Originally founded in 1968, A.L. Lee Corporation has always offered superior underground equipment to the mining industry. Through dedication and commitment, the company earned a reputation for providing high quality products and outstanding customer service. Engineers and highly trained service technicians are available to meet customer needs and offer on-site training.
Today, A.L. Lee Corporation’s mining equipment business continues as a division of Strata Products Worldwide LLC, operating as, Strata Equipment LLC. The products, workmanship, quality and customer service remain unchanged as the company continues to specialize in custom equipment to meet customers’ needs.
While manufacturing and marketing is done in the United States, Strata’s equipment sales are available internationally through qualified distributors including the Strata Products Worldwide offices in Newcastle, Australia.
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