Among other things, the deal gives Neutrik Americas a U.S. manufacturing capability.
“Neutrik’s efforts to expand into new markets is enhanced by the acquisition of MCC. The Neutrik Group’s expertise as a manufacturer of connectivity solutions is now augmented by MCC’s leadership,” it stated. “This new level of shared knowledge and experience is expected to elevate Neutrik Americas’ ability to diversify.”
Neutrik Americas is part of the Neutrik Group. The announcement was made by Neutrik Americas President Peter Milbery and Major Custom Cable President Clark Hurrell.
MCC has been both a customer and supplier of Neutrik in the past. “For more than a decade, Neutrik has pushed to expand into new markets with our ruggedized copper- and fiber-based locking, circular connectors,” Milbery said in the announcement. “The acquisition of MCC will help us accelerate this push to diversify into new markets. We are thrilled that we will now have U.S. based manufacturing in addition to our existing global manufacturing capabilities.”
Neutrik Group is based in Liechenstein; its Americas operation is headquartered in Charlotte, N.C.
Major Custom Cable was founded in 1990 and is based in Missouri, where it has an ISO 9001 registered facility with more than 50,000 square feet of manufacturing and warehousing space, according to its website.
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