Saving Money on Freight Costs: Our Direct Shipping Approach

Your business prioritizes quality. The products you create, buildings you construct and materials you manufacture are incredibly valuable. You strive for the highest-quality workmanship, from the finished product to the smallest part used. Understandably, you want the highest-quality fasteners when manufacturing your products, too. But when choosing the best fastener supplier for your project or product, you might wonder how to get affordable materials. That’s where direct-from-manufacturer shipping comes in.   Direct-from-manufacturer shipping is a […]

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What You Should Know About Coarse vs. Fine Threads

  When it comes to fasteners, threads are key. Threads determine how well fastener components (like nuts, bolts and screws) hold materials and machines together, and maintain their integrity over time. The two main types of threads are coarse and fine, and while both types have their advantages and appropriate uses, coarse threads typically win in our book. Read on to learn the basics of these two types of threads and when you might consider […]

Continued Growth Expected for Global Fastener Market

The global automotive fastener market is projected to grow from an estimated USD 21.45 billion to USD 25.30 billion by 2025. Growing vehicle production, shifting focus toward lightweight vehicles, and the increasing use of electronics in vehicles, are all helping to drive the demand for fasteners. The Semi-permanent automotive fastener is the upcoming trend in the automotive industry. It is estimated to be the fastest growing segment of the automotive fastener market. Semi-permanent fasteners can […]

New Tariffs and the Fastener Industry

How New Tariffs Could Affect the Fastener Industry On March 18, 2018 the United States Department of Commerce announced tariffs on steel and aluminum, at 25 and 10 percent respectively.   While tariffs may sound good to US-based steel and aluminum companies (a tax on imports makes the domestic equivalent relatively cheaper), it could be a challenge for the much bigger sector of the US economy that buys those metals to use in the goods […]