Simpson Strong-Tie

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Company Background

The Simpson Company was founded in Oakland, California in 1914 and has been manufacturing timber-to-timber and timber-to-masonry connectors since 1956. Since then, Simpson Strong-Tie Company Inc has grown to be the world's largest manufacturer of our type of connectors.

In 1994 Simpson Strong-Tie established their European Operations which have progressively grown and were further strengthened by acquisition of BMF in 2001. Simpson Strong-Tie now has manufacturing and distribution facilities in
UK, Denmark and France with sales and distribution throughout Europe.

Simpson Strong-Tie invest in excess of £1 million in Research and Development every year. Using the latest design tools and techniques, it means that they consistently come up with the most advanced and innovative products which answer real customer needs. Their 'Value Engineering' approach means you get quality products for the lowest installed cost at highest rated performance.

Simpson Strong-Tie is ISO 9001:2000 registered which ensures you can count on the consistent quality of their products and services.
They were the first timber connector company to achieve BM TRADA Q-Mark Certification, an independent third party assessment and assurance of tested performance and manufacturing control systems.

The product range is comprehensive, covering a large variety of wall ties,  joist hangers, fixings, connectors, anchors, flanges, truss and retaining clips, timber fasteners, brackets, angles, post bases, post caps, joint and arch formers, beads, straps.

The Simpson Strong-Tie website contains a full product catalogue that is available to download.

Contact Information

Customer Service Manager
Simpson Strong-Tie
Winchester Road
Cardinal Point
Staffordshire B78 3HG

Tel: 01827 255 600
Fax: 01827 255 616
[email protected]

Source: Simpson Strong-Tie

             September 2003

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