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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.
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:
iciency through extended functionality in connector handling, 3D control cabinet design and component database as well as API extensions enabling
the creation of user-defined add-on programs and interfaces.
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.
Taking heavy-gauge wire processing to the next level, the powerful and versatile Artos CS-370 from Komax cuts and strips thicker and shorter wires than ever before. The new powerful Artos CS-370 cuts and strips wires with an outer diameter of up to 35 mm and across section of 300 mm2.
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