A Brief History

1983:

John Brady, President of Standard of New England, is introduced to the marine industry by serving aboard the Coast Guard Cutters Alert, Dallas, Maui and Tamaroa.

1988:

John begins his career in the Pipe, Valves & Fittings industry.

1996:

John has an opportunity to purchase the assets of a failing business and decides to take on the challenge.  Forging our own path, that old company was methodically replaced with a new business model and plan which has become Standard of New England, LLC.

 

2001:

Standard of New England purchases land and builds a new company headquarters at our current location.

2006:

Establishes our Manufacturer’s Rep Division for expansion joints.

2008-2010:

Navigates the recession and the “new normal” post-recession business conditions with strengthened customer and vendor partnerships.

2013:

After working in the business for twelve years Julie Brady joins the Company as a managing partner, overseeing the bath and kitchen sales showroom (Portsmouth Bath Company) as well as the HR, Marketing, and Accounting Departments.

2017:

Establishes our Fusion Tool Division offering tools for rent and for purchase.

2020:

COVID-19 gives us another challenge, but also new opportunities to prove our worth in supporting our customers and vendors.

Ongoing:

Reevaluations and upgrades to our processes and procedures to enhance the value we provide to our customers. Continuous education and learning.

1983:  John Brady, President of Standard of New England, is introduced to the marine industry by serving aboard the Coast Guard Cutters Alert, Dallas, Maui and Tamaroa.

1988:  John begins his career in the Pipe, Valves & Fittings industry.

1996:  John has an opportunity to purchase the assets of a failing business and decides to take on the challenge.  Forging our own path, that old company was methodically replaced with a new business model and plan which has become Standard of New England, LLC.

2001:  Standard of New England purchases land and builds a new company headquarters at our current location.

2006:  Establishes our Manufacturer’s Rep Division for expansion joints.

2008-2010:  Navigates the recession and the “new normal” post-recession business conditions with strengthened customer and vendor partnerships.

2013:  After working in the business for twelve years Julie Brady joins the Company as a managing partner, overseeing the bath and kitchen sales showroom (Portsmouth Bath Company) as well as the HR, Marketing, and Accounting Departments.

2017:  Establishes our Fusion Tool Division offering tools for rent and for purchase.

2020-  :  COVID-19 gives us another challenge, but also new opportunities to prove our worth in supporting our customers and vendors.

Ongoing:  Reevaluations and upgrades to our processes and procedures to enhance the value we provide to our customers. Continuous education and learning.

WHILE OTHERS STRIVE TO BE THE BIGGEST, WE STRIVE TO BE THE BEST:
STANDARD OF NEW ENGLAND.

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