings, engineered and automated valve systems, has completed the acquisition of A-T Controls Inc., a ball valve and automation supplier. Based in Cincinnati, Ohio, A-T Controls designs, develops and manufactures valves, actuators and valve control products including manual ball valves and automated ball valve packages; actuators for the automation of all forms of valves; positioners for precise modulating control; and valve control accessories including gearboxes and overrides, block and bleed valves, dribble control systems, lock-up valves, flow and speed control, dome indicators, filter/regulators and more. A-T Controls is Certified to ANSI / ISO / ASQ Q9001 - 2000. A-T Controls will continue to operate autonomously and continue to provide world-class customer service to its customers that the company has built its reputation on for the last 10 years. A-T Controls’ distribution network and OEM base has been, and will continue to be, the foundation for its growth and success.
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