Posted February 14, 2019

Endries International acquires Industrial Products Company

IPC provides fasteners and production components to the OEM market. 

Endries International has acquired Industrial Products Company, headquartered in Lynchburg, Virginia.

IPC is a provider of fasteners and related production components to the original equipment manufacturing market. In addition to the headquarters in Virginia, IPC has warehouse locations in Mississippi, Nebraska and mainland China. IPC customers are served via a variety of service offerings including on-premises vendor managed inventory systems.

Scott Wolf, the owner of IPC, will remain with the company in a leadership position.

“Industrial Products Company is an organization that is very similar to Endries in the fact that we start with a customer centric philosophy. We are thrilled to have Scott Wolf and his dedicated team of associates join us. Together, we look forward to building on the foundation and strong reputation that has been established,” said Steve Endries, president of Endries International.

Endries is a distributor of fasteners and Class-C parts serving industrial original equipment manufacturers worldwide. From its headquarters in Brillion, Wisconsin, and eight U.S. and international distribution centers, Endries provides over 500,000 SKUs to its customer base. Endries operates primarily through a Vendor Managed Inventory model, managing C-part categories for its customers across diverse industrial end markets.

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