Tooling Tech Group Acquires Alpha Integration

May 30, 2019 – Tooling Tech Group (TTG), a leading provider of highly engineered tools and assembly equipment to a wide range of industries, has announced the acquisition of Alpha Integration, a provider of custom automated assembly and inspection equipment in Murfreesboro, Tenn. Alpha, known for superior quality and customer service, is experienced in the development and manufacture of assembly, material handling, dispensing, sorting, testing, welding, and fastening solutions for the automotive, cosmetic, electrical, construction and life sciences industries. 

“Alpha’s expertise in integrating a variety of processes into automated assembly and test solutions complements our existing capabilities and enhances our ability to serve our existing customers while enabling us to reach new markets, such as the medical and cosmetics sectors,” said Lee Childers, CEO of Tooling Tech Group. “This is a very exciting time of growth for our company.”

“I am very impressed with TTG and I look forward to working with their leadership team to further support our current and potential new customers,” said Matthew Phillips, president of Alpha Integration. “Partnering with TTG provides us more flexibility with increased resources and capacity, as well as a wealth of industry knowledge.”

Alpha Integration was founded in 2002 and is comprised of about 45 employees. The company will continue to operate out of its Murfreesboro location while its businesses practices will be integrated into the overall Tooling Tech Group operations.

This is the fourth acquisition by Tooling Tech Group since 2018. The company has grown both organically and through acquisition to become the largest tooling provider in the United States. Tooling Tech Group employs approximately 600 people with a total of 13 locations across five states including Fort Loramie, Ohio; Washington, Missouri; Statesboro, Georgia; and Mursfreeboro, Tenn. as well as Macomb, Temperance, Fenton, and Grand Rapids, Michigan.

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