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History

   All State Fastener Corporation History

September 1950Anthony Giorgio begins his career in the fastener industry with Perry Screw and Bolt Co. as an order filler. He rapidly advances in the company through diligence and a deep seeded desire to be successful.
January 1963Anthony Giorgio and George Schoensee from Apex Fastener decide to form All State Fastener. They find a storefront property at 701 East McNichols and open for business. Four employees work long hours to keep up with the workload and use practical jokes and all night card games to keep spirits high. As the business grows and prospers, additional staff are employed and trained to understand the importance of the relationship between the customer and supplier.
January 1965Due to growth All State Fastener moves to 6017 East McNichols.
January 1969In four short years All State Fastener relocates to 14495 East 8 Mile Road due to continued growth and expansion.
September 1972The facility is expanded by 8,100 square feet due to continued growth.
July 1982In recognition of increasing demand and expansion of our customer base, the decision is made to strategically locate full satellite locations as the voice of the customer dictates. Our first location in opened in Dublin, Ohio.
January 1985The Windsor, Ontario Canada facility opens.
May 1985The Marietta, Georgia facility opens.
March 1990The Las Vegas, Nevada facility opens.
September 1992In recognition of our ever increasing sophistication in the supply chain, All State Fastener embarks on the journey to becoming a Total Quality Managed corporation.
January 1993A facilitator from the American Supplier Institute is contracted to assist All State Fastener through transition of becoming a Total Quality Managed corporation.
June 1993In its ongoing efforts toward continuous improvement, and a desire to identify and streamline it’s operations, a new corporation structure is created to better identify specific responsibilities and improve focus on our value added services. Mission Statement, Philosophy, and Objective statements are published.
September 1993The Roswell, New Mexico facility opens.
March 1994Reno, Nevada and Seattle, Washington facilities open. All State Fastener achieves the Q101W Supplier designation form Ford Motor Company.
May 1995All State Fastener achieves the Ford Q1 Quality Rating.
June 1995The Alpena, Michigan facility opens.
April 1996The Toledo, Ohio facility opens.
March 1997The Amarillo, Texas facility opens
February 1998The Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Canada Facility opens
December 1998Became QS 9000/ ISO 9002 Certified at Warren Facility
August 1999Became QS 9000/ISO 9002 Certified at Windsor, Ontario Facility
June 2001The Russellville, Kentucky facility opens.
April 2003The Longview, Texas facility opens.
August 2003The Lafayette, Indiana facility opens.
September 2006Due to growth, All State Fastener relocates to 15460 E 12 Mile Road
September 2013Awarded CTPAT certification
August 2014The Fond du Lac, Wisconsin facility opens.
March 2015The Mauston, Wisconsin facility opens.
November 2016Certified QS 9001:2008
January 2018Certified QS 9001:2015