ATS Automation Tooling Systems Inc Company Profile - Aug 25, 2011 by WrightReports

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ATS Automation Tooling Systems Inc. (ATS) operates in two business segments: Automation Systems Group (ASG) and Photowatt Technologies (Photowatt). ASG is engaged in planning, designing, building, commissioning and servicing automated manufacturing and assembly systems, including automation products and test solutions. Photowatt is a turn-key solar project developer and integrated manufacturer. Photowatt operates through two divisions Photowatt France (PWF), an integrated manufacturer and solar project developer located near Lyon, France and Photowatt Ontario (PWO), a module manufacturer and solar project developer. Photowatt designs, manufactures and sells solar modules and installation kits, and provides solar power system design and other services. On June 1, 2010, ATS completed its acquisition of the Sortimat Group. On January 5, 2011, the Company acquired Assembly & Test Worldwide, Inc.'s the United States and German automation and test systems businesses.

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   ATS Automation Tooling Systems Inc
                                                                                        440 Wheelers Farms Road
                                                                                        Milford, CT 06461 U.S.A.


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  Figures in Canadian Dollars

                                 Wright Quality Rating:CBNN                               Key Data

   ATS Automation Tooling Systems Inc. (ATS) operates in two business segments:           Ticker:
   Automation Systems Group (ASG) and Photowatt Technologies (Photowatt). ASG is          ATA
   engaged in planning, designing, building, commissioning and servicing automated
   manufacturing and assembly systems, including automation products and test             2011 Sales:
   solutions. Photowatt is a turn-key solar project developer and integrated
                                                                                          704,599,000
   manufacturer. Photowatt operates through two divisions Photowatt France (PWF),
   an integrated manufacturer and solar project developer located near Lyon, France
   and Photowatt Ontario (PWO), a module manufacturer and solar project developer.        Major Industry:
   Photowatt designs, manufactures and sells solar modules and installation kits, and     Machinery & Equipment
   provides solar power system design and other services. On June 1, 2010, ATS
   completed its acquisition of the Sortimat Group. On January 5, 2011, the Company       Sub Industry:
   acquired Assembly & Test Worldwide, Inc.'s the United States and German                Miscellaneous Machinery &
   automation and test systems businesses.                                                Equipment
                        Stock Chart                                  Officers
                                                                    Chairman              Country:
                                                                David L. McAusland        Canada

                                                              Chief Executive Officer     Currency:
                                                                  Anthony Caputo
                                                                                          Canadian Dollars

                                                              Chief Financial Officer
                                                                                          Fiscal Year Ends:
                                                                   Maria Perrella
                                                                                          March
                                                          Vice President & Treasurer
                                                                Carl H. Galloway     Employees
                                                                                     3,000

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