Get your cable assemblies from an industry leader with 75 years of experienceMay 31, 2017 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Bergen Cable has a strong reputation as the go-to source for high-quality wire rope and cable assemblies. That reputation has been well earned, as the company has proven its capabilities over the last 75 years. It has gained experience building custom assemblies for a wide range of safety-critical applications, ranging from aircraft controls to surgical devices. Along the way, the company has also pioneered revolutionary solutions, worked with many leading companies, and earned numerous awards for quality.
A history of innovation
Bergen Cable was founded in 1942, which makes it the longest running wire rope and cable assembly company currently in operation. Over the last 75 years, the company has worked with customers around the world in many industries, from aerospace and transportation to medical and defence, to find innovative solutions to their unique challenges.
An example of Bergen Cable's innovative solutions is Safety Cable, which it developed in 1987 working with GE Aircraft Engines. Back then, lockwire was the standard solution for securing fasteners in aircraft engines. The problem was that lockwiring is a difficult and time-consuming process. Bergen's Safety Cable streamlined fastener retention, reducing installation time by 50 per cent, while also improving quality and lowering costs. This more efficient and easier-to-use solution was quickly recognized as the best option available, and still is today.
The company has earned awards and praise for the high quality of its products and services. For instance, it has won six awards through the Boeing Performance Excellence Award program, which Boeing uses to recognize exceptional suppliers.
This long history has led Bergen Cable to be recognized for unparalleled expertise, exceptional customer service, and the high value offered by its solutions. To learn more, contact Bergen Cable.