Western Canada’s Largest Bolt Manufacturer Producing Quality Canadian Made Products
Pacific Bolt is a manufacturer of large construction fasteners from 1/2” diameter through 3″ diameter. Over the years Pacific Bolt Manufacturing has been supplying Western Canadian companies with their bolt requirements whether it’s 2” long or 20 feet long, we can make it in a fast and economical way. Pacific Bolt Manufacturing has grown to become one of the largest manufacturers of steel fasteners in Western Canada and now stocks 1/2″, 5/8”, 3/4″ & 1” 1-1/4″ 1-1/2″ 2″ 2-1/4″ 2-1/2″ 2-3/4″, 3″ Hex & Econo bolts, select anchor bolt products, nuts and washers in both black and galvanized. Pacific Bolt supplies its products to a number of different industries, some of which are: marine, pre-cast concrete, railroad, electrical & hydro contractors, steel fabrication and bridge builders.
Our goal is providing solutions and helping our clients excel.
Pacific Bolt developes partnerships with our Customers, Suppliers, and Industries improving the Community and the world we live in.
REASONS TO CHOOSE OUR FASTENERS
With our large production and warehousing facilities located in New Westminster, British Columbia. We have the ability to provide same day deliveries on stock items or in the case of an emergency, manufacture product overnight and have it ready for your crews in the morning. Our goal is to keep your project on time and we take great pride in working with our customers to meet their requirements. With our experienced team and years of knowledge we can provide sales and technical support, making sure the job is done correctly the first time!
• Made from domestic quality steel
• We provide support after purchase
• We have a large network of distributors
• We stock and ship fasteners daily
We have been providing solutions for over 50 years, Pacific Bolt has worked on and supplied almost every major project in Western Canada and can recommended products to your team.
Over the years Pacific Bolt has been involved in numerous projects, which do not involve fasteners. Many of these projects have been for BC’s Film Industry as they appreciate the “old style factory look”. One of our more memorable projects was a Blue Cross Commercial which filmed over a 14 hour period in 2009. The goal of the commercial was to show the importance of insurance. Although they made it look like we run an unsafe operation, it was all part of the “magic of film” as we take great pride in running a safe operation.
Pacific Bolt manufacturing believes in building long lasting partnerships. We realize for us to be successful, we need our customers and suppliers to be successful.
We believe in building relationships with companies and individuals that have similar values to ours: safety, integrity, customer commitment, continuous improvement, quality, team work, industry and community involvement. These values got us to where we are today and will help us to continue to grow into the future.
As part of our commitment to improving, we try to share our knowledge of fasteners, bolting, and steel back to the industries, colleagues, and universities that support us. Through open houses, meet and greets, and lectures we believe teaching grows and strengthens the steel industry, which creates more local manufacturing, engineering and construction jobs.
Pacific Bolt has a long history of manufacturing and has helped build Vancouver and the province of British Columbia into what it is now. Around the turn of century Pacific Bolt began making bolts and rivets on the banks of False Creek in an area today known as Granville Island. Though the 1910’s 1920’s Pacific Bolt supplied products to build Vancouver from what was a few houses and saw mills into a city. In these early days it became apparent that for Pacific Bolt and Burrard Rivet to continue to manufacture and supply products, a steel mill would be needed, so Vancouver Rolling Mill came to life.
In the 1930’s and 1940’s manufacturing on False Creek was in its hayday, and with some of the largest ship building yards on the West Coast in the Vancouver area. This was a busy time for Pacific Bolt and its sister companies supplying bolts and steel for both merchant and naval ships. Although times were good, the False Creek industrial area continued to be plagued with massive fires. These fires raced through the timber builds which housed most of the manufacturing operations and once hit by fire, most did not rebuild.
One evening in 1955, Pacific Bolt like other companies on Granville Island, was hit by a fire which destroyed a major part of its factory. This fire meant the start of an era for Pacific Bolt, and work began on a new facility at Marine Drive on the south side of Vancouver.
During this time Pacific Bolt became a division of Western Canada Steel, which along with the bolt division, also owned a scrap division and rolling mill on Mitchell Island in Vancouver. In the late 1980’s, after some years of labour unrest, Western Canada Steel closed its doors, ending steel making in British Columbia.
In 1988 Pacific Bolt Ltd. was reborn with some of the equipment and staff from the old Western Canada Steel operation; Pacific Bolt began manufacturing again at its current location in New Westminster, B.C. At first times were hard, but with time Pacific Bolt grew and now has become the largest Bolt Manufacturer in Western Canada.
|Company Name||Pacific Bolt Manufacturing Ltd.|
|Address||5250 272 St|
|Hours of Operation||Sales - Monday -Friday: 7:00 AM - 4:30 PM | Shipping - Monday – Thursday: 7:00 AM – 11:00 PM | Friday: 7:00 AM – 3:30 PM|