ATC actively engages with a range of industry bodies, government agencies, and educational institutions to ensure its services are the best in the industry. Government agencies assist ATC in reaching new markets, and with regulatory compliance. ATC’s partnerships with educational institutions allow the experience, skills, and values which are its institutional memory to be passed to new generations of in the logistics industry.
Enterprise Ireland (EI) is the government organisation responsible for the development and growth of Irish enterprises in world markets. As a client company of EI, ATC leverages their experience to grow, innovate and expand in European markets. Enterprise Ireland supports the evolution of our products, services and business processes to ensure that our continued growth is sustainable and aligned to ATC’s mission and values.
The Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA) is an industry-led organisation that focuses on supply chain security through the development and application of global security standards and recognised industry practices. TAPA supports the development of security technology, education programmes, benchmarking exercises, regulatory collaboration, and the proactive identification of crime trends and supply chain security threats.
As a TAPA member, ATC contributes to the knowledge base, striving to implement and maintain the highest levels of supply chain security through the TSR certification programme.
As members of FTA Ireland we engage in FTAI’s Trucksafe programme which ensures all our staff, fleet and operational processes are managed to the highest Health & Safety standards, as recognised by government regulatory bodies such as the Road Safety Authority. We follow driver safety guidelines which are constantly reviewed and audited by FTAI to ensure best in class safety standards are adhered to at all times.
ATC currently holds a green and gold certificate for our safety procedures and environmental protocol.
In conjunction with FTA Ireland and TUD (Technology University Dublin) we are proud to support and participate in this apprenticeship programme. The first of its kind in Ireland this programme guides students into a career in logistics by offering the opportunity to both work and gain an academic qualification within our profession. ATC management sit on the consortium of this apprenticeship programme
In conjunction with ATU Sligo and FTAI, we are proud to support and participate in this apprenticeship programme. The aim of the Apprenticeship and Traineeship is to provide learners with the skills and related knowledge in the rules of the road, driving a heavy goods vehicle – rigid and artic body, care and maintenance of the vehicle, loading and unloading the vehicle, customer care and documentation and to develop personal effectiveness and job-seeking skills. ATC have joined the ‘traineeship consortium’ which will oversee the content, and shape of the programme that will be delivered to the industry.
ATC is a proud member of FrankfurtRheinMain GmbH. The organisations mission is to support international organisations operating in the region.
FrankfurtRheinMain is an international traffic hub and offers next-generation high-speed data networks, innovative university and research facilities and a synergetic mix of industry to enable companies to generate real success in the region.
Invest in Hessen supports international businesses operating in the region with networking and advisory services.
This organisation offer a strategic combination of investor consulting, technology and innovation promotion as well as providing comprehensive advice on EU funding and collaborative programmes available.