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If you are looking to reach wire and cable processors, distributors and users, the Wire Harness & Cable Connector is for you. The “magazine in a magazine” section is directed specifically to your best customers and prospects. This targeted section within the world’s most respected wire and cable industry publication delivers a focused selling tool to the wire and cable processor, distributor and end-user. Wire Harness & Cable Connector circulation includes over 10,000 worldwide Wire Harness & Cable Technology International subscribers plus bonus distribution to Wire Processing Technology Expo and ATExpo (Wire Processor) show registration lists.

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Recent WHCC Articles

Turning Recycling into Circularity

In the 1960s, with no environmental requirements, nor regulations, NKT A/S, located in Brøndby, Denmark, pioneered the first methods to recycle cable scrap. And for more than 50 years has developed best practice processes for cable scrap recycling. And the legacy of cable scrap recycling continues at NKT to this day, ensuring the re-use of materials along with the sustainable disposal of nonrecyclable cable components.
The need for recycling of production scrap from power cables has increased steadily over the years, reflecting our society’s increased focus on re-use of the resources

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WHCC News & Info

News compiled from the May/June issue of Wire Harness & Cable Connector.

WHMA/IPC Announce Dates for M-EXPO 2022

The fourth M-EXPO Wire Processing Technology exhibition (M-EXPO) will be held in Ciudad Juárez,
Chihuahua, Mexico September 21-22, 2022. Due to ongoing COVID-19 health and welfare concerns, the
event will not be held in 2021

Webinar Explores Wire Harness Assembly in Mexico

Hourly direct labor rates can be as low as $2.30 per hour in Mexico, according to Entrada Group, which is co-hosting a webinar with Wire & Cable Technology International (WCTI) magazine on May 12, 2021. “This makes Mexico the most cost-competitive location in the Americas for wire harness assembly,” according to Entrada, which has more than two decades experience guiding wire harness-makers in setting up and running their own operation in Mexico

Artificial Intelligence in Thermal Rating to Improve Monitoring of HV Power Cables

by Florian Ainhirn – Graz University of Technology The calculation of the thermal load capacity for stationary and cyclical loads

WHMA’s Virtual Event: An Immense Success

This year, Wiring Harness Manufacturer’s Association (WHMA) held its first “Virtual Event” on February 17, 2021, from 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM CST, which was an overwhelming success.

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