West Point

I just started my CPA practice in January. I needed copy machines, fax machines, etc. Tri-Copy came highly recommended and I am glad I chose them. They were excellent in fulfilling the machine requirements that I needed at a fair price. The most important item to me however is service. During the tax season quick service is needed should a machine go down. Tri-Copy responded immediately when we needed their service. I highly recommend Tri-Copy. - Chris Breeden, Owner

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West Point is a city in Troup County, with a small tail of the south end of town in Harris County, in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, it had a population of 3,474, and in 2015 the estimated population was 3,728. 

Kia Motors opened an automobile factory in West Point in 2010. Since 2011, the West Point auto factory has been manufacturing models of the Hyundai Santa Fe, Kia Sorento, and Kia Optima.

Batson-Cook Construction was founded in West Point in 1913. It continues to be headquartered in West Point.

West Point Iron Works was founded in West Point three years after the Civil War ended. The company started off as a supplier of individual components, such as pulleys and gears, to nearby textile mills. In the 1930s the company was renamed West Point Foundry and Machine Co. In the 2000s, having been negatively impacted by imports (cloth) the company turned to SEETAC to seek assistance to use the firm's engineering and production expertise to provide products to the U.S. military. The firm also changed its name to West Point Industries to emphasize its broader client base. West Point now also makes component parts for manufacturers in a wide range of industries.