WHMA Recognition Awards Recipients

The Wiring Harness Manufacturers Association (WHMA) offers recognition awards each year to honor the accomplishments, leadership and contributions of professionals working in the wire harness and cable assembly industry. These awards were distributed at the WHMA Annual Wire Harness Conference
and the Electrical Wire Processing Technology Expo (EWPTE). The first two awards, WHMA Hall of Fame and two WHMA Volunteer Excellence Awards, were presented at WHMA’s 29th Annual Wire Harness Conference on February 16, 2022.

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Closer Is Better: Onsite Mexico Manufacturing Training Program

The manufacturing labor force in the USA will have 2.4 million jobs to fill by 2028, according to The Manufacturing Institute. Mexico provides wire harness manufacturers a strong alternative with youthful, cost-competitive labor. Without a commitment to ongoing professional development and continuous improvement, however, Mexico’s workforce will fall behind.

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Inside a Mexico Manufacturing Wire Harness Operation

Mexico Manufacturing Tour Attracts Wire Harness Executives, Company Owners
What would draw several American executives and owners of wire harness-producing companies to take a full day out of running their business and venture down to a Mexico Manufacturing facility? Answer: An acute need for cost-competitive labor. This article takes an inside look at what these VIP visitors witnessed when they toured Entrada Group’s Mexico manufacturing campus.

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Innovative, High-Voltage Shielded Cable Designed for Electric Vehicles’ Architecture

COFICAB, a worldwide leader in the design, manufacturing and sales of innovative wires and cables, presents e-COF POWER+. This innovative cable, a part of the e-COF brand, was specially designed to meet the international standards for Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs) and Plug-In-Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs). The e-COF POWER+ incorporates the use of two different insulation materials, that ensure:

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Case Study: RFID Tracking Solution

First Electronics had a challenge with visibility in its production line. Jobs were being tracked manually in the organization. And once a job went into the production line and through the 15 process areas, there was very little, to no visibility, in regards to its location and status. This was creating major problems for management and the customer support team.

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