EAST GRANBY, CT — Industrial Buyers Consortium (IBC) has announced the addition of All Industrial Tool Supply of Huntington Beach, CA, to its family of independent distributors and preferred suppliers. A distributor of carbide cutting tools, abrasives, and machine shop supplies, All Industrial Tool Supply was founded in 2010 and serves customers locally in the Southern California market and nationwide via the company’s ecommerce channels.
Jeff Perry, President, said All Industrial Tool Supply's membership goals with IBC include strengthening the distributorship’s product knowledge through IBC University, expanding its product and service offerings, and improving the firm’s visibility with vendors, peers, end users, and the industry as a whole.
“As a small and relatively new independent distributor, it can be challenging to compete with the scale of big box national chains,” said Perry. “We believe a partnership with IBC will allow the best opportunity to pursue our growth objectives through a more robust product offering and participation in the organization’s national and minority contract programs.”
All Industrial Tool Supply partners with its customers to deliver innovative tooling solutions for their most pressing metalworking challenges. “Our core values of excellence, respect, integrity, dependability, and community all guide our behaviors and actions,” said Perry, “to provide our customers with truly exceptional service.”
Nancy Schwind, IBC’s Director of Business Development & Supplier Diversity, said the group is pleased to be able to add All Industrial Tool Supply to the IBC family of Independent Distributors. “This is a relatively new company with a solid strategy supported by enthusiastic, take-action team,” said Schwind. “IBC, along with all our Distributor members and suppliers, will benefit from All Industrial Tool Supply’s membership.”
IBC is an alliance of industrial, bearing & power transmission, electrical, and subassembly distributors with over 550 branch locations and total sales in excess of $6.64 billion.