Alpha Metal Finishing Names Jennifer Marks as Office Manager

Marks comes with a wealth of experience in business management and customer service, and has served successfully as quality inspector for the past eight months at Alpha Metal Finishing.

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Dexter, Michigan's Alpha Metal Finishing Company has named Jennifer Marks as office manager to further develop and strengthen the company in the areas of quality documentation, communication and customer service.

Jamie Barrus, Quality Assurance Manager, said that Marks comes with a wealth of experience in business management and customer service, and has served successfully as quality inspector for the past eight months at Alpha Metal Finishing.

“Jennifer’s wealth of experience and demonstrated success in quality has already made her a key addition to the Alpha Metal Finishing Company family," Barrus said. "We view her appointment as office manager as a sign of our commitment to growing our focus on quality and service in our industry."

Barrus said Alpha's  recent growth and the increasing demand from their customers led them to look for an addition to their team who would fit in with their culture of superior quality and exceptional service.

“I am excited to start a new challenge within Alpha and look forward to utilizing my business and administrative background to further develop their quality and customer service focus," Marks said. "I am fortunate to be joining such a respected company that prides itself on exceptional service.”

Alpha Metal Finishing Company is a custom aluminum finishing company with 40 years of experience in anodizing, hardcoat anodizing and chemical film coatings. Alpha’s rapid turnaround, ISO 9001:2008 certification and friendly, responsive staff ensure superior quality and consistent results for medical device, sporting goods, military, aerospace, sensor, and firearms manufacturers.

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