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Impossible Aerospace Corporation (IA); the Rise of Alpine 4 Technologies Ltd (OTCMKTS: ALPP)

Alpine 4 Technologies Ltd (OTCMKTS: ALPP) has made a powerful move up in recent months emerging as a volume leader in small caps. For months the stock sat at its $0.04 base finally taking off in mid-November after the Company announced the acquisition of United States Air Force contractor, Impossible Aerospace Corporation (IA). As part of the acquisition 3 major institutional investors became shareholders in Alpine 4; Airbus Vetnures (one of the largest aviation companies in the world), Bessemer VC (the oldest Venture Capital firm in America) and Eclipse VC.

Alpine 4 is doing big numbers recently reporting $8,729,633 in revenues for the 3 months ended, September 30, 2020 up from $7 million for the same period last year. Microcapdaily reported on ALPP on November 17 when the stock was around $0.07 pointing out the Company and its subsidiaries keep inking multi-million dollar contracts many of them in the coronavirus space. The Company’s subsidiary Morris Sheet Metal Corp recently reported it secured several new health care building projects for its hospital clientele to build isolation rooms.

Alpine 4 Technologies Ltd (OTCMKTS: ALPP) is a publicly traded enterprise with business related endeavors in, Software, Automotive Technologies, Electronics Manufacturing, and Energy Services & Fabrication Technologies. However Alpine 4’s acquisition model is industry agnostic and is based around our Driver, Stabilizer, Facilitator business model. Four principles at the core of the Company’s business are: Synergy. Innovation. Drive. Excellence. Alpine 4 currently owns 11 operating subsidiaries: Altia llc; Quality Circuit Assembly, Inc., American Precision Fabricators, Inc., Morris Sheet Metal, Corp, JTD Spiral, Inc., Deluxe Sheet Metal, Inc, and Excel Fabrication, LLC. In the first quarter of 2020, Alpine 4 created three additional subsidiaries to act as silo holding companies, organized by industries.  These silo subsidiaries are A4 Construction Services, Inc. A4 Manufacturing, Inc. and A4 Technologies, Inc. All three are Delaware corporations.

The Company is currently acquiring Impossible Aerospace Corporation.  Impossible Aerospace builds high-performance electric aircraft and drones.  Its customers range from the US Airforce to the City of Santa Clara, and other municipalities.  Impossible Aerospace is Alpine 4’s first acquisition in the UAV space and will serve as a cornerstone to build upon. Upon completion of the transaction Impossible Aerospace will be a wholly owned subsidiary of Alpine 4. The three major institutional investors that are now Shareholders in Alpine 4 are Airbus (one of the largest aviation companies in the world), Bessemer VC (the oldest Venture Capital firm in America) and Eclipse VC.

Microcapdaily reported on ALPP in November when the stock was around $0.07 pointing out the Company and its subsidiaries keep inking multi-million dollar contracts many of them in the coronavirus space. The Company’s subsidiary Morris Sheet Metal Corp reported it secured several new health care building projects for its hospital clientele to build isolation rooms. Alpine 4 is doing big numbers recently reporting $8,729,633 in revenues for the 3 months ended, September 30, 2020 up from $7 million for the same period last year.

Alpine 4 has been busy beefing up its management team appointing Spencer Gore to the team as a corporate strategy consultant. Mr. Gore was brought on with three primary goals. The first was to help in the transfer of IP associated with the sale of Impossible Aerospace to Alpine 4. The second was to help Alpine 4 capitalize on Mr. Gore’s extensive knowledge of commercial drones and his experience in battery technologies. Finally, the company feels that Mr. Gore’s time spent with Tesla and Space X will help Impossible Aerospace execute on the growing demand from the US Air Force for domestically made electric aircraft.

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Alpine 4 has appointed Larry Zic as its VP / Corporate Controller. Mr. Zic, a CPA was a Senior Vice President of Finance for Saks, Inc., a $5b annual retail department store chain. He has been part of implementing 12 ERP systems over his career. It is this experience that will help advance the execution of Alpine 4’s SPECTRUMebos ERP system both internally and commercially. The Company also appointed Craig Codling as its Chief Technology Officer. Prior to joining Alpine 4, Craig worked for Ancestry.com as a lead development architect. His team led the way for the creation of several new innovations that allowed Ancestry.com to facilitate billions of transactions daily. Craig was also the founder of Kiware, Inc., a robust ERP platform for the manufacturing and wholesale industries.

On November 23 Alpine 4 announced Impossible Aerospace Corporation (IA) has completed its final deliverable on its first $1.5 million contract with the United States Air Force. The SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research) contract financed the testing, delivery and deployment of several Impossible Aerospace US-1 aircraft into an operational defense environment. While several American companies have announced or launched American-built small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS), the unique endurance, robustness and sensing capabilities of US-1 have been put to work protecting the nation’s critical defense systems, including its stockpile of nuclear ICBMS across the western United States.

On December 2 Alpine 4 reported its subsidiary, Excel Fabrication LLC., is now an approved Varco Pruden Buildings supplier of steel structures for commercial building. Excel has provided construction services to the western United States for 12 years. The company is excited to provide steel construction and metal building systems as an economical and aesthetically pleasing design option. Excel has joined Varco Pruden’s builder network in an effort to offer more options to their customers. The company expects that being a part of the Varco Pruden Builder network will give Excel’s customers greater access to pre-engineered and conventional steel solutions, use of the company’s advanced engineering program and contact with architects and engineers. It is for this reason that Alpine 4 is expanding its reach of General Contracting starting with the following 7 states: Montana, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Utah, Nevada and Wyoming.

Kent Wilson, CEO of Alpine 4, had this to say, “I must emphasis how big of a deal this is for Excel and A4 Constructions Services, Inc., and we are very pleased to partner with Varco Pruden Buildings as our sole source of steel building offerings. It’s important to point out that over the past month, as we have begun to incorporate Varco Pruden Buildings into our bidding process, our job bidding has swelled to over $100 million. This is a 500% increase over our job bidding prior to being in their network. This is solely related to the strong name recognition and branding of Varco Pruden Buildings.”

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Alpine 4 has made a powerful move up in recent months emerging as a volume leader in small caps. For months the stock sat at its $0.04 base finally taking off in mid-November after the Company announced the acquisition of United States Air Force contractor, Impossible Aerospace Corporation (IA). As part of the acquisition 3 major institutional investors became shareholders in Alpine 4; Airbus Ventures (one of the largest aviation companies in the world), Bessemer VC (the oldest Venture Capital firm in America) and Eclipse VC. Alpine 4 is doing big numbers recently reporting $8,729,633 in revenues for the 3 months ended, September 30, 2020 up from $7 million for the same period last year. Microcapdaily reported on ALPP on November 17 when the stock was around $0.07 pointing out the Company and its subsidiaries keep inking multi-million dollar contracts many of them in the coronavirus space. The Company’s subsidiary Morris Sheet Metal Corp recently reported it secured several new health care building projects for its hospital clientele to build isolation rooms. We will be updating on ALPP when more details emerge so make sure you are subscribed to Microcapdaily so you know what’s going on with ALPP.

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Disclosure: we hold no position in ALPP either long or short and we have not been compensated for this article.

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