ATL Technology Expands Operations in Costa Rica Due to Rapid Growth

ATL Technology Expands Operations in Costa Rica Due to Rapid Growth

Springville, UT, March 18, 2021

ATL Technology (“ATL”), an intelligent medical device development and manufacturing partner of top medical device firms, today announced the expansion of its growing operations in Costa Rica.

With over 61,000 square feet of manufacturing space, the new facility (located within close proximity of the current facility) will increase the total manufacturing space of ATL’s Costa Rica operations to over 80,000 square feet.

Brad Brown, CEO of ATL, remarked, “We’re excited about this expansion. We’ve seen our operations in Costa Rica grow tremendously over the past few years and we believe this expansion helps put us in a good position to meet our long-term strategic growth plans of our customers in North, Central, and South America.”

ATL has been operating in Costa Rica since 2012. Since that time, the operations have grown to include over 110 employees and over 83000 square feet of manufacturing space, helping to supply some of the top medical device companies in the world with cutting-edge intelligent medical device solutions.

A project manager at ATL’s facility in Costa Rica says, “Our employee count can literally change overnight since we will be hiring more due to the increase in manufacturing abilities and opportunities. Exponential growth is happening.”

ATL has recently added a new general manager with a strong medical device background to oversee the continued growth within Costa Rica.

About ATL Technology

Based in Utah’s “Silicon Slopes” and founded in 1993, ATL Technology combines the industry’s best engineering experts and technology to deliver connectivity solutions for market-leading devices. With a domestic development center and offices around the world, ATL uses local teams and wholly owned global execution resources to take devices from concept to prototype and into scalable production. Turnkey interconnect solutions from ATL include connectors, wire design, over-molding, wire harness automation, surface mount technology (SMT), and injection molding.