Posted June 16, 2022

Endries International acquires Store Room Fasteners

Endries International announced that it has acquired Store Room Fasteners based in Montgomery, Alabama.

Endries InternationalTim Wilsford founded the business in 1984, operating out of a storage shed. For nearly 40 years, he has continued to lead the business with a laser focused emphasis on meeting the needs of original equipment manufacturing and industrial markets. Today, in addition to the Montgomery facility, Store Room Fasteners operates facilities in Opelika and Selma, Alabama; Lagrange, Georgia; and Nuevo Laredo, Mexico.

"Tim’s ability to build a dedicated team of associates that carry forward the standard he personally set for meeting customer needs are the underpinnings of an organization that has seen continuous growth since inception," according to a company press release. "Additionally, a commitment to quality has always been at the forefront which is confirmed by the company’s accreditation to ISO 9001 for over 14 years. Store Room Fasteners major fulfillment offerings today include vendor managed inventory, sub-assemblies, and kitting solutions."

Store Room Fasteners will continue to operate on its current ERP system as Store Room Fasteners, An Endries International Company. Tim Wilsford will remain with the company in a leadership position over the 60 dedicated associates.

“Endries is thrilled to welcome Store Room Fasteners into our family. Tim has built an organization that mirrors what Endries was and is. The methodology and approach both companies follow is very consistent. We look forward to working with our new team members to improve our overall market offerings,” said Steve Endries, president of Endries.

Endries is distributor of fasteners and Class-C parts serving industrial OEMs and the Industrial marketplace worldwide. From its headquarters in Brillion, Wisconsin, and 11 U.S. and international distribution centers, Endries provides over 500,000 SKUs to its customer base. Endries operates primarily through a vendor managed inventory model, managing C-part categories for its customers across diverse industrial end markets. Endries partners with customers through robust replenishment systems that provide products and support services which are critical to maintaining the manufacturing process.