Through constant expansion of its production portfolio; consistently investing in its tooling; and establishing new offices around the world; Gecko Fastener has been able to establish itself as a key supplier for plastic fasteners.
Gecko Fastener Co was originally founded as a trading company in 1986. However, through the rapid growth in the demand for plastic fasteners, the company decided to grab the opportunity to transform into a plastic fastener manufacturer in the 1990s.
Through its quality products and reliable service, Gecko Fastener has gained the trust and cooperation of its customers for a wide range of products including circuit board supports, rivets, screws, washers, nuts, feet, damper, rotary damper, LED spacers, cable management, automotive and metal spacers.
“We are a developer and producer of small, essential components and can provide customised tool design, injection moulding, product design and professional consulting,” states Henry Wu (above left), CEO at Gecko Fastener. “We maintain a high volume of stocks on numerous products to ensure a reliable supply to our customers. We also consistently invest in our tooling and make varieties of moulds to increase our product range. Our development department regularly introduces new products to the market.”
Johann Nitsch, GM Europe & USA (above right) at Gecko Fastener, adds: “Predominately we focus on a variety of applications that require ‘made to order’ products, fasteners for industrial production, consumer products production, as well as the automotive industry, in Asia, the USA and Europe. Thanks to our core value of supplying high-quality products – which is guaranteed through several international standards including IATF 16949, ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 – we can provide the product solutions customers need.”
Despite the pandemic, Gecko Fastener has still looked to expand its sales reach, by setting up offices in Spain, Taiwan and the Philippines. “We provide a reliable supply chain for our products with reasonable prices, as well as any necessary support and service to our customers,” concludes Henry Wu. “The new sales offices will enable us to provide more frequent, faster and on time support and supply to our customers, as well as maintain close relationships with our customers.”
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