Precision Cable Assemblies opens plant in Monterrey

Precision Cable Assemblies, Inc. (PCA) announced the opening of its newest Harness and Cable manufacturing facility located in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon.

“This new Monterrey location gives PCA and their customer base an additional resource that provides enhanced capacity to support growing demand. Strategically located in close proximity to both a large manufacturing corridor as well as a mature supply base, the facility is positioned to meet the necessary manufacturing efficiencies to achieve challenging cost objectives,” said the company in a press release.

The facility is equipped with new manufacturing tooling for wire processing, terminal application, ultrasonic welding, and component over-molding.

A flexible manufacturing layout and cross trained workforce allows the plant to operate efficiently with a diverse product mix. In addition, the facility is fully integrated into a comprehensive corporate ISO Quality System and SAP Business One ERP system. The amount of investment and jobs created in this endeavor were not disclosed. 

PCA has a corporate sales and engineering support staff at its corporate headquarters in Brookfield, Wisconsin that will assist with design, routing, and component selection for wiring systems. 

The company owns production facilities in Brookfield Wisconsin, Qingdao China and Monterey Mexico, as well as prototype capabilities.

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