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ALMAG Aluminum Acquires Assets of Alabama Extrusions

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ALMAG Aluminum, a supplier of custom aluminum extrusions based in Ontario, Canada, recently announced the acquisition of the assets of Alabama (Shoals)Extrusions in Florence, Alabama.

“As ALMAG continues to have steady growth in the U.S. market, this positions the organization to support increased demand from our valued customers while maintaining some of the most competitive lead times in the industry,” said Bob Peacock, owner and CEO of ALMAG Aluminum.

The company already operates a manufacturing and warehouse location in Ardmore, Alabama, and will now have increased production capability and be better positioned to serve their customers in the U.S. and the growing demand for aluminum extrusions. ALMAG will operate out of the Florence facility (where Shoals Extrusion was previously located) with a focus on complex, thin-walled, tight tolerance and high-visual extrusions.

With 68 years of experience and currently operating four extrusion presses and multiple downstream fabrication and finishing processes, ALMAG is proud of their focus on customer satisfaction and has built a reputation for producing complex aluminum extrusions. They offer aluminum extrusion design assistance to help get projects started. Extruding high-visual, tight tolerance, complex, thin-walled, lightweight, and precision aluminum extrusions is their specialty, and the company will  guide an idea for any aluminum extrusion to reality. Customers can send 2D or 3D drawings, or even call ALMAG with an idea, and they will help turn it into an extrudable aluminum part.

With over 350 employees, operating from plants in Brampton, Ontario, and Ardmore, Alabama, ALMAG Aluminum is focused on four pillars of service; Design, Extrude, Fabricate, and Finish to provide customers with made possible solutions, making ALMAG a single-source supplier for any aluminum extrusion project.

“ALMAG plans to have the facility in operation by the end of the first quarter of 2021,” said Joe Jackman, president of ALMAG. “We are excited to expand the business with the additional extrusion press capacity and additional space for value-added operations.”

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