Alloy Custom Products Inc

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Alloy Custom Products Inc
Alloy Custom Products Inc is listed in the Manufacturers Agents & Representatives category in Delphi, Indiana. Displayed below is the only current social network for Alloy Custom Products Inc which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Alloy Custom Products Inc on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 60.

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198 Po Box
Delphi, IN 46923
(765) 564-4684

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Alloy Custom Products Inc has an overall ZapScore of 60. This means that Alloy Custom Products Inc has a higher ZapScore than 60% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Delphi, Indiana is 37 and in the Manufacturers Agents & Representatives category is 33. Learn more about ZapScore.

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http://www.carrollcountycomet.com/news/2012-07-11/Front_Page/Alloy_Custom_Products_plans_expansion.html
Alloy Custom Products Inc. near Delphi has announced plans to expand the facility south of Delphi. Pictured in front at Monday’s groundbreaking ceremony are (l-r): family member Nick Blum; Nancy Blum, Alloy CEO; Carli Blum, engineer; and Ted Boatman, Alloy president. Comet photo Alloy Custom Product...

Alloy made the Journal and Courier today!! http://www.jconline.com/article/20120709/BUSINESS03/307090026/Trailer-maker-Alloy-Custom-Products-to-expand-plant-add-jobs?odyssey=tab%7Cmostpopular%7Ctext%7CFRONTPAGE
The 14,500-square-foot expansion of Alloy Custom Products Inc. is expected to add between five and 10 jobs by the end of the fourth quarter this year. The addition to the existing factory is expected to cost about $1.5 million.

Alloy Custom Products added a life event from July 9, 2012: Ground Breaking Ceremony for New Addition.
July 9, 2012 News Release Lafayette, Ind. -- Alloy Custom Products, Inc. will expand its operations near Lafayette, Indiana. The company will spend about $1.5 million to expand and equip a 14,500 square-foot addition to its existing factory. The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce held a Groundbreaking Ceremony this morning at 10:00 a.m. to celebrate the expansion. Alloy CEO, Nancy Blum, noted that “this expansion is needed to accommodate the increasing customer demand for our products and services. We have seen a surge in orders over the past 12 months resulting in a historic backlog for our trailers, especially LNG transports. This expansion will allow us to increase throughput and reduce lead times for our trailers.” The expansion is expected to be complete by the beginning of the 4th quarter 2012. Currently, Alloy employs approximately 115 associates at its manufacturing headquarters near Lafayette, Indiana. The new expansion is expected to provide additional 5-10 new jobs. “The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce is honored to be a part of Alloy’s celebration,” says Julia Leahy, Executive Director for the Carroll County Chamber. “With the company location in both Carroll and Tippecanoe Counties, it’s a great opportunity for both of us to celebrate economic development and additional jobs.” Approximately 40% of the workforce lives in Carroll County. “Greater Lafayette Commerce hails the success this growing business has achieved in just 20 years of operations. In the last decade, it has expanded facilities several times, most recently in its late 1998 move to this 120,000 sq. ft. facility near Delphi, Indiana. Locally grown companies hold great promise for this region, and Alloy Custom Products, Inc. is fulfilling that promise yet again with today’s groundbreaking. We salute the company’s achievements, continued growth and the economic vitality it adds to our region.” –Jody Hamilton, Economic Development Director, Greater Lafayette Commerce About Alloy Custom Products, Inc. Headquartered near Lafayette, Indiana, Alloy Custom Products is one of the leading manufacturers of cryogenic tank trailers and ASME pressure vessels in North America. Established in 1992, Alloy is noted for its quality products and on-time deliveries of specialized trailers used to transport cryogenic liquid gases. For more information about Alloy, please visit: www.alloycustomproducts.com Source: Carroll County Chamber of Commerce

Alloy Custom Products added a life event from October 17, 2007: Louis F. Blum Memorial Scholarship Fund Established.
The White County Community Foundation is honored to announce the establishment of a permanent endowment fund in memory of Louis F. Blum, founder and owner of Alloy Custom Products. Louis Blum, known for his entrepreneurial determination and community support, died in October, 2006 at the age of 55. Nancy Blum united with Alloy employees to establish the Louis F. Blum Memorial Scholarship Fund in honor of his leadership and dedication to his family, employees, company, and community. The fund was initiated with proceeds from the company's fourth annual golf outing, held this year on Sept. 22. Alloy Custom Products customers, suppliers, friends, and family presented a total of $20,000 to open the fund. Alloy President and General Manager Ted Boatman noted that "the scholarship concept really brought out the supporters. All of the participants were very generous, and Alloy provided matching dollars. The combined total exceeded our expectations and approached $20,000. At that time, Alloy decided to contribute more and round up the total to an even $20,000." Alloy Sales Engineer Ryan Moulton, primary organizer of the tournament, was equally pleased. "We had 70 players, some from as far away as Arizona, Texas, and Ohio. The outing is always good, but this year it had new meaning." The scholarship is to be awarded for post-secondary education of a graduating Twin Lakes High School student and a Delphi High School student. The eligible students must be pursuing a degree in mechanical engineering at Purdue University or a welding certification from Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana. Mr. Blum utilized his own mechanical engineering degree from the University of Florida to successfully establish and grow the Alloy business, which employs many welders in its manufacture and repair of cryogenic tank trailers and pressure vessels.

Alloy Custom Products added a life event from June 24, 2005: Expansion: New Production Line.
Current demands for our trailers have never been higher. In order to shorten delivery times and satisfy the needs of our customers, Alloy added a new production line, built new tooling and purchased tools and equipment for the new production line, added many new employees, and added a second shift.