ATSG launches new website


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The new website provides visitors with a comprehensive overview of the ATSG family of companies.

The new website provides visitors with a comprehensive overview of the ATSG family of companies.


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WILMINGTON — Air Transport Services Group, Inc. announced the launch of its newly redesigned website at https://www.atsginc.com/.

The new site features a streamlined design, improved functionality, and quick access to essential information to help investors make well-informed decisions about ATSG. Tools include an investment calculator, stock charts, and easy-to-access email alerts for ATSG announcements.

The new website provides visitors with a comprehensive overview of the ATSG family of companies and showcases the company’s focused approach to marketing and recruitment across its many growing businesses, including Cargo Aircraft Management, Airborne Global Solutions, ABX Air, Air Transport International, Omni Air International, Airborne Maintenance and Engineering Services, PEMCO Conversions, and LGSTX Services.

“We are thrilled to debut our new company website to our customers, investors, prospective employees and those who are looking to understand the breadth of ATSG’s services,” said Mike Berger, Chief Commercial Officer. “This website redesign truly ties together all of our business units into one place and allows for each visitor to gain a better understanding of what makes the ATSG offering so strong in the marketplace.”

ATSG’s new website is the first of five new sites the company will launch throughout the first quarter of 2020. Visitors are encouraged to explore the website and sign up for ATSG’s email alerts at https://www.atsginc.com/investors/investor-resources/email-alerts.

The new website provides visitors with a comprehensive overview of the ATSG family of companies.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/12/web1_atsg.jpgThe new website provides visitors with a comprehensive overview of the ATSG family of companies. Courtesy photo

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