WireMasters and TE Connectivity Aerospace, Defense & Marine Unit Sign Agreement
TE Connectivity (TE) announced a regional distribution agreement with WireMasters Inc., of Columbia, Tenn. This new relationship will increase product accessibility to customers throughout North, Central, and South Americas and improve customer service and delivery.
“We are excited to bring on WireMasters as a wire and cable (W&C) distributor to provide quick-turn supply of TE W&C products to our North and South American customer base,” said Mark Sawyer, director of product management, TE Connectivity, Global Aerospace, Defense & Marine. “WireMasters’ credibility and reputation for high-quality service makes this an exciting opportunity for both companies. We’re looking forward to delivering an extraordinary customer experience in this market.”
In addition to its current product offering, WireMasters will now stock TE’s SPEC 55 cross-linked ETFE/specified to Boeing Specification standard BMS13-48, Electroloss FilterLine cables, High-Speed Data Cables, SPEC 44 cross-linked PVDF (polyvinylidene difluoride), and custom-designed EPD cables.
“Adding TE’s product line to our inventory is a huge strategic milestone for our company,” said David Hill, president and CEO of WireMasters. “As we continue to grow, we strive daily to enhance our customers’ satisfaction. Adding TE is a significant step towards that goal. This is just one of multiple enhancements customers can expect from WireMasters.”
As an AS9100 Rev. C and ISO 9001:2008-certified company, WireMasters has experienced consistent growth throughout the aerospace industry. By establishing its agreement with TE Connectivity and recently expanding operations to Mesa, Ariz., WireMasters continues to grow and serve its customers.
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