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ATTAR Unveils World Class Facilities and Boosts investment in WA

ATTAR facility in Welshpool, WA.

[Welshpool, Western Australia, March 26, 2024] — Established in 1986, Advanced Technology Testing and Research (ATTAR) has been at the forefront of pioneering materials testing, research, compliance services and Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) training for the Australian industry. Over the years, ATTAR has continually evolved, leveraging its rich history in conducting cutting-edge forensic engineering, materials research and nondestructive testing to meet evolving market demands.

“Western Australia is an important market with a unique blend of mining, oil and gas as well as other industries that are essential to running the state. By consolidating our presence and increasing our investment in Western Australia, we are better placed to support the needs of our clients and the critical industries that drive this great state,” remarked Glenn D’Costa, CEO of ATTAR.

Today, ATTAR proudly announces a significant stride forward in its operations, marked by a strategic consolidation of facilities in Western Australia. This plan is designed to optimise operations, deliver cutting edge solutions and elevate service standards for clients.

Since the acquisition of Exceed Consulting on 1 July 2022, ATTAR has harmonised systems and substantially broadened its range of services to support the local industry. Having seamlessly integrated the Exceed Consulting business, ATTAR will hold a grand opening ceremony at its world class facility located at 3/88 Welshpool Road, Welshpool, WA 6106.

“We’re pleased to enhance our service delivery from our state of the art facility, with a highly experience team and broad array of services,” added Dr. Adrian Grosvenor, General Manager Eng. Consulting & Principal Engineer at ATTAR. Stay updated with our latest developments by following us on LinkedIn and please contact us at ATTAR.

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