Our team is driven by quality and customer service. Even though the parts we supply may be small, we know they are a critical part of your product. We take pride in providing high-quality fasteners and related components seamlessly.
From small, privately-held shops to multi-site manufacturers worldwide, we make it easier for businesses of every size to focus on what they do best. Our sourcing and supply program throughout North America, Europe and Asia coupled with our fulfillment solutions allow our customers to succeed, without having to worry about the small but important products that are necessary to their operation.
Commitment to Service
We get it — sometimes you need a part and you need it now. That’s why we’re committed to delivering prompt, personal service. Don’t think of us as just a supplier, we’re your supply partner and function as an extension of your team.
As your needs change, the way your products are supplied must evolve too. We are constantly looking for new ways to leverage technology to make inventory supply and management more efficient.
From using RFID tags in our PULSE technology to deploying cellular scanners among our customer service personnel, technology is at the forefront of what we do. Should the need arise, we also have an ISO 9001 documented procedure on disaster recovery and have back-up systems in place. By continuing to push forward with technology, we’re able to keep you one step ahead of the competition.
Founded in 1970, we’re proud to say that even though we’ve grown tremendously over the last 50 years, we’ve also stayed true to our roots. Bob and Patricia Endries started the business in their basement in Brillion, Wisconsin — the same town where our headquarters is still located.
As we continue to grow and evolve, we maintain the same commitment to quality and customer service and remain tied to the Endries family. Bob and Patricia’s son Steve Endries took over as President in 2004 and continues today as Chairman of the Board.
Quality and customer service has always been important — even in the beginning. Bob and Patricia Endries founded us as Bob Endries Auto Specialties in a small basement located in Brillion, WI.
We moved from a basement to a new building at the present site of our corporate office in Brillion, WI. We also got semi-loads of fasteners after purchasing a business out of Detroit, MI.
Under the Wisconsin Incorporation Laws, we changed our name to Endries Fastener & Supply, Inc.
Our revenue doubled from last year. With our additional profits, we added an 80-by-160-foot addition to the original structure.
Sales increased 70% over the previous year. We were booming!
Another year came with more upgrades. We added a 30,000-square-foot addition to the building.
Quality has always been in our blood. That’s why we established an in-house quality control department.
It was a big year for us. We purchased the assets of two Chicago firms, Industrial Fasteners and Regal Fasteners.
Not only did we acquire Ray Bristow Company of Portland, OR, but we also developed and introduced our first inventory management program!
We purchased the stock of Wisconsin Bolt & Nut of Milwaukee, WI and merged it with Endries’ existing Milwaukee branch (because two is better than one).
Through the acquisition of a Canadian distributor, we opened a distribution center in Guelph, Ontario.
On June 21, Endries Brillion DC achieves ISO 9002 certification.
We then opened the Southeastern Distribution Center (SEDC) outside of Atlanta, GA.
On Aug. 29, we added Guelph ONT to our HQ ISO 9002 certificate.
We needed more room to grow, so we increased the size of our corporate headquarters to over 110,000 square feet.
Since, global connections were at the top of our priority list, we started marketing ourselves as Endries International. Endries International Europe B.V. began operations in Breda, Netherlands. We also opened our West Coast Distribution Center (WDC) in Fullerton, CA.
It was a busy year for us! We purchased Precision Technical Services, Inc. (PTS) in Kennesaw, GA and Breda DC achieved ISO-9002 certification. We also opened a distribution center in Coventry, England, establishing our United Kingdom division under name of Endries International U.K. Ltd.
We did it! Endries was named one of the top 100 privately-held companies in Wisconsin. On Dec. 17, Breda DC upgraded to ISO 9001:2000 certification.
Endries North American distribution centers upgrade ISO certification to ISO 9001:2000. We also purchased the assets of Interstate – Fastener Division.
We started servicing customers in China.
Steve Endries succeeded his father and became the second president of Endries International. We also began serving customers in Mexico while a sourcing and quality facility opened in Taiwan.
On Nov. 29, we added Kennesaw, GA to our HQ ISO 9001:2000 certificate.
Wolseley Industrial Group acquired Endries International. Endries also launched www.endriesinternational.nl, a Dutch website for customers in the Netherlands.
We increased the size of our HQ facility to over 225,000 square feet.
We established operations in India.
On June 28, the HQ certificate upgraded to ISO 9001:2008.
On Feb. 9, Breda DC upgraded to ISO 9001:2008.
We expanded distribution centers in Cambridge, Ontario and Fullerton, CA, and started to sell in South America.
We expanded warehouse facility in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
This year was a great time for inventions. We developed PULSE, an RFID based VMI solution.
On April 2, we acquired Branam Fastening Systems Inc.
On Sept. 28, we acquired Legacy Fastener & Supply LLC.
On Feb. 1, we acquired Industrial Products Company, a company who was already ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 17025:2005 certified.
On May 29, we added Sheffield Village to the HQ ISO 9001:2015 certificate.
On Jan. 8, we acquired Fastener Service Corporation, a provider of fasteners and Class C commodities.
On June 2, we acquired All-West Components & Fasteners Inc., a company focused on serving the original equipment manufacturing market.
On October 1, we acquired K&L Sales, Inc.
On Sept. 1, we acquired Fullco Industries Inc., a provider of fasteners and specialty components.
On Oct. 1, we opened a 30,000 square foot distribution operation in Augusta, Georgia to serve our growing customer base in that area.
In June we acquired Store Room Fasteners a provider of fasteners and industrial supplies.
On Oct 31, Endries International names Michael Knight President and Chief Executive Officer. Knight succeeds Steve Endries, who will serve as Chairman and Head of Strategic Partnerships.
On Oct. 31, we acquired Alliance Nut & Bolt, LLC., a provider of fasteners and specialty components