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Atmos International makes three Best Companies lists

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Atmos International (Atmos) has been included in the Best Companies 2Q22 league tables. The pipeline technology company has been recognised as one of the ‘Top 50 Technology Companies’, ‘Top 75 North West Companies’ and ‘Top 75 Best Mid-Sized Companies’ to work for in the UK.

Atmos International makes three Best Companies lists

As a leader in the pipeline leak and theft detection and pipeline simulation, we know that we couldn’t achieve everything we do without our employees. Significant investment is put into engaging employees and looking after their wellness.

Dr Jun Zhang, Founder and CEO of Atmos said “We’re delighted that Atmos has made the Best Companies lists for a second year running. The past couple of years have been challenging with COVID-19 and the recent war in Ukraine causing a lot of uncertainty, we continue to support our employees in any way we can.”

Lauren Lloyd, Head of People and Culture said “It’s great that we’ve made three Best Companies lists. The addition of our position as a best mid-sized company to work for demonstrates our commitment to improving.

We’ve got many more plans for the coming year including introducing wellness activities to help employees take care of their whole health.”

Founded in 1995, Atmos provides pipeline leak detection, theft detection and simulation technology to the oil, gas, water and associated industries globally. Driven to implement the best technology for its clients, it’s in house R&D team innovate new products each year to overcome challenges specific to different pipeline operators.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/business-news/23052022/atmos-international-makes-three-best-companies-lists/

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