More than 100 Employees. One Family.
As a family-owned and -operated business, we understand the value of relationships – not just with our customers, but also
with our employees. We believe that treating our employees well leads to them delivering the exceptional service our
The best leaders are also the best listeners. At ALTA, all managers and senior leadership have an open door policy and encourage employee feedback. Communication is the key to everything we do, internally and externally.
Don’t get us wrong; we love what we do. However, we also realize that there is more to life than work. We appreciate hard work, but also want our employees to keep their families first. At ALTA, we celebrate professional and personal achievements.
Setting the Standard for Our Customers
ALTA Refrigeration became an industry leader for many reasons. In fact, we can think of more than 100 of them: they’re the passionate, dedicated individuals who give their all every day. We love them and are proud to share some of their stories with you.
ALTA In the Community
HeroBox is a local non-profit that supports deployed, injured, aging, and homeless service members and veterans. Their mission is to ensure that every American hero receives the physical and moral support they deserve. Through their Sponsor A Unit program, groups can pack and ship care packages to deployed units all over the world. Last holiday season, we packed boxes for two units, the 155th Infantry National Guard Unit from Mississippi and the 379th Air Expeditionary Wing from Florida, with personal hygiene products, non-perishable foods, and some ALTA gear.
TOYS FOR TOTS
This past holiday season, we partnered with Allan Vigil Ford to collect new, unwrapped toys for children who otherwise may not receive Christmas gifts. This compassionate program allows us to give back to our community and support a military program that does so much for children in need.
Recently, we helped the Boy Scouts of the Flint River Council collect non-perishable food for their annual ‘Scouting for Food’ drive. The effort is crucial to restocking local food banks and taking care of community members who need our help the most.
WEST GEORGIA TECH
As members of West Georgia Technical College’s Welding Program Advisory Board, we are committed to helping the next generation achieve their career goals. In addition to donating equipment and sponsoring a welding booth at the Newnan campus, we also provide input on program curriculum and build relationships with instructors and university members.
MIDWEST FOOD BANK
We volunteer each month at Midwest Food Bank, a food distributor in Peachtree City that supports local agencies that feed those in need. Each month, they have dedicated distribution days when volunteers help load vehicles and pull food products for the agency representatives.