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Fastenal Co. engages in the provision of fasteners, tools, and supplies which can help in the manufacture of products, build structures, protect personnel, and maintain facilities and equipment. It products include cutting tools & metalworking, fasteners, material handling, storage & packaging power, transmission & motors, tools & equipment, electricals, abrasives, hydraulics & pneumatics, plumbing, lifting & rigging, raw materials, fleet & automotive, welding, office products & furniture, janitorial and lighting. Read More The company was founded by Robert A. Kierlin, Michael M. Gostomski, Henry K. McCannon, John D. Remick, and Stephen M. Slaggie in November 1967 and is headquartered in Winona, MN.
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Recent Performance: Fastenal Company (NASDAQ: FAST)
Fastenal Company is part of the industrials sector and is in the industrial distribution industry. The company CEO is Daniel L. Florness. Fastenal Co is an industrial supplies company. It distributes maintains, repairs, and operates supplies to industrial and construction customers. Its product portfolio includes OEM fasteners, safety products, tools and equipment. Previous Intraday Trading Performance: The FAST stock showed a previous change of -3.41% with an open at 63.47 and a close of 61.70. It reache...
Simply Wall StMar 24
Why Fastenal Company (NASDAQ:FAST) Is A Top Dividend Stock
Fastenal Company (NASDAQ:FAST) has pleased shareholders over the past 10 years, by paying out dividends. The stock currently pays out a dividend yield of 2.8%, and has a market cap of US$18b. Does Fastenal tick all the boxes of a great dividend stock? Below, I’ll take you through my analysis. See our latest analysis for Fastenal Here’s how I find good dividend stocks If you are a dividend investor, you should always assess these five key metrics: Does it pay an annual yield higher than 75% of dividend p...
Yahoo FinanceMar 20
W.W. Grainger Is a Buy Now
- By Jonathan Poland Last July, I wrote this article on W.W. Grainger (GWW) and its main competitor Fastenal (FAST), stating both companies were strong, but that Fastenal was a better buy at the time. Fast forward nine months, and it's Grainger that gives investors a buying opportunity. The industrial supply company founded in 1927 in Chicago by William W. Grainger has continued its upward financial march. At the end of January, the company reported fiscal year 2018 GAAP earnings of $3.68 per shar...
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