Alco Launches New Website To Unite Acquisition Companies In Company Rebranding
Updated: May 20, 2021
(February 15, 2021) Elyria, OH – Alco Manufacturing LLC., the leaders in manufacturing of precision machined parts for over 50 years, is thrilled to announce the launch of a NEW corporate website that integrates all manufacturing capabilities and locations on one comprehensive site. The new site, launched this week, unites Alco as one organization that includes all companies added through acquisition over the years including Alco’s most recent addition, Manth Brownell in Kirkville, NY.
“The new website reflects the value we strive to create and provide to our customers featuring our extensive diversity in machining capabilities including lead-free / leaded steel, stainless steel, brass, aluminum, and many other hard to machine alloys,” said Mike Clark, Alco VP of Sales and Marketing.
In addition, Alco will no longer support the ordering of catalog parts online at its Alco Lakeshore facility. Instead, customers should contact Alco Lakeshore at 616-846-5090 or by email at Sales@lakeshorefittings.com with purchase order requests. There are no other changes to business operations at this time.
Alco has 5 locations that span the Great Lakes region of the United States with over 400 pieces of equipment and a team of over 400 employees that provides over 135 million parts per year with award-winning quality and service.
“Our massive unmatched production capabilities allow us to serve customers through the product lifecycle from prototype to large scale production,” said Clark.
As a dominant domestic leader in the metal manufacturing sector, Alco utilizes a diverse range of machines including Rotary transfer machines, Screw machines and Swiss and lathe style CNC machines to produces precision machined parts in a range of materials including brass, aluminum, steel, stainless steel and other metals.
“Our core business is the manufacturing of precision metal products to exact customer specifications. and our integrated design and manufacturing model offers excellent options for customers who need small, medium, or large custom work done with best-in-class delivery, quality, and reliability,” said Matt Dietrich, Alco CEO.
The recent acquisitions support Alco’s growth strategies to remain competitive by expanding capabilities, customer markets and to continue offering competitive rates for made in America parts of various metals to a wide variety of industries including hydraulic, water, low pressure gas, electric and others.
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