The last few years have been a time of transformation for Alco Valves Group. It was acquired by Graco, made significant investments in new state-of-the-art technology and machinery and expanded geographically, including a brand new site currently under development. To tie in with these new developments, Alco has adopted a fresh, new corporate design.
“We are proud to reveal a new visual strategy that will create greater clarity and consistency,” stated Sam Crossley, Managing Director of Alco Valves Group. “Our new corporate design reflects the driving principle of our company and its future. It was redesigned to represent the way Alco is moving forward. Just like Alco, our new design is sophisticated, professional and far more than meets the eye.”
One of Alco’s biggest updates is the well-publicized development of Alco’s new headquarters in Brighouse, with plans to relocate by the end of 2016. The new building, including a machine shop and high-tech production and technology center, is approximately 68,000 square feet and sits on an 8.5-acre lot. The move means consolidation of six existing facilities into one, centralizing Alco’s research, design, manufacturing, production and distribution operations. With the addition of the new premises, new machinery and now a newly-designed corporate logo, Alco is working to make significant changes to compete, improve and thrive in the industry.