Alan Lebedoff, President
Marc Flego, Operations Manager
Chad Bustin, Business Development Manager
Started as a means of occupying a young high-school student’s time, ALX has grown prodigiously over the last decade, and we are adding more capabilities every day.
Since 2006, ALX has been the premier regional supplier of drill core boxes, survey lath, and stakes— but we’re much, much more than just core boxes.
From oils and lubricants, to diamond drill bits, to canvas wall tents, and all manner of goods in-between, we are expanding our selection of in-stock products constantly.
ALX is a long-time and very proud supporter of the Yukon Special Olympics, becoming a Platinum Sponsor in 2017.
In addition to Yukon Special Olympics, ALX contributes to a number of community groups and programs, including the Whitehorse Minor Hockey Association, among several others.
We acknowledge that we operate out of the traditional territory of the Kwanlin Dün First Nation and the Ta’an Kwäch’än Council in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory. We also work with companies and groups operating in the traditional territories of several other Yukon First Nations.
As business leaders in the community, ALX has partnered with a number of Yukon First Nations in providing revenue for projects operating in the traditional territory of the Na-cho Nyak Dun First Nation and the Tahltan First Nation. ALX was one of the first suppliers to pursue these agreements, which provide necessary funding for community infrastructure, projects, and development for Indigenous communities in rural Yukon and Northern British Columbia.
What sets ALX apart from other suppliers?
First, we pride ourselves on offering exceptional customer service for our clients. Going the extra mile isn’t actually extra for us– we consider it a part of the job. With a staff that is uniquely flexible and multi-talented, we are able to provide one-on-one attention and focus, while being nimble enough to supply a truly diverse range of business, industries, and companies.
Our location offers us the best of both worlds— Whitehorse is much closer to exploration, drilling, and mining projects in the territories and Northern BC than southern suppliers and acts as a transportation and infrastructure hub for northwestern Canada.