Alle-Kiski Industries was formed in 2005 by two entrepreneurs in order to purchase a machining and fabricating business from its retiring owner.
The company’s business includes projects as diverse as manufacturing a decontamination tank for recirculation pumps at nuclear power plants and developing a machine to fully automate the trimming process of vinyl for automotive windshield glass. Alle Kiski has continued to grow, currently employing 45 people and planning to increase to 60 full-time and 10 part-time employees within three years.
Kevin Hartford and Ed Newell formed Alle-Kiski Industries in 2005 to buy a Leechburg manufacturing business from its retiring owner.
“We wanted to buy the facility for two reasons: one, our combined industry and business experience was a good fit for this company; and two, we envisioned the company’s positive growth potential,” said Kevin.
Bridgeway Capital financed Alle-Kiski with a loan as part of a larger financing package to help purchase the business, while a second loan was used for working capital. Bridgeway Capital also provided a 504 loan for Alle-Kiski’s owners to purchase the real estate.
Today, Alle-Kiski is a thriving manufacturing facility that provides a full scope of services, including fabricating and welding, heat treating, assembly and quality assurance, and much more.
Alle-Kiski’s economic impact is evident:
- Alle-Kiski was formed in 2005 with nine employees.
- Today, the company has increased to 50 employees.
- Kevin and Ed plan to increase employment to 60 full-time and 10 part-time employees within the next three years.Business Information
531 Hyde Park Road
Leechburg, PA 15656-8969
724-845-2799 | allekiskiind.com