Reardon Components, LLC was started as Reardon Associates in January of 1988 as a single man agency selling fastener products in
the New England region. We have been members of MANA since 1989. Presently, Reardon Components, LLC has two outside sales
people concentrating in the following areas of industrial components: Fasteners, Cold Headed Parts, Stampings, Springs, Screw Machine, Castings, Injection Molding and and flexible
components such as gaskets, seals and rubber products.
Reardon Components, LLC is commited to providing levels of service surpassing the expectations of our customers and principals. We
will attain this through product line concentration in industrial components and continued investment in relationships, personnel and systems.
- David A. Reardon -
David founded Reardon Components in 1988 selling industrial components in the
New England region. He has more than 30 years of sales and marketing experience with more than 28 years in the industrial component field. Through his past experience, Dave has gained extensive
industrial process and engineering knowledge that he utilizes in assisting customers. He is experienced in selling fasteners, stampings, fabrications, castings, screw machine products, springs, and flexible
components such as, gaskets, seals and rubber products. Dave has a BS in Management from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
- Mark J. Coakley - Mark joined Reardon Components in 1996 after 9 years selling for a major engineered
fastener and stamping company. He has more than 20 years of sales and marketing experience with industrial components and additional experience with electronic interconnect products and automation
equipment. Mark has sold nationally and throughout the Northeast in a variety of sales and management positions. He has gleaned knowledge of industrial processes and engineering knowledge through his
varied assignments. Mark is experience in selling fasteners, stampings, fabrications, castings, screw machine products, springs and sintered metal products. Mark has a B.S. from the University of New
Hampshire's Whittemore School of Business and Economics.