Fasteners and Class C Component Supply

Falcon supplies fasteners and inventory management services to manufacturers in North and South Carolina, Kentucky, and the surrounding areas.

Charlotte Office

10715 John Price Road
Charlotte, NC 28273

Phone: 800.438.0332

Mobile: 704.588.4740

Mailing Address

P.O. Box 7429 | Charlotte, NC 28241-7429

Phone: 704.588.4740

Fax: 704.588.5753

Kentucky Office

11536 Commonwealth Drive
Louisville, KY 40299

Phone: 502.266.6292

Fax: 502.526.5567

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A member of the Falcon Fastening Solutions, Inc. team will follow up with you within the next business day.  If you have submitted a request for a quote, we may contact you for more information or an engineering drawing.

If you have an urgent request and would like to speak with someone immediately, we are available by phone at 1-800-438-0332 Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time.  If you prefer to contact us by email, please contact with any additional feedback, requests or inquiries.

We look forward to being of service!

Falcon Fastening Solutions, Inc.


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April 16th, 2018|0 Comments

Continuous improvement is only possible if you're actively looking for problems. In fact, auditing is just as crucial to the whole process as planning is to setting up a new kanban system. By frequently giving your attention to the various parts of the process, you will be able to catch problems while they are small...

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April 9th, 2018|0 Comments

The Do stage of the kanban cycle is the actual execution of the system. Tools like kanban cards and kanban boards are used to trigger orders and plan their arrival so that they arrive in time without spending too much time as space-wasting storage...

How Kanban Works: Part 1 of 3 – Kanban Planning

April 2nd, 2018|Comments Off on How Kanban Works: Part 1 of 3 – Kanban Planning

When kanban is properly implemented, efficient part replenishment will happen in a continuous cycle: parts are used, orders are triggered, new parts are delivered on time and then those parts are consumed. The loop only works, though, if all of the particulars of the system are in working order. You can ensure this with a Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) cycle...

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March 26th, 2018|Comments Off on Kanban Bin Trigger Timing: Part 3 of 3 – Mid-Point-1-Card Kanban

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