Our mission is to create value in, and for the people we serve.
Welcome to Threaded Fasteners Inc.
We specialize in the manufacturing, custom packaging and distribution of high quality steel fasteners including tower and electric utility bolts, anchor bolts, A325 structural bolts, A394 tower bolts, nuts, washers and more. If we do not have your requested item, our Custom Manufactured Parts division will respond quickly by creating the materials you need to get the job done.
With over 260 dedicated employee owners, Threaded Fasteners, Inc., maintains $11 million worth of inventory across twelve distribution warehouses, from Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Oklahoma, and Tennessee, and Texas to meet the global needs of our customers from industries including power generating utilities, chemical and electrical, commercial marine construction, stainless steel fabricators, metal building manufacturers and Department of Transportation (DOT) fabricators.
TFI Acquires Threading Machine Manufacturer RTC Threaders
Threaded Fasteners, Inc. has acquired RTC Threaders, the premier manufacturer of planetary threading equipment in the US.
“We are thrilled to have Rick and the RTC team join the TFI Family, I have had the privilege getting to know Rick Pease over the past few months and I was not only immediately impressed with the quality of the machines that he designed, but most importantly the quality of his character,” says Billy Duren (TFI President).
RTC Threaders will continue operations at their Churubusco, Indiana facility. For more information, read our press release by clicking learn more or visit www.rtcthreaders.com
In the News
TFI President, Billy Duren, spoke with Cam Marston on the What’s Working Podcast about what it means to have a culture of ownership, servant leadership, and personal development.
“The heart to serve is at the root of our culture, if we continue to have a heart to serve, if our heart is to serve our customers, to serve our people, the culture takes care of itself.” – Billy Duren
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Letter from the President
March 29, 2022
Culture Should be Seen, Not just heard.
When I was a child, it was a common thing to hear adults say, “children are to be seen and not heard.” My parents along with many parents of that generation didn’t have the “privilege” of hearing the latest in how to build your children’s self-esteem. Actually, the expression comes from an old English proverb, dating from the 15th century. In the original form it was specifically young women who were expected to keep quiet. This opinion is recorded in the 15th century collection of homilies written by an Augustinian clergyman named John Mirk. When I read this, I was immediately taken back in time to when my 6 daughters were all still at home; asking them to keep quiet usually just cranked up their giggle box. I think about all the things I learned from listening to my children speak. Hearing from their heart, their dreams, and their aspirations.