The Paige story originally began in Newark, NJ and is an embodiment of leadership done right. The Paige founding partners and a team of experts led the company from humble beginnings—when sales were booked by phone and drop-shipped all over the country—to an industry leader with more than 200 employees.
Our expert team is celebrated for impeccable customer service and a track record of proven success. For more than 60 years, Paige has been shaped by its employees who continue to grow the legacy.
To be the most respected corporation for our peerless customer service, cutting edge engineering, and industry wisdom that guides our clients to decisions that make positive impacts on their bottom line. And we deliver it with integrity, honesty, and quality that can’t be matched.
From the warehouse to the board room and throughout each division, our owner-employees act as leaders every day. Our CEO, Brandon Nagler joined Paige in 2016 and is supported by a Board of Directors who have each been with Paige for an average of 30 years! We enjoy a combined 175+ years of experience at Paige represented by Jim Coleman, Julie Bushell, Joe Bigio, Jim Coffey, Joe DiRienzo, Bob Niedbalski and Roxanne Tobia.
Across the globe, you’ll find Paige customer facing employees leading the way as subject matter experts in a variety of fields. Behind the scenes we’re lucky to have internal leaders striving for excellence in every department. We’ve built a reputation of being customer obsessed. As we build upon the legacy that began in 1958 and look at the exciting future ahead, we thank you for being part of our story.
We are all in this together. From innovative, recyclable wire and cable packaging to diverting waste from landfills, we work hard to develop sustainable solutions and practices that will make our future brighter.
Paige has developed a new packaging—a fully recyclable, zero-waste cardboard box—designed to reduce environmental waste. This solution has saved 3,000,000 lbs of waste from heading to a landfill and 10,000 trees from being cut down.
Paige has moved to low-smoke, zero halogen (LSZH) construction of cable to replace plastic compound PVC, typically used for the production of wire and cable. This eliminates a ton of chlorine that enters into the environment during production.
Our team has come up with a smart cardboard box design that has reduced the amount of cardboard needed to produce our boxes by 30%. We are all about less waste and more efficiencies.