San Jose, Calif., January 20, 2014 – Amphenol DC Electronics (ADCE), a division of Amphenol Industrial Global Operations Group (NYSE: APH) today announced the addition of two (2) new, state of the art 28 Ton ARBURG Allrounders. “This new equipment demonstrates our commitment to investing in our business by improving our capabilities through better technology,” said General Manager Ruben Macias Jr. “The Arburgs allow us to manufacture products with more precision and speed as well as less waste.” Each ADCE facility (San Jose, CA and Nogales, MX) had identical Allrounders installed earlier this month. “Because we have the same technology in both facilities it makes project transitions from San Jose to Nogales more efficient,” noted Director of Manufacturing Operations Patrick Clow. “Once we develop the process of record in San Jose, we are confident that the transition to Nogales will go smoothly because the product will be built on the same machine and at the exact same settings.”
About Amphenol DC Electronics (ADCE)
ADCE (Amphenol DC Electronics) specializes in the design, engineering and manufacturing of custom wire harnesses, cable assemblies and related sub-assemblies. Founded in 1979, ADCE built a reputation of uncompromising quality, innovation and delivery excellence that is second to none. As an Amphenol company (NYSE: APH), that foundation has been reinforced and expanded like never before. Servicing our diverse customers worldwide from our state of the art manufacturing facilities in Silicon Valley and Nogales Mexico, ADCE is now a Global wire harness and cable assembly leader with access to expertise and resources on six continents.
About Amphenol Industrial Global Operations Group
Amphenol Industrial Global Operations is a division of Amphenol Corporation, Wallingford, CT, one of the largest manufacturers of interconnect products in the world, with 2013 sales exceeding $4.5 billion.
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