| 1 MINUTE READ

Alexandria Industries Celebrates 50th Anniversary with Acts of Kindness


#plating

Share

Facebook Share Icon LinkedIn Share Icon Twitter Share Icon Share by EMail icon Print Icon

 

 

�

Marketing coordinator, Cindy Frederick (left) and Human Resources Manager Deb Moorman (right)

 

Alexandria Industries celebrates its 50th year in business as an aluminum extruder and provider of precision-engineered products. The company says it has found success over the years by serving a range of industries through decades of transformation and growth.

 

In honor of its 50-year anniversary, employees are participating in 50 community service projects, taking the initiative to help people in their communities. Projects include doing yard work, providing meals and spending time with elderly neighbors, fixing a college student’s garage door, and serving the youth ministry group at a local church. The random acts of kindness are meant to be simple, spontaneous and straight from the heart.

 

Starting in 1966, Alexandria Industries began supplying aluminum extrusions to companies such as IBM, Lennox and Honeywell. Today, the company continues to supply many leading companies in the medical device, electronics, solar, recreation and LED markets.

 

“I joined the company 29 years ago. With great fortune, we were able to build on a solid foundation created by excellent people who continue to serve our customers, communities and each other with their best,” CEO Tom Schabel says. “It is because of their efforts that we are able to create mutually successful and meaningful relationships, while staying true to our values throughout this journey we are on together.”

 

Alenxandria Industries produces customized aluminum extrusions and offers precision machining of ferrous and non-ferrous products, heatsinks, and plastic injection and foam molded components, as well as finishing and assembly services.

 

For more information, visit alexandriaindustries.com. 

 

 

 

RELATED CONTENT

  • Understanding Infrared Curing

    Infrared cure is gaining increased attention from coaters as a result of shorter cure cycles and the possibility of smaller floor space requirements when compared to convection oven curing. 

  • 2020 Vision: The Future of Coatings

    The year 2020 will be here before you know it, signaling the beginning of a new decade and bringing changes to the world as we know it.

  • The Powder Coating Process

    Powder coating is one of the most durable finishes that can be applied to industrial manufactured products, and offers excellent corrosion protection and is very safe because of its lack of volatile organic compounds.