As the world and all of us move through the Challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, Allied Track and Bottom Line Company are continuing to support our customers and are available to help in any way possible. We are taking necessary precautions with all our equipment and personnel and continue to be of service. Stay safe everyone.
Allied continues to work with our customers while ensuring adherence to all necessary policies and practices to ensure safety for all.
Allied Track Welcomes Harlee Barfknecht-Zuber
Harlee is a native Hamiltonian and takes great pride in being from “Steel City”. She graduated from Mohawk College with a Diploma in Advertising and then followed her passion, where she learned how to train horses for the hunter and jumper rings. Harlee has now retired from the “A” circuit but still maintains her Equine Canada Membership and has her certification up to level 6.
While pursuing her passion for horses Harlee worked at Turtle Jacks giving her vast experience working with people. While this was a challenging career, Harlee wanted more.
Harlee started her Sales and Marketing career with Mainstream Metals and dove headfirst into her new industry. Her drive and determination were quickly noticed, and she was transitioned into the role of “New business Development” at American Iron and Metal. Harlee joined the AWMI (Association of Women and Metal) where she currently volunteers on the board.
Harlee is excited to be part of Allied especially during these challenging times and acknowledges that being part of an industry that services such an integral part of the supply chain is something to be proud of!
Harlee looks forward to meeting more of you and becoming an integral part of our industry.
Allied Track Wins 5th Consecutive NRC Safety Award, With Gold Award for 2019
Safety is always a team effort, and every employee at Allied Track is on the team. We are always striving for the best safety culture we can achieve, smart people making smart decisions to ensure work is completed and everyone goes home safely, a task that will never be complete and can always be improved, though this recognition of progress is always welcome. As a team effort I am proud of the work we do and want to congratulate all involved."
Andy Jones, CEO Allied Track