ABOUT CTW INC.
Founded in 1977, CTW has grown into a major supplier of Quality Industrial and Transportation products nationwide. CTW stocks and sells only the best quality products to ensure customer satisfaction. Our salesmen can offer “To Your Door” service for most popular parts and our brand new 50,000 sq ft central warehouse ensures most orders ship the same day. We strive to give you prompt delivery to keep your business moving.
Through the dedication of our employees to serve our customers, we are committed to being more efficient than ever before. From our early days of notepads, pay phones and pagers, to handheld Internet connected tablets, we are committed to service and delivery.
We appreciate your business. CTW will provide you with the highest level of service and top quality products to keep your fleet, equipment or facility operating at its best.
CTW participates in helping those in need, in our community, and around the world. A portion of every sale goes to provide funding or materials to those who need it most. We are proud to partner with the Salvation Army of Central Indiana, The Refuge in Greenwood, and Adopt a Well with Appointment Congo in Africa.
A portion of CTW sales and employee contributions provide Christmas gifts, clothing, and literature to children of families in need. Every year, children are thrilled with gifts they were not anticipating.
A portion of all CTW sales goes to provide food items, clothing, and counseling to families in Greenwood. Every year, CTW provides hundreds of canned food items for distribution to those that are hungry.
Through Appointment Congo, CTW provides a portion of all sales to fund the Adopt-A-Well project in the Congo. These wells provide clean drinking water to villages where the women would have to carry water to their homes all day, every day. Not only very hard labor, but their drinking water was the same water they use to bathe and share with wildlife. These wells now provide pure clean drinking water. Contaminated water was the single most prevalent cause of infant mortality.