Cat-Way Fasteners Inc. opened July 26, 1999 (as Cat-Way Fasteners LLC) embarking on a long-time dream by Wayne Raymer to own a distributorship in fasteners and related maintenance products. From the onset, our main objective has been to provide quality products, competitive pricing, and specialized customer service with personal attention to customer needs. Our motto, "Customer Service Is Our Specialty," truly defines our desire to provide the kind of service that we, as customers ourselves, expect from our vendors.
Wayne P. Raymer, owner, provides diverse expertise with 37 years of fastener experience in sales (inside rep and outside rep for Southern Screw Company). Wayne has also worked as a consultant with customers, vendors and engineers to facilitate problem solving. Wayne handles our outside sales with "hands on" on-site customer service. He is comfortable assisting with engineering projects to ensure the correct part is incorporated, as well as working with all maintenance people.
Cathy L. Raymer, vice president, combines 35 years of accounting, computer and office management skills to maintain the "background" expertise needed for a fastener warehouse.
The combination of experience complements our business with knowledge and a desire to serve our customers in the best way possible - both with service and cost effectiveness.
Amanda Raymer Daniels has joined our company with an MBA and customer service expertise to assume purchasing duties and to learn the business from the ground up.
The rest of our "company family" consists of Larry Dishman and Vicki Dellinger Rumple, both of whom assume warehouse, deliveries, stock and order pulling duties.
Along with our trained staff, we strive to maintain customer relations that help to streamline industrial needs and establish a business relationship of trust and quality.
We strive to meet customer needs with competitive pricing, well-stocked inventory, quality product and the personal touch missing from so many large corporations today. This has enabled our company to reacquire customers who ventured over to larger companies - only to return because they missed the personal attention and service.