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Stanley Black & Decker Corporate Office Address

Stanley Black & Decker
1000 Stanley Drive
New Britain, CT 06053

Contact Stanley Black & Decker

Phone Number: (860) 225-5111
Fax Number: (860) 827-3895
Website: http://www.stanleyblackanddecker.com
Email: Email Stanley Black & Decker

Stanley Black & Decker Facts

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Stanley Black & Decker Executives

CEO: John F. Lundgren
CFO: Donald Allan Jr.
COO: James M. Loree

Stanley Black & Decker History

The Stanley Works was formed by the 1920 merger of Stanley’s Bolt Manufacturer and Stanley Rule and Level Company.

In 1937 the company expanded internationally when it acquired J.A. Chapman of Sheffield, England. The company has continued to grow the national and international acquisitions.

In 2009 The Stanley Works merged with Black & Decker to create the new company Stanley Black & Decker.

Today Stanley Black & Decker is a top US toolmaker, producing power tools, pneumatic tools, hydraulic tools, and mechanics tools under the brands Dustbuster, Pfister, Kwikset, Bostitch, Mac Tools, DEWALT, Stanley, and Black & Decker.

Stanley Black & Decker trades publicly on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol SWK, is a member of the S&P 500, is #255 in the Fortune 500, has 50,700 employees, and had $11.34 billion in revenue in 2013.

Stanley Black & Decker FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for Stanley Black & Decker ?
Answer 1: The phone number for Stanley Black & Decker is (860) 225-5111.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Stanley Black & Decker ?
Answer 2: The CEO of Stanley Black & Decker is John F. Lundgren.

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Howell Lee Davis January 9, 2018 at 11:13 am

9 January, 2018
Please contact me regarding Historic Stanley Master Carpenter Tool Chest Mid- 1800s.
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Thank You,

Howell Lee Davis.

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Howell Lee Davis January 9, 2018 at 11:04 am

Attention: James M. Loree, Chief Operating Officer January 9, 2018
Stanley Black & Decker Corporation
Reference c. 1843 (or there-abouts) Stanley Master Carpenter Tool Chest
[ORIGINAL PRISTINE CONDITION, LOCATION: SALISBURY N. CAROLINA]
Pictures upon request

Mr. Loree,

I have in my possession a Master Carpenter Stanley Tool Chest, verified by it’s original patina, style, condition, hardware, & impeccable sturdy & stylish design, to be absolutely very Early Vintage Stanley, unquestionably, c. Mid- 1800s.
[Howell Lee Davis, International Society of Appraisers Member, Since 1992, Antiquities]

Based upon my research this chest could date back to as early as the time of your Original Founder Frederick T. Stanley, c.1843.. Obtaining Provenance has been very difficult because I can find no other like it in any archival references. Five (5) Tool Experts have attested that they have never seen one as historically early or even built similar to it.
There are no pictures of it on the internet. There are no chests of this historic caliber or magnitude offered on E-Bay. Librarys do not seem to show one in tool/ furniture history archives. Perhaps your Corporate Historian would know more than I.

This tool chest is in pristine useful condition & wouldd be curiously wondrous on display at Corporate Headquarters. It could set in the Visitors\’s Lobby for all to see. It could be used in advertising. It is, perhaps, one-of-a-kind, yet completely useful today, after approximately 175 years of probable daily use in it’s time. The man who used it no doubt earned his daily bread from using it’s contents & it was probably handed down father to son; Master to Apprentice. It came to me via @ public auction from the estate of a 90+ year old deceased widow as it was her late husbands who may have acquired it used or handed down from a family member. I don’t know.
The chest is a rare historic American History Gem. I can download photos. It weighs over 200# & retains it’s structural integrity with fine mitered joints, beveled cornices, 26 brass helmet head wood screws on top. The Stanley Hinges & .folding Drop Handles are authentic & original.

Please have someone contact me if you feel that the chest would have a place in your Stanley Corporate Tool Display.
IMPORTANT: If I do not hear from anyone from Stanley I will assume your company has no interest in it. I will then sell it @ Cyber-Public Auction in open bidding on the World-Wide Tool & Antiquities Market.

Thank you for your consideration.

Sincerely,
Howell Davis, American Historian
336.402.XXXX
704.633.XXXX
email: howell_davis@ yahoo.com

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James Bachard January 28, 2017 at 7:55 pm

Please confirm my email and reply

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James Bachard January 28, 2017 at 7:53 pm

I’m attempting to purchase “Garage Cabinets ”
However I cannot find a store that has inventory
Although they claim on line they are a Stanley product retailer
Please help find ad purchase the products I’m seeking
Thank you
Jim Bachard

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