Inside the Engine of the Body

ATI is best known for producing the materials at the heart of airplane jet engines. But did you know that our materials also help to solve the challenge, keeping the beat from the human body’s “engine?” Read More

Saving Lives Starts With Melting

Training For the Future

Confluent made a significant investment in ATI to secure supply of life-saving Nitinol.
ATI partnered with the United Steelworkers to train employees to do their jobs safer, smarter and faster.

 Recent Stories 

The Future of ATI Vandergrift is Bright

ATI builds on its specialty rolling foundation in Western Pennsylvania. Read More

Fight and Flight

The forces of flight are an intense challenge for aircraft design – weight, drag and turbulence work simultaneously to stress the design and structure of the airframe. Read More

ATI and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory win DOE Award

The ATI team along with Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have won a DOE award for developing highly-precise manufacturing processes, therefore cutting back on material waste. Read More

The Perfect (Hemi)Sphere

The Deepest Dive in History. The World’s First Repeated Dives to Full Ocean Depths. These records held by the TRITON 36,000/2 submersible were made possible by ATI Forged Products’ materials science expertise. Read More

It all hangs on our forgings.

A heavy-lift military helicopter can hoist a combat vehicle into the air, carry it 50 miles, and stick the landing perfectly. Our forgings give its rotor hub assembly the incredible strength and durability it needs for the mission. Read More

Proven to Perform at Mach 32 and Beyond

ATI will be a critical part of NASA’s Artemis I mission when it’s “all systems go” at Launchpad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Read More

When the sky is actually the limit.

The same materials science that makes ATI part of every generation of commercial aircraft for over five decades is now helping golfers go the distance. Read More

Deep Dive

Petroleum travels thousands of miles before it gets refined and put into your gas tank. . .and the journey often starts at the bottom of the sea. Our alloys help keep things moving safely. Read More


In the News

Dallas executive Kimberly Fields to take reins at ATI

ATI will have new leadership July 1. Kimberly Fields will assume the role of CEO to replace Robert Wetherbee, head of the specialty metals company since 2018. Read More

See how ATI Vandergrift makes a mile-long sheet of steel

ATI’s state-of-the-art advanced materials finishing operation turns out specialty steel that can withstand high temperatures and high stress and can be used to construct everything from airplanes to pipelines to spaceships. Read More

New Vandergrift ATI Line Secures Jobs, Future for Company

With a new, 10-story building at the plant along the Kiski River, ATI officials say their Bright Anneal Line is more efficient and helps to secure the company’s standing as a leading specialty metals maker. Read More


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