Fastco uses cold forming technology to help customers implement creative fastener solutions.
Are you concerned about cash flow and tying up large sums of money on inventories? Are you concerned about the timing of your overseas shipment of fasteners? Do you have customers who are constantly shrinking the amount of lead time allotted for new parts and projects? Are you concerned about the amount of time it takes to implement revision changes to some of your components? Would a supplier with a wide range of capabilities and a willingness to tackle a wide range of estimated annual usages be valuable to your company?
If your company is plagued by the above problem, perhaps our company could provide assistance. Incorporated in 1970, Fastco Industries manufactures special fasteners from its 150,000 square foot facilities in Walker, Michigan. Serving a customer base in West Michigan, Fastco also supplies products to the Midwest, Canada, and Mexico. While predominately a supplier of automotive fasteners, Fastco also has key customers in the office furniture, appliance, and recreational vehicle industries.
Dedicated to continual improvement, 100% on time delivery, and zero defects, Fastco Industries is committed to meeting and exceeding its customer’s expectations in quality and delivery. With a wide range of cold headers, thread rollers, and secondary machining equipment, Fastco is uniquely qualified to provide a wide range of special fasteners. Let Fastco take care of your production fasteners requirements.
“Fastco regards its subcontractors as partners in satisfying its customer’s requirements. Only the best subcontractors become approved Fastco suppliers.”
Fastco maintains a full service tool room ready to meet today’s demand for speed and precision. With in-house tool making capability, Fastco aims to meet the needs of its customer in the shortest possible time. With lead time at a premium, Fastco’s in-house tooling capability can support the customer’s needs for quicker samples and shorter lead time for revision level changes.
Fastco’s investment in a wide range of secondary machining equipment gives it capabilities that other fastener manufacturers do not possess. Specially designed drilling tables allow Fastco to perform cross drilling operations on customer products. Towa shavers give Fastco the capability to shave grooves or other simple machining functions. Pointers and trimmers give Fastco a variety of other secondary machining options.
In order to provide its customers with fasteners for a wide range of applications, Fastco has developed a diverse supply chain of heat treaters, metal coaters, and adhesive applicators. Because of rigorous automotive requirements, only suppliers that are ISO-2001 or TS-16949 registered are considered as potential Fastco suppliers.
Fastco is a TS-16949 registered company. As an automotive supplier, Fastco is fully familiar with automotive requirements as they related to PPAP, FMEA, and APQP. Fully trained in problem solving techniques, the Fastco team is more than ready to assist customers in providing effective solutions when problems do occur.