We believe in Community Service.

Culture & Community

We are aware of our social responsibility in the global marketplace we serve. We adhere to principals that protect the wellbeing of our employees and enable us to give back to the community.

The future of the communities where we live and work was important to founder George Strumbos and is very much still part of the company’s fabric.  What we do to help our youth today will have an impact on their success tomorrow. That is why we participate in National Manufacturing day where kids tour our facilities and learn about the possibilities of a career in manufacturing.

We also support our schools with Backpacks, Crayola Crayons, 3D printers and other needed materials, because we believe knowledge is power.  And our management and engineers are the biggest kids when we host the Co2 Car Races in our facility.

We salute our military and first responders who unselfishly put themselves in harm’s way, everyday so we can live and work safe.  We reach out to all generations of our community from our youth to our seniors. We are not only building a business in the community, we are very much part of it.

News & Recent Press Releases

Educators getting a look at today’s manufacturing

It was an opportunity for educators not only to get a first-hand look at today’s manufacturing but find ways to partner with businesses when teaching new skills to students. “We can collaborate with companies like AlphaUSA by giving students an opportunity to see real manufacturing and students and staff learning from experts in the industry from a real-life perspective, not just academic,” said Kevin Lane, principal…


Rethinking the future of Education

Alpha’s Own’s Chuck Dardas offers insights on the importance of working to learn

More than 300 people came together on Thursday, February 7 for the Schoolcraft College Foundation’s event centered around the topic of rethinking the future of education and work in the state of Michigan. Presented by “acclaimed futurist” Heather McGowan, the event featured a panel of industry professionals.


Let’s have lunch!

A couple of times during the year AlphaUSA hosts lunches for their employees. It’s all part of the effort to create a family environment within the company. A team serves hot dogs, hamburgers and some side dishes to the staff. They also host such lunches around the community. AlphaUSA also hosted a Chillin’ & Grillin’ party at the Livonia Senior Center which featured Hot dogs, hamburgers, potato salad, chips, watermelon, lemonade and ice cream; the ice cream is being provided by the 16th district court. There were 175 seniors along with some AlphaUSA staff and volunteers the one in 2018. “We host these staff lunches and similar ones at the Police and Fire events in a community-based spirit,” said Chuck Dardas, president and CEO. “Simply put, WE LOVE LIVONIA! And, we want to give back to the senior community and our staff. We also want to thank our beloved first responders who risk their lives every day for us.”

The AlphaUSA Book Club

Since July 2013,  Chuck Dardas, president and CEO of AlphaUSA, has been hosting book club groups at the Senior Center in Livonia. The club meets about six times a year to discuss the latest book Chuck buys for the entire group. What started out with a dozen readers is now up to more than 50 participants. In March of 2019, the group met to discuss a fictional book based on a true story that took place during the Holocaust. Lilac Girls was written by Martha Hall Kelly. Readers contributed their opinions about the book. Chuck also engaged the group in a discussion about history along with content about the book.

“I wasn’t sure I wanted to read it but I thought it was a good read especially for those who don’t believe that concentration camps existed,” said one woman with Polish and German heritage.

“I thought it was quite enlightening that it wasn’t just Jewish people murdered in the war; there were non-Jewish Polish people killed. I visited Auschwitz twice,” said a Polish American.

Eighth Annual Young Inventors program looks for the next big invention

Livonia, MI (January 15, 2019) — Middle School students in Wayne County are vying for top spots in the Young Inventors Award Program.

Top finalists will be acknowledged on Thursday, January 17 at 6:30 p.m. A team of judges reviewed each project and picked the top two winners from each school and top three overall. The judges included five team members from Alpha USA.


Young Inventors Program Kicks Off Week Of Events

Livonia, MI – The Young Inventors program kicked off with a week of events designed to be sessions of inspirational messages about the program. A number of speakers visited students at schools throughout Wayne/Westland, Livonia, Clarenceville, and Garden City where they discussed cars, inventions, and creativity. 



Suppliers dig deep efficiency

The family-owned supplier installed data collection terminals at its reorganized workstations late last year in an attempt to streamline production and find new ways to manage increased capacity without adding physical floor space or machines. The North American automotive industry is preparing for 32 new and remodeled vehicle launches in 2014. In response, the supply base is finding ways to collect and analyze “big data” to improve product planning, streamline development and meet the industry’s aggressive launch schedules over the next three years.


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