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H&S sales expands Buffalo operations

H&S Sales, Incorporated (H&S), a leading fastener and industrial supplies company supporting Midwestern manufacturers, announced its business growth plans and facility expansion at its downtown Buffalo distribution center.

H&S will add 40% more warehouse capacity to accommodate the many new product categories it has added for their growing client base. In addition, the new space will be used to support expansion in managed inventory programs and packaging.

The facility expansion and investments assures H&S’s customers, such as leading OEMs, fabricators, and service companies that they have access to one of Western New York’s largest fastener inventories including a vast portfolio of standard and metric fasteners, rivets, threaded rod, B7 studs and wide variety of other products for just about any application. H&S also offers kitting and packaging services as well as innovative vendor managed inventory solutions tailored to specific customer requirements.

"H&S loves doing business in Western New York!" commented Kevin Weidinger, President. "We are committed to Buffalo and we intend to invest and grow with the fine manufacturers and service companies that have been shaking hands with H&S since 1952."

"We are excited about our expanded inventory, new products, and kitting capabilities as those are keys to continued customer growth, states Art Broome, General Manager, in addition, we have added many new customers with our managed inventory programs as its helps match supply directly with demand. Our customers also appreciate that H&S has full access to an additional 25,000 SKUs with our Ohio, sister companies Great Lakes Fasteners and CMI Industries."

"Our customers expect and receive prompt responses to quotes and availability and we give that to them, states John Yurka, Sr. Program Manager, I have been with the company for over 30 years and we are driven to serve and grow with our customers."