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Fort Worth’s Alpha Industries LLC has officially opened their new northeastern division in northern Pennsylvania. Jeff Homer, president & Jason Scoggins, COO announced the decision internally to move forward with an additional northern facility in early 2019.

Alpha Industries is a millwrighting and steel fabrication company working primarily in the food and beverage industry. Alpha specializes in coffee processing,

roasting, and production equipment installation.

When the discussion about opening another office was presented in mid 2018, there were many variables about logistics and market that came into play. “We took into consideration population density and premier coffee roastery locations to ultimately settle on our president’s home state of Pennsylvania,” said Scoggins.

“This new location will allow us to service the northeastern markets similarly to the way we service our southern clients,” said Homer. “By being localized we can provide immediate maintenance and assistance which minimizes our customer’s downtime without having to scramble our people out of Texas in the event of an unforeseen mechanical emergency.”

Alpha Industries was founded in 2013, originally established by two principle owners with a shared vision, according to the company. Alpha has been recognized as a Fort Worth Top 3 Small Business of the Year finalist in 2016 and was the youngest company listed among the Top 100 Privately Owned Companies in Fort Worth in 2016, and the winner of Fort Worth’s Emerging

Business of the Year in 2017.

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