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Future-Proofing Supply Chains
The business world is rethinking how supply chains are managed, shifting the focus from cost and just-in-time fulfillment to risk management and overall performance. How can you build resiliency without adding cost and complexity to your business? Learn how Fastenal is investing in your success be extending a multi-sourced, carefully managed supply chain through a single strategic partnership.
Total Cost of Ownership Analysis: A Best Practice to Understanding Your Supply Chain
If you aren't focused on the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), you can bet your competitors are. A look at the drivers of TCO along with solutions to attack TCO from every angle - from procurement and freight to employee walking time and consumption.
Today's business leaders are seeking ways to mitigate risk and build resiliency into the supply chain. Join our discussion with our internal supply chain experts to explore how we can work together to establish contingency plans and pre-defined options for critical product needs.
Failure Analysis: A Discussion with Fastenal Engineering
A fastener failure often raises a quality concern but is more likely an indication of an assembly problem or a symptom of an unanticipated service condition. In this webinar, we will learn how to identify key fracture characteristics and conduct a fastener failure investigation. We will also take a close look at common failure modes with case studies and discuss several methods for reducing or eliminating failures and overall risk mitigation in fastener application design.
Keeping it Together: Torque and Tension in Assembly
Many fastened assemblies are put together with impact wrenches and hand tools, but these don’t allow adequate control of the clamp load, which is the critical aspect for successful performance. Torque-based assembly strategies can help improve a bolted joint, and understanding how torque and clamp load are related is essential to keeping that joint tight. In this webinar, we will take a close look at the following:
Creating a Blueprint for Cost Savings: A Discussion with Fastenal Engineering
Despite typically being a small percent of overall product cost, fasteners are extremely critical to any OEM assembly, and managing their costs and optimizing the assembly process are key goals for design and manufacturing engineers alike. In this webinar, we will discuss cost drivers of fasteners and fastening while exploring ways to evaluate a given product and assembly process to identify opportunities for cost savings.
Executive Roundtable In a time of staggering change, how has Fastenal adapted to ensure a reliable supply chain for your business? Attend an open discussion with our sales leadership to better understand our evolving go-to-market strategy and the full scope of resources available to your business.