With a history almost as colorful as the original Alamo in Texas, the San Antonio based Alamo Lift Company may be gone, but it is not forgotten. How ironic, these lifts were actually produced in a plant in Torreon, Mexico by a company called ASSSA. During a plant tour in the 1990’s you would not have believed all the Bridgeport milling machines they had that were simply left there by the US Government after World War II. The alleged story goes that the plant once made ammunition shell casings that were used during the war effort. Regardless, at some point later in its history, the plant was used to produce surface-mount auto lifts.
Both 2- and 4-post Alamo auto lifts are still in operation throughout the United States and Mexico. Typical repairs include new cables, rubber arm pads, power units, and local safety parts that wear out over time. SVI is your best source for these repair parts. If we don’t have what you need in stock, we’ll make the part for you. Next time you remember the Alamo, SVI should come to mind.
Call SVI today at (800) 321-8173 to discuss your repair or manufacturing needs.
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