Ati Agreement

Several long-term agreements on high-quality materials and pittsburgh parts PITTSBURGH——-Allegheny Technologies Incorporated (NYSE: ATI) announced today that it has entered into several new long-term contracts with GE Aviation (NYSE: GE) for the supply of hot and insulated blacksmiths used in commercial engine manufacturing. These agreements will begin in January 2021 and are multi-year agreements. ATI expects revenue of approximately $2.5 billion over the life of these agreements, averaging more than $300 million per year. PITTSBURGH–(BUSINESS WIRE)-Allegheny Technologies Incorporated (NYSE: ATI) announced that it has extended its employment contract with the United Steelworkers (ETC) for more than 1,300 employees in the company`s special and standard rolling products and other sites by one year. As part of this renewal, the language that governs workers` wage, performance and work rules remains unchanged until 28 February 2021. As a sign of good faith to resume negotiations on a new contract next year, the company will pay each insured employee a one-time renewal bonus of 500 $US. “We are pleased to expand and expand our six-decade partnership with GE Aviation. These long-term agreements demonstrate GE Aviation`s confidence in ATI to provide the highest quality materials and components in its production lines on time,” said Robert S. Wetherbee, President and Chief Executive Officer of ATI.

“ATI`s comprehensive scientific know-how and unique process capabilities enable us to work with our customers to develop and manufacture the materials and components that enable today`s hotest and fuel-efficient jet engines.” By using the ATI`s financial instrument, the ITA does not guarantee the progress of the contract. The recommendation of a given funding stream does not require the ITA to apply and cannot guarantee its success. Any organization wishing to apply for assistance must sign the ITA Framework Agreement. ATI (NYSE: ATI) is a $4 billion global manufacturer that solves the world`s toughest challenges through materials science. Advanced and integrated technologies; and tirelessly innovative people. We serve customers whose sophisticated applications have to fly higher, dig deeper, stand louder and last longer – everywhere, above or underground. We work together to develop new special materials in molds that provide ultimate long-term performance and value in applications such as projector blacksmiths and 3D-printed aerospace components. We produce powder for forge and additive manufacturing; Laminated materials and finished components. Our special materials withstand extreme temperatures, stresses and corrosion to improve and protect people`s daily lives.

For more information, visit . All information you have entered is subject to the ATI`s privacy policy. To find out which of our funding streams you are eligible, click below. You are guided by a number of questions and based on your answers, on the funding flow most relevant to your project. The extension will apply to approximately 1,300 employees covered by the master`s contract and working at nine sites: Pennsylvania, Brackenridge, Latrobe, Natrona Heights, Vandergrift and Washington; as well as Lockport, New York; Louisville, Ohio New Bedford and Waterbury, Connecticut.