Cable Assemblies

As part of our experience in delivering complete production kits and PCBAs, we have been working with our customers to specify and manage the manufacture of their cable assemblies for over 20 years. In collaboration with our cable assembly manufacturing partners in the UK and Asia, we have the expertise and flexibility to deliver simple to complex looms and prototypes through to high volumes, all while reducing your costs.

Manufacturing experience

Whatever your requirements, we have the experience to manufacture the cable assemblies you need and deliver production efficiencies for your business. We offer a range of different assemblies, including but not limited to:

  • Simple flat ribbon cable assemblies
  • Complex looms
  • Power leads
  • Bespoke Build
  • Din Rail Assemblies
  • Co-Axial Assemblies
  • Electric Vehicle (EV) charging cables

Our customers are from a wide range of sectors, including:

  • Industrial
  • Consumer
  • Power
  • Automotive
  • Military
  • Medical

Quality

Maintaining the integrity of the supply chain is paramount, and we have designed our processes to give you complete reassurance. As you would expect, we work to industry leading quality standards with full QA control and testing of the finished product. We are accredited with BS EN ISO9001: 2015. In addition, we benefit from the Quality Management Systems developed across the Rebound Group which has accreditation that include AS9120 for the Military and Aerospace markets and ISO13485 for the medical industry.

 

Fully Charged Show - Farnborough May 1st - 3rd

We’re exhibiting at the Fully Charged Show in Farnborough May 1st to May 3rd

It promises to be a superb 3 days , showcasing the latest EV technologies. Delta will be exhibiting and selling  the latest range of Degson EV cables and accessories on the stand.

Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre
Etps Rd
Farnborough
GU14 6FD

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