Fastenal Rolls out New Contractors Guide featuring 10,800+ construction supplies
Winona, MN – June 15th, 2009 – Fastenal, North America’s largest fastener distributor and a leading full-line industrial and construction supplier, has just released its new Contractors Guide. This innovative resource provides commercial contractors, architects, and engineers with an integrated catalog/technical reference guide covering a broad range of construction products sold at local Fastenal stores across North America.
The nearly 500-page guide contains 10,844 part numbers, with call-outs for engineering specs (mechanical properties, performance values, etc.), installation steps, applications guidance, and other practical product information. More than half of the guide is dedicated to fastening solutions, including 124 pages of mechanical and chemical anchoring products. This broad fastener offering is complemented with general construction supplies spanning 14 categories – from measuring systems and cordless tools to safety, electrical, and firestop products.
The new Fastenal Contractors guide is now available to the roughly 70,000 contractors serviced by Fastenal’s 2,300+ stores, each of which provides local product, jobsite delivery, and jobsite VMI programs. To request a copy, customers can contact their local Fastenal store. Store locations are available at www.fastenal.com.
About Fastenal Company
Since 1967, Fastenal Company [NASDAQ: FAST] has grown from a small-town fastener store into North America’s largest fastener distributor and one of the world’s leading full-line industrial and construction suppliers. Each of Fastenal’s 2,300+ stores takes a flexible approach to help local customers achieve their business goals – tailoring its inventory to anticipate local demand while providing value-added services ranging from local delivery to fully customized inventory management solutions. Learn more about Fastenal’s products, services, and solutions at www.fastenal.com.
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