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January 18, 1996
Universal Alloy Corp. said Wednesday it plans to add an administrative building and an engineering and research center as part of another major expansion at the site of its aluminum extrusion mill. Universal also plans to build a facility for heat treating, straightening, stretching and drawing. The expansion will boost the complex's size to more than 235,000 square feet from 170,000 square feet.
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March 26, 1996
A large Orange County aluminum mill said it plans to build a factory in Georgia to handle growing business on the East Coast and the Midwest. Universal Alloy Corp. said it will spend $10 million for the 105,000-square-foot plant, which will employ up to 300 workers after opening in early 1998. Universal makes high-tech extruded aluminum parts for the aircraft industry.
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BUSINESS
March 26, 1996
A large Orange County aluminum mill said it plans to build a factory in Georgia to handle growing business on the East Coast and the Midwest. Universal Alloy Corp. said it will spend $10 million for the 105,000-square-foot plant, which will employ up to 300 workers after opening in early 1998. Universal makes high-tech extruded aluminum parts for the aircraft industry.
BUSINESS
January 18, 1996
Universal Alloy Corp. said Wednesday it plans to add an administrative building and an engineering and research center as part of another major expansion at the site of its aluminum extrusion mill. Universal also plans to build a facility for heat treating, straightening, stretching and drawing. The expansion will boost the complex's size to more than 235,000 square feet from 170,000 square feet.
BUSINESS
November 17, 1993 | Debora Vrana, Times correspondent
As part of an agreement announced Tuesday, Universal Alloy Corp. has signed a 15-year contract to remain in Anaheim, a move that retains more than 200 jobs in that city. A manufacturer of aluminum aircraft products, Universal Alloy decided to expand its existing 150,000-square-foot headquarters by 7,500 square feet. To persuade the company to stay, the city put together an incentive package that will save Universal an estimated $1.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 26, 1996
Fifteen companies were honored by the City Council this week for participation in Powerful Partnership for Business, an economic development program credited with attracting or retaining more than 5,000 jobs in the community. City spokesman Bret Colson said the program offers a range of options, from job training incentives to utility rate breaks. The businesses are SPM, Sundor Brands Inc., MTI Technology Corp., Anaheim Foundry Co., Universal Alloy Corp., YKK (USA) Inc., Disc Manufacturing Inc.
BUSINESS
February 17, 1995
Michael J. Lowell, the chief financial officer of air-pollution products maker Wahlco Environmental Systems Inc., has resigned to accept the same position at Alpha Microsystems. Lowell, 36, is expected to start at Alpha Microsystems on March 6, reporting directly to President Douglas J. Tullio. Lowell replaces John D. Murray, 53, who resigned in December. "We are pleased that Mike Lowell has accepted this appointment," Tullio said.
BUSINESS
March 9, 1997
* Kim K. Speciale has been named vice president and relationship manager for National Bank of Southern California's Beach Cities regional office in Fountain Valley. She joins the bank from Bank of Westminster, where she was regional vice president and manager for the Huntington Beach office. * Eric P. Jacobs has been appointed vice president of information services for First American Title Insurance Co. in Santa Ana. He had been assistant vice president of automated systems since 1993.
BUSINESS
November 17, 1993 | Debora Vrana, Times correspondent
As part of an agreement announced Tuesday, Universal Alloy Corp. has signed a 15-year contract to remain in Anaheim, a move that retains more than 200 jobs in that city. A manufacturer of aluminum aircraft products, Universal Alloy decided to expand its existing 150,000-square-foot headquarters by 7,500 square feet. To persuade the company to stay, the city put together an incentive package that will save Universal an estimated $1.
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