HSM announces the purchase of Atlanta Attachment Company and Subsidiaries
Watch the massive machine that can cram a mattress into a box (and the amazing moment it is released)
- Folding machine is a product of Atlanta Attachment
- The Auto-Pac machine weighs 28,000 pounds and is 12 feet high
- Video shows the folding in five steps that takes only a few minutes
Among the exciting new aviation products making their debut at the EAA Airventure Show in Oshkosh, Wisconsinthis July 28-Aug 3, is the model 702 Electric Aircraft Tug fromPriceless Aviation. It is available in two different versions, one utilizing the Lazy Susan® towing mechanism, the other sporting a new Nose Wheel Clamp.
Seen at right, the model receives a few finishing touches before it is packaged and shipped out to the event.
The Priceless Aviation team is hard at work building the new 757FBO and 747FBO models in preparation for the EAA Airventure Oshkosh 2014 event. Priceless Aviation is an important sponsor at these events since it participated in the First Flight Centennial® in 2003. These tugs will be used by the ground crew to maneuver aircraft around the tarmac when arriving and departing the airport.
June 26, 2014 saw the return of our annual Awards Ceremony, in which our employees and workers were recognized for their dedication, hard work and superior service to Atlanta Attachment and our customers.
Click here to access our dedicated Awards site!
Our crew has been hard at work all this past weekend setting up for ISPA EXPO 2014 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Thanks to their diligence and labor, most of the equipment is already in place and ready to run. What an amazing job!
ISPA EXPO 2014 opens March 26th.
Atlanta Attachment Company is proud to announce the introduction of sixteen new equipment models to the Bedding Industry on March 26, 2014 at the ISPA EXPO in New Orleans, Louisiana. The new releases will include equipment for making springs, borders, border zippers, panels, quilting, laminating/gluing, and packaging. These products will be on display and ready for demonstration to the attendees.
“We are very pleased to showcase these new products to our customers in New Orleans,” remarks Hank Little, AAC President. “We continue to look at ways to improve border esthetics as well as improving efficiency in manufacturing. The development of these products would not have been possible without the continued support of our customers as well as our talented employees.”
Atlanta Attachment Company, Engineers of Quality Equipment, has been developing innovative ideas since 1969.